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Symptom-free self-testing

Self-tests are designed to be done yourself, at home. They come with instructions that tell you what to do.

Each box contains seven tests, which lasts 3 and a half weeks if you test yourself twice a week. When you need more tests, you can return to the same site or a different one to collect some more.

There are three different ways to get a symptom-free self-test kit in Norfolk:

Collect from a pharmacy

All pharmacies in Norfolk stock self-test kits. You can collect up to two boxes of self test kits but you will need to bring a collection code.

To get your collection code you will need to visit the website below and enter your details, or call 119. You can find your nearest pharmacy at the end of the process.

Get your collection code

Collect from a library

All libraries in Norfolk stock self-test kits. You can collect one box of tests per person from a library. Large households can collect up to four boxes in one visit.

You don't need to book to collect a test kit - just turn up.

Find your nearest self-test collection site on the NHS website

Collect from a mobile library

Mobile libraries in Norfolk stock self-test kits. You can collect one box of tests per person from a mobile library. Large households can collect up to four boxes in one visit.

You don’t need to book to collect a test kit – just turn up.

Find your nearest mobile library route and schedule

Get a test delivered to your home

You can order self-test kits online to be sent to your home. You can order one pack per household each day.

You can also use this service to order tests for a friend or relative in a different household.

Order self-tests on the GOV.UK website

Read our FAQs to find out more about symptom-free testing.

How to do a self-test

More information about self-testing

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