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At Livingston, we aim to be a helpful resource for you and your loved ones when you test positive for COVID-19.

If you are 50 years of age or older, please read more about how we can help you with COVID-19.

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How can I get help?
Get tested at one of our clinics or supply a positive at-home test


If I am positive, what treatments are available?
A health care provider will tell you
which treatment will be safest and work best for you. Treatments come in several forms including pills, IV, or shots.

 

COVID-19 TESTING AND TREATMENT 

While vaccines remain the most effective way to prevent COVID-19 infection, there are also treatments available for people who are infected with the disease. These treatments may help individuals avoid severe illness, hospitalization, and death.

Patients over the age of 50 can receive testing and treatment options for COVID-19 at Livingston Community Health. 


 

Acting quickly is a MUST for COVID-19 treatment options. 

How it works:

First, patients are either tested on site or can bring in a positive test result from another testing site or an at-home test. Then, COVID-positive patients will meet with a qualified health care provider (either on site or through telehealth) who will determine whether the individual is eligible for the COVID treatment pills (Paxlovid or Lagevrio). If an individual is eligible, they will receive a prescription and can have that prescription filled on site.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I bring at-home test results for assessment?

 

Yes

How am I eligible?

 

  • Be 50+ and/or at high risk for severe illness from COVID-19

  • Have experienced your first symptoms of COVID-19 within the last five days

  • Not be taking drugs that interfere with the possible COVID-19 treatment

Does everybody that participates get a prescription?

Not everyone who tests positive for COVID-19 and visits a Test to Treat site will receive a prescription for medication. During the Test to Treat visit, COVID-positive patients will meet with a health care provider who will determine if they are eligible for treatment.

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