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List of COVID testing kit distributions by town in Connecticut

Distribution of the kits and N95 masks is ongoing statewide. Towns and cities will be added to the list as info is released.

HARTFORD, Conn. — As Connecticut continues efforts to curb rising COVID-19 cases amid the Delta and Omicron variants, the state is set to distribute three million COVID-19 at-home rapid tests, and six million N95 masks.

Distribution of the kits was scheduled to begin on Thursday, Dec. 30, and is expected to run through the following week.

The state experienced order issues last week, which postponed a few distribution events. But, between Dec. 31 and Jan. 3, the state has distributed 575,040 tests to communities across Connecticut. The state received over one million tests in the past day and millions more are on the way, Gov. Ned Lamont said Monday evening. Over 3 million N95 masks have been distributed to local communities for them to give to their residents.

RELATED: Millions of masks, rapid at-home tests to be delivered throughout state: Lamont

If you're looking for your town's plan for distributing the test kits, that information can be found here, as it released by officials.

You can also click here for a list of some testing locations across the state.


The Town of Burlington has N95 masks available for distribution while supplies last. Citizens may pick up these masks from Town Hall during normal business hours, or after hours during scheduled meeting and events.


The Town of Hamden has COVID self-test kits and KN95 masks available for Hamden residents at the Keefe Community Center and Elderly Services by appointment only, during normal business hours, Monday - Friday 8:30am-4:30pm:

Keefe Community Center, 11 Pine St: 203-562-5129 ext. 1110

Elderly Services, 2901 Dixwell Ave: 203-287-2547*

*Elderly Services is servicing Hamden Seniors (60+) exclusively

Appointments will be accepted starting Tuesday, January 18th during normal business hours, 8:30am – 4:30pm. Offices are closed Monday, January 17th in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

Prior to arriving to Keefe Community Center or Elderly Services, please schedule an appointment during normal business hours to pick up your test kits and/or masks.

For further information, please contact Acting Deputy Chief of Staff, Alexa M. Panayotakis, at (203) 287-7009 or by email at apanayotakis@hamden.com

Rocky Hill

Rocky Hill will be distributing COVID 19 – N-95 Masks and self-test kits on Saturday, January 22nd from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm located at the Elm Ridge Park. The town will distribute a maximum of five (5) mask’s per car and a maximum of two (2) test kits per car while supplies last. Proof of Rocky Hill residency is required, NO exceptions.


The City of Middletown will be holding a drive-through N95 mask giveaway at the Middletown High School on Saturday, January 22nd from 12:00 – 2:00 PM or while supplies last. Middletown High School is located at 200 LaRosa Lane in Middletown. Proof of Middletown residency is required (Government issued ID or mail with city address)


At-home test kits and N95 masks will now be on Jan. 22 from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Alumni Road. It was postponed from Jan. 15 due to the frigid wind chill.

Vehicles must enter at the Willard Avenue and Alumni Road intersection. No entry is permitted from Cedar Street.

One test kit per vehicle. Must bring proof of residency. You will be turned away if you line up early.

Newington will prioritize distribution of test kits and masks to vulnerable populations including, but not limited to, persons who live in congregate housing and persons who have physical, mental or intellectual, developmental disabilities or other obstacles. Residents may call 860-665 8590-Human Services or 860-665-8778- Senior & Disabled Center to request a home test kit and/or masks. Items will be provided in a method that meets the resident's needs.

Due to our limited supply, there will be a limit of one (1) test kit and five (5) N95 masks per vehicle during the drive thru event. Vulnerable populations are asked to use the contact information above.

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There are NO COVID-19 at-home test kits and mask distributions scheduled at this time due to the limited number of kits the town said it has received.


The City of Torrington will be distributing free COVID test kits on Jan. 20 between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. at Torrington Middle School at 200 Middle School Dr. which is off of Torringford St. (Rte 183). Vehicles will be directed to enter the school grounds via East Pearl Road.

The goal is to provide kits to those who work during the daytime hours and have been unable to obtain a kit during our last distribution which was during the morning on Jan. 5.  Proof of residency will be required to receive a kit(s).

West Hartford

The Town of West Hartford has received a limited supply of COVID-19 Test Kits from the State of Connecticut. These kits are designed for immediate use by those individuals that are symptomatic and cannot locate a test kit privately.

The kits will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis throughout test Kit Request form. Click here: https://westhartford.seamlessdocs.com/f/requesttest

You will be contacted when the kits are ready for pick-up. If you have difficulty making arrangements for pick-up, let us know by emailing us at Robert.McCue@westhartfordct.gov.

The town also plans to distribute N95 masks for residents on Saturday, January 15 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 100 Mayflower Street.

RELATED: Here's where you can get tested for COVID-19 in Connecticut

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