WG guidelines :
Help keep Wales safe:
Anyone aged 5 and over with coronavirus symptoms should self-isolate and get a test. Coronavirus symptoms are:
Children aged 0 to 4 do not need to get tested unless advised by a doctor. They can still get a test if parents feel that this is in the best interest of the child.
Your local health board may offer you a test if you feel unwell, even if you don’t have coronavirus symptoms. Unless you develop one of the three recognised symptoms, you and your household do not have to self-isolate.
If you have coronavirus symptoms you need to take a test within the first 5 days of having symptoms as the test checks if you have coronavirus right now and not if you’ve already had the virus.
You can apply for a test for yourself or someone in your household with symptoms. This includes adults and children, including those under 5.
You will be asked to input your post code. The system will offer you appointments at the nearest testing sites with available slots.
If there are no tests available, try again later, as tests become available during the day.
Call 119 between 7am and 11pm (calls are free).
If you have hearing or speech difficulties: call 18001119.
This service is available to help you book a test, but it cannot provide clinical advice.
It is available for support throughout the testing process. It offers support in up to 650 languages, including British Sign Language (BSL).