Related COVID-19 Information

Stamford Health will continue to provide you with timely, accurate information on COVID-19 as it develops. Find information on:

Patient and Visitor Safety

COVID-19 Recovery Program

COVID-19 Vaccination Information

Covid-19 Testing

A list of independent COVID testing centers and information on ordering home tests may be found at:

When To Take Action

Use this guide if you have concerns about COVID-19 and are not sure what to do. You can also consult the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention quarantine and isolation calculator to guide the decision-making process.


If you are having a medical emergency, dial 9-1-1 or go to your local emergency department.

If you have symptoms of COVID-19:

  • Get tested for COVID-19 and stay home until your test results come back.
  • If you test positive with an at-home antigen test, assume the result is accurate and let any recent close contacts know.
  • If you test negative, avoid exposure to coronavirus and follow all state and local guidelines.

Recovering at home:

  • If you test positive, are up to date with your COVID-19 vaccines and boosters, and do not have any medical conditions that put you at high risk, your symptoms will likely be mild and you can recover at home.
  • If your symptoms are mild, stay home and isolate for five days, regardless of your vaccination status.
  • The first day should be counted as the day after symptoms start or the day after your positive test results if you’re asymptomatic.
  • If symptoms improve, you can stop isolating after five days. Continue to wear a mask when around other people for five more days.

If you have questions about your symptoms or possible high-risk factors, reach out to your healthcare provider.

Ways to Help

Help Keep COVID-19 At Bay

While we have made great strides in the fight against COVID-19, it is still important to remember to:

Outpatient COVID-19 Treatment Center

We offer therapies for patients who have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or who may have immunocompromising conditions. These treatments are meant to decrease the risk of developing severe disease or being hospitalized due to COVID-19. Intravenous monoclonal antibody therapies are offered for both COVID treatment and prevention. If you test positive for COVID-19 and your physician feels that you are eligible for one of these treatments, you will be referred to the center for treatment.

  • Monoclonal antibody treatments for COVID-19: an IV infusion to be given within seven days of illness onset for individuals with mild to moderate symptoms who are at high risk for severe disease from COVID-19.
  • EVUSHELD for COVID-19 prevention: an IV infusion given to individuals with immunocompromising conditions who may not have had adequate response to vaccine. This is indicated for patients who are NOT COVID-19 positive.

Please note, both IV treatments are available by physician order. In addition, we now offer online scheduling for select services, with an order from your physician. You will receive a text/email from Stamford Health if applicable. Click here for more information.

If you have any questions, please contact the COVID-19 Treatment Center at: 203.276.2339

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