Where Can I Get Tested?
There are many COVID-19 Testing Sites and Locations below.
Help Stop the Spread. Get Tested.
This site gives you information as to if you need a COVID-19 test. You can register for a test at the locations they have listed to get a test. Once registered you can sign-up for a time slot. Once you've had a test you will get your results via email or the website.
Not all locations are listed on this site. For additional locations, see the information listed below.
FREE Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing
UCFS HEALTHCARE TESTING TIMES AND LOCATIONS
Norwich and Griswold
Beginning Monday, November 9 UCFS will no longer require pre-made appointment-based COVID-19 Testing
The Edward & Mary Lord Family Health Center
47 Town Street, Norwich
9am - 11am
Testing conducted Monday - Friday
no appointment necessary
Griswold Health Center
226 East Main Street, Griswold
9am - 11am
Testing conducted on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday
No appointment necessary
Testing is based on a first come first serve basis.
Testing may conclude earlier than advertised based on supplies and resources.
Help Stop the Spread. Get Tested
COVID-19 Testing Available in CT
Testing is available in many locations throughout Connecticut.
Anyone experiencing symptoms should contact their primary care provider.
Anyone who does not have a primary care provider should call 2-1-1
or visit the CT Testing Locator to locate the nearest testing site.
More Information about Testing
Testing for COVID-19
Getting tested for COVID-19, and getting the next steps if you test positive can save lives. It can protect your health and the health of your family, friends, neighbors, and many others.
Guidance from health care experts suggests you get tested regularly, even without symptoms, if you’re living in some of our most populated cities and towns, especially if you live in close proximity to others.
Visit ct.gov/prioritytesting to find a free testing site near you.
COVID-19 Contact Tracing
If you test positive, you can expect a call from a contact tracer, and to have a detailed conversation with them about who you have been in contact with. Conversations with contact tracers can save lives, and stop the spread of COVID-19. Calls from a contact tracer will show up on your phone as CTCOVIDTRACE, or maybe from your local health department. You should know that your personal health information will be protected in this process.
Contact tracers will not ask you to call a “1-900” or “900” number, will not contact you via social media, and will not ask you for financial information.
If you need support finding resources for you and your family during the COVID-19 pandemic, dial 2-1-1, or visit 211ct.org.
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For Contact Information & Directions For All Locations
Norwich (main location), Jewett City, Lebanon, and Montville
401 W. Thames Street, Suite 106
Norwich, CT 06360
Park in the back of the Campbell Building
Enter through Credit Union entrance
Norwich Area Testing
|Backus Hospital @ Dodd Stadium, 14 Stott Avenue– Walk up / Drive thru||Mon-Sun||8 AM – 4 PM||No||All ages|
|UCFS – Edward & Mary Lord Foundation, 47 Town Street, Norwich||Mon-Fri||9 AM – 11 PM||No
|UCFS – 226 E Main St., Griswold||Mon
|9 AM – 11 AM||No
|Greenville Drug Store, 213 Central Avenue, Norwich||Mon-Fri||10 AM – 2 PM||Yes
|PhysicianOne Urgent Care, 607 West Main Street, Norwich||Mon-Fri
|8 AM – 8 PM
9 AM – 5 PM
9 AM – PM
|Hartford HealthCare, 624 W Main St., Ste 140, Norwich||Mon-Fri
|8 AM – 8 PM
9 AM – 5 PM
|CVS Pharmacy, 2005 Norwich-NL Tpke, Uncasville||Yes
|CVS Pharmacy, 1657 Route 12,Gales Ferry||Yes