Protect your loved ones – Get a test

More than 60,000 local residents and frontline workers have now taken a rapid Covid-19 test at one of our many testing centres in Hammersmith & Fulham.

This means we can better identify even more people without symptoms who might have the virus, and help you protect your family, friends and colleagues.

You can walk into any of these local sites for a free, rapid Covid-19 test without a booking:

  • H&F Council, 145 King Street, Hammersmith, W6 9JT
    Weekdays - 9am to 6pm
    Weekends - 9.30am to 5.30pm
    H&F Council at 145 King Street on Google Maps
    Parking zone A
  • Westfield Shopping Centre
    Opening at midday on 12 April
    Unit 2122 Westfield London Shopping Centre
    London W12 7GF
    Nearest entrances to Westfield are on Wood Lane
    Weekdays and Saturday, 10am to 6pm, Sunday 12noon to 5pm
    Westfield testing unit on Google map
  • Hurlingham Pavillion
    Opening at midday on 12 April
    Hurlingham Park, Hurlingham Road, Fulham, London SW6 3RH
    Weekdays (except Fridays) 10am to 6pm
    Hurlingham Park Pavillion on Google map
  • Holy Innocents Church in Paddenswick Road, Hammersmith W6
    Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
    9:30am to 6pm

Or you can book a test at one of the testing centres

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Image caption: Photo 2: Holy Innocents Church in Paddenswick Road

VIDEO: How do the rapid Covid-19 tests work?

“Getting a test will help protect people around us and control the spread of the disease,” said Dr Nicola Lang, Director of Public Health at H&F Council.

The NHS says one in three people with the virus have no symptoms and act as “Silent Spreaders” in the home and in the community.

Those testing positive are obliged to isolate and can take advantage of financial support.

If you can’t book online or need assistance, just call the H&F Community Aid Network (CAN) on Freephone 0800 145 6095. CAN is open from 8am to 6pm, Monday to Sunday.

£500 self-isolation grants

If you’re worried about making ends meet after testing positive for Covid and being asked to self-isolate, you can apply for a one-off self-isolation payment of £500.

More about self-isolation payments