There is a new coronavirus (COVID-19) symptom-free home testing service.
Who can get a symptom-free home test
Home test kits are now available to anyone who lives or works in Medway following the latest government guidance.
Everyone in the household should test at home twice a week to help prevent more outbreaks.
If you have had your first or second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, you should continue to get regular symptom-free tests. This is because you can spread the virus to others without knowing.
How to get a home test kit
Collect a home test kit
You can collect the kits from your nearest COVID-19 home test collection centre or the sites listed below.
You must only collect test kits at the times listed for each site.
You must be aged 18 or over to collect a home test kit.
You can collect test packs based on the number of people in your household. Each pack contains 7 home test
Greenwich University test site
North Road Car Park Jellicoe Building, University of Greenwich, Medway, ME4 4EL
Open 1.30pm to 8pm, Monday to Sunday
Luton Road, Medway, ME4 5BT
Open 1pm to 8pm, Monday to Friday
Curtis Way Coach Park
Curtis Way, North Kent, ME1 2TQ
Open 1pm to 7pm, Monday to Sunday
This site is drive-through only.
Miss Twinkletons Fine Coffee House
Eastgate, Rochester, ME1 1EW
Open 10am to 6pm, Monday to Friday
This will be a walk in service, and you do not need to book.
Home test kits available from symptom-free test centres
When you book a symptom-free test at Chattenden, Rainham, Chatham or MidKent College testing centres, you can take away free home testing kits for you and your household.
Order a home test kit online
If you cannot get to a testing centre, you can order COVID-19 home testing kits online.
Selected pharmacies are providing symptom-free home test kits.
Get a symptom-free test at a centre
You can book a symptom-free test online if you would rather take the test at a centre.