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COVID-19 hotspots in Staffordshire

Please see the below list of Covid-19 hotspots and supporting Community Testing sites in Staffordshire. 

Testing is available for all residents in Staffordshire who do not have any symptoms of coronavirus. Residents who need to be out and about in Staffordshire during the lockdown, for example for work or caring responsibilities, are being urged to have regular Covid-19 tests.

The county council is also identifying areas each week which have seen the biggest increase in cases and is especially urging everyone in these ‘hotspot’ locations to get tested.

Staffordshire residents are now able to walk in to one of our community testing sites to get a rapid Covid-19 test. 

Walk ins are subject to availability at each individual site - to secure a slot, booking on our community testing sites page is still recommended.

You are allowed to leave home to take a test.

If there is no availability, you can book a traditional test at one of the national sites at www.nhs.uk/coronavirus  and choose the option “my council has asked me to book a test.

Anyone with symptoms should only book a national test. Anyone who is self-isolating as a close contact should only book a test if they develop symptoms and this should be through the national system only.

Last updated 19/03/2021

Hotspot Locations

The county council is pausing the hotspots to look at the areas in more detail

 

Community Testing Centres 

(Monday to Sunday unless stated) 

Cannock Chase:

Chase Leisure Centre, Stafford Road, Cannock, WS11 4AL

East Staffordshire:

Hillfield House, Hillfield Lane, Burton-upon-Trent, DE13 0BW

Lichfield:

St Johns Community Church, High Street, Chase Terrace. WS7 1LR

(Monday, Tuesday & Sunday)

Lichfield City FC, Brownsfield Road, Eastern Avenue, Lichfield, WS13 6AY

(Wednesday - Saturday)

Newcastle-under-Lyme:

Seabridge Centre, Ash Way, Newcastle, ST5 3UB 

Victoria HallLiverpool Road, Kidsgrove, ST7 4EL

South Staffordshire:

Wombourne Library, Church Rd, Wombourne, Wolverhampton, WV5 9EZ

Stafford:

Kingston Centre, Fairway, Stafford, ST16 3TW

Stone Leisure Centre, Stafford Rd, Stone, ST15 8QW

Staffordshire Moorlands:

Brough Park Leisure Centre, Brough Park, Leek, ST13 6AT

(Sunday - Thursday)

Biddulph Leisure Centre, Thames Drive, Biddulph, ST8 7HL

(Tuesday - Saturday)

South Moorlands Leisure Centre, Allen St, Cheadle, Stoke-on-Trent, ST10 1HJ

(Mon - Weds and Fri - Sat)

Tamworth:

Ankerside Shopping Centre, Unit 30 George Street, Tamworth, B79 7LG

There will also be pop-up community testing sites at various locations supporting the above. 

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