Connecticut COVID-19 Response
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If you have a known exposure to someone with COVID-19, you should take the following steps.
Get the latest CDC guidance and CT DPH recommendations on employee COVID-19 testing after a COVID-19 exposure.
Here are the most updated listings of testing locations in CT
Connecticut specifically tracks Coronavirus cases in nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
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.
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 . . .
My symptoms feel like a normal flu (or I have no symptoms at all). But I still want to be tested for Covid-19. Are healthcare providers tracking that I requested testing, and will I be able to get testing for the Coronavirus in the future?
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.