Research and analysis: Liverpool COVID-19 community testing pilot: interim evaluation report summary

The report published by the University of Liverpool on 23 December 2020 presents early findings to help policymakers with similar approaches to COVID-19 testing.The report was led by the University of Liverpool, alongside researchers from NHS Test and Trace, Joint Biosecurity Centre, Public Health England and Office for National Statistics.A more detailed report will be published early in 2021. Source link

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Detailed guide: Getting tested for coronavirus if you live or work in Liverpool

Regular testing is now available to everyone in the city, including children and people who do not have symptoms.Liverpool was chosen because it has been under strict restrictions, with high rates of coronavirus.By taking part in city-wide testing, youre helping to stop the spread of the virus in your city. It will also help to roll out mass testing throughout the country.Why you need to get a testYou can be infectious with coronavirus and pass the virus on, even if you do not have symptoms.Where to go for your testThere are 2 types of test site in Liverpool, depending on whether or not you have symptoms.This is to…

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Detailed guide: Getting tested for coronavirus if you live or work in Liverpool

Regular testing is now available to everyone in the city, including children and people who do not have symptoms.Liverpool was chosen because it has been under strict restrictions, with high rates of coronavirus.By taking part in city-wide testing, youre helping to stop the spread of the virus in your city. It will also help to roll out mass testing throughout the country.Why you need to get a testYou can be infectious with coronavirus and pass the virus on, even if you do not have symptoms.Where to go for your testThere are 2 types of test site in Liverpool, depending on whether or not you have symptoms.This is to…

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Detailed guide: Getting tested for coronavirus if you live or work in Liverpool

Regular testing is now available to everyone in the city, including children and people who do not have symptoms.Liverpool was chosen because it has been under strict restrictions, with high rates of coronavirus.By taking part in city-wide testing, youre helping to stop the spread of the virus in your city. It will also help to roll out mass testing throughout the country.Why you need to get a testYou can be infectious with coronavirus and pass the virus on, even if you do not have symptoms.Where to go for your testThere are 2 types of test site in Liverpool, depending on whether or not you have symptoms.This is to…

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Press release: Liverpool to be regularly tested for coronavirus in first whole city testing pilot

Prime Minister announces new whole city testing approach to launch in Liverpool from Friday with hundreds of thousands of new, rapid turnaround tests deployed all residents and workers will be offered repeat COVID-19 testing, even if asymptomatic, to find more positive cases and break chains of transmission tests to be provided through a partnership between Liverpool City Council, NHS Test and Trace and Ministry of Defence, with logistical support from Armed Forces personnelEveryone living or working in Liverpool will now be offered COVID-19 testing, whether they have symptoms or not, in the first pilot of whole city testing in England made possible by the dramatic increase in testing…

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Guidance: Local COVID alert level: very high (Liverpool City Region) – alternative formats

PDF, 2.61MB, 5 pages This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. Request an accessible format. If you use assistive technology (such as a screen reader) and need aversion of this document in a more accessible format, please email publications@dhsc.gov.uk.Please tell us what format you need. It will help us if you say what assistive technology you use. PDF, 131KB, 2 pages This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. Request an accessible format. If you use assistive technology (such as a screen reader) and need aversion of this document in a more accessible format, please email publications@dhsc.gov.uk.Please tell us what…

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