COVID-19 Vaccines, Testing, and Treatments

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If you need a COVID-19 vaccine, please contact your primary care provider's office or visit your local pharmacy.

As of February 28, 2024, the CDC recommends that adults ages 65 and older receive an additional dose of the updated COVID vaccine.

Learn more about the updated COVID-19 vaccines and who should get them on the CDC's website.


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COVID-19 vaccines

COVID-19 vaccines are the best way to protect you from the virus. The updated vaccines are recommended for everyone 6 months and older.

Learn more about COVID-19 vaccines.

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COVID-19 testing

As of April 1, 2023, we no longer offer 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.

Find out how to get tested.

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COVID-19 treatments

There are therapeutic drugs that are approved by the FDA or that have Emergency Use Authorization to treat or prevent COVID-19.

Learn about available treatments.

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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.

Review our guidelines prior to your visit.

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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.

Learn more about the clinic.

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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.

Learn more about long COVID.