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Update from Redding Health Department 12-27-2021

Redding Update
December 27, 2021

Where to Get Tested

Waldren Vet Hall, 23 Memorial Dr. Danbury M-F 1-7pm Sat/Sun 10am-2pm
Vet’s Park, 42 Seaview Ave. Norwalk M-F 2-7pm Sat/Sun 9-1pm
Cove Park 1125 Cove Rd. Stamford M-F 1-7pm Sat/Sun 10am-2pm

Where to Get Vaccinated

Tuesday December 28 – COVID Vax Van Clinic – 1-5pm – Redding Community Center for ages 12+. All vaccines and boosters for 16+ available. No appointment needed.
Wednesday January 12 – Ages 5-11 pediatric clinic – 4-7pm at John Read Middle School. No appointment needed.
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Town Hall Restrictions

Due to the rapid increase in positive COVID-19 cases Redding Town Hall will be open to visitors by appointment only. Town departments many times are able to service most needs through email, telephone, and sending scanned documents, so a visit may not be necessary. Visit the town website for contact information for each department.

Masks are required for all visitors to all Town buildings.


Self-testing or over the counter tests are one of many risk reduction measures that can provide beneficial information. People should consider testing before indoor gatherings with others not from their household. The tests are easy to use and produce quick results.

A positive self-test result means the test detected a virus, and you are likely to have an infection and should stay home or isolate for 10 days, inform any close contacts, and wear a mask if you have contact with others, and avoid indoor gatherings.

A negative test result means that the test did not detect the virus and you may not have an infection, but it does not rule out infection. Repeating the test within a few days, with at lest 24-hours between tests, will increase confidence that you are not infected.

Self-test results do not need to be reported to the local health department; however, it cannot be stressed enough that individuals must follow through with informing close contacts of positive findings.

Dr. Lawrence Leibowitz, Director of Health

Doug Hartline, RS, Redding Health Officer