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Report your result after using a COVID-19 rapid lateral flow test. Find out what your result means and what you must do.
Choose a drive-through or walk-through test centre for a quick test, or order a home test kit.
Find a local council rapid lateral flow test site if you do not have coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms.
How to get tested for coronavirus (COVID-19)
Log lateral flow test results from coronavirus test sites.
Applying for your free Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC) or European Health Insurance Card (EHIC): who can apply and where you can use them.
Family doctor services registration form
Find out how internet scams work and what to be aware of - misleading websites, report website fraud, suspicious communication and phishing
NHS Business Services Authority contact number for ordering prepaid prescriptions for 3 or 12 months at a cheaper rate than single prescriptions
Check if you can get free NHS prescriptions, dental treatment or eye tests - or help with other NHS costs
If you have a long-term mental health condition you may be considered disabled under the Equality Act 2010
Healthy Start is a voucher scheme for women who have young children or who are pregnant and receiving benefits - what you'll get, eligibility and applying
NHS bursary and grants for medicine, dentistry and healthcare courses
Get a refund of the immigration health surcharge (IHS) if you work in health and care - eligibility, what you’ll get and how to apply.
Get advice and support for carers and the people they care for - telephone, email, opening hours, website
Resources for local authorities to support their roles as supervisory bodies for the Mental Capacity Act Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS).
The law on smoking in the workplace and what businesses must do to prevent smoking at work
What happens when a child is taken into care - who is responsible for what, care proceedings, care orders, going to court and the role of Cafcass
If you're a sperm donor, you could be the legal parent of any child that is born
Admission forms (A1 to A11) for use in connection with compulsory admission to hospital under the Mental Health Act 1983.
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