Need to get tested? Here are locations which offer rapid antigen tests

Jan 6 2021 Share

With COVID-19 cases reaching astonishing numbers less than one week into 2021, it is important to remain vigilant, follow measures issued by the health authorities and get tested when need be.

With that said, here are a number of locations from where you can book yourself a rapid antigen tests and get results quickly.


  • Brown’s

Malta’s largest retail pharmacy group has joined forces with HSE Laboratories to offer a number of COVID-19 tests, which include Rapid Antigen Tests which provide results within around 1 hour.

The tests cost €35 and are performed in specifically-designated centres by fully-equipped personnel. Appointments can be booked from the Brown’s mobile app and for any queries you can call 215252.

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Brown’s also offer the gold-standard RT-PCR Tests at €140, which are appropriate for anyone who has been in contact with a symptomatic person or who is travelling abroad. They also offer Saliva Tests at €100 which is a less-invasive test and provides results  within around 2 hours.


  • Rapid Screening Malta

Rapid Screening Malta are offering rapid antigen tests with results sent out by e-mail within 15 minutes – and what’s better is that they are offering group rates at discounted prices.

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The tests are being distributed by ROCHE, one of the world’s leading companies in biotech and are also recommend by the World Health Organisation (WHO).

Appointments can be booked online via their website and any queries or issues can be solved by getting in touch with them via email or their respective social media pages.


  • 3. Public Health Services

Apart from standard swab tests being provided in the public health centres around Malta and Gozo, Boffa Hospital and the Xewkija Testing Centre in Gozo are also offering the opportunity of Rapid Antigen Tests for no cost whatsoever.

Appointments can be booked by calling the Public Health Helpline on 111 or +356 21324086 for foreign numbers, where operators will take your personal details and send out an appointment within minutes. One can also register online at https://covidtest.gov.mt


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Feeling any symptoms? Rapid antigen tests with results with 15 minutes

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2021 is here and countries across Europe have reported a surge in COVID-19 cases. If you’re feeling any symptoms or just want to put your mind to rest, Rapid Screening Malta have got you covered with rapid tests and immediate results.

Rapid Screening Malta are providing rapid antigen tests with results within 15 minutes, also offering group rates at discounted prices!

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The tests are being distributed by one of the world’s leading biotech companies, ROCHE, and can be booked online with results being sent out by email within 15 minutes.

Put your mind to rest, keep your loved ones safe and get tested with Rapid Screening Malta!


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Church schools to shift to online learning for next few days

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It was reported that the measure may be extended up until Wednesday 13th January if the trend persists and numbers remain high until Sunday 10th January.

The decision was taken in the best interests of the staff and students and family members’ health and safety and while being a precautionary measure, it will prevent individuals and groups from being sent into quarantine while maintaining educational progress.


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