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Covid -19 testing for ministers and other church workers

 

4 May - 10am

Testing now available
Ministers and other church workers who are showing symptoms can now be tested for Covid-19 either through a home based test or at one of 48 testing centres across the UK.

For information on whether you and those who live in your household qualify for a test please go to the government’s testing information page.

Timing of a test
You need to get the test done in the first 5 days of having symptoms.  It’s best to apply for the test in the first 3 days as it may take 1 or 2 days to arrange.

You might not get a test if you apply - it depends how many tests are available in your area.

Booking in
To book in for a test, please use the self testing portal.
 
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