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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

A message from Mayor Justin Elicker on COVID-19


  • Use clean hygiene techniques – wash your hands frequently for a minimum of 20 seconds. Do not shake other people’s hands. Don’t touch your face.
  • Avoid large gatherings.
  • If you have a fever and cough, do not go to the hospital or your health care provider – call them first. If you go to your provider you will risk spread of the disease.


We will work together as a community to confront this very challenging situation. It’s at times like these that we define what kind of community we are.  New Haven is a community that works together, that supports each other, that does our part as individuals for the benefit of the whole. Thank you.


Please contact your primary care physician if you have any questions about COVID-19 or are showing symptoms. If you need further guidance call the New Haven Health Department Emergency Line at (203) 946-4949. 

 

Before a COVID-19 outbreak occurs in your community: Plan 

A COVID-19 outbreak could last for a long time in your community. Depending on the severity of the outbreak, public health officials may recommend community actions designed to help keep people healthy, reduce exposures to COVID-19, and slow the spread of the disease. Local public health officials may make recommendations appropriate to your local situation. Creating a plan can help protect your health and the health of those in your community in the event of an outbreak of COVID-19.

 

For additional information on specific populations, please review the following documents: 

What you need to know flowsheet: Shelters

What you need to know flowsheet: Private-Parochial-Charter Schools

What you need to know flowsheet: Businesses

What you need to know flowsheet: Detention Facilities

What you need to know flowsheet:  Daycares

What you need to know flowsheet: General Population

What you need to know flowsheet: Nursing Facilities (Rehab/Long Term)

What you need to know flowsheet: Faith Based Organizations

Stay Safe, Stay Healthy documents:Please click here

 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Informational Packets - click on the image(s) below

 

Community Business

Elderly Service Providers

Parochial / Charter / Youth

Homeless Shelters

Faith Based Organizations

  

 

 The mission of the New Haven Health Department is to ensure and advocate for the health and well-being of all New Haven residents. 


The New Haven Health Department has a long tradition of protecting the health of city residents through disease prevention and health promotion. Established in 1872 as the New Haven Health Commission, the Department has evolved from its beginnings combating poor sanitary practices and yellow fever epidemics. We've emerged as a leader in the fight against HIV/AIDS early in the epidemic, establishing one of the first syringe exchange programs in the country 28 years ago. Today, we continue to provide the essential public health services and enforce the Public Health Code as outlined in state statures and the city charter. This also includes responding to complaints of public health nuisances as well as ensuring environmental health and safety and curbing disease outbreaks.

We work to ensure the health of our residents, particularly our most vulnerable neighbors. We provide school nursing services, maternal and child health case management, health screenings and health education.

Our Department works to promote public health by providing expertise to guide health policy reforms. We provide evidence-based public health programs, such as the Department's Opioid Overdose Program, launched in 2015.


Latest News

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New Haven Mayor, City Officials Give Isaias Update

August 6, 2020 

August 5, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Mayor Declares State of Emergency From the Storm

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Today New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker hosted a press conference about the City’s response to the impacts of Tropical Storm Isaias, resulting in nearly 20% residents to be without power. The Mayor was joined by Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro, members of the Department of Parks and Public Works, the Fire Department, and Emergency Management. Earlier this afternoon, Mayor Elicker signed an emergency declaration regarding Tropical Storm Isaias as well. This declaration will facilitate and provide support from Federal and State Government.

Declaration Of Emergency

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New Haven Mayor, City Officials to Host Press Conference on Tropical Storm Isaias Preparedness

August 3, 2020 

August 3, 2020

MEDIA ALERT

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Today New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker and City Officials will host a press conference surrounding the City’s monitoring and response of Tropical Storm Isaias. The City plans to discuss best practices and guidance for residents that may be impacted by the inclement storm. The press conference will be held at City Hall this afternoon.

Press Conference on Isaias Preparedness

Mayor Elicker, EOC Director Rick Fontana, and Health Director Maritza Bond

Monday, August 3, 2020

New Haven City Hall

165 Church Street, 2nd Floor Atrium

4:00 PM

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Fire Marshal’s office is inspecting food trucks

May 15, 2020 

At this time the Fire Marshal’s office is inspecting food trucks Monday through Friday from 07:00am until 09:00am.

Once at Fire Headquarters, please have the owner call the main #2039466232 to contact an inspector to meet them in the parking lot.

Once in the parking lot, the inspector will inspect the food truck alone to maintain social distance.

The inspector will photograph a valid photo ID and the signed certificate, which will then be emailed and uploaded into a network drive.

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Director of Health
Maritza Bond
E-mail

Phone
(203) 946-6999

Address
54 Meadow Street, 9th Floor
New Haven, CT 06519

Hours
Monday - Friday
9am - 5pm

Upcoming Events

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