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Wales’ testing capacity is supported by an extensive network of facilities across the country.

First published:
18 May 2020
Last updated:

Mass Testing Centre (MTC)

Drive-through testing centres in Wales are located at:

  • Abercynon Railway Station (Rhondda Cynon Taf)
  • Cardiff City Stadium (Cardiff)
  • Carmarthen Showground (Carmarthenshire)
  • Cwm, near Ebbw Vale (Blaenau Gwent)
  • Deeside Industrial Park, (Flintshire)
  • Llandudno, Builder Street (Conwy)
  • Neath Port Talbot, Baglan Industrial Estate 
  • Newport, Rodney Parade Stadium (Gwent)
  • Swansea, Liberty Stadium

Community Testing Units (CTUs)

Community Testing Units in Wales are linked to health care settings and are operated by the local health boards. Testing is prioritised for health care workers but some do facilitate testing for other critical workers as capacity allows. Testing is organised at a local level by the health boards.

Mobile Testing Unit (MTU)

Mobile testing is an agile capability that allows temporary testing sites to be set up quickly to serve communities on a rolling basis. There are 19 mobile testing units in Wales. 15 of these are operated by commercial providers through the local health boards. The remaining 4 are operated by the Welsh Ambulance Service NHS Trust (WAST) which rapidly respond to incidents and outbreaks.

Local Test Sites (LTS)

Walk-in testing Centres in Wales are located at:

  • Aberdare, Coleg y Cymoedd Campus Car Park
  • Bangor, Dean Street Car Park
  • Barry, Colcot Sports Centre
  • Brecon, Watton Car Park
  • Bridgend, Bowls Centre Car Park
  • Caerphilly, Rhymney, former Aldi site, Old Brewery Lane
  • Cardiff, Ely - former Parkview Medical Centre, Treseder Way
  • Cardiff, Museum Avenue
  • Cardiff Bay, County Hall Car Park
  • Llantrisant,Ty Penygawsi Car Park
  • Merthyr Tydfil, Leisure Centre
  • Neath, Milland Road Car Park
  • Newport, Bettws Social Club
  • Newport, Duffryn, Duffryn Arms Pub Car Park
  • Newport, The Old Kwik Save Car Park
  • Newtown, Shortbridge Street Car Park
  • Pontypool, Old Mill Car Park
  • Rhyl, Quay Street Carpark
  • Shotton, Civic Hall, Connah's Quay
  • Swansea, Grand Theatre
  • Treforest, University of South Wales
  • Wrexham, Memorial Hall

Contacting your local health board about coronavirus test results

If you’ve had a test at a Mass Testing Centre, Mobile Testing Unit or Local Testing Site please contact 119 if you haven’t received your results within 72 hours.

If you’re a critical worker and you’ve had a test at a Community Testing Unit which is operated by the Local Health Board, please contact your Local Health Board with any questions about your test results.

Aneurin Bevan University Health Board

Email: COVID-19.testing.unit.abb@wales.nhs.uk  

Tel: 0300 30 31 222

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Email: BCU.Covid19ResultsQueries@wales.nhs.uk

Tel: 03000 855913

If you have had a test at the Deeside site, please call 119 with any enquiries.

Cardiff & Vale University Health Board

Email: Cvuhb.Covidresults@wales.nhs.uk

Tel: 02921 836129 / 02921 836154

Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board

Email: CTM_COVID19@wales.nhs.uk

Tel: 01656 752993

Hywel Dda University Health Board

Email: Covidenquiries.hdd@wales.nhs.uk

Tel: 0300 303 8322

Swansea Bay University Health Board

Email: SBU.NeathPCH@wales.nhs.uk  

Tel: 01639 862757

Powys Teaching Health Board

Email: powys.testing@wales.nhs.uk

Tel: 01874 612228