The aim of the national Test and Trace service is to control the spread of coronavirus, by ensuring anyone who develops symptoms can be tested and identifying recent close contacts of anyone who tests positive. 

We have also developed a local testing service for people who are not displaying symptoms of coronavirus (symptom-free) to help reduce transmission in the community.

Everyone should be getting symptom-free tests regularly, at least twice a week, either at a symptom-free testing site, a workplace testing site, or through a home testing service.

 

Symptom-free testing

There are various ways you can access symptom-free (asymptomatic) testing in Warrington, including at our Golden Square test site.

Find out about symptom-free testing

 

Got symptoms? Get tested

If you have symptoms, get a PCR test using the NHS Test and Trace service by ordering a test at home, or by booking a test online.

Find out more about how to get tested

 

Local contact tracing

We have a dedicated local contact tracing service that works in partnership with the national test and trace programme.

Read about local contact tracing

 

Download the app

The NHS COVID-19 app is available to help people protect themselves, and others, against coronavirus.

Find out about the app (gov.uk)

 

NHS Test and Trace 

How the NHS Test and Trace system works and its role in providing identifying close recent contacts of anyone who tests positive for COVID-19.

Find out about NHS Test and Trace (gov.uk)

 

Outbreak control plans

We've published plans to identify and contain local outbreaks of coronavirus. They will reduce the spread of infection and save lives.

Read our outbreak control plans