A CORONAVIRUS testing unit will be returning to Bracknell again this weekend.

The mobile hub will be based in the town centre on Saturday, May 30, and Sunday, May 31, between 10.30am and 4.30pm.

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An exact location has not been confirmed but full details will be sent to residents when they book appointments.

Signs will be in place to help direct people through the testing area and military personnel will provide instructions on the day.

You must book an appointment in advance, which you can do here if you fall into any of the following categories:

  • all those working on the frontline in health and social care (with or without symptoms)
  • patients in the NHS and residents in care homes (with or without symptoms)
  • all essential workers with symptoms
  • anyone over 65 with symptoms
  • anyone who goes into work because they cannot work from home (for example, construction workers) and has symptoms
  • anyone who has symptoms and lives with someone who meets any of the above criteria

If you get an appointment, you must take ID demonstrating you are an essential worker such as a staff ID badge or a letter from your employer.

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This is the third time the mobile testing unit will be in Bracknell.

The military rolled out the unit in the town centre last weekend, too.

Easthampstead House car park hosted the unit at the start of the month as well.

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The Bracknell News got a sneak-peak behind the scenes of the testing unit which you can see here.

The rollout of the units are part of the effort to increase COVID-19 testing capacity and to supplement local and regional testing sites.