It’s easy to get a test, local test centres are open in Dudley borough.
If you have any of the main symptoms of COVID-19 or are feeling generally unwell, you can book a PCR test.
You should immediately self-isolate for 10 days and book a test either online (using the link below) or by calling 119.
You can also book a PCR test if you have been identified as a close contact of someone who's tested positive for COVID-19, you can get a standard Covid-19 test (PCR), whether or not you have symptoms.
Our test sites
From November 1, the testing sites are open between 8am and 6pm, seven days a week. More details (including maps) are available by downloading the leaflets below.
The following local test sites can be accessed on foot:
- The Dudley test site on Flood St car park can be accessed from Oakeywell Street (DY2 8NY). If you are driving please access the site from the Dudley by-pass and park on the zone 2 car park next to the test site. DO NOT use the pay and display machine, you do not need to display a ticket in this zone
- The Lye test site can be accessed from Jackson St (DY9 8HA). If you are driving to the site, parking is available on Clinic Drive car park.
- Studley Gate car park next to Swanpool Park in Stourbridge.
Mobile testing units
There is a mobile testing unit on Tenscore playing field car park on Priory Lane in Sedgley. It can be accessed by car or on foot, every day 10am-3pm.
There is a mobile testing unit on Birmingham Street car park in Halesowen. It is currently open every day, 10am-6pm. The test centre can be accessed by car or on foot.
There is also a mobile testing unit at Engine Lane in Brierley Hill. This test site is drive-in only. The site is open between 8am and 3pm, seven days a week. This test site will be closed on 22/11/21 and 23/11/21. It will re-open as usual on 24/11/21.
Tests are appointment only and must be booked in advance online or by calling 119.
Walk through video of a coronavirus test centre
NHS Test and Trace will contact anyone who tests positive for Covid-19 and will ask you to share information about people that have been close contacts recently.
If NHS Test and Trace ask you to self-isolate due to contact with a person who has coronavirus, you should stay home and not attend the test site, unless you then develop symptoms yourself.