Test-to-treat program gives people a fast and easy way to get lifesaving treatment for COVID-19. In this program, you can get tested (at test-to-treat sites). If the result is positive, and treatments are appropriate for you, you can get a prescription from a healthcare provider and have the prescription filled all in one location. You can also bring test results obtained from a home testing kit to test-to-treat sites and get evaluated by a healthcare provider for treatment.
What should you do if you don’t have medical insurance or a doctor?
Don’t panic. If you test positive and need treatment, test to treat locations must give you antiviral pills at no cost (for example CVS). You might be charged for testing and evaluation.
If you cannot afford testing and evaluation:
- Contact us (add EVH phone numbers) for support. We’ll help you connect with a telemedicine provider or community health center.
- Contact a telemedicine provider who can evaluate you for treatment over the phone. Some people may qualify for a FREE nationwide telehealth program.
- You may be eligible to have your COVID-19 vaccine, testing and treatment covered at no-cost by Medicaid. Apply online.