Fraher Field to be used as drive-thru test centre for Covid-19

Fraher Field in Dungarvan is the latest GAA ground to be utilised at a Covid-19 drive-thru test centre.

Fraher Field to be used as drive-thru test centre for Covid-19

Croke Park, Páirc Uí Chaoimh, LIT Gaelic Grounds, and UPMC Nowlan Park have already been established as coronavirus testing facilities, with the Cork venue the largest in the State – processing up to 1,000 people each day.

The tests are conducted by appointment only, with tests arranged by GP referral.

In Waterford, a test centre is operating at Kilcohan, with another being established at the WIT Arena.

Tipperary GAA revealed that Semple Stadium in Thurles was last week offered to the HSE as a drive-thru test centre. The HSE viewed the venue but decided it was not required “for now but may in the near future”.

Moyle Rovers GAA complex, near Clonmel, opened as a drive-thru test centre yesterday.

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