From 1 April 2022, rapid lateral flow tests (LFTs) and PCR tests at a test site or centre, will no longer be available free of charge for most people. This follows the publication of Government’s Living with Covid-19 Plan.
You should note:
- Testing guidance for England has changed
- Some people will still be eligible for free testing. GOV.UK lists the people who are still eligible for free testing.
- People with Covid-19 symptoms are expected to make a responsible decision whether they should stay at home. You can find more information about staying safe on the NHS coronavirus website.
Council service updates
The latest information on council services affected by the COVID-19 outbreak
Health and wellbeing
Latest information from the NHS and Public Health England, and how to look after you and your family's health and wellbeing
West Norfolk welcomes you back
Businesses across the borough are keen to welcome you back in a Covid-secure way.
Next round of CIL applications opens soon
Published: Wednesday, 31 May 2023
Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) applications will open on 1 July and community groups will have until 1 August to apply.Newsroom and events
Tribute to the late Honorary Alderman Nick Daubney
Published: Tuesday, 30 May 2023
Lorraine Gore, Chief Executive of the Borough Council of King's Lynn & West Norfolk, said: "It was with great sadness that we learned that Nick Daubney passed away on 29 May 2023.Newsroom and events
Stay cautious to help protect yourself and others
Coronavirus remains a serious health risk. Protect yourself and others by:
- meeting outside where possible, or opening windows during inside visits
- washing your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds with soap and water
- wearing a face covering in crowded places or on public transport