Do you have questions about COVID-19? If you don’t find what you’re looking for here, call our COVID-19 hotline!
Did you have a positive COVID-19 home test? Or maybe you tested positive at a pharmacy and need paperwork for work or school?
You can report your positive test to us using our COVID-19 Self-Report Tool. This online tool will walk you through how long you should stay home and will provide the paperwork you need for work or school.
If you are sick with COVID-19, you should notify anyone that you were within 6 feet of for 15 minutes or more during the 2 days before you became sick, with or without a mask. Read more from the CDC about when and how to isolate.
Free at-home COVID-19 test kits are available at Broome County Health Department! We are located at 225 Front Street Binghamton, NY. Simply walk in our front door and grab some from the front desk.
Expiration dates for some at-home COVID-19 tests have been extended. Click here to learn if your tests are safe to use.
Click here to find additional testing sites near you.
Broome County Health Department offers COVID-19 vaccines by appointment only during our Thursday immunization clinics for people without insurance. COVID-19 vaccines are also widely available at pharmacies and some healthcare providers’ offices. Visit www.vaccines.gov to find a vaccine near you.
If you need assistance getting to your appointment, call 211.
Due to changes in the way COVID-19 data is shared by New York State, the Broome County COVID-19 dashboard is no longer updated. The archived dashboard with data from March 2020 through December 2022 is still available. Click the icon below to access the archived dashboard.
Looking for more data?
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regularly updates county-level COVID-19 data.
- New York State Department of Health provides state-wide and county-level COVID-19 data.
- SUNY testing data, including that for SUNY Broome and Binghamton University, is available on the SUNY COVID-19 Case Tracker.
Our COVID-19 Self-Report Tool will walk you through how long you should stay home and will provide the paperwork you need for work and school. In addition, notify anyone that you were within 6 feet of for 15 minutes or more during the 2 days before you became sick, with or without a mask. We encourage you to read more from the CDC about when and how to isolate.
If you have a positive COVID-19 test, please report your test to us using our COVID-19 Self-Report Tool. This online tool will walk you through how long you should stay home and will provide the paperwork you need for work and school.
If you were exposed to COVID-19, Broome County does not provide quarantine orders (paperwork). We encourage you to read more from the CDC about when and how to quarantine.
The updated monovalent COVID-19 vaccine is made to protect you from the latest strain of COVID that is circulating in the United States. If you have already had the original COVID-19 vaccine or a bivalent dose, you can get one of the new monovalent shots! You should wait at least 8 weeks after your last COVID-19 vaccine before getting the updated monovalent vaccine.
Visit www.vaccines.gov/search/ to find a COVID-19 vaccine near you.
If you have COVID-19, there are medications that can prevent you from getting seriously sick. These treatments require a prescription. Talk to your healthcare provider to see what is right for you.
If you don’t have a healthcare provider, call 1-888-TREAT-NY or visit the NYS COVID-19 ExpressCare Therapeutics Access Website.
Visit New York State Department of Health to learn more about COVID-19 treatments.
If you are feeling stressed, anxious, or just plain not okay because of the COVID-19 pandemic, you don’t have to go through it alone. Click below to find resources from Broome County Mental Health Department.
If you need help finding food, housing, or other resources, call 211.
If you are a school administrator, faculty or staff member looking for COVID-19 resources and guidance, please visit the Broome County Executive Office’s school resource webpage.
For all New York State Executive Orders past and present, including COVID-19, please visit the New York State Governor’s Office website.