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COVID-19 boosters are now available for select groups. See if you're eligible and book your booster now.

Frequently Asked Coronavirus Questions

Coronavirus (COVID-19) has become a part of our daily lives. With information virtually everywhere, we’ve compiled what we believe are the most important things to know.

Whether you have questions about the vaccine or booster, need to know where to go if you’re sick, or have other general questions about Coronavirus, take a look below and stay safe, healthy, and informed.

COVID-19 vaccines and boosters

Multiple COVID-19 vaccines are now available — providing excellent protection against Coronavirus and helping to slow the spread throughout our communities. Get answers to your vaccine and booster questions and book your shot with AHN.

Coronavirus basics

We learn more about COVID-19 every day, including how the virus spreads, how you can protect yourself, and ways to avoid getting sick in the future.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is constantly updating this information, providing the most recent scientific findings. Review top insights from the CDC:

 If you suspect you have Coronavirus

If you aren’t feeling well, it’s best that you stay at home and call your doctor to discuss your symptoms and next steps. Learn about what to do and where to go for help from AHN. The CDC also has information on how to care for yourself or a loved one, and what it means to quarantine.  

Coronavirus testing locations

If you’re experiencing Coronavirus symptoms or think you’ve been exposed, you can get tested at an AHN doctor’s office or one of our Express Care locations. Learn more about our testing sites.

Pregnancy and Coronavirus

If you’re concerned about yourself, your pregnancy, or your baby, AHN is here to help keep you safe and healthy. See common questions and answers for pregnancy and Coronavirus concerns.

Treatment options for Coronavirus

While there is no “cure” for Coronavirus, there are several different treatment options depending on the severity of a patient’s illness.

  • For patients not in the hospital, but who are at risk for complications, an outpatient treatment called monoclonal antibody infusion is available. This treatment must be given within 10 days of the start of COVID-19 symptoms, so call your doctor immediately if you feel you’ve contracted Coronavirus. AHN offers monoclonal antibody treatment at several locations.
  • There are also many over-the-counter medicines you can take to relieve symptoms. Talk to your doctor as soon as you aren’t feeling well to learn more about your options.
  • For more severe cases, AHN is staying up to date on the most advanced treatments and offering them, whenever necessary, in our hospitals.