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I recall reading about it on WalesOnline awhile ago. Made no comment on restrictions as to who could be tested there - I doubt the Uni would stipulate because of the backlash that would garner them.You sure?
The ones in the Uni use a saliva test, which is, I believe, different to the official NHS ones. Not sure where that'd stand from a legal point of view if they started accepting walkups.I recall reading about it on WalesOnline awhile ago. Made no comment on restrictions as to who could be tested there - I doubt the Uni would stipulate because of the backlash that would garner them.
If hardly anyone is going, I doubt they'd turn anyone away tbh.
It's for everyone.
Wasn't sure it was open, last I heard they were deciding where to site it.
Remember I said I phoned them up and that’s where I got told they get loaded after 8pm?No I couldn't call them, that was the problem.
That's the one on museum avenue, it's a walk-in centre for everyone.The last time I drove through Cathays Park a few weeks ago there was a taped off area with white tents down the far end behind the Law building.
Maybe it was the crow the government used that was pissed.That crow would literally have to fly over the CCS to get to Weston.
Its about three miles from Llandaff North to the CCS.
It may have been busy back then of course, someone I know had to go for a test recently, and was the only punter there.