COVID-19 Info

  1. Testing
  2. Masks
  3. Multilingual
  4. Vaccine

Please note, all Vermont Department of Health COVID-19 testing sites will close by June 25, including the site located at the O'Brien Community Center (32 Malletts Bay Ave). For now, use this link to schedule: After June 25, Vermonters are encouraged to pick up free take-home tests from these sites to keep at home and use if needed. You can get up to four antigen test kits for each appointment, but only one LAMP (similar to PCR) per appointment.

  • Take-home antigen tests meet many testing needs and will continue to be widely available at pharmacies around the state and at online retailers. If the tests are covered by your health insurance, you may be able to show your insurance card at the pharmacy counter and get test kits at no cost to you. Some health plans may require you to pay for the tests and then be reimbursed.
  • Make sure you have ordered all three rounds of at-home tests from, which are mailed directly to you.
  • You can also reach out to your health care provider or local pharmacy for other types of testing.

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Non-profit community organizations who work with Vermonters who are Black, Indigenous or people of color (BIPOC), speak languages other than English, are experiencing homelessness, have a disability or other groups who may have difficulty getting tests due to overall systemic inequities can reach out to the Health Department to see if they qualify to receive free rapid take-home tests (antigen and LAMP) by mail. Please email

Testing is recommended for people with symptoms, and close contacts of someone with COVID-19 who are not up to date on vaccines. 

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