Our three symptom-free COVID-19 testing stations are open today and tomorrow, 10am to 3pm.
We're prioritising key workers and those who can't work from home, as they're more likely to be mixing with a greater number of people.
The 20 non-symptomatic #COVID19 testing sites located across the Liverpool City Region are now being used to target key workers, and those who have to mix with others because of either paid, or unpaid, caring commitments: #LetsGetTested
Delivery drivers, factory workers, transport workers & others who must risk leaving their homes & mixing with others during this lockdown are being urged to keep getting repeated tests for #Covid19 within the Liverpool City Region #LetsGetTested
Getting tested if you don’t have symptoms is free and easy to do – you can do it online in a couple of clicks. This one simple act can save lives. Don’t take that risk with your loved ones, book a rapid test today. #doingourbit #letsgettested
#Reminder: Our #NoSymptoms mass testing centre closes after 2pm today. @yourECL will remain open from 7am-7pm for the foreseeable future.
Please follow @lpoolcouncil to keep up to date with all the latest info & opening times or visit ➡️ ℹ️ #LetsGetTested
The new #COVID19 variant is highly contagious – and you could be spreading it without realising.
So if you're a key worker who comes into contact with others, why not get a regular test at one of the three symptom-free testing stations in St Helens Borough?
•4,803 cases – an increase of 518
•964 per 100,000
•Of these cases, 1076 were identified by the Lateral Flow Testing pilot
It’s great to see a slight decrease however it is sad that we have lost 60 individuals #COVIDー19
Very exciting day for Year 9 and the whole of Hinchingbrooke School. We have started our Lateral Flow testing to detect COVID-19! Some of our staff and our key worker students have been tested 🦠 Here’s Mr Hobley doing his! #rapidtests #lateralflowtesting #letsgettested
While the message is to #StayHome as much as possible, there are many key workers continuing to provide essential services in St Helens Borough.
To help you to do that safely, we encourage you to get a regular COVID-19 test at our symptom-free testing stations 👇
Our symptom-free testing stations remain open but we are now prioritising key workers, those who cannot work from home and unpaid carers.
This will help manage demand at the stations and help ensure key workers can get tested.
Are you someone who cannot work from home and also has physical contact with other people as part of your job? If so, during this national lockdown we’re urging you to keep getting repeated tests for #Covid19 within the Liverpool City Region #LetsGetTested
#Liverpool businesses urged to help city’s fight against #COVID19 👇
#StayHome #StayHomeSaveLives #workingfromhome #SocialDistancing #HandsFaceSpace #lockdownuk #LetsGetTested #COVIDSafe @garymillar @LpoolChamberPC @GrowthPlatform_ @Porkyaskew @CllrWendySimon @tonymc39 @bazkush
#BreakingNews | Business leaders in #Liverpool have made an unprecedented plea to employers to redouble their efforts in bid to curb #Covid19.
The plan is outlined in open letter to more than 15,000 firms, seen as start of lockdown recovery.
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Speaking on behalf of the city's faith leaders, the Rt Revd @paulbayes, Bishop of Liverpool, urges citizens to abide by #coronavirus restrictions and get the #Covid19 vaccine when it is offered.
During this lockdown, we’re urging anyone who must risk leaving their home & mixing with others, such as NHS & care workers, school staff & supermarket employees to keep getting repeated tests for #Covid19 within the Liverpool City Region #LetsGetTested
People who must risk leaving their homes & mixing with others during this lockdown, such as NHS & care workers, school staff & supermarket employees are being urged to keep getting repeated tests for #Covid19 within the Liverpool City Region #LetsGetTested
We encourage key workers who do not have Covid-19 symptoms to get a test at one of our walk-in centres.
These are people who can't work from home and have physical contact with others in their job, such as:
🔑 NHS/care workers
🔑 school staff
🔑 delivery drivers
Last week 1,011 Covid-19 cases in Liverpool were identified by the walk in, quick lateral flow tests.
If you live near a centre doing these make it a habit to get tested weekly. If you don’t know if you live near one, you can check on your council website. #LetsGetTested 💪🏼
In October 2020, our Communications team were given unprecedented access to Royal @LivHospitals intensive care ward.
As rates of transmission continue to rise, we ask that you #StayHome and if you need to leave the house, #StaySafe.
There will be changes to the opening times to some of our test centres from today. Please check our website before visiting.
You can find out more about the closure of the @TownHallLpool site on Friday here:
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