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Where to pick up at-home tests issued by Connecticut health officials – News 12 Connecticut


Dec 30, 2021, 2:48amUpdated 5h ago

By: News 12 Staff

UPDATE: Gov. Lamont announces says a shipment of at-home COVID-19 tests was delivered to New Britain Friday morning. We will update with information on distribution as it comes in.

Connecticut municipalities are expected to distribute at home tests. Below is a compilation of some of the places where you can get yours when the shipment comes in. In most towns, tests will be given on a first come first served basis. 

Please contact your town for more information:


Bridgeport will distribute test to kits to residents and partner agencies. The dates for distribution is pending as updates from the State of Connecticut indicate a delay in delivery.

The city will also have a Drive Thru and Walk Up Testing Kit site at the Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater parking lot. Registrants will receive 1 Kit per Walk Up, 2 Kits per Drive Thru vehicle. The date for the drive through has not been determined yet.

Bridgeport residents in need of a Take Home Test Kit MUST register with the city’s Office of Emergency Management beginning Dec. 29. CLICK HERE to register. Residents can also call 203-579-3829 and leave a message. Please include your name and phone number within the voicemail to ensure call back and preliminary registration info. COVID testing continues to be available at multiple locations throughout Bridgeport – a complete list of locations can be found at GetTestedBPT.comBrookfield
Brookfield High School
Kits will be distributed on a first come, first served basis and proof of Brookfield residence is required.
Click here for more information or any changes.Darien
Darien High School
A limit of two kits per household will be imposed. Availability is on a first come, first served basis and proof of residency is required.
Vehicles must enter from Noroton Ave. and exit from Nutmeg Lane.
Click here for more information.

Kits will be distributed at two locations:

–The Greenwich Senior Center via the rear entrance on Bruce Place for town residents who are at least 60 years old.

–Grass Island Park, Shore Road.

All participants will be required to show proof of residency.

Samuel Staples Elementary School – Rear parking lot
Enter at the main entrance on Morehouse Road and proceed to rear of building
Please wear a mask.
Proof of residency required
Two test kits per person.
CLICK HERE for more information

Bigelow Center 
Test kits are for residents 65-years-old and older.
They will be made available while supplies last for residents who are symptomatic or have a known exposure to someone who tested positive.
Test kits will be limited to two per household.
If you are a Fairfield resident who is 65 or older, symptomatic or have a known exposure to someone who tested positive and are unable to attend the distribution at the middle school.

Roger Ludlowe Middle School, with all traffic entering at 440 Mill Plain Road, adjacent to Sturges Park.

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