Cheap PCR tests are advertised for less than £1. But are they a scam?

Day 2 PCR tests are being advertised on the UK government’s list of approved providers for as little as 95p (€1.12).

The average price for a test is around £75-100 (€88.50-€118). So is this offer too good to be true?

From 4am on November 30th, new travel rules mean that before travelling to England, passengers must book and pay for a PCR test. You have to book one with a provider listed on the UK government website and take it before the end of your second day in the country. You must self-isolate in your home or the place you are staying until you have received a negative result.

But some

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