Rapid COVID-19 testing

Hartford Mayor to Discuss Rapid COVID-19 Testing Site With State, City Leaders

Hartford mayor lLuke Bronin
NBC Connecticut

Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin is discussing the state's second rapid COVID-19 testing site with city and state leaders on Tuesday.

Appointments for free COVID-19 tests can be made by calling Hartford 311 at (860) 757-9311 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., city officials said.

At the rapid testing site, people can get their results back within 45 minutes, Bronin said.

"To have a site like this where you can get your results back quick, is a big deal," Bronin said.

The testing site is available for residents and non-residents, the mayor said.

We've done everything we can to expand testing in the city, Bronin said.

"This is a great thing for the city of Hartford," said the mayor.

The mayor said there are now 10 testing centers where people can get tested for COVID-19.

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