Antiviral Treatments

Tested Positive for COVID-19? You May Be Eligible for Antiviral Medication

If you have tested positive for COVID-19, consider asking your healthcare provider if you are eligible to be prescribed Paxlovid or Molnupiravir. These treatments are antiviral pills that are taken within five days of symptom onset and can help prevent severe illness and hospitalization. Your healthcare provider can prescribe them to you for pick-up at many pharmacies throughout Clackamas County.  

If you do not have an established healthcare provider, there are additional ways to access COVID-19 antiviral medications in Clackamas County:

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Test to Treat is a federal initiative that creates a one-stop-shop for getting tested, being evaluated by a healthcare provider, getting a prescription for a COVID-19 treatment (if eligible), and having it filled right there at the pharmacy. As of early June, Walgreens Happy Valley is currently the only Test to Treat location in Clackamas County.

  • An appointment is required. Visit the Providence Express Care at Walgreens Happy Valley website to reserve a date and time.
  • There is no cost or insurance required for the COVID-19 test or medication, except for possible co-pays. If you don't have insurance—or this location does not accept your insurance—you may be charged a fee for the medical evaluation. 
  • If you have a positive at-home test or positive result from a testing site, you may provide that at your scheduled appointment instead of testing again. 
  • For questions regarding the Test to Treat initiative, assistance is available in over 150 languages at 1-800-232-0233.  
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Clinicians at urgent care clinics can provide testing, evaluate your condition, and prescribe antiviral medications (if eligible) for pick-up at a local pharmacy. If you don't have insurance—or the urgent care does not accept your insurance—you will need to pay out-of-pocket for provided services.  

  • Adventist Health
    Locations in Estacada, Sandy, and Welches
    Financial assistance available to those who qualify
  • GoHealth Urgent Care
    Locations in Happy Valley, Oregon City, and Lake Oswego
  • AFC Urgent Care
    Located in Oregon City
    503-305-6262
  • Providence Express/Immediate Care
    Locations in Oregon City, Happy Valley, Canby, and Lake Oswego. Financial assistance and discounts for the uninsured available to those who qualify. 
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You will need to establish care before accessing treatment for COVID-19. Since this may take longer than the time period in which you would need to start treatment if you’re symptomatic and/or test positive for COVID-19, you may not be able to get immediate care this way, but you will be prepared for the next time you need to see a doctor.

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Tested positive or were exposed to COVID‑19?
The trained professionals at the Oregon Health Authority can help.
Hours Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
866-917-8881

Vaccine questions?
COVIDVaccine@clackamas.us

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503-655-8585

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK