Rapid result Covid-19 testing for key front-line staff at new community testing sites

This testing is for anyone who works directly with/supports adults and who doesn’t have coronavirus symptoms. This test is now also open to people living in supported living settings and people attending day services.
covid testing

Front-line workers, volunteers and carers can now attend twice weekly rapid result   COVID-19 tests at one of Kingston’s new Community Testing sites. 

The test takes about 10 minutes and provides a result in 30 minutes. Details of the current  testing sites are: 

Kingston University, Main Building, Penrhyn Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, KT1 2EE

Dates: Monday - Friday 9.30 - 5pm and Saturday/Sunday 12.30 - 5pm

Book your test day and time here:  Rapid Test Booking and Consent form

Chessington Sports Centre, Garrison Lane, Chessington, KT9 2JS

Dates: Weekdays 10am - 5pm

Book your test day and time here: Rapid Test Booking and Consent form

People will need to make their own way to the test sites and travel in a Covid secure way.

Further advice and guidance

Latest Government Guidance: Here is the new stay at home guidance

Care home guidance is here. Care home visits still taking place with substantial screens, visiting pods, or behind windows unless an outbreak.

Gov guidance for Supported living has also now been updated with the new national lockdown.

Easy read resources
NWTDT / Pathways have made a video about the new lockdown. It explains what you can and can't do.


Community testing easy read letter

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