Where can I go for a coronavirus test in Suffolk this week?

Antibody tests have been carried out on medical staff, patients and staff such as military personnel

Antibody tests have been carried out on medical staff, patients and staff such as military personnel to detect anyone who has previously had the Covid-19 Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN - Credit: Archant

Covid-19 mobile test centres can be reached across Suffolk – find out when a centre will be coming to your town or village.

Testing centres, mobilised by the Ministry of Defence alongside with the Suffolk Resilience Forum, have been running alongside the main testing facility at Copdock Park and Ride for the past few weeks.

The centre at the Copdock Park and Ride is open every day, 8am-7pm, and tests can be booked on the UK government website.

Those considered ‘essential workers’ can apply for a priority testing kit, and some people may be eligible for a home testing kit.

Anyone who has symptoms of coronavirus – a new, continuous cough, high temperature or a loss or change to your sense of smell and taste – should apply for a test and begin self-isolating for seven days or until they receive their test results.

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Where can I get tested this week?

Beccles: Beccles Hospital, NR34 9NQ

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