"An average day at the Napier centre sees 70 to 100 people arrive to be tested for Covid-19.
Staff remain on their feet all day and cannot sit or touch any surface to prevent the virus lingering on their Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) should a test come back positive.
As the testing centres were outside, the medical team were working in the freezing cold or the blistering heat, depending on the mood of the weather.
The atmosphere in the first few days was so heavy you could almost see it...."
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