Paxlovid prescriptions can now be filled at Minnesota’s COVID-19 test-to-treat sites

Minnesota COVID-19 patients can now fill Paxlovid prescriptions directly at state-run test-to-treat sites, the governor’s office announced Wednesday.

This move is expected to further streamline the process of COVID-19 care, as people can get tested, evaluated and now treated for COVID-19 in one visit.

Prescriptions are available at St. Paul-Midway, Moorhead, Brooklyn Park, Duluth and Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport sites starting on Wednesday, the governor’s office says.

Minnesotans can find information about COVID-19 testing sites and make appointments here.

Minnesota test-to-treat sites were introduced at the beginning of June.

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Shortly before, Paxlovid was introduced to the public.

Click here to learn more about the COVID-19 treatment from KSTP medical expert Dr. Archelle Georgiou.