Booking for asymptomatic testing has been delayed and will be open later today. We will send an email update when the system is live.

Booking will be live on the following sites:

Bay Campushttps://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/asymptomatic-testing-tickets-130682130771

Singleton Campushttps://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/asymptomatic-testing-tickets-130680911123

If you have any questions, concerns or access requirements please contact MyUniSupport@swansea.ac.uk for more guidance.

For a full list of FAQs please see our dedicated web pages.

 

 

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Asymptomatic Covid-19 Testing Update 24.11.20: We are pleased to announce we have been given permission to run asymptomatic Covid-19 testing facilities on both campuses between the 2nd and 9th December.

You are encouraged to undertake testing (ideally two tests three days apart) before travelling home from Swansea University to avoid transmitting the virus if you are asymptomatic (not displaying symptoms).  Details about how to book a test will be shared soon.  (more…)

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Swansea Council’s Cabinet has agreed to offer new support to help Wales National Pool Swansea through the Covid-19 crisis.

The backing will help ensure Wales’ national centre for swimming excellence is able to continue providing services to elite swimmers and community users alike.

The pool is operated by Swansea University and funded jointly by the University and Swansea Council. Both organisations will be contributing to its upkeep during the pandemic.

Read more here.

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Until 8pm

Tues – Bratwurst and a pint £6

Wed – 4 pints for £10

Thurs – 2 for 1 cocktails

Fri – 4 spirits for £10

Sat – 5 VKs for £10.

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11:08 AM

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Woman wearing a face maskMay I remind you that face masks must be worn by staff and students, unless they have a strong reason not to wear one:

  • When moving around campus, particularly within buildings. Outside areas where people are spread out are less of an issue, but masks and coverings are still a sensible precaution when moving around outside.
  • When in enclosed areas, such as shops, food outlets and reception areas in teaching spaces, labs and offices where social distancing is difficult.

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