LLHD continues to work with testing provider partners and the State Department of Public Health to improve access to testing. We have established weekly testing site in New London and Groton as listed below. No appointment is necessary. Insurance will be billed but there will be no charge for people without insurance. Testing is provided by Sema4 and results will be available from them in approximately 48 hours.
*Every Tuesday, 3-7pm – City of Groton Municipal Building, 295 Meridian St., Groton
*Every Wednesday, 8-11am, Waterford Public Library, 49 Rope Ferry Rd, Waterford
*Every Thursday, 4-7pm, Stonington Human Services, 166 S Broad St, Pawcatuck
*Every Friday, noon-5pm – New London Senior Center, corner of Brainard and Mercer, New London
If you are looking for your test results from these sites, please check your email (including your ‘junk’ box) for a link from Sema4. If you cannot find the email you can contact Sema4 at 1.800.298.6470, option 2.
To find another COVID-19 testing location near you, visit United Way 211 (211ct.org). Please review the details posted for each location to understand site specific requirements for scheduling and insurance.
For people without insurance and for people without documentation: there are local testing providers participating in a federal program to cover the costs of tests for people without insurance. This includes Sema4- who does the testing in New London on Fridays as well as some retail pharmacies. While the provider might ask for your social security number, driver’s license or state identification you are not required to provide any form of identification and they cannot bill you. This only applies to providers who are participating in the federal Health Resources and Services Administration program.
- Learn more about COVID-19 Testing
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- 2-1-1 Connecticut: Individuals who have general questions that are not answered on the website can also call 2-1-1 for assistance.
- CTDPH: Connecticut Department of Public Health
- CDC: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- FEMA: Federal Emergency Management Agency
- NIH – National Institute of Health