New York State has expanded COVID-19 diagnostic testing capacity. Beginning July 1st, testing is available to all New Yorkers statewide.
- Interested in being tested for COVID-19? Use this NYSDOH screening tool to share your symptoms and pre-register for testing.
- Find a test site near you: Enter your address and find locations that provide coronavirus testing.
- Fees: At test sites run by New York State, there is never any charge for your test. If using a private, local government, or non-profit testing site, confirm any applicable fees in advance with your health insurer and test site.
COVID-19 Testing is Available at CityMD Urgent Care. For more information regarding CityMD COVID-19 testing, please visit the COVID-19 testing FAQ.
COVID-19 Antibody Screening for New York City Resident
Please note that people under the age of 18 and people who are not NYC residents are not eligible to participate in this program.
New York City offers free antibody testing on a walk-in basis at the 11 acute care facilities of NYC Health + Hospitals and at the Gotham Community Health Center sites listed on the NYC antibody testing webpage.
For more information, call 1-844-NYC-4NYC or visit the NYC antibody testing webpage.
NYS Department of Health Novel Coronavirus Hotline: 888-364-3065
NYC COVID-19 Information – NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
A Physician’s Guide to COVID-19 – American Medical Association
Frequently Asked Questions about Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) – National Foundation for Infectious Diseases
Coronavirus: What Patients Need to Know – Community Healthcare Network
Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Information on Novel Coronavirus – NYS Department of Health
County Health Departments – NYS Department of Health
Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) – NYC Department of Health
Coronavirus Updates for Schools – NYS Center for School Health
Undocumented immigrants should not avoid medical care if they require it. Hospital staff will NOT ask about immigration status and medical care is NOT a “public benefit” under the public charge test. If an undocumented immigrant does not have a doctor or insurance, they can visit a public hospital safely.
Mental Health/Safety Resources
NYC Well Hotline 1-888-692-9355
COVID-19 Resource and Information Guide – National Alliance on Mental Illness
Central Nassau Guidance & Counseling Services
Crisis Counseling: Disaster Distress Helpline (DDH): Call 1-800-985-5990 and text “TalkWithUs” to 66746
Safety Planning for Domestic Violence Survivors
New York State now has a text program and confidential online service for victims of domestic violence. Text 844-997-2121 for help or go to http://opdv.ny.gov to chat.
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