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Notice to Tarrytown Residents re COVID test Giveaway

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December 26, 2021

In order to best address the increased demand for COVID-19 testing expected after this holiday weekend and to help ensure a Happy New Year for our community, the Village of Tarrytown is planning to distribute its allotment of 400 at-home COVID-19 Tests to residents, keeping a small number on hand for urgent / emergency cases.  Kits are limited to one per household on a first-come, first served basis.

*****Identification and proof of residency are required.  *****

Tuesday, December 28, 2021, there will be 2 sessions:

DRIVE-THRU, 1 PM at the Tarrytown Recreation Department located at 238 West Main Street (300 kits available)

WALK-UP 6 PM at Village Hall at 1 Depot Plaza (100 kits available)

Free Parking is available in the Village Hall Lot or in Lot A this Tuesday

We ask that if you have not had contact or exposure to someone who tested positive for COVID-19 over the past 3 to 5 days, please do not take a test kit, but leave it for those who have had actual exposure. Thank you for your cooperation.  We encourage everyone to wear masks when you cannot socially distance, and please stay up to date with your vaccinations to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

Happy New Year!

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