Registration for workplace testing extended until 12 April

Registration for the Government’s Workplace Testing programme has been extended until 12 April.

Businesses should register in order to access free Covid-19 tests, even if they’re not yet open or are not able to start using the tests straight away.

Around 1 in 3 people with coronavirus don’t have symptoms, which means they could spread the virus in workplaces without knowing.

Regular testing could be the difference between a workplace being able to stay open and operational, or needing to close due to a Covid-19 outbreak.

For many employers on-site testing has already become an essential part of its employee offer and a routine part of working life.

Source: Bradford Council. Read more.

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