Beginning Nov. 20, 2023, every U.S. household can again place an order to receive four more free COVID-19 rapid tests delivered to their home by visiting If you did not order tests this fall, you may place two orders for a total of eight tests. Additionally, before you discard any “expired” test kits you have, please check here to see if the expiration dates of your COVID-19 tests have been extended.

Asthma Reports

Burden of Asthma in Connecticut Surveillance reports, are comprehensive reports that utilized a variety of data sources, including Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Hospitalization data, Emergency Department (ED) visit data, Mortality data, School-based asthma surveillance data, Medicaid managed care data, Work-related asthma data and Connecticut Death Registry data.  Statistics on asthma prevalence, hospitalization, emergency department visit, and mortality are regularly updated and can be accessed from the Statistics webpage.

The Burden of Asthma in Connecticut – 2012 Surveillance Report 

The Burden of Asthma in Connecticut – 2008 Surveillance Report

School-based Asthma Surveillance Reports

Pursuant to Connecticut General Statute (CGS§ 10-206), the Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) Asthma Program has established a statewide School-based Asthma Surveillance System (SBASS) based on the school Health Assessment Record (HAR).


Back to Asthma Program Homepage