Testing Continues in Winooski for the Month of October
The Vermont Department of Health is providing COVID-19 testing in Winooski in October:
These pop-up tests are for people without symptoms. Children under the age of 12 months cannot be tested. If you have even minor symptoms, please call your doctors. See a list of symptoms at healthvermont.gov/covid19. There is no need to be tested unless you believe you have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19. Testing is not prevention - getting a negative result does not mean you can stop the everyday actions that will prevent the virus from spreading: Continue to wear a mask or face covering when out in public, keep 6 feet from others, wash your hands often, and stay home when you’re not feeling well.
Testing is provided at no cost. When you register you will be asked for insurance information – but, insurance is not required for testing, and you will not receive a bill or be charged a copay. The Health Department encourages people to provide their insurance information when registering. Because the companies can be reimbursed for their charges, it offsets some costs to the state, allowing the Vermont Department of Health to continue offering widespread testing.
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