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COVID-19 testing in your borough

UAL COVID-19 asymptomatic testing centre. Photo: Max Colson
UAL COVID-19 asymptomatic testing centre. Photo: Max Colson

Staff and students in the UK should check their local council or borough's website for the provision of asymptomatic community testing in the area they live or work. You can also collect tests from a nearby pharmacy.

Asymptomatic means you do not have any symptoms of COVID-19. If you have symptoms of the virus you can book a test via the NHS.

Remember: if you test positive, or have been advised to self-isolate after being identified as close contact of someone who has tested positive, you should report it to the University via Report COVID.

If you're unsure which borough you live in, enter your postcode on's find your local council page.

Asymptomatic testing in London boroughs

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