COVID-19 News & Updates

ATTENTION ALL PATIENTS

Please review our updated COVID-19 testing procedures.

Beginning Sunday, 10/1/2023, anyone seeking a COVID-19 PCR test MUST HAVE AN ORDER FROM THEIR PROVIDER.

The self-swabbing station was removed and is no longer an acceptable COVID-19 swabbing/testing option.

Please contact your Primary Care Provider to obtain a COVID-19 testing order and receive additional testing details.

To protect yourself and others from COVID-19, please follow these simple practices:

Wash your hands often – Scrub with soap and water for 20 seconds or rub your hands with an alcohol based hand sanitizer for 15 seconds.

Don’t touch your face – Especially avoid contact with your eyes, nose and mouth.

Practice social distancing whenever possible – This means avoiding close contact with others.

Stay home if you are sick.

Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue – Dispose of the tissue immediately afterward. Use your shirt sleeve, not your hands, if no tissue is available.

Disinfect frequently touched surfaces – Phones, doorknobs, elevator buttons, light switches, countertops, handles, desks, keyboards, toilets, faucets, sinks and more.

If you are feeling sick and experiencing respiratory problems, please contact your Primary Care Provider.  If you do not have a Primary Care Provider, please call Marshfield Primary Care Center, 906-776-5800. Tele-health visits are available.

COVID-19 Resources

The most relevant statewide data can be found using the following link: – https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus

For a broader report please check the CDC link: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html 

Find your nearest COVID Test Site 

WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES? 

If you get a positive COVID-19 test result, talk to your health care provider about your risk and potential treatment options.  High-risk adults and children (12-17) who have had symptoms for 10 days or less should be considered for monoclonal antibody therapy treatment.  You may also qualify if you are exposed and at a higher risk for infection.