Rhode Island Implements New COVID-19 Risk Assessment Protocol

The Rhode Island Department of Health is implementing a new COVID-19 risk assessment based on updated guidance from CDC. The guidance measures risk on a county-by-county basis. Four of Rhode Island’s counties are currently considered high-risk areas. For more information, please visit CDC’s web page COVID-19 Community Levels.

To search for your county, use the COVID-19 County Check tool.

How can I get a COVID-19 test?

There are several ways to get tested for COVID-19 in Rhode Island. Click here to find the test site closest to you.

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Bristol County, Rhode Island

Comprised of the towns of Bristol, Warren, and Barrington, the East Bay section of Rhode Island is quintessential New England. Bristol is best known for hosting the Annual Fourth of July Celebration which was established in 1785 and is the oldest continuous celebration in the United States.  It also features boutique-lined streets, beautiful coastlines, delicious dining, and splendid history. Colt State Park and the East Bay Bike Path are two swoon-worthy attractions that lure visitors and locals who want to pedal or play.