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Dec 3 2021

Get a coronavirus test

There are two types of tests:

PCR test

Rapid lateral flow test

People with symptoms can book a PCR test at these test sites in H&F:

Normand Park, 84 Bramber Road, W14 9PG

Bridget Joyce Square, Australia Road, White City, W12 7PH

Wormwood Scrubs Charitable Trust Car Park, Artillery Lane, W12 0AE

145 King Street Car Park, W6 9JT

Book a test at GOV.UK

Attending a PCR testing centre:

book an appointment

wear a face mask

keep 2 metres distance from staff and other people at all times while you are at the testing centre

attend the centres in your car or on foot at your appointed time

if you have symptoms, you must self-isolate until you attend your test.

Get a rapid lateral flow test (LFT)

Rapid tests are for people who have no symptoms. 

Do not visit a LFT test site or pharmacy if you have any symptoms

Please wear a mask or face covering when you arrive.

One in three infected people show no symptoms but can still pass it on. So, we encourage everyone to do lateral flow rapid tests twice a week, regardless of vaccination status. 

You are welcome to come for repeat tests provided these are 3 to 5 days apart and you have NOT had a positive result recently. 

Rapid tests can give a result in 15 to 30 minutes.

You can take a test at the site below.

Lateral Flow Test (LFT) walk-in testing site H&F Council
145 King Street, Hammersmith, W6 9JT
Weekdays - 8am to 4pm 
Christmas opening hours: the test centre will be closed on Monday 27 and Tuesday 28 December 2021, and on Monday 3 January 2022 - For anyone aged 12+
H&F Council at 145 King Street on Google Maps
Parking zone A

Find another rapid lateral flow testing site

Report your test result

Report your result (positive, negative or void) every time you do a COVID-19 rapid lateral flow test at home or at work.

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