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Community Testing Site for New Mills Area

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A new community testing centre for people living and working in New Mills, Chinley and Whaley Bridge and who don’t have coronavirus symptoms opened on Wed 10 March.  

The centre, at the Adult Education Centre in New Mills, will be open for 6 weeks.

1 in 3 people who have the virus don’t have symptoms and could be infecting other people without realising.

People who are still going out to work and mixing with colleagues or the public are encouraged to get tested regularly to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Staff are on hand to help people who test positive and need to self-isolate, including practical support with shopping and picking up prescriptions and any financial support they may be entitled to.

The New Mills centre will be open: Mondays from 9am to 7pm; Tuesdays to Fridays from 9am to 5pm; Saturdays from 9am to midday.

www.derbyshire.gov.uk/council/news-events/news-updates/news/community-testing-site-for-new-mills-area.aspx

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