University Testing Service: a year in review


August 24th, 2021

The university-funded UoN Asymptomatic Covid-19 Testing Service has been a huge success since its launch in September 2020, with more than 80,000 student and staff tests carried out by a team of 25 core team members and 80 student helpers.

Since the initial pilot in halls back in September, it now has a number of testing sites on all campuses where huge amounts of staff and students are getting tested every week.

In the year in review video, we take a look at the evolution of the testing service, from when it first launched to where it is now – and discover how far it has come. Watch below:

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