Four new walk-in coronavirus testing centres are to be opened in Ireland this weekend.
Three of the centres are to be located in Dublin, with a fourth on its way to Tipperary.
Adults who have no symptoms can attend the centres for testing, without an appointment from their GP.
The centres are opened on a [pop-up basis in areas with high incidence of COVID-19
They are open to people who live in the area and have not tested positive within the past six months.
The four new centres are located at:
- Parnells GAA Club, Main Street, Coolock, Dublin – Open today until Thursday April 22nd.
- St Catherine’s Community Sports Centre Marrowbone Lane, The Liberties, Dublin – Open Saturday April 17th to Thursday April 22nd.
- Tallaght Stadium in Dublin – Open Sunday April 18th to Thursday April 22nd.
- Cahir Primary Care Centre, Barnora, Cashel Road, Tiperary – open Saturday April 17th to Wendesay April 21st
More than 30,000 people have already availed of walk-in testing in recdent weeks – with nearly 2.8% of the tests coming back positive.
The centres are open every day from 11am to 7pm.
There are a number of other walk-in centres open around the country.