10/06/20 update – With rates of COVID infection currently on the rise in Southeastern Connecticut, the State is working with LLHD and community partners to offer free PCR testing in a variety of locations. The testing sites listed here are open to everyone – you do not need to be experiencing symptoms or have a doctor’s order and you can get tested as often as you want. Children can be tested as long as a parent/guardian is with them to provide consent. There is no fee and your insurance will not be billed. Everyone is welcome and while some sites offer pre-registration it is not required at any of the sites listed in this table. Results typically take 24-72 hours depending on the testing provider. Please contact Deputy Director Jennifer Muggeo at 860.910.0386 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Testing Dates and Locations
- Monday through Friday until further notice – Community Health Center, 1 Shaws Cove, New London – 8:30am-4pm
- Monday through Friday until further notice – Community Health Center, 481 Gold Star Hwy, Groton – 8:30am-4pm
- Tuesday, October 20 – Two Trees Inn, 240 Indiantown Rd, Ledyard – 9am-1pm
- Wednesday, October 21 – Alliance For Living, 154 Broad Street, New London – 9am-1pm
- Wednesday, October 21 – East Lyme Middle School, 31 Society Rd, Niantic – 1pm-5pm
- Thursday, October 22 -Two Trees Inn, 240 Indiantown Rd, Ledyard – 2pm-7pm
- Thursday, October 22 – Shiloh Baptist Church, 1 Garvin St, New London – 3:30pm-5:30pm
- Friday, October 23 – Gordon Court, 40 Gordon Court, New London – 9am-1pm
- Saturday, October 24 – Riozzi Court, 27 Riozzi Court, New London – 9am-1pm
- Saturday, October 24 – Waterford High School, 20 Rope Ferry Rd, Waterford – 10am-2pm
- Sunday, October 25 – Wheeler Middle High School, 297 Norwich-Westerly Road North Stonington – 10am-2pm
Looking for testing in Norwich and surrounding areas? Check Uncas Health District for testing events in the northern part of New London County.
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- COVID-19 Situation in the Ledge Light Health District
- 2-1-1 Connecticut: Individuals who have general questions that are not answered on the website can also call 2-1-1 for assistance.
- YNHH: Yale New Haven Health
- CTDPH: Connecticut Department of Public Health
- CDC: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- FEMA: Federal Emergency Management Agency
- NIH – National Institute of Health