Officials have praised the response to the testing roll-out in Diss and Roydon last month, which saw eight out of ten people turn up to get tested.
Councillor Minshull also praised the "incredible" success of the rollout so far.
Staff at Diss and Long Stratton leisure centres have joined the front line in the battle against coronavirus by volunteering at a nearby hospital.
Dates and locations have been announced for testing centres in a number of towns and villages in Suffolk.
Who should get tested, how do you get tested, and everything else you need to know as surge testing in Diss and Roydon begins tomorrow.
Three testing centres are to be opened in Diss and Roydon as all residents are urged to get tested.
All residents will be asked to come for a test on Friday, irrespective of whether they are showing symptoms or not.
Figures have shown there were more businesses in Diss at the end of 2020 than there were at the beginning.
Richard Bacon has revealed plans he learned in meetings with top NHS officials.
HMRC have released the figures on how much people claimed in half-priced food in January
Pubs are fearing for their future as lockdown restrictions look to remain in place well into spring.
A Diss care home will finally be able to offer regular coronavirus tests to its residents, for the first time since the pandemic began.
What we know so far on when lockdown measures will begin to ease.
Diss residents have no had the distance to the nearest vaccination centre almost halved.
The community radio station has been rescued from the brink after securing a £2,000 grant from South Norfolk Council.
Calls for a vaccination centre in Diss continue to grow as many elderly and shielding residents remain in the dark on when they will get their jab.