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Coronavirus update from Telford and Wrekin Council

Coronavirus update from

Telford and Wrekin Council

15 April 2021

Infection rates in Telford and Wrekin fluctuate

The number of new coronavirus cases in Telford and Wrekin is fluctuating, the latest figures show.

There were 40 new cases reported for Telford and Wrekin during the past seven days (5-11 April) – which means 8 more new cases recorded compared to the previous seven-day period.
The borough’s infection rate continues to be lower than the regional and national average.

Keeping our borough’s case numbers low is key as restrictions ease and everyone can play their part in this!

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Have you collected your Covid-19 rapid home test kits?

Rapid test kits are now available for free to anyone over 18 with no Covid-19 symptoms.

No appointments are needed to pick up home test kits.

Collect from:

Community test sites, libraries and leisure centres

NHS Test & Trace sites


If you can’t use the options above,  order a home test kit online.

When testing at home,  you will need to register your results online or by calling 119.

If you have a positive result, you should self-isolate and book a confirmatory PCR test.

If you have any main coronavirus symptoms, book a free PCR test

Originally published by Telford & Wrekin Council