Coronavirus (Covid-19)

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Stay Informed About Coronavirus

Updated 10/6/2023

The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration ended on May 11th, 2023; however, COVID-19 may still cause illness. Visit CDC and Washington State Department of Health to stay updated on ongoing transition, tools and resources to keep you, your family and community safe and protected.

COVID Isolation & Quarantine for COVID-19: Isolation and Quarantine for COVID-19 | Washington State Department of Health

COVID Treatment: COVID-19 Treatments | Washington State Department of Health

Get your COVID-19 questions answered:

You may call our 24-hour nurse line at (888) 275-8750 (TTY 711) for advice. Open seven days a week.
COVID-19 Vaccine Information    

Data has shown that COVID-19 vaccination and boosters are the best protection against infection and illness. Several COVID-19 Vaccines are available for people 6 months of age and older. Please consult with your doctor (healthcare provider) for recommendations related to vaccination and appropriate dosages.

To learn more about COVID-19 vaccines, please visit Covid-19 Vaccine Information | Washington State Department of Health
COVID-19 Testing Information

Free COVID-19 Tests
Starting 9/25/2023, every U.S. household can again place an order to receive four free COVID-19 rapid test kits delivered directly to their home. - Free at-home COVID-19 tests

COVID-19 testing at your doctor's office is covered by Molina for Medicaid, Medicare, and Marketplace.
At-home COVID-19 Tests
Apple Health (Medicaid) members can receive up to 2 at-home COVID-19 tests per month with or without prescription. To get the at-home COVID-19 test please refer to the instruction below. 

1. Find a pharmacy and call ahead to make sure they accept Apple Health coverage and have COVID-19 tests in stock. 
a. If you are enrolled in managed care, ask if they can bill your plan. 
2. Go to your pharmacy and request an at-home COVID-19 test. 
3. You do not need a prescription but you must go to a pharmacy so they can bill Apple Health.
4. If your pharmacy has questions on how to bill for at-home COVID-19 tests, refer them to the HCA COVID-19 billing guides for more information. 

Tests must be billed by a pharmacy or other medical provider. You cannot be reimbursed for tests you purchase yourself. 

Marketplace members can also receive up to 2 at-home COVID-19 tests per month with or without prescriptions. 

Other testing resources
Washington State in-person COVID-19 Testing locations and FAQs.
You may also visit No-Cost COVID-19 Testing (