At-home COVID-19 testing kits set to be distributed by Connecticut communities

The state announced Saturday that they've received COVID-19 at-home tests to give to several communities in Connecticut - which will then be distributed to residents.

News 12 Staff

Jan 1, 2022, 11:14 PM

Updated 872 days ago


A team of emergency management workers and volunteers in Monroe handed off the highly anticipated tests to residents. The Town of Monroe received about half of the original allotment from the state and all 2,800 tests were dropped off by the National Guard.
Hundreds of cars were lined up and ready to go an hour before they started handing them out.
The town successfully gave out all tests to those who waited for one. Several other distribution events will be held Sunday.

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