England & Wales Cricket Board: Project Screen

On-site testing for International teams

International cricket presents a unique set of conditions in the world of COVID-19 testing. The international visiting team needs to be tested at every juncture to minimise the risk of outbreak and train under closely controlled conditions.

Key stats

4 bio-secure sites live

800 tests per week

200 participants per site

Project objectives

Project Screen by Prenetics had to create a safe environment for international teams to train and play at test match locations across the country, starting with the Ageas Bowl.

The process

Semi-permanent drive-through testing stations were setup in the car parks of major cricket venues including Old Trafford and the Ageas Bowl to test venue staff and teams. Mobile testing units were also used to facilitate the ongoing testing of broadcast staff within the grounds.

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Key innovations

The RT-PCR test was used to screen for SARS-CoV-2 used in conjunction with our Digital Health Passport solution. For added security, the passport included a symptom and tracking survey.

Antigen RT-PCR test

Centralised test station

Clinical passport checkpoint


The first match against the West Indies was played on July 8th. 450 players, staff, match officials and broadcasters were successfully screened.

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"This adoption by the England & Wales Cricket Board of our Project Screen by Prenetics programme and our clinical Health Passport demonstrate how sports and other organisations can get back to work in safe and controlled circumstances."

Avi Lasarow, CEO EMEA Prenetics

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About Project Screen by Prenetics

Project Screen is an initiative created by Prenetics, a genetics company with headquarters in London and Hong Kong. Together, we can get Britain back to work.

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