Do you need to get tested for COVID-19?
- Do you have COVID-19 symptoms?
- Have you been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19?
- Do not have symptoms but need testing to return to work or school?
Where can you get tested?
Due to decreased demand, the community testing tent and respiratory illness clinic for patients with COVID-19 symptoms has closed as of August 13, 2022. However, there are still many options for APD patients and the general public to secure testing for COVID-19.
New Hampshire residents:
- The New Hampshire COVID-19 Response website provides information about community-based locations across New Hampshire.
- Call the 211 state hotline.
- The Vermont Department of Health provides information on where to get tested and how to register.
- Call 211 or (866) 652-4636 toll-free in Vermont, or (802) 652-4636 from outside of Vermont.
Where can I get a PCR test done?
- ClearChoiceMD in Lebanon, NH.
- Springfield Health Center in Springfield, VT.
- ClearChoiceMD in Rutland, VT.
- White River Junction VA Medical Center in Hartford, VT.
- Urgent Care at Valley Regional Hospital in Claremont, NH.
- CVS Pharmacy in Claremont, NH.
At-home antigen testing
COVID-19 at-home antigen tests are diagnostic tests that are approved by the FDA with Emergency Use Authorization. You can purchase these tests at pharmacies and other locations and test yourself for the COVID-19 antigen.
Antigen tests detect the presence of the COVID-19 virus, but they are less sensitive than PCR tests.
- If you have COVID-19 symptoms and a negative home antigen test result, you can schedule a confirmation PCR test.
- If you have a positive home antigen test result, you do not need to schedule a confirmatory PCR test.
Free at-home tests
You can order 4 free at-home (antigen) COVID-19 tests from the federal government.
Where can I get antigen testing done aside from home kits?
If you test positive
If you test positive for COVID-19, you should stay home. Most people with COVID-19 have mild illness and can recover at home without medical care. Learn more about symptoms and when to seek medical care.