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Free COVID-19 Testing Locations

Do you want to get tested for COVID-19 but aren’t sure where to go? Many free testing sites are currently offered across the state.

We’ve put together a list of sites where you can get tested. Be sure to check out their links for testing times and dates.

Charter Oak Health Center
http://thecharteroak.org/covid-19

Community Health and Wellness Center of Greater Torrington
http://www.chwctorr.org/

Community Health Center, Inc.
https://www.chc1.com/covid-19-testing/

Connecticut Institute for Communities
https://www.ct-institute.org/covid-19-testing

Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center
https://cornellscott.org/

Fair Haven Community Health Care
https://www.fhchc.org/coronavirus

Family Centers Health Care
https://www.familycenters.org/FamilyCentersHealthCare

First Choice Health Centers
https://www.firstchc.org/free-covid-19-community-testing/

Generations Health Care
https://www.genhealth.org/covid-19-testing

Intercommunity Health Care
https://www.intercommunityct.org/2020/06/08/coronavirus-testing-for-adults-and-children

Norwalk Community Health Center
https://www.norwalkchc.org/

Optimus Health Care
http://optimushealthcare.org/opthc/wp-content/uploads/Pop-up-Testing-Schedule.htm

Southwest Community Health Center
http://www.swchc.org/testing/

StayWell Health Center
https://www.staywellhealth.org/for-patients/coronavirus-testing

UCFS Healthcare
https://www.ucfs.org/covid-19/

Wheeler Clinic
https://www.wheelerclinic.org/covidtesting  

Yale New Haven Healthhttps://covidtesting.ynhhs.org/

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