New advice on when to take coronavirus tests as latest B&NES figures out

  Posted: 23.11.21 at 10:35 by The Editor

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The government has revised its guidance on when to take coronavirus tests - advising the public to take a rapid lateral flow test before going to high-risk settings.

The updated guidance on Covid testing suggests people may want to test themselves before going to crowded and enclosed spaces, such as out shopping, or visiting people at higher risk of severe illness from Covid-19.

You can check the latest advice by clicking HERE : the government site

Previously the advice was to take Lateral Flow Tests twice a week or before visiting the medically vulnerable.

It comes as over in Peasedown they cancelled a planned visit by the local MP Jacob Rees Mogg this coming Saturday, due to high coronavirus numbers.

You can read about that by clicking HERE:
The Police Commission was also due to attend.

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