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COVID-19 - Town of Westbrook

Updated 1/25/2022

Total # of COVID-19 Cases Among  Westbrook Residents Since Beginning of Pandemic
Average Daily Case Rate Per 100,000 Population
Laboratory Confirmed Cases from January 2nd to January 15th
% of Westbrook Residents Who Have Received At Least 1 Dose of COVID-19 Vaccination
(Jan 2nd - Jan 15th)

CT Vaccination Data

Free COVID Self-Test Kits
Place Your Order 


Call 1-800-232-0233

The test kits will be mailed to your residence by the US Postal Service. Limit of 1 order per household. Each order contains 4 individual tests.

Direct all questions to the US Postal Service at 1-800-232-0233 or visit the Help website by Clicking Here

Attention Westbrook Residents who are disabled or who need reasonable accommodations to obtain COVID-19 Self-Test Kits or N95 Masks:

Please contact Zach at the Westbrook Health Department by phone or email to arrange a drop off of Self-Test Kits and/or N95 Masks to your residence.
Zach Faiella, Director of Health
Phone: 860-399-9869

N95 Masks Available in the First Selectman’s Office During Westbrook Town Hall Business Hours
Please see Jill Brainerd in the Westbrook First Selectman’s Office to pick up Adult-sized N95 Masks.  
Monday 9:00-4:00
Tuesday 9:00-4:00
Wednesday 9:00-4:00
Thursday 9:00-7:00
Friday 9:00-12:00 
Westbrook Town Hall
866 Boston Post Rd
Westbrook, CT 06498
First Selectman's Office: 860-399-3040 ext 1111


*Masks are required inside Westbrook Municipal Buildings and Westbrook Public Schools, regardless of vaccination status* 

Middlesex County is designated as an Area of High COVID-19 Community Transmission (More than 100 Cases Per 100,000 Population)

Find a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic: Click Here

COVID-19 TESTING Locations: Click Here

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~ ~  State of CT Daily COVID-19 Report: Click Here

~ ~ 💉COVID-19 Vaccine Information: Click Here

~ ~ COVID-19 TestinLocations: Click Here

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~ ~ Quarantine and Isolation Guidance: Click Here

~ ~ What To Do If You Are Sick: Click Here

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~ ~ Do You Need Proof of YouVaccination? 

Click Here to access Vaccination Records on CT WiZ

~ ~ 😷 😷 CT Mask Rules: Click Here

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~ ~ 😷 CDC Mask Guidance 😷 ~ ~

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Is your child or teen feeling stressed about COVID-19? 

There are many things you can do to support your child during this time:

  • Take time to talk with them about COVID-19.
  • Reassure your child and that it‘s normal to be upset.
  • Reassure your child that they are safe.
  • Try to keep up with a regular routine, including sleep and structured learning.
  • Connect with friends and family through phone, text, or email.
    To view more tips on how to support your child or teen, 
    Click Here

Do you know of a Senior that requires help getting food and/or other basic necessities?

Please contact the Westbrook Senior Center: Phone: 860-399-2029 Email:

Westbrook Senior Center Website

Do you have friends or family who need COVID-19 information in a different language? 

CDC’s COVID-19 website has options in Spanish, simplified Chinese, Vietnamese, and Korean. Be sure to click the other language tabs near the top of the page here: Opens in new window

Do you or someone you know communicate using American Sign Language (ASL) ?

Visit CDC’s YouTube channel to watch ASL videos on Social Distancing, Doing Your Part to Slow the Spread, Managing Stress and Anxiety, and more.
Click Here

For more information on COVID-19, please visit the following websites:

  • Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) website, Click Here
  • State of Connecticut Coronavirus website, Click Here
  • Cases of COVID-19 in Connecticut by Town, Click Here
  • Travel Advisories from the US Department of State, Click Here
  • Stress & Coping, Click Here
  • Pregnancy & Breastfeeding FAQs, Click Here

Like and Follow the Westbrook Health Department Facebook Page

News Releases

News and Press Releases from your Public Health Department.


Find various forms from the Public Health Department, including daycare, pool, and salon forms.

Health Topics        

Browse a collection of information about a variety of health topics, including, lead, radon, and private drinking water wells. 

Vector-Borne Diseases

Vectors are living organisms that can transmit infectious diseases between humans or from animals to humans. Many of these vectors are bloodsucking insects, which ingest disease-producing microorganisms during a blood meal from an infected host (human or animal) and later inject it into a new host during their subsequent blood meal.

Subsurface Sewage Disposal Systems

Information about septic systems


  1. 11.2.2021 COVID-19 Vaccine Available to Children 5-11.pdf
  2. 9.24.2021 CDC Booster Dose Recommendations.pdf
  3. 9.9.2021 Governor Lamont and Public Health Commissioner Gifford Express Concern Over COVID-19 Outbreaks.pdf
  4. 9.1.2021 CT DPH West Nile Virus.pdf
  5. 8.15.2021 CT DPH Health Alert.pdf
  6. 8.2.2021 CT DPH Health Alert and CDC Recomendations.pdf
  7. 6.10.2021 Save The Sound 2021 Beach Report.pdf
  8. 6.10.2021 CT DPH COVID-19 Update.pdf
  9. 5.19.2021 CT DPH New Mask Guidance.pdf
  10. 5.18.2021 CT Executive Order No 12.pdf
  11. 5.13.2021 COVID-19 Vaccine Update.pdf
  12. 4.29.2021 COVID-19 Update.pdf
  13. 3.27.2021 DPH COVID-19 Public Health Alert.pdf
  14. 3.25.2021 COVID-19 Update.pdf
  15. 3.19.2021 Vaccine Update.pdf
  16. 3.11.2021 State of CT COVID-19 Update.pdf
  17. 3.9.2021 CDC Fully Vaccinated Public Health Guidance.pdf
  18. 3.1.2021 Vaccine Update.pdf
  19. 2.24.2021 Vaccine Update.pdf
  20. 2.12.2021 Vaccine Update.pdf
  21. 2.9.2021 Vaccine Update.pdf
  22. 1.12.2021 PHA and Vaccine Update.pdf
  23. 1.7.2021 State of CT COVID-19 Update.pdf
  24. 12.17.2020 CDC Public Health Advisory Opioids.pdf
  25. 11.12.2020 Public Health Alert.pdf
  26. 11.12.2020 State of CT COVID-19 Update.pdf
  27. 11.5.20+DPH+Issues+Public+Health+Advisory+Due+to+Rise+in+COVID-19.pdf
  28. 10.23.2020 Drive Thru Flu Clinic.pdf
  29. 9.24.20+DPH+Announces+Flu+Vaccination+Clinics+Available+in+CT.pdf
  30. 9.11.2020 CT DPH COVID-19 Update.pdf
  31. 8.30.2020 State of CT COVID-19 Report.pdf
  32. 8.28.2020 CT DPH COVID-19 Update.pdf
  33. 6.29.2020 CT DPH COVID-19 Update.pdf
  34. 6.25.20 Guidelines for Private Well Users in times of Drought or Low Precipitation.pdf
  35. 6.18.20 CT DPH COVID-19 Update.pdf
  36. 6.18.20 CT COVID-19 Testing FAQ.pdf
  37. 6.11.2020 CT DPH COVID-19 Update.pdf
  38. 6.1.2020 CTDPH COVID-19 Update.pdf
  39. 5.25.2020 CT DPH COVID-19 Update.pdf
  40. 4.24.20 Letter to Parents-Legal Guardians.pdf
  41. 4.17.2020 Governor Lamont's Executive Order 7BB - Masks-Face Coverings Required.pdf
  42. 4.9.2020 Press Release - COVID-19 Update.pdf
  43. 4.3.2020 Press Release - Five Positive COVID-19 Cases Among Westbrook Residents.pdf
  44. 3.28.2020 Press Release - Second Positive COVID-19 Case in Westbrook.pdf
  45. 3.27.2020 Press Release - First Positive COVID-19 Case in Westbrook.pdf
  46. 3.23.2020 Governor Lamont's Executive Order 7K.pdf
  47. 9.11.19 DPH Advises CT Residents to Take Precautions to Avoid EEE 003.doc
  48. 9.5.19 DPH Reports Three Additional Cases of Severe Lung Disease
  49. 09.05.2019 DPH Press Release Risk of Mosquito-Borne Diseases Continues
  51. 8.21.19 DPH Investigating Cases of Severe Respiratory Symptoms


The Town of Westbrook Health Department is a full time, local public health department, providing essential services to Westbrook residents, visitors, businesses, and the environment.  

What we do: Enforce the CT Public Health Code, Public health education, Food establishment inspections, Septic system reviews and inspections, Daycare inspections, Salon and barbershop inspections, Private well review and approvals, Beach water testing, Public pool inspections, Environmental investigations, Public health complaints, and more.

Stay Healthy