COVID-19 Medications

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If you test positive for COVID-19, there are medications available to reduce the risk of hospitalization or death. COVID-19 medications must be prescribed by your primary care physician or at a Test-to-Treat location. Medications must start from the initial days of testing positive to be effective. Contact your provider or visit a Test-to-Treat location for treatment options and eligibility. If you do not have insurance, call the Department of Healthcare Services for a 24/7 nurse advice line at 1-877-409-9052.

COVID-19 Test-to-treat

Test-to-Treat locations are a "one-stop-shop" where you can get tested, visit a provider, and obtain medications at the same location. To locate participating facilities outside of Kings County, use the COVID-19 Test-to-Treat Locator & Medications. If you have a prescription for a COVID-19 Treatment, use the locator to view current availability for medications at a pharmacy near you. 

or by calling call 1-800-232-0233 additional assistance

Clinics Offering Test-to-Treat in Kings County


Aria Community Health Center

148 E. Kings Street

(559) 386-9000


United Health Centers*

250 E Hanford Armona Road

(559) 997-6140


United Health Centers*

1545 Mall Drive

(800) 492-4227


Aria Community Health Center

20326 Main Street

(559) 947-3500

Aria Community Health Center

209 C Street

(559) 924-7005

Aria Community Health Center

328 West 8t Street

(559) 582-2500


Aria Community Health Center

304 Becky Pease Street

(559) 386-4501


United Health Centers*

1000 Chittenden Avenue

(559) 992-5020

*All United Health Center locations in Kings County have extended hours on Saturday & Sunday from 9:00am - 5:30pm. Call site to schedule an appointment.

Additional Information
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