Norwalk COVID-19 Information

May 11, 2023, marked the end of the U.S. COVID-19 Public Health Emergency declaration. We recognize and appreciate this milestone, but we also know COVID is not gone. The Health Department continues to monitor COVID-19 and work with community partners to help Norwalkers access the guidance and tools they need to protect themselves.

COVID-19 Data   

COVID-19 Precautions and Guidance

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

  • Vaccine recommendations
  • Where to get your vaccine

COVID-19 Testing, Isolation, and Treatment

  • Community Testing and At-Home Tests
  • If You Test Positive: Isolation and Treatment
  • Contact Tracing

Take Other Precautions

  • Improve Ventilation, Understand Your Risk, and Take other Precautions: Visit for more information.
  • Build Your Personal COVID-19 Plan: Put together your COVID-19 plan using this CDC tool so you have all the information you need on hand if you get sick with COVID-19. Download, edit and save, and share your plan with your family, friends, and healthcare provider.
  • Maintain Your Overall Health and Wellness: Healthy eating, exercise, good sleep, regular communication with your doctor, connections with friends and family, stress management, and more can help us stay healthy and protect us from illnesses like COVID. 

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