Our testing service which has been specifically designed to help control outbreaks among by staff and students not showing symptoms of the coronavirus.
Our aim is to provide targeted support to local public health and the NHS Track and Trace system.
At the moment, all students can book a government provided lateral flow test or a University of Nottingham asymptomatic test.
Find out about differences between each test and the dates when available.
Our asymptomatic testing service is available for all on campus staff every week at testing stations across our three campuses.
Where to access staff testing
Our asymptomatic testing service has been specifically designed to help control outbreaks among by staff and students not showing symptoms of the coronavirus. Our aim is to provide targeted support to local public health and the NHS Track and Trace system.
The testing service is available for all on campus staff every week at testing stations across our three campuses
We are testing students in halls of residence on a rolling basis. This service is not bookable, so you cannot request a test.
We will also be offering staff and students the opportunity to find out if they have already been exposed to the SARS2 coronavirus through an antibody testing service.
This will support the our asymptomatic testing, and help our scientists to understand who has already been exposed to the virus in our community.
The antibody testing service is not bookable, you cannot request a test. Students are being offered the test in their halls of residence on a rolling basis.
If you have symptoms of the coronavirus you should book a test through the government's booking site.
We have two pre-bookable, walk-up only testing sites on University Park and Jubilee Campus. If tests are available at these sites, they will come up as an option when booking. As walk-up sites, these testing centres are open to members of staff, students and the local community who are within walking distance. However, staff and students may be offered other locations while booking a test.
Visit our coronavirus advice pages for more guidance about what to do if you have symptoms, how to notify us, advice on self-isolating, and how we can support you.
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