The Hispanic Liaison, is still distributing free at-home COVID-19 tests (While supply last). Call us to request your test kit.
If you have tested positive for COVID or feel you might be positive. There are still options for treatment, even if you are uninsured or undocumented. You can do it yourself at https://test2treat.org/ or contact us to get support.
Sometimes, people who get sick with the virus that causes COVID-19 can have problems for a long time, even after they get better. We call this Long COVID or Post-COVID Conditions (PCC). Long COVID can make you feel sick in different ways for weeks, months, or even years.
Most of the time, people who had a bad case of COVID-19 are more likely to have Long COVID. But even if you had a mild case, you can still get it too.
The virus that causes COVID-19 can infect people more than once. So if you have had COVID more than once, there’s a chance you could have Long COVID again.
The U.S. public health emergency that was declared to respond to COVID-19 ended May 11 2023. However, in North Carolina, you can still get COVID-19 vaccines, tests, and treatment for free, even if you don’t have insurance or are undocumented. This will continue as long as supplies last. When the vaccines that were bought by the government run out, you can still get them, just like you would for flu shots and other regular vaccines. You can use Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, or pay for them yourself if you don’t have insurance.
Reach out to us to help you navigate your needs related to COVID-19.