Saratoga County residents can report positive results from COVID-19 self-tests (also known as at-home or over the counter COVID-19 tests)

Saratoga County residents can use this form to tell Saratoga County Public Health Services (SCPHS) about a positive COVID-19 self-test result. The self-test must be authorized by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). A list of authorized self-tests can be found by searching the term ‘OTC” on the FDA website.

Negative results from self-tests do NOT need to be reported. Self-tests can NOT be used for release from quarantine.

The form should NOT be used to report results of a test obtained or performed at or through a doctor’s office, clinic, hospital, laboratory, pharmacy, school, or any testing site or program operated by SCPHS.

AFTER SUBMITTING THIS FORM, PLEASE VISIT OUR ISOLATION AND QUARANTINE WEBSITE AND TAKE THE ACTIONS APPROPRIATE TO YOUR PARTICULAR CIRCUMSTANCE.

If additional information is needed, Saratoga County Public Health Services will contact you.

First choose the type of test that was used. Some of the more common brands are shown below:


Who can we contact to get more information about the person with the positive self-test? *


Does the person with the positive self-test currently have any COVID-19 symptoms? *


Does the person with the positive self-test: *


BY CHECKING THIS BOX YOU ARE SWEARING TO THE VERACITY OF THE INFORMATION YOU HAVE PROVIDED ON THE FORM, ACKNOWLEDGE THAT SCPHS MAY VERIFY THE INFORMATION YOU HAVE PROVIDED, AND MAY CONTACT YOU FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. *

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SCPHS is strongly committed to protecting personal information collected through this website against unauthorized access, use or disclosure. Consequently, SCPHS limits employee access to personal information collected through this website to only those employees who need access to the information in the performance of their official duties. Employees who have access to this information follow appropriate procedures in connection with any disclosures of personal information. In addition, SCPHS has implemented procedures to safeguard the integrity of its information technology assets, including, but not limited to, authentication, monitoring, auditing, and encryption. These security procedures have been integrated into the design, implementation, and day-to-day operations of this website as part of our continuing commitment to the security of electronic content as well as the electronic transmission of information.

SCPHS may collect or disclose personal information without consent if the collection or disclosure is: (1) necessary to perform the statutory duties of the SCPHS, or necessary for SCPHS to operate a program authorized by law, or authorized by state or federal statute or regulation; (2) made pursuant to a court order or by law; (3) for the purpose of validating the identity of the user; or (4) of information to be used solely for statistical purposes that is in a form that cannot be used to identify any particular person.

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