All those who cannot work from home are being encouraged to access lateral flow self-test kits.
The rapid coronavirus testing kits for people who are not displaying symptoms of the virus are available to collect from local test sites across North Wales.
From Monday 26 April, tests can be delivered to peoples homes by ordering from the Welsh Government.
The tests are easy to use and can give results in 30 minutes. It is hoped that improving their availability will make regular asymptomatic testing for coronavirus more convenient and accessible for people not covered under existing schemes at workplaces, childcare settings, schools, colleges and universities.
As many as 1 in 3 people may have COVID-19 without displaying symptoms which means asymptomatic testing is an important means to keep people safe as restrictions are gradually eased.
It’s important that even those who’ve had the vaccine take use the tests twice a week as they could still carry the virus and pass it on to others.
Regular asymptomatic testing is currently offered to the following groups and they should continue to access their tests as they do now:
From Monday 26 April, tests can be delivered to people's homes by ordering from the Welsh Government.
From collection sites, each person will routinely be able to collect two packs of seven LFD self-test kits. It is recommended that tests are undertaken twice a week with the results recorded on the UK Government portal.
For details of the local testing sites, please select your nearest centre from the list below.