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Testing is important to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus in our communities.
Following an increase in the number of cases of COVID-19 in Dundee of the Delta variant (also known as the variant first identified in India), testing sites across the city are now open for people to get tested, whether they have symptoms or not.
In addition to the mobile testing vans which are visiting sites across the city, the following testing sites will now offer a PCR test to people whether or not they have any symptoms of the virus.
Booking is preferred and you can book a test at www.nhsinform.scot or by calling 0800 028 2816. If you need support with the booking process, call 119. People without bookings will also be accepted.
The sites will also offer collection of LFD rapid testing kits for people to take home. LFD tests are also available from community pharmacies - or you can order kits for delivery to your home.
|Dudhope Castle (drive through)||8am to 8pm 7 days a week|
|Park Place (walk through)||8am to 8pm 7 days a week|
|Kirkton Community Centre (walk through)||8am to 8pm 7 days a week|
|South Road car park (walk through)||8am to 8pm 7 days a week|
The mobile testing vans are visiting the following sites:
|Tayview Primary School (10am – 4pm)||Monday|
|Tayview Primary School (10am – 4pm)||Tuesday|
|Braeview Academy (10am - 4pm)||Wednesday|
|Grove Academy (10am - 4pm)||Thursday|
|Dundee International Sports Centre (10am - 4pm)||Friday|
|Dundee City Centre - East Whale Lane Car Park (10am - 4 pm)||Saturday|
|Forthill Primary School (10am - 4pm)||Sunday|
The mobile testing sites are walk-in and there is no need to book an appointment. However, to make the process quicker, you can book in advance and pre-register your details by phoning 119.
The mobile testing units are safe and secure, with strict hygiene measures in place. Staff on site will support people through the testing process which involves self-administering a swab test. Full instructions will be provided. Testing is quick and easy with results communicated to people by text message 24 to 48 hours after the test.
Anyone who receives a positive PCR test result will be asked to self-isolate. Dedicated support is available to anyone who needs to self-isolate, including food packages and financial assistance.