Health Department

The Greenwich Department of Health is responsible for protecting, promoting and improving the health of Greenwich residents by implementing the provisions of essential public health services, carrying out public health core activities which include monitoring the public’s health status, investigating and responding to disease outbreaks, enforcing laws and regulations to protect the public’s health, developing health policies, identifying critical health needs, educating the public about public health issues, allocating health resources to those who are in need and plan for emergencies which may require a public health response.

Department of Health’s COVID-19 Question and Answer Phone Lines: 

203-622-7865

203-622-7703

203-622-6414

203-622-7842

203-622-7836

211 (CT Information Line)

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

English

Simplified Chinese

Spanish

COVID-19: What to Do if You are Sick

English

Simplified Chinese

Spanish

COVID-19: What the Public Should Do

English

DO NOT ENTER VISITOR SIGN

Other COVID-19 Useful Posters and Info-graphics


Influenza Activity in Connecticut is WIDESPREAD

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