Want to help ensure the new version of the Covid-19 virus found in Bristol doesn’t cause the problems we saw when the Kent version emerged? Then get down to one of the’Mobile Testing Units’ (in other words, temporary testing sites) tbefore 4pm this weekend, or pick up a home testing kit from a library and return it by 4pm this Weds, to take part.
Also, if you have picked up a home testing kit already, please do return it before 4pm on Weds.
You can drop in for a test until 4pm this Sunday, at:
a. Bristol and Bath Science Park, Dirac Crescent, Emersons Green, BS16 7FR.
b. Bristol City Council Testing Centre, 17-18 Wellington Road, BS2 9DA.
c. Imperial Retail Park, Hartcliffe Way, BS13 7TJ.
d. Shaftsbury Park, Frenchay Park Road, BS16 1LG.
e. The Imperial Sports Ground, West Town Lane, BS14 9EA.
f. Yate Common, Westerleigh Road, BS37 8RZ.
You can pick up a home testing kit from these Collect and Drop sites in Bristol, where you will be able to drop-off your completed tests until 4pm on Wednesday 24 February:
1. Fishponds Library, Robinson House, Hockey’s Lane, Fishponds, Bristol, BS16 3HL.
2. Henleaze Library, 30 Northumbria Drive, Henleaze, Bristol, BS9 4HP.
3. Junction 3 Library, 138b Lower Ashley Road, Easton, Bristol, BS5 0FJ.
4. Whitchurch Library, 7 Oatlands Ave, Bristol, BS14 0SX.
5. Wick Road Library, Wick Road, Brislington, Bristol, BS4 4HE.
6. Marksbury Road Library, Marksbury Road, BS3 5LG.