As of November 4, 2021: Everyone 5 and older is now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
If you test negative
What to do if you test negative for COVID-19
Even if you test negative, keep wearing a mask and take every step you can to stay safe. You still need to follow safety steps:
Sometimes tests can be wrong. A test might not detect the virus if you get tested soon after being infected. This means you can have COVID-19 even if the test says you do not.
Talk to your health care provider and make a plan to stay healthy and be safe.
Keep taking important steps to protect others by wearing a mask, staying 6 feet apart, and washing your hands often.
If you visit others, keep the group to six people or less from no more than two households.