Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Where to get a COVID-19 Immunization:

  • Check with your primary care provider 
  • Check with your local pharmacies (ask what ages they can vaccinate)
  • Search

COVID-19 Testing:

What to do if you test positive for COVID-19?

Tested positive? Isolate.Download isolation paperwork below:

You tested positive - now what?

Individuals who test positive for COVID-19 are subject to isolation. Isolation separates people who have tested positive for COVID-19 from others, regardless of if they have symptoms or not, to prevent the spread. 

COVID-19 Therapeutic Locator Tool

undefined Opens in new windowThis form is for your own use, DO NOT submit it to the Madison County Health Department. Please either print and fill out this form for your records or fill out online and save it to your computer. 

Form updated 9/13/22

Do you need to quarantine if you have been exposed but have no symptoms?

  • Quarantine is no longer recommended for most settings, including home, schools and child care.  Quarantine is recommended for high-risk congregate settings, such as hospitals, jails, and nursing homes.
  • It is recommended that individuals without symptoms should get tested 5-7 days from the last day of exposure to positive case or get tested immediately if symptoms develop. Learn more about what to do if you were exposed to COVID-19.

Schools and Childcare Programs

What should I do if I lost my COVID-19 vaccination card?

If you lost your COVID-19 vaccination card and were vaccinated in New York State:


  • Contact your local health department or your primary healthcare provider to request a paper copy of your immunization history.

    NOTE: If you were vaccinated at a Veterans Affairs facility A or another federal clinic, contact the facility directly that provided the vaccination.

Additional Resources:

Page updated September 21, 2023