A COVID testing site is opening back up again today ahead of restrictions easing next week.

The Meadows in Sandhurst is open today (May 12) for supervised asasymptomatic testing from 10am and 4pm. 

Residents can also pick up home test kits to carry out their coronavirus lateral flow tests at home.

Bracknell Forest Council said the site will be open on Wednesdays between 10am and 4pm today, May 19, May 26 and June 2. 

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People are encouraged to take regular tests to help prevent outbreaks and help get back to a more normal way of life.

The rapid tests, also called rapid lateral flow tests (LFT), are for people who do not have any symptoms.

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It is available to you even if you have recently received the COVID-19 vaccine. Having the vaccine does not stop you from being able to spread the virus.

People presenting Covid-19 symptoms are asked not to attend any community testing sites, collection sites or workplace testing. 

If you have symptoms you must isolate immediately alongside your household and get a PCR test from the governemnt's website.