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Aberdeenshire locations for Covid-19 testing


By David Porter

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Mobile Covid testing will be available at several locations next week
Mobile Covid testing will be available at several locations next week

Community testing by Aberdeenshire Council for people who do not have Covid-19 symptoms continues this week along with distribution of lateral flow self-test kits.

An Aberdeenshire Council spokesman said: “We continue working with NHS Grampian to make lateral flow testing kits available across Aberdeenshire.”

The mobile test site schedule for the coming week is:

Monday, January 24 - Peterhead, Maiden Street car park - 10am to 3pm.

Collect only - Stonehaven Market Square -10am to 3pm; Oldmeldrum Market Square from 10am until no testing kits remain.

Tuesday 25 - Ellon Old Academy car park - 10am to 3pm.

Collect only - Westhill Shopping centre from 10am till no kits remain; Portlethen Asda from 10am till no kits remain; Banff Trinity car park 10am - 12pm; Aberchirder Square 1pm - 3pm.

Wednesday 26 - Inverurie, Burn Lane Car Park - 10am to 3pm.

Collect only - Stonehaven Market Square - from 10am until no testing kits remain; Fraserburgh, Saltoun Square - from 10am until no testing kits remain; Maud Old Resource Centre 10am - 12pm; Mintlaw Simpsons Garden Centre 1pm - 3pm.

Thursday 27 - Peterhead, Maiden Street car park - 10am to 3pm.

Collect only - Portlethen Asda - from 10am until no testing kits remain; Oldmeldrum Market Square (collect only) - from 10am until no testing kits remain; Banchory Bellfield car park 10am - 12pm; Kemnay Aquithie Road at Chip Shop 1pm - 3pm.

Friday 28- Fraserburgh, Maconochie House - 10am to 3pm.

Collect only - Westhill Shopping Centre - from 10am until no testing kits remain; Inverurie, Burn Lane Car Park - from 10am until no testing kits remain; Ellon, Market Street Shelter - from 10am until no testing kits remain.


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