As the situation with COVID-19 continues to change, it’s important that you do what you can to keep yourself and your family healthy. The resources that follow can help you stay up-to-date on the most recent guidelines for protecting your family from the virus and its new variants.

If you have symptoms of COVID-19 (sore throat, fever, cough, shortness of breath):

  • We urge you to contact your PCP to seek treatment.
  • If you don’t have a PCP, or if your PCP isn’t available, you can go to an urgent care clinic or a walk-in medical center. To find a clinic or medical center near you, review this list.
  • If you would like to speak with a nurse about your symptoms, call the HUSKY Health Nurse Helpline at 1.800.859.9889 and follow the prompts to talk to a nurse who will answer your questions.

If you're experiencing long-term effects after getting COVID-19, it's important to contact your PCP. To help you make the most of the appointment with your provider, download this document.

Who is eligible to get the vaccine?

One way to help keep your family protected from the virus is to get vaccinated. Everyone six months and older can be vaccinated in Connecticut. The vaccine is free, and you don't need to show an ID or proof of insurance. There are many places where you can get the vaccine – your primary care provider’s (PCP) office, local pharmacies, or at a vaccine clinic.

More Information

To search for the best location for you to get the vaccine, click here.

You can also text your zip code to GETVAX (438829) for details about clinics in your area. You'll also receive a phone number to call to get help with travel, childcare, and more.

If you develop symptoms, it’s important to get tested right away.

Check here for testing site locations:
COVID-19 testing sites.

Guidelines for quarantine and isolation

What should you do if you are exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19? How long should you isolate from others if you or a family member tests positive? For guidance on when you should stay home and when you should isolate from others, review these guidelines from the CDC.

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