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COVID CLINIC SETTING THE COVID-19 TESTING STANDARD IN LAS VEGAS AND RENO, NEVADA AS TOURISM RETURNS TO PRE-COVID LEVELS
Since November of 2020, Covid Clinic has been conducting COVID-19 testing in Las Vegas and has since expanded to a total of four locations in the state — three in Las Vegas and one in Reno. Covid Clinic has fostered a strong relationship with the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce since opening their first testing
With COVID-19 testing sites already established in Federal Way, Tacoma, Tukwila, and Vancouver, Washington, Covid Clinic has added a location in Marysville, with two additional State of Washington sites in the works. The new testing site is located at Marysville Town Center, 105 Mall Way, Marysville, WA 98270. Marysville is located in Snohomish County and
With roughly 100 COVID-19 testing locations throughout their home state of California, Covid Clinic has added two more sites in the Golden State — Anaheim/Riverdale Park and Los Alamitos, with additional locations planned for the coming weeks. According to The New York Times, California has reported 5.17 million COVID cases, with more than 1.5 million
Continuing our nationwide response to the current COVID-19 surge, Covid Clinic is proud to share that we are now opening testing locations in Louisiana and Massachusetts. The rapid takeover of the Omicron variant has hit Louisiana especially hard. Emergency room visits remain at an all-time high while reinfections are happening more often. According to Governor
The 2021 Holiday Season is upon us, which means families are getting ready to reunite, eat delicious food, and create new precious memories with one another. With more than 60% of the U.S. population vaccinated and more of the of U.S. opening up, people are poised to return to pre-COVID traditions. However, as the weather
The holidays are here, and this season is typically associated with Christmas lights, trees, presents, family, and time off from work. However, the holidays also correlate with flu season, which usually peaks by mid-December. The CDC has confirmed that there will be a flu season this year, as compared to last year when transmission of
The latest COVID vaccine has been out since the 2019 outbreak in Asia. Since then, many people have been infected but we have been slow to learn about the confusing array of available testing options at doctors’ offices and healthcare facilities. The COVID vaccine is important because it can help reduce the risk of contracting
COVID-19 immunization can assist you to avoid contracting COVID-19. You may experience certain negative effects, which are common indicators that your body is preparing to defend itself. These side effects might make it difficult to perform day-to-day chores, but they should pass in a few days. Some patients have no harmful side effects at all.
-Vaccines against COVID-19 are both safe and effective. -After immunization, you may have some side effects, which are normal. -It normally takes two weeks for your body to build immunity (protection) against the virus that causes COVID-19 after you’ve been properly vaccinated. -Find a vaccine if you haven’t been vaccinated. Continue to take all precautions
This pandemic has flipped children’s lives upside down. Children’s schedules are anything but normal, thanks to remote schooling and canceled playdates. Children have questions regarding the coronavirus, and they benefit from age-appropriate responses that do not add to their worry. It’s also beneficial to talk about — and model — things kids can control, such
Rapid testing to detect the virus has never been more critical as COVID-19 vaccinations become available, travel rises and more schools and companies open their doors. Why? It will take time to vaccinate enough individuals. Even then, scientists and medical professionals are trying to figure out how long vaccine protection lasts and how effective vaccines
COVID-19 is a respiratory disorder that can lead to serious sickness, especially in patients who already have diabetes, obesity, or high blood pressure. SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, is usually tested using two different types of testing. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests, often known as diagnostic or molecular tests, are the first type. These
You’re probably looking into your COVID-19 testing choices if you’ve been feeling under the weather or if you’ve lately been in close touch with someone who has COVID-19. If that’s the case, you’ve probably grown perplexed by the various forms of testing offered. Terms like PCR, fast testing, and antibody testing are strewn over COVID-19-related
The coronavirus still has a lot to teach us. For one thing, experts have only lately discovered that symptoms might mimic those of other illnesses such as the flu and pneumonia. While testing wasn’t readily available when the COVID-19 outbreak began in early 2020, some persons were tested and found to be negative. Antibody testing
With all of the hype surrounding antibody testing and what they can do for you, it’s no surprise that people are unsure what they are. Here’s a quick rundown of the differences between antibody and diagnostic tests so you can decide which is best for you. Antibody Tests: What Are They? Antibodies are proteins that
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