Connecticut COVID-19 Response
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Cost-Free State-Supported COVID Testing Sites1/17/2023
Access cost-free COVID testing at one of the state-supported testing sites listed below.
Where do I go to get tested for COVID-19? How do I know if I should be tested?5/3/2022
Here are the most updated listings of testing locations in CT
How to Pay for COVID-19 Test Kits - Health Insurance, HSA and FSA4/13/2022
Other ways to have your COVID-19 test kits paid for
What is the Current Quarantine Guidance During COVID-191/21/2022
If you have a known exposure to someone with COVID-19, you should take the following steps.
Will my Self-Test Work if I'm Vaccinated? Can it Detect Variants?1/4/2022
Your self-test will work if you're vaccinated, and even work if you don't feel sick.
Self-testing is a way of protecting yourself and your close friends, family, and colleagues.
What do Self-Test Results mean?1/4/2022
COVID-19 self-tests may yield either positive or negative results
How is Connecticut making sure I have full access to COVID-19 testing?6/8/2020
In addition to the Connecticut State Public Health Laboratory, private companies like Quest Diagnostics, LabCorp, and Jackson Labs have recently been approved to conduct COVID-19 testing.
I have symptoms of Coronavirus, but I can't get to a testing site.4/21/2020
If you are sick with symptoms of COVID-19 and cannot be tested, you should assume you have COVID-19. You should stay home until the following three criteria are met . . .
How much does it cost to be tested for COVID-19?4/6/2020
No, there is no cost to be tested for COVID-19. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act guarantees all Americans can receive free coronavirus testing.