Tottenham are the first Premier League club to host a coronavirus testing operation at their stadium.
A Covid-19 testing and swabbing operation began at the 62,000- seater stadium late recently, while it opened its doors to clients after being changed into a center for the NHS on Tuesday.
The stadium’s basement car park is being utilized as a website for drive- through tests for North Middlesex University Health center personnel, their dependants and households.
The Other Day, our stadium opened its doors to clients of @NorthMidNHS Women’s Outpatient Solutions.
The center will run Monday to Saturday and will see up to 70 clients check out every day, maximizing capability at the healthcare facility itself to reward clients with COVID-19 signs. pic.twitter.com/d0xAK9DcuS
— Tottenham Hotspur (at) (@SpursOfficial) April 15, 2020
There will be up to 70 tests performed daily, with 10 nurses on the website in between 10 am-2pm 5 days a week.
Spurs’ new home has actually been been repurposed and fitted out to home clients of North Middlesex Health center’s Women’s Outpatient Solutions, assisting keep pregnant women far from the healthcare facility and maximizing space for the treatment of Covid-19
The club’s media coffee shop, away dressing space, NFL dressing space, flash interview spaces and interview space are all now being utilized by NHS personnel to deal with up to 70 clients daily.