21. May 2021 | kl. 12:15

Test center opening hours

These are the test centre opening hours. Opening hours may be extended temporarily in connection with an increased need for testing.

An overview of the regular opening hours is listed below. You can also find available times by pressing "COVID-19: getting tested" below, then choose location.

Here are the opening hours:

Eystara bryggja í Havn (Eystara bryggja 20)

Monday kl. 5-6pm

Tuesday kl. 8-9pm

Wednesday kl. 10-11(12)am

Thursday kl. 5-6(7)pm

Friday kl. 7.30-8.30pm

Saturday kl. 4.30-5.30pm

Sunday kl. 2-4pm

 

Faktorsvegi í Klaksvík (Faktorsvegur 8)

Monday kl. 8-9am

Wednesday kl. 8-9am

Friday kl. 8-9am

 

Trongisvági við Skúlan (Smærugøta 11)

Monday kl. 8-10am

Wednesday 8-10am

Friday 9-12am

 

Testing is free of charge. 

Those wishing to be tested in Klaksvík, Tórshavn, and Tvøroyri are required to pre-register here or book a time slot on 304545. Telephone opening hours are Monday to Friday from 2 pm to 4 pm.

Once you have registered, you will receive a notification by phone and email, which you are asked to show on arrival. 

To avoid long queues, it is important to show up at the agreed time.

COVID-19: getting tested

 

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