Pop Up Test Site in Clondalkin Sports and Leisure Centre Carpark June 28th – 30th


COVID-19 Walk-In Test Centre to open in Clondalkin Monday June 28th at Clondalkin Sports and Leisure Centre Carpark at Old Nangor Road, Dublin 22, D22 E283.
See https://maps.app.goo.gl/WX5vZtWGU6pA6U5a9 for directions.

A walk in test centre will open in Clondalkin from Monday June 28th to Wednesday June 30th inclusive. The test centre will be operational daily from 11am to 7pm.

Testing is free and you can show up on the day at Clondalkin COVID-19 walk-in centre. You do not need an appointment for a test at this centre.
Tests are limited to 1 test per person. If you think you need a repeat test or you are worried about any
symptoms of COVID-19, talk to your GP.

Do not arrive at the test centre before the opening time. Test centres can be very busy and you may have to wait. If you arrive near closing time and there is a queue, you may not get a test that day.
Dr Fionnuala Cooney, Director of Public Health for HSE Dublin South, Kildare West Wicklow Community Healthcare Organisation (CHO7). “Providing walk in testing for people is a welcome development for people of Clondalkin. Testing for COVID-19 is proven to be important in preventing the spread of the infection. A positive test result early in the infection enables a person to self-isolate and this greatly reduces the risk of them passing the infection on to others. The walk in test centre should help reduce the numbers of people queueing at test centres and will facilitate people continuing to come forward for a COVID-19 test.”

Opening Hours of Clondalkin Test Centre
Open Monday June 28th to Wednesday June 30th from 11am to 7pm.

Who can use a walk-in centre;
You can use the COVID-19 walk-in test centre if you;
 Are aged 16 years of age or over
 Live in the same area as the walk-in test centre
 Have not tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 9 months – only get another test if you have symptoms of COVID-19.
 No GP referral required

What you need to bring
You need to bring photo ID and provide a mobile phone number.
What to do if your child is a close contact in a school setting
You should not bring a child to a walk-in centre if they are a close contact in a school setting. The contact tracing team will arrange the test and will contact you with the details.

Test Results
You will get your results by text message within 24-48 hours.

Sarah Brooks

Sarah Brooks

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