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    Covid-19: Where to get tested in Brussels

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    As many people need to or want to get tested for Covid-19, here’s a comprehensive list of the possibilities to do so in Brussels, depending on whether or not you’re experiencing symptoms, and whether or not you have a prescription or an SMS code.

    Anderlecht (1070)
    If you have a doctor’s prescription and are symptomatic, you can get tested at the Erasmus Hospital, situated at Route de Lennik 808.
    This hospital will also test asymptomatic people with a prescription or SMS code.
    You can also get tested there without a prescription or an SMS code.

    Auderghem (1160)
    Symptomatic people with a doctor’s prescription can get tested at the Hankar Medical Centre at Rue Gustave-Jean Leclercq 3.
    This centre will also test asymptomatic people with a prescription or SMS code.
    People without a prescription or SMS can get tested there as well.

    Berchem-Sainte-Agathe (1082)
    People in Berchem-Sainte-Agathe with a prescription and who are symptomatic can get tested at Synlab, located at Rue des Soldats 40.
    This testing centre also tests asymptomatic people who have a prescription or SMS.
    People without a prescription or SMS code can also get tested there.

    Brussels (1000)
    If you have a doctor’s prescription and are symptomatic, you can get a coronavirus test at the Clinique Saint-Jean at Rue du Marais 104 or at CHU Saint-Pierre, Rue Haute 290.
    Clinique Saint-Jean will also test asymptomatic people with a prescription or an SMS. You can also go to Centre Médical Chartreux, at Rue des Chartreux 69.
    Both the Clinique Saint-Jean and the Chartreux centre will also test people without a prescription or an SMS code.

    Etterbeek (1040)
    In Etterbeek, symptomatic people with a prescription can get tested at the St-Michel site of Cliniques de l’Europe, at Rue de Linthout 150.

    Evere (1140)
    Asymptomatic people with a prescription or an SMS code can get tested at Synlab Evere at Avenue Henry Dunant 25.
    People without a prescription or SMS can also get tested at Sylab Evere.

    Forest (1190)
    People in Forest with a doctor’s prescription and who are symptomatic can get tested at Hôpital Iris Sud Molière, located at Avenue Molière 32, or at the Walk-in LBS, at Chaussée d’Alsemberg 196.
    If you are asymptomatic and you have a prescription or an SMS code, you can also get tested at Walk-in LBS.

    Ganshoren (1083)
    If you have a prescription and are symptomatic, you can get tested in Ganshoren at Synlab Goffaux, Avenue de Jette 287.
    Asymptomatic people with a prescription or SMS code can also get tested at Synlab Goffaux.
    The lab will also test people without a prescription or SMS code.

    Ixelles (1050)
    In Ixelles, if you have a doctor’s prescription and are symptomatic, you can get a coronavirus test at Solbosch Synlab, located at Avenue Adolphe Buyl 110A.
    This lab will also test asymptomatic people with a prescription or SMS.
    People without a prescription or SMS code can get tested at Solbosch Synlab as well.

    Laeken (1020)
    In Laeken, symptomatic people with a doctor’s prescription can get tested at the Victor Horta site of CHU Brugmann, located at Avenue Rommelaere, 14, or at the Cliniques Universitaires Saint-Luc at Avenue Hippocrate 10.
    CHU Brugmann will also test those who are asymptomatic but have a prescription or SMS code.
    People without a prescription or SMS code can also go to CHU Brugmann.

    Molenbeek-Saint-Jean (1080)
    If you have a doctor’s prescription and are symptomatic, you can get tested at the LBS drive-in located at Boulevard de l’Humanité 116, or at the Centre Pour les Molenbeekois, at Chaussée de Ninove 100.
    Both of these centres will also test people who are asymptomatic and have a prescription or SMS.
    People without a prescription or SMS code can get tested at Centre Médical 1080, at Boulevard du Jubilé 73.

    Schaerbeek (1030)
    If you need to get tested in Schaerbeek, you have a doctor’s prescription and are symptomatic, you can do so at the Paul Brien site of CHU Brugmann, at Rue du Foyer Schaerbeekois 36, or at Centre Médical Albert II (Synlab), located at Boulevard du Roi Albert II.
    Both centres will also test asymptomatic people if they have a prescription or a QR code.
    Centre Médical Albert II will also test people without a prescription or a QR code, and so will CHU Brugmann’s Paul Brien site.

    Uccle (1180)
    If you have a doctor’s prescription and are symptomatic, you can get tested at the Centre de prélèvements LIMS, located at Avenue Brugmann 423, or at Xavier de Bue (Synlab), situated at Rue Xavier De Bue 15. Alternatively, testing is also possible at the Ste-Elisabeth site of Cliniques de l’Europe, at Avenue De Fré 206.
    If you are asymptomatic, but you do have a prescription or an SMS code, you can get tested at LIMS or Synlab, both mentioned above.
    LIMS will also test people without a prescription or SMS, as will the centre at Xavier De Bue.

    Watermael-Boitsfort (1170)
    Symptomatic people with a doctor’s prescription can get tested for coronavirus at Caracovid (IBC), at Chaussée de la Hulpe 171.
    This centre will also test asymptomatic people with a prescription or an SMS code. Asymptomatic people can also go to SOS Infirmiers at Rue Middelbourg 106.
    Testing is also possible without a prescription or an SMS code at SOS Infirmiers. Caracovid will also test people without prescription or SMS code.

    Woluwe-Saint-Lambert (1200)
    If you are symptomatic and have a prescription, you can get tested for the new coronavirus at Espace Santé Globulis, situated at Chaussée de Stockel 245.
    Asymptomatic people with a prescription or an SMS can get tested here as well. Alternatively, you can go to the Centre Thiry, located at Avenue Marcel Thiry 216.
    Centre Thiry will also test people without a prescription or an SMS code.

    Jason Spinks
    The Brussels Times