Test, Trace, Protect Service

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Together we'll keep Swansea and Neath Port Talbot safe

How to access a Covid-19 test in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot, and information on contact tracing.

Our testing units:

Liberty Stadium, Swansea

Image shows the lanes at the drive-through testing unit at the Liberty Stadium.

Built in a car park at the Liberty Stadium, Swansea, this is our larger capacity drive-through testing unit, with capacity for up to six lanes to support tests.

 

 

 

Longlands Lane Playing Fields, Margam

A nurse in protective clothing swabs mouth of a man in a car at testing unit

Situated just off the M4, this is our smaller drive-through testing unit, with capacity for two lanes.

 

Details of how to access a test and other frequently asked questions are below.  The test you’ll get at one of the testing centres is called an Antigen Test – it checks to see if you’ve got the virus now. It will not tell you if you’ve had the virus in the past.

Please note that there may be a delay before getting a test appointment, so please apply as early as possible after symptoms appear.

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COVID-19 Testing Frequently Asked Questions

Contact Tracing

People who have tested positively for Covid-19 will be contacted via a phone call from a member of a locally-based team who will speak to them about the next steps the individual should take and the process of contact tracing.

Contact Tracing Frequently Asked Questions
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