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Coronavirus testing for key workers in Norfolk and Waveney

Coronavirus testing for key workers in Norfolk and Waveney Key workers (including NHS, care home staff, teachers etc) concerned that they have coronavirus (Covid-19) symptoms can get tested either using a dedicated local service or the national booking system.

The three local sites for key workers in Norfolk and Waveney are at:

  • James Paget University Hospital
  • The Centrum Centre near Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital
  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn

The service is by appointment only. Appointments for these locations cannot be booked using the national portal, they must be booked using our local system:

  • NHS acute hospital staff: Use your organisation’s existing booking arrangements.
  • All other NHS employees can email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • All other essential workers including care home staff: Ask your employer/line manager to email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with their name, job title and contact number. The registration team will contact them to register your organisation so you can then book an appointment. Your employer will be given a unique reference number and the contact details for your triage.

Key workers can also be tested using the national booking system. You will be offered a choice of a home testing kit or travelling to a regional testing centre at Ipswich, Peterborough or Stansted, or a mobile testing centre if available.

Members of the public who are eligible for testing but are not key workers must book using the national booking system.
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