The NYC Test & Treat Corps, formerly the NYC Test & Trace Corps, is the City’s comprehensive effort to connect all New Yorkers with the critical tools for COVID-19 testing, guidance and treatment. Our mission is to provide New Yorkers convenient, widespread access to free testing, rapid connections to COVID-19 treatment and resources to support those recovering from Long COVID.
The Corps operates a testing network of hundreds of city-run testing locations where New Yorkers can get tested at no cost or pick up free at-home tests, including through Test & Treat’s network of approximately 260 walk-up sites at public libraries, cultural institutions and NYC Parks locations.
All city-run sites operate at no-cost to the test seeker and none of them require ID.
Additionally, you can pick-up free at-home test kits at any one of our hundreds of participating distribution sites.
To find a testing or at-home kit pickup site near you, visit nyc.gov/covidtest or call 311.
If you test positive, including using an at-home test, you may be eligible for treatment:
People with COVID-19 generally recover within weeks of illness, but some people experience ongoing issues as a result of their infection. If you believe you may have Long COVID, we have resources available for you, including Test & Treat's AfterCare program and NYC Health + Hospitals Centers of Excellence:
The NYC Test & Treat Corps is led by NYC Health + Hospitals, working with other agencies, including the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the Office of Information Technology and Innovation, the Mayor's Office, the Economic Development Corporation, and more.
Find out more about our Test & Treat Corps at testandtreat.nyc.