People in Jersey who have worked away from their home five or more times during lockdown can now be tested for free to see if they have had coronavirus.
The government is running the essential worker antibody survey to get a better understanding of how many people in the island have already had Covid-19 and developed the antibodies to it.
They are particularly keen to hear from people working in agriculture, cleaning, construction, education, freight, healthcare, utilities, public services, retail and voluntary services.
Those taking the test do not need to seek permission from their employer before booking an appointment.
The antibody test involves taking a finger-prick blood sample, and results will be available within 15 minutes.
Anybody testing positive for IgM, one of the two antibodies being measured, will also be offered a swab test to see if they currently have Covid-19 and advised to go home and self-isolate.
This programme is in addition to the essential worker PCR testing, where eligible workers can also make an appointment for a swab test at one of two testing sites, at Five Oaks and by the airport.
You can find out about both programmes and book appointments here.