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COVID-19 testing availability in Powys will be boosted from Monday 26th July with lateral flow devices available for collection from more locations across the county.
Mobile testing units for people with symptoms move on 21 July
Residents in Newtown are being urged to access COVID testing as the town has become a COVID hotspot.
Following a sharp rise in COVID cases in Newtown over the past few days Powys Teaching Health Board and Powys County Council are reopening the Asymptomatic Testing Centre at the Park Street Day Centre in Newtown from Saturday 10 July.
Minister for Health and Social Services Eluned Morgan visited Newtown on Thursday in her first official engagement in the county since taking on her new role.
"GET TESTED" is the big message to Powys residents
COVID-19 testing availability in Powys will be boosted from Monday (June 7) with lateral flow devices available for collection from libraries in the county.
Our Testing Hub has played a vital role in the county's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new rapid testing service for people without COVID-19 symptoms is coming to Newtown for four weeks from 7 June.
Thank you to all the heroes delivering the COVID-19 Testing Service in Powys.
COVID testing is available at Y Plas and at Ystradgynlais Rugby Club.
Mobile testing units will be returning to Crickhowell and Rhayader from Monday 10 May for residents in the town and wider area to have easier access to coronavirus testing.
From today, volunteers and those who are unable to work from home can order a lateral flow self-test kit to be delivered direct to their home.
People living in Powys can now go for a free Coronavirus test if they have a wider range of symptoms.
Mobile testing units will return to Hay-on-Wye and Llanfyllin from Monday 26 April to encourage people to continue to get a test for coronavirus if they are feeling unwell.
Mobile testing units will return to Knighton and Machynlleth from Monday 12 April to encourage people to continue to get a test for coronavirus if they are feeling unwell.
Two mobile testing units will be returning to Llansantffraid-ym-Mechain and Llandrindod Wells from Monday 29 March.
Two Mobile Testing Units return to Llanidloes and Ystradgynlais for a second time this year
New testing options available in workplaces and closed settings.
Mobile testing units will be on the move across Powys to two new locations in Crickhowell and Rhayader from Monday 1 March.
Hands-Face-Space remain critical in tackling the rising levels of COVID-19 in Powys.
Powys residents aged 70+, including vulnerable people and frontline health and care staff have passed 33,000 vaccinations, a significant milestone for the mass vaccination programme.
The rotation of mobile testing units across Powys continues with both units moving to two new locations in Machynlleth and Knighton from Monday 1 February.
Two mobile testing units will be moving to new locations in Llansantffraid-ym-Mechain and Llandrindod Wells from Saturday 16 January.
We have joined the First Minister and public service leaders across Wales in a joint message to the people of Wales ahead of Christmas.
Public Health Wales has published FAQs about the new variant of coronavirus
All of Wales is at alert level 4. What you need to do at alert level 4.
Powys residents are being reminded to travel safely for coronavirus tests.
Rapid COVID-19 testing for asymptomatic frontline health and care staff will be piloted in Powys from next week (14 December).