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Tested positive for COVID-19? Positive test results mean little without the required treatment to follow.
We can help. Whether it’s you or a loved one who’s tested positive for COVID—no matter where you received your test results—our team of providers are on standby 7AM to 10PM PDT, seven days a week, to offer you a virtual, 0—cost—to—patient treatment plan when and where you need it.
How to start your consultation
Getting a personalized COVID-19 treatment plan from Covid Clinic is fast, immediate, and, thanks to the federal CAREs Act, comes at zero cost to you.
Getting started is easy:
- Fill out the consultation registration form
- Check your text messages for a private Zoom link
- Tap through to meet with a provider in less than five* minutes
Once the consultation begins, we’ll work with you to interpret your results and get you moving toward a speedy COVID-19 recovery.
*A five-minute wait time is typical when treatment consultations take place within normal business hours: 7AM to 10PM PDT. If you’ve submitted a form outside of these hours, save your Zoom link and try again during normal operating hours. If you’re experiencing a medical emergency, please dial 911 immediately or go to the nearest emergency room.
What does a COVID-19 treatment plan include?
Your COVID-19 treatment plan will be based on a number of unique factors, including, but not limited to, your age, your risk level for developing a serious infection, and how severe your symptoms are.
These factors will help your provider develop a treatment plan based on your specific needs. A plan might include one or more of the following:
- A COVID-19 medical prescription
- Over-the-counter remedies
- Isolation precautions
- Contact tracing
- Vaccine guidance
Note that if you are prescribed COVID-19 medication, it can be filled by the pharmacy of your choice!
No test results? No problem
If you’ve been exposed to the virus and are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, but don’t yet have positive test results, you’re still eligible for a zero-cost-to-patient consultation.
During consultations, providers are also able to conduct disability evaluations for long-term COVID-19 symptoms, virtually proctor an at-home COVID-19 test, and write certificates of clearance.
If you’re interested in these services, simply ask your provider when you meet.
Are you eligible for COVID-19 medication?
If you’re 65 or older, or if you’ve tested positive for COVID-19, are experiencing symptoms, and are at risk for severe illness, your provider may choose to prescribe you a COVID-19 medication.
COVID-19 medications can accelerate your recovery and significantly reduce the chances of a COVID-related hospital visit.
Qualifying conditions may include but are not limited to:
|• Cancer||• Diabetes (Type 1 or Type 2)|
|• Chronic kidney, liver, or lung disease, including cystic fibrosis and tuberculosis||• Disabilities|
|• Dementia or other neurological conditions||• Mental health conditions|
|• Overweight and obesity, physical inactivity||• Substance use disorders|
|• Pregnancy||• Weakened immune system, including HIV infection, organ or bone marrow transplant|
|• Sickle cell disease or thalassemia||• Smoking, current or former|
We encourage you to visit the CDC for the most up-to-date list of qualifying conditions.
Get to know our providers
Covid Clinic has tested more than 3,000,000 Americans since 2020, diagnosing more than half a million cases and saving countless lives. Our COVID-19 consulting and prescription-writing services are made possible through a partnership with Rume Medical Group, a telemedicine company who’s number one priority is putting you in the driver’s seat of your health.
Like so many of us at Covid Clinic, Rume Medical Group providers have been working on the front lines of the pandemic since early 2020, and are eager and ready to help you recover quickly from your COVID-19 infection.
We look forward to meeting you
We’re open 7AM to 10PM PDT, seven days a week, and look forward to connecting. If you submit a form outside these hours, you’ll still receive a text message containing a Zoom link.
Save your link and use it to meet with your provider during normal business hours. We’ll meet you there.