Free COVID-19 rapid testing, PCR testing, clinical evaluation and direct connection to the anti-viral medication Paxlovid is available at NYC Health + Hospitals facilities and community care clinics, which can be found across the five boroughs. You can also continue to pick up free at-home test kits at over 250 NYC walk-up distribution locations to keep yourself and your loved ones prepared at the first signs of symptoms or exposure!
Use the City’s COVID-19 Test Site Finder to find the no-cost City-run testing site most convenient to you, including the NYC Test & Treat Corps’ free at-home test distribution sites. You can view a list of locations here or text “COVID TEST” to 855-48 to find a test site near you.
Due to the end of the Federal Public Health Emergency on May 11th, all emergency operations will transition in-house to NYC Health & Hospitals. The last day of the Test to Treat mobile fleet will be April 31st.
NYC Health + Hospitals will continue to be a gateway for New Yorkers seeking COVID-19 testing, treatment, and vaccination, regardless of their insurance or immigration status.
COVID-19 testing, treatment, and vaccine services will be available for patients by appointment at NYC Health + Hospitals’ 11 acute facilities. COVID-19 testing, vaccination and treatment will be available at Gotham Health clinics in every borough.
Existing NYC Health + Hospitals patients can schedule an appointment for testing, treatment or vaccination at NYC Health + Hospitals/Gotham Health by calling 1-844-NYC-4NYC.
To learn more about how you can become a patient with NYC Health + Hospitals/Gotham Health and schedule an appointment, please call 1-844-NYC-4NYC.
New Yorkers who test positive for COVID-19 can continue to access Paxlovid prescriptions and delivery at no cost through NYC Health +Hospitals’ Virtual ExpressCare by calling 212-COVID-19 and pressing 9 to speak to a telehealth provider.
To learn more about the resources that New Yorkers can use for COVID-19 click here
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The following locations are open for pickup of free at-home rapid testing kits. One kit is recommended per person.