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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Rhode Island Beaches: Dog-Friendly

Does your furry friend enjoy the beach as much as you do?  Good news!  All of the beaches on Block Island welcome leashed dogs all year-round.  And off-season is dog season on state beaches, with leashed dogs welcome from October 1st to March 31st.             

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