How to get a test if you are displaying symptoms

If you cannot get to a test site, order a PCR home test to take at home by ordering online or by calling 119. 

OR walk-up to one of the following testing centres in Ealing and get your PCR test if you ARE displaying COVID-19 symptoms:

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

  • Featherstone Terrace Carpark, Southall, UB2 5AB

Both sites are open from 8am to 6pm. 

Gurnell Leisure Centre (29 Ruislip Rd E, London W13 0AZ) will also host a mobile testing unit that you can walk up to and get a PCR test. This is open every day in January.

Residents who have at least one of these three coronavirus symptoms should isolate immediately with the people they live with and get a COVID-19 test

  • A high temperature
  • A new continuous cough 
  • Loss or change of smell or taste.

It is vital people with symptoms are tested in the first eight days of having symptoms to help stop the spread of the virus. 

Check the locations of COVID-19 testing sites in the borough

If you cannot get to a test site, order a PCR home test to take at home by ordering online or by calling 119. 

You and your household must stay at home until you get your result. Read the advice on self-isolation.

You may be eligible for a one-off self-isolation support payment if you are on low income and receiving benefits. Find out more about the self-isolation payment before you apply online.

Ealing contact tracing

Ealing Council staff are supporting the NHS with contact tracing through telephone calls, door knocking and letters, to enable people to self-isolate when they have been in contact with an infected person. Staff will clearly identify themselves, will not ask for any money and be able to provide the last four digits of an individual’s NHS number for confirmation.