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Community resource hub to help you and your community stay informed, safe, and healthy.

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COVID-19 has now been a part of our lives for the past three years and it is likely here to stay. The good news is that the past three years have taught us a lot about how to best keep ourselves and our communities safe. Adapting to life with COVID-19 should include all the lessons we’ve learned and prioritize protecting one another.

A new COVID-19 vaccine is available for Fall 2023.

It is recommended for everyone 6 months and older. Please visit here for more information.

Find a COVID-19 Vaccine: 

Test Sites 

  • For uninsured people who have symptoms or who have been exposed, this website will find locations that offer free COVID-19 testing near you:
  • Find low or no-cost testing at pharmacies and health centers near you:
    • US Department of Health and Human Services Community-Based
    • Testing Sites link here

Report At-Home (Over-the-counter) Test Results

  • Voluntarily report a positive or negative COVID-19 At-Home Test result to the National Institute of Health (NIH) to help with public health efforts: MakeMyTestCount 

Some At-Home test kits may have an extended expiration date. Visit At-Home OTC COVID-19 Diagnostic Tests | FDA to locate the brand of test kits you have and determine whether the expiration date has been extended. 

COVID-19 medications are now available through your doctor, pharmacies, and health clinics. If you have symptoms and have tested positive, get treated right away. Use the COVID-19 Test-to-Treat Locator link here to find a location.

Recent COVID-19 News

COVID-19 Response

Updated COVID-19 Vaccines Offer the Best Protection Against Most Current Variants

September 27, 2023 2:32pm

Earlier this month, the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) approved the updated COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer and Moderna. The Center for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) is universally recommending the updated vaccine to everyone aged six months and older. This recommendation ensures equitable access to all age groups. The new dose was created to protect against XBB.1.5, a sub-variant of Omicron. While XBB.1.5 is no longer the dominant variant, the updated vaccine demonstrates effectiveness against similar variants like EG.5 (currently the dominant strain) and BA.2.86. Despite public fatigue regarding COVID-19 variants and vaccines, the recent rise in hospitalizations and…

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