Nuneaton and Bedworth’s leisure centres are to launch the NHS track and trace system for its users.

Everyone Active has said that customers should beware that, as of tomorrow (September 24) they will be operating NHS Test and Trace

This will be at all leisure centres, including the Pingles Leisure Centre in Nuneaton and Bedworth Leisure Centre, the partially open Etone Leisure Centre and also the Jubilee.



How it will work

  • Customers, one person from a group of up to six people, will be asked to provide their name and contact details via the NHS COVID-19 mobile phone app.
  • When visiting the centres, pepole¬† will need to scan the NHS QR posters located at the entrance and within key areas of the building using the app.
  • Upon scanning,they will be asked to provide their name and contact details so they can be notified if they have been exposed to the virus
  • Records will be kept for 21 days by Everyone Active and who reserve the right to provide the data to NHS Test and Trace if requested.

This service is a legal requirement by all leisure centres and is seen as essential to help reduce the spread of the virus.

The announcement comes after the Prime Minister unveiled strict new restrictions last night (September 22).

Boris Johnson addressed the nation on Tuesday night to outline the new lockdown measures to tackle the sharp rise in coronavirus cases.

The Prime Minister spoke during a live televised broadcast at 8pm.

Read here for the nine things banned under the new restrictions.

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