Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board has confirmed that current mobile testing arrangements in Bridgend County Borough are set to continue until further notice.

Testing is available at the former Revlon site in Maesteg (CF34 9TS) from 9am to 5pm all week, including Saturday and Sunday. This site incorporates both a drive-through testing facility, which must be booked in advance, and a walk-in option where no booking is required.

Drive-through testing is also available at Coity and Litchard Community Centre (CF31 1PA) from 9am-5pm, and at the walk-through facility based at the Bowls Hall car park in Angel Street, Bridgend (CF31 4AH) which is available between 8am-8pm – booking for both of these sites is essential.

You can arrange appointments by visiting the Welsh Government website or by calling 119 (18001119 for people with hearing or speech difficulties).

The website also features information about how you can order lateral flow testing kits online for home delivery or pick them up from a participating pharmacy

The Leader, Cllr Huw David said: “Mobile testing continues to play an essential role in how we are working together as a community to fight the spread of coronavirus, and I encourage anyone who is displaying symptoms of Covid-19 to make use of this free service.

“The pandemic is far from over, our social care services are under massive pressure, and we must make every effort to minimise the risk of exposure to coronavirus. A wide range of help remains available to support us in doing this, and you can find out more by visiting the Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board website.”

 

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