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Students living in the Princes Park area of the city are being advised that additional COVID-19 outbreak control measures have been put in place.
The action is in response to an increase in the number of confirmed infections in the ward, and the measures are intended to rapidly control the spread of the virus, protect vulnerable communities and the elderly and prevent the need for the city to go into an additional lockdown.
Public health officials have opened a pop-up walk in testing centre in Princes Park Health Centre on Bentley Road from Saturday 1st August 2020. People can drop in from 9am-4pm if they have symptoms, without the need to book an appointment.
In addition to setting up the testing centre, public health officials are putting the following measures in place which will be reviewed on 14th August 2020 and extended, if necessary.
You can find further information and updates on the Liverpool City Council Coronavirus webpages.
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