The Danbury Department of Health and Human Services is working with community agencies and healthcare providers to expand access to COVID-19 testing. There are a number of places residents can get tested, some for free. Although the State has recently reported the lowest number of new COVID-19 cases in the country, Acting Director Kara Prunty says it's important that residents continue to practice social distancing, use facial coverings, participate in contact tracing, adhere to self-quarantine recommendations, and get tested if there has been an exposure. Testing is available for free at the Community Health Center at 8 Delay Street, and the Connecticut Institute for Communities at 120 Main Street. Both have mobile testing available. Testing is also provided 7 days a week at AFC Urgent Care locations, CVS on Lake Avenue, DOCS Urgent Care on Padanaram Road and Nuvance Health primary care physicians offices.