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Get tested for coronavirus on campus in Aalborg

Get tested for coronavirus on campus in Aalborg

On Thursday and Friday, the North Denmark Region will be on the Aalborg East campus with a mobile Covid-19 test centre. If you have no symptoms, you can get tested for coronavirus at the centre without an appointment.

Text: Trine Kristensen, AAU Communication
Graphics: Søren Emil Søe Degn, AAU Communication
Translation: LeeAnn Iovanni, AAU Communication

You now have the opportunity to get tested for coronavirus on campus in Aalborg East. In conjunction with the North Denmark Region, AAU has set up a mobile test centre.

The test centre is targeted to students, both from AAU and other educational institutions in the area, but staff members may also get tested.

You may only get tested in the mobile test centre if you do not have symptoms. If you have symptoms, do not show up at the test centre. You should instead contact your doctor for a referral for testing.

University director: The test centre is a great idea

- A mobile test centre at AAU is a great idea. We want to be able to maintain in-person teaching as much as possible, and a prerequisite for that is of course that we avoid massive outbreaks of infection, both among students and staff. So you can spend part of your study- or workday being tested in the mobile test centre, says University Director Antonino Castrone.

Time and place

  • The test centre is located at Fredrik Bajers Vej 7A, 9220 Aalborg Øst - Room 1-103.
  • You can get tested on Thursday 8 October and Friday 9 October – both days between 9.00 and 16.00.
  • The test is done without an appointment – you just show up. Remember to bring your health insurance card.

There may be some waiting time, especially when it first opens in the morning, so please wait until a little later in the day to show up for testing.

Remember to keep a good distance from others in the queue when you show up at the test centre.

You can find the answer to your test on sundhed.dk within 72 hours.

Find out more about the mobile test centre on the North Denmark Region homepage (in Danish only)