Morris County Launches At-Home COVID-19 Testing Program
Posted: December 7, 2020
Updated January 1, 2021: Morris County is modifying its COVID-19 testing plan to focus on CCM Center. Individuals who are symptomatic and unable to leave their home will still be able to order no-cost, at-home tests through the Morris County COVID-19 website but the only at-home test available will be a federally-supported nasal test known as Pixel, which is provided by Lab Corp. View more information
Updated December 11, 2020: Morris County is now offering free in-person testing at CCM. View more information
On Saturday, December 5, 2020, Morris County launched its at-home, no-cost COVID-19 testing program for Morris County residents and people who work in Morris County.
A portal through which qualified Morris County residents and workers can apply for testing materials to be sent to their homes may be found on Morris County’s Office of Health Management COVID-19 information page.
People applying to receive the home tests will reach a landing page informing them of two available tests—the nasal swab or saliva. These tests are available ONLY to Morris County residents and those who work in the county.
Applicants will be required to provide information on where they reside; those who work in Morris County, but do not live in the county, will be required to submit additional proof of where they are employed such as an employee identification card or the employer’s contact information. Once that information is confirmed by Morris County staff, an e-mail will be sent to the applicant with further instructions.