New walk-in Covid-19 test centres open across Ireland
All the testing centres are open in areas where Covid-19 cases are high.
Two new temporary Covid-19 testing centres have opened in Cork and Westmeath this week.
The temporary testing centres will allow people without symptoms of Covid-19 to get a free test without having to organise it through their GP.
The centre opened at Randal Óg GAA Club in Dunmanway in Cork will not require an advance appointment.
While the second walk-in clinic also opened at St Loman's Hospital Campus in Mullingar in Westmeath.
Both testing sites will remain open until April 20 from 9am to 5pm.
People over the age of 16 can attend the walk-in test centres providing they don't have any symptoms, live within 5km of the centre and have not tested positive for Covid-19 in the last six months.
Five of the testing centres opened last week and have seen a large uptake in members of the public coming forward for tests.
In total, there are currently seven walk-in testing centres operating across Ireland.
- Crumlin GAA, Club House, Lorcan O’ Toole Park, Park Crescent, Crumlin, Dublin, D12 NX33 from 10 April to 17 April.
- Mulhuddart, Cumann Naomh Peregrine, Blakestown Road, Dublin, D15 PW80 from 10 April to 17 April.
- St Joseph’s Health Campus, 3 Mulgrave Street, Limerick, V94 C8DV from 10 April to 17 April.
- Waterford IT College Street Campus, Cork Road, Waterford, X91 YO74 from 10 April to 17 April.
- Ballyfermot Sports Complex, 33 to 39 Gurteen Road, Redcowfarm, Dublin, D10 K598 from 10 April to 17 April.
- St Loman’s Hospital Campus, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath, N91 X36E 14 April to 20 April, 9am to 5pm.
- Randal Óg GAA Club, Dunmanway, Co. Cork, P47 CK70, 14 April to 20 April 9am to 5pm. Closed Sunday 18 April.