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Gloucestershire's latest coronavirus mobile testing unit locations

An important part of managing any future spread of COVID-19 is the speed at which people can be tested and isolation measures put in place, should an outbreak occur.

In addition to the regional testing centre at Hempstead Meadow in Gloucester which offers around 700 tests a day, a mobile testing unit also visits other sites around the county.

Anyone with symptoms of Covid-19 can have a test. To book a test or for more information on testing, go to the NHS website or call 119.

The latest dates for the mobile testing unit are:

  • Stow Rugby Football Club, Stow - Monday 10th August to Wednesday 12th August
  • Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester - Friday 7th August, Saturday 8th August and Friday 14th August to Sunday 16th August
  • University of Gloucestershire, Park Campus, Cheltenham - Wednesday 12th August to Friday 14th August
  • Cheltenham North Rugby Football Club, Bishops Cleeve - Saturday 8th August to Monday 10th August, Sunday 16th August and Monday 17th August

Regular updates on the mobile testing units will also appear on Gloucestershire County Council's Facebook and Twitter.

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