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  1. You may be reading it wrong. It clearly says the test and a separate fit to fly certificate both within 72 hours of departure. That has been the regulation since the beginning and has never changed: see below from the London Embassy Website: 3. Fit to Fly health certificate, issued within 72 hours before departure – this is a statement by a doctor that you are free from symptoms and fit to fly (must be separate from COVID test) 4. COVID-19 test result with a laboratory result indicating that COVID -19 is not detected (COVID test must be by RT-PCR method), issued within
  2. I think the requirement is the TEST date\time has to be no more than 72 hours before departure, not the certificate date. The certificate date is not what is checked so if your test was done more than 72 hours before departure you may very well get stopped from boarding. I don't think there is any wiggle room in that requirement. You may want to grab another test quickly if you can. I'm guessing you also have a fit to fly certificate also done within 72 hours of flying???? That's also part of the requirement. You may have read the regs incorrectly as that rule has always been no more than 72 h
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