There were little more than 5,000 coronavirus tests reported in Connecticut on Monday, down by about half from previous days. Although testing is readily available, Wilton First Selectman Lynne Vanderslice says some residents have expressed apprehension about the test due to concerns that it may be painful. She had the long swab test last week and said it was not painful. Vanderslice acknowledged that there was some discomfort during the swabbing, but otherwise nothing. Testing locations are found on the State’s 2-1-1 website. She says the test result is only good for the moment in time when the test was performed. So while Vanderslice says she was negative as of last Tuesday, she continues to wear a mask and social distance to protect herself and others should the status have changed since Tuesday.