Coronavirus (COVID-19)

As we learn to live safely with coronavirus (COVID-19), there are actions we can all take to help reduce the risk of catching the virus and passing it on to others. COVID-19 can spread easily and cause serious illness in some people. 

Advice is being updated frequently. Please only use trusted sources for your information.

The following centres are now closed for PCR testing:

  • Michael Flanders Resources Centre, Church Lane, Acton, W3 8PP

  • Featherstone Terrace Car Park, Southall, UB2 5AB

  • Gurnell Leisure Centre, 29 Ruislip Road East, London W13 0AZ.

Rapid testing kits can no longer be picked up for free at local pharmacies, libraries and community centres.

We still recommend that you get tested before you go to places with a lot of people, or areas that have little ventilation. You can purchase these at most pharmacies and online.

Coronavirus vaccines

If you are offered a vaccine, please make sure you get it - vaccines offer the best protection for you and your family against COVID-19. Find out more about the COVID-19 vaccines.

COVID-19 vaccines are now available for everyone aged 12 or over. If you are aged 12 or over, you can walk-up to CP House in Ealing or selected local pharmacies and get your vaccine or you can make a booking on the NHS website. You do not need to wait to be contacted.

The COVID-19 vaccination is also being offered to 5 to 11 year olds as a lower dose. Throughout May, there are dedicated pop-up vaccination clinics in Ealing or you can make a booking on the NHS website

  • 3 to 7pm on Thursday 12 and Friday 13 May at Berrymede Junior School, Acton, W3 8RN

  • 10am to 6pm on Sunday 15 May at St Mary’s Church, Acton, W3 9NW

  • 3.30 to 7pm on Monday 16, Tuesday 17, Monday 23 and Tuesday 24 May at Beaconsfield Primary School, Beaconsfield Road, Southall, UB1 1DR

  • 4pm to 7pm on Wednesday 18 and Wednesday 25 May at Northolt High School, 11 Newbury Way, Northolt UB5 4HP

  • 10am to 6pm on Saturday 21, Sunday 22, Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 May at St Mary’s Church, Acton, W3 9NW.


If you are experiencing, or have been diagnosed with, post COVID (also known as long COVID) symptoms, this site will help you manage your condition.

It contains links to supporting information about specific symptoms, answers to common questions, links to some really useful resources and includes advice and lived experiences from people with post-covid.

Coronavirus statistics

You can view the coronavirus figures for Ealing in our dashboard, which presents the numbers and rates of COVID-19 cases and deaths in the borough, as well as comparisons with North West London, London and nationally.

Caution needs to be exercised when comparing different areas, as the differences may not be statistically significant. Rates should be compared instead of raw figures for different areas.

Check the government coronavirus dashboard for the latest official figures on cases in the UK.

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