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COVID-19 resources

Humboldt General Hospital continues to take steps to protect the safety of our patients, staff, visitors, and community. We also want you to have the resources and information you need to stay informed during the coronavirus pandemic.

COVID-19 screening

Are you concerned that you have COVID-19 symptoms or might have been exposed to the virus? Visit our drive-thru COVID-19 screening clinic for a nasal swab test that's given while you sit in your car. Please bring your ID and insurance card with you.

Location: 51 E. Haskell St. (HGH West Campus parking lot)

Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (closed for lunch from 12 to 1 p.m.)

No appointment needed.

The screening clinic also has a healthcare provider on-site Monday through Friday from 8 to 5 p.m. The provider can test for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), strep throat, flu, and COVID-19, with on-site results for RSV, strep, and flu. The provider can also provide care for respiratory illnesses, including COVID-19. An appointment is required for these visits.

For more information about the screening clinic or to make an appointment with a healthcare provider there, please call 775.623.7923.

Regeneron Clinics

Tested positive for COVID-19? If you are experiencing mild to moderate symptoms, Regeneron may be an option for you. HGH is holding daily Regeneron clinics. To reserve your spot, register on Eventbrite by clicking a date below.

Proof of a positive COVID test and a physician’s order are required.

Dates will be added if demand increases. If you cannot access the online registration, call 775.623.7923. Registration closes at 2:00 p.m. the day before each scheduled clinic day. Patients will be contacted by HGH staff to complete the registration process. There is no cost for Regeneron but there will be a charge for its administration. Patients must be 12 years or older AND weigh more than 80 pounds to receive Regeneron.

Community vaccine sites

If you're a Rural Health Clinic patient, ask your doctor about getting the COVID-19 vaccine at your next appointment. In addition, the following community sites offer COVID-19 vaccines. Please call for more information:

You can also find a vaccine location and get answers to common vaccine questions at the Immunize Nevada website.

Vaccine information

Here are some important vaccine resources:

Find and print an immunization record for your child or yourself through Nevada WebIZ's public access portal:

To report adverse vaccine reactions:

Learn more about COVID-19 vaccines by downloading these PDFs:

COVID-19 visitation policy

Visitation restrictions are in effect at HGH and are subject to change. Learn more about our visitation policies.

Humboldt County COVID-19 updates

Get updates and information about COVID-19 in Humboldt County.

COVID-19 prevention guidelines

Get information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: