COVID-19 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
Covid-19 FAQs Available in different languages from the Ad Council (in different languages, en espanol)
Symptoms of Covid-19 Information on symptoms, what to do if you or a family member is sick, and when to emergency medical attention
CDC Covid-19 Información La mejor fuente de información general de Covid-19 actualizada regularmente
Vaccines Myths & Facts by Tennessee Department of Health
GETTING A COVID-19 TEST
COVID-19 tests are available for purchase online or in a store that can be used completely at home. At-home tests allow you to collect your own sample and test it with a system that gives you results in minutes at home. As of 2022, these antigen tests are currently about $24.00. The following clinics offer rapid (drive-thru) and other Covid-19 testing.
Walgreens Free, contactless COVID-19 testing for patients age 3 and up at select locations. Click on the link and go to "Get Started" to find an appointment near you.
Fast Pace (901)614-4455
People's First (901)873-0930
Covid-19 Symptoms and How to Protect Yourself John's Hopkins University's Coronavirus at a Glance: Infographic
State of Tennessee Vaccine Information Website Up-to-date State of TN Vaccination Reporting and general information
Booster Information Frequently asked questions answered by the American Academy of Family Physicians
SIGNING UP FOR A VACCINE
CDC Vaccine Finder - Search your zip code to find a vaccine location and schedule an appointment. Most local pharmacies have the Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccines available including Boatwright's, Kroger and Walgreen's.
Individual who can't sign up for a vaccine using a computer can call the Tennessee Department of Health Information Line at 866-442-5301. Para asistencia en Español, por favor llame 866-442-5301
KIDS & THE COVID-19 VACCINE
Covid Vaccine: What Parents Need to Know - Great resource from Johns Hopkins experts
Possible Treatment Options - Information on treatments for individuals with mild to moderate symptoms. One of the most common and effective treatments is monoclonal antibody treatment. This treatment is available in Millington and surrounding areas. Watch this video for more information:
Search your address/town here for locations where you can receive monoclonal antibody treatment: https://covid19.tn.gov/antibody-infusion-locations/