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People who are at higher risk should get a booster dose to continue to have the highest level of protection that the vaccines provide.
As of April 1, we are no longer offering COVID-19 testing. At-home antigen tests are available at local retail pharmacies and online. To get a PCR test, please visit your local urgent care center.
There are several therapeutic drugs that are approved by the FDA or that have Emergency Use Authorization to treat or prevent COVID-19.
Visiting Our Facilities
As a part of our effort to keep patients and staff healthy during COVID-19, our visitor guidelines are frequently changing. Be sure you are aware of the latest policy in effect.
Post-Acute COVID-Syndrome Clinic
We provide care for patients with Post-Acute COVID Syndrome, also known as long COVID, at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. Our multidisciplinary team can oversee evaluation and management of patients with this emerging problem.
The term long COVID does not necessarily mean that a person is still infected with the virus. It means that they are experiencing troublesome, often debilitating symptoms that last beyond 12 weeks after the acute infection is over.