When used correctly, self-tests are highly accurate and a valuable tool in preventing the spread of Covid-19. Visit ct.gov/selftest for detailed instructions on how to properly use the various self-tests distributed by the state.

Jan 20, 2022 · 5:01 PM UTC

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Replying to @GovNedLamont
Ned - your constant diatribe on Covid after the fact is truly annoying, face it Covid spiked and CT under your watch was left unprepared - focus on jobs and what you need to stem the population exodus and bring companies into CT - it's not hard
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Replying to @GovNedLamont
Is that so, why then are schools telling us that they will accept a positive result from an at home rapid test then tell us if it comes back negative they won’t accept it and require a PCR test to verify. This whole thing is now beyond fraud.
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Replying to @GovNedLamont
3 greater needs in CT than COVID: 1. More police 2. Cleaning up corruption in state government 3. Paying down pension debt
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Replying to @GovNedLamont
I’m sorry but this is not true. We’ve had multiple times over and over people testing negative on home self-test with symptoms but a day or two later now they are positive. Or the home test is negative but PCR test is positive. These home tests are not detecting the virus early.
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I know several people who have tested negative but were in actuality positive when they got a PCR.
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