There are two main ways for getting tested for Coronavirus, depending on whether you are an essential worker or not. Essential workers are NHS staff, social care staff and a variety of other professions essential to managing the response to coronavirus. You can check if your role is in the essential worker category at gov.uk.
You can check if you are eligible for a test at gov.uk. You can also apply for a home test kit or arrange a visit to a regional drive-through test site (subject to availability) at the government’s coronavirus (COVID-19): getting tested website.
These tests are open to eligible people with symptoms including essential workers. You can check if you are eligible for a test at gov.uk. You can book a test yourself or your employer can refer you for a test.
The tests are being carried out at a number of temporary locations around Norfolk and Suffolk.
If you are an essential worker you can get tested at three sites across Norfolk.
These appointments need to be booked via the local system being run by Norfolk and Waveney CCG.