As we get deeper into late fall and winter, it’s more important for those of us with disabilities and chronic diseases to continue practicing COVID-prevention measures and get tested for COVID-19. CIDNY has been working with NYC Health + Hospitals (H+H) to promote the importance of being tested.
COVID-19 tests are free at many locations across New York City. No appointments are necessary at H+H sites. You can text ‘COVID TEST’ to 855-48 on your mobile phone or go to nyc.gov/covidtest to find a free testing location near you. At this time, we are unable to confirm accessibility for each location and recommend calling ahead to confirm accessibility, when possible.
Free, walk-in testing is available at these NYC Health + Hospitals locations. Clicking the links below will take you to the NYC Health + Hospitals website.
- Mobile Testing Sites
- Rapid Point of Care Testing
- Vaccine Information
- Interest Form for In-Home Vaccinations for Fully Homebound New York City Residents
- Staten Island
Each week we email a list of mobile testing locations across NYC. If you would like to receive these emails or would like to talk to someone about testing and tracing, please email T2@cidny.org. You can also tell your CIDNY counselor that you would like to talk to someone about COVID-19.
Mobile testing sites are usually open Monday-Friday from 10:00am – 4:00pm unless otherwise noted.
Sites and times are subject to change, especially due to inclement weather. At this time we are unable to confirm accessibility.
The following is a list of COVID-19 mobile-testing, self-testing, and rapid-testing locations for the week of April 19, 2021. New listings coming soon when available. Please visit https://www.nychealthandhospitals.org/covid-19-testing-sites/ for the most recent updates.
About the NYC Test & Trace Corps
The NYC Test & Trace Corps is a public health initiative to fight COVID-19 so that New Yorkers can get back to school, work and help New York City reopen safely. The Corps is a group of doctors, public health professionals and community advocates working to reverse the COVID-19 outbreak and protect our city.