September 25th, 2020
A new coronavirus test centre will open at University Park next week as part of a pilot for new walk-through sites accessible on foot or bike.
Tests still need to be booked by either ringing 119 or booking via the NHS website.
Anyone with symptoms of coronavirus, however mild, can get a free swab test that takes less than a minute.
The main symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) are:
The new site is hosted by the University of Nottingham, in the grounds of the Visitor Car Park. It is designed for people to access either on foot or bike, not by car and therefore parking will not be available.
Those being tested will be required to follow public health measures, including social distancing, not travelling by taxi or public transport, practising good personal hygiene and wearing a face covering throughout (including travelling to and from the testing centre).
Testing at the new site will start from Monday 28 September and the facility will be open to staff, students as well as members of the local community.
A further walk-through site is being planned for the University’s Jubilee Campus and is set to open in October.
You can find a Campus Map here for reference.
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