COVID-19 Information and Resources – NYC Health + Hospitals

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To find a testing site that’s right for you, please visit the NYC Health + Hospitals COVID-19 Testing Sites page.


Please note that based on advice from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), New York City ended its universal contact tracing program on April 30, 2022. The Department of Health and Hygiene New York City Mental Health will continue to investigate cases and conduct contact tracing for COVID-19 in specific settings and groups at increased risk.

For more information on quarantining or isolating if you have been exposed to or tested positive for COVID-19, please see:

For additional information about COVID-19 and resources available to affected New Yorkers, please visit the NYC Test & Treat COVID-19 Resources page.

Take care of yourself

For the Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAB), please call 311 or visit to learn more about enrollment and/or where find local food pantries.

For assistance with COVID-19 treatments, immunization appointments, and resources for Long COVID (Aftercare), please call 212-COVID-19 (212-268-4319).

Take care of yourself

Quarantine and isolation

Take Care’s ‘How to separate safely at home’ practical guide provides advice to help you separate safely from other members of your household if you have tested positive or been exposed to COVID-19.

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COVID long

If you have had COVID-19 and have new, recurrent, or persistent symptoms 30 days after your COVID infection, you may have long COVID. NYC Test & Treat Corps’ AfterCare program supports New Yorkers with Long COVID in their recovery. For more information, call the NYC Test & Treat Corps Hotline at 212-COVID19 (212-268-4319), select your language and press 4, or visit the AfterCare webpage.

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