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Uninsured patients who meet eligibility criteria may qualify for no-cost testing

Testing services and at-home tests

Use your FSA, HSA or HRA funds for treatment & testing

Test typeCostResults timeAge

COVID-19 & FLU

Rapid Test

Antigen on-site testing that quickly detects COVID-19 and/or influenza A/B with a single swab sample.

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$19.99

30 minutes

Processed on-site

3+

COVID-19 & FLU, COVID-19 only

PCR Test

Molecular testing sent to a lab to reliably test for COVID-19 and/or influenza A/B

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Uninsured patients:

If you meet federal eligibility criteria, you may qualify for no cost testing*

Insured patients:

Insurance coverage varies by provider. Out of pocket costs may apply. Up to $128.99 for COVID-19 testing, and $164.99 for COVID-19 and flu

48 hours

Processed at lab

3+

COVID-19

At-home Rapid Antigen Test

Self test with fast results from home used to detect COVID-19. Ideal for those with symptoms or exposed to COVID-19.

Order with insurance

Order with insurance

Your pharmacist will confirm insurance coverage or determine out of pocket cost.

Purchase online & in store

Available for purchase, price varies

Typically about 15 minutes; depends on test type

Processed at home

2+

COVID-19

Rapid Molecular Test (ID NOW™)

Molecular on-site testing that is highly accurate and quickly detects COVID-19

Schedule now

Uninsured patients:

If you meet federal eligibility criteria, you may qualify for no cost testing.*

Insured patients:

Insurance coverage varies by provider. Out of pocket costs may apply. Up to $128.99

1 hour

Processed on-site

3+

COVID-19

Pixel by Labcorp PCR Test Home Collection Kit

Samples are self collected at home and shipped to a lab for processing

Pickup

No cost to you (Pickup)

Funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services††

1 to 2 days after sample is received by lab

Processed at lab

2+

COVID-19 & FLU

Rapid Test

Antigen on-site testing that quickly detects COVID-19 and/or influenza A/B with a single swab sample.

$19.99

Result time: 30 minutes

Processed on-site

Age: 3+

Schedule now

COVID-19 & FLU, COVID-19 ONLY

PCR Test

Molecular testing sent to a lab to reliably test for COVID-19 and/or influenza A/B

Uninsured patients:

If you meet federal eligibility criteria, you may qualify for no cost testing.*

Insured patients:

Insurance coverage varies by provider. Out of pocket costs may apply. Up to $128.99 for COVID-19 testing, and $164.99 for COVID-19 and flu

Result time: 48 hours

Processed at lab

Age: 3+

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COVID-19

At-home Rapid Antigen Test

Self test with fast results from home used to detect COVID-19. Ideal for those with symptoms or exposed to COVID-19.

Order with insurance

Your pharmacist will confirm insurance coverage or determine out of pocket cost.

Purchase online & in store

Available for purchase, price varies

Typically about 15 minutes; depends on test type

Processed at home

Age: 2+

Order with insurance

COVID-19

Rapid Molecular Test (ID NOW™)

Molecular on-site testing that is highly accurate and quickly detects COVID-19

Uninsured patients:

If you meet federal eligibility criteria, you may qualify for no cost testing.*

Insured patients:

Insurance coverage varies by provider. Out of pocket costs may apply. Up to $128.99

Result time: 1 hour

Processed on-site

Age: 3+

Schedule now

COVID-19

Pixel by Labcorp PCR Test Home Collection Kit

Samples are self collected at home and shipped to a lab for processing

No cost to you (Pickup)

Funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services††

Result time: 1 to 2 days after sample is received by lab

Processed at lab

Age: 2+

Pickup

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Due to the Public Health Emergency ending on May 11, 2023, your coverage of COVID-19 tests may have changed. If your insurance provider no longer provides testing benefits, payment may be due at the time of your appointment. Check with your insurance to see if you’re covered.

Please note: test results, including those for travel, cannot be guaranteed by a specific time. Additionally, COVID-19 test costs are non-refundable.

Treatment options

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COVID-19 treatment

If a patient tests positive for COVID-19, a Walgreens pharmacist may be able to prescribe an antiviral treatment. Patients can complete a free screening to see if they are eligible for a pharmacist assessment. In-store treatment options available in select states.

Assessment fee:

$44.991

Pay with credit, debit card, HSA or FSA card

Cost of Rx:

Prescription price varies based on patient’s insurance plan. Copay assistance options available through patient assistance program by visiting www.paxlovid.com/paxcess opens in a new tab

Age:

12&plus;

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Flu treatment

After a positive flu test, patient may be eligible for flu treatment either in-store or virtually, in select states. Consult with a pharmacist at the time of your appointment or online from home, and pending eligibility, get an affordable prescription treatment all within just a few hours.

Assessment fee:

Pharmacist assessment: $44.991

Virtual Healthcare visit with a doctor or nurse practitioner: $33 - $452

Pay with credit, debit card, HSA or FSA card

Cost of Rx:

Prescription price varies based on patient’s insurance plan

Age & treatment availability:

  • In-store assessments available in AR, CO, FL, ID, KS, KY, MI, MN, NE, UT, WA, WI. Age varies by state
  • Virtual care is available in CA, FL, GA, IL, MI, NV, NC, OH, and TX. Must be 18 years or older

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Frequently Asked Questions

Get answers to your questions about testing

Testing at Walgreens

  • How old do you have to be to get tested at Walgreens?

    Walgreens offers testing for patients ages 3+. Minors, under age 18, getting tested must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Minors may be assisted by their parent or legal guardian during the sample self-collection process.

  • How do I get tested at Walgreens?
    1. To make an appointment, choose a location and time for your test.

    2. Enter patient information and complete a quick questionnaire.
    • Arrive at the Walgreens pharmacy and follow the instructions provided in your confirmation email.
  • The pharmacy team member will prepare the test(s) and provide instructions on how the COVID-19 and/or flu test(s) will be performed.
  • All test results will be sent via email. If you received a rapid test, you may wait to receive your test results directly from the pharmacy team member.α
  • What do I need to bring to my test?

    You will be asked to bring:

    • Copy of your confirmation email (digital accepted)
    • Valid state ID or driver’s license
    • Insurance card or voucher, if applicable

    For patients ages 3–17, the parent or legal guardian who provided consent to test the patient will be asked to show a copy of the appointment confirmation email, a valid state ID or driver’s license, and insurance card or voucher.

  • Can I get tested at any Walgreens location, even if I live in a different state?

    Yes, we offer testing for ages 3+ at Walgreens locations nationwide. Visit our testing page to schedule a test at your preferred location.

  • COVID-19 Testing Information

    • Who is eligible for no cost COVID-19 testing at Walgreens?

      Uninsured patients must meet federal eligibility requirementsopens in a new tab in order to receive a COVID-19 test at no cost.* To be eligible for a federally funded test, uninsured patients must have symptoms or a recent exposure to a confirmed positive COVID-19 case.

      Insured patients should contact their insurance provider before receiving any testing services at Walgreens to confirm coverage and understand their plan and benefits. If their health plan does not offer testing benefits at Walgreens, the patient will be responsible for covering any out-of-pocket costs for testing. Testing services may be covered by their HSA, FSA or HRA.

    • How soon after exposure to COVID-19 should I get tested?

      Get tested immediately if you have symptoms of COVID-19. If you do not have symptoms, wait 5 full days after exposure before getting tested.

    • When is a COVID-19 test most accurate?

      You’re most likely to get an accurate result if symptoms are present or at least a few days after exposure because that gives the body enough time to develop a viral load that can be detected by a test. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends testing immediately when symptoms develop, or waiting at least 5 days after exposure if you aren’t showing symptoms.

    • Do COVID-19 tests detect variants?

      COVID-19 tests indicate if you have an infection at the time of the test. Antigen or Nucleic Acid Amplification Tests (NAATs) are viral tests, both of which Walgreens offers (they’re called “viral” tests because they detect viral infection). Additional tests are needed to determine which variant caused an infection, but these typically are not authorized for patient use. For more information on variants, visit the CDCthe CDC page on COVID-19 variants. Opens in a new tab..

    • How long can you test positive for COVID-19?

      After a positive test result, you may continue to test positive for some time. You may continue to test positive on antigen tests for several weeks after your initial positive test. You may continue to test positive on rapid tests for up to 90 days.

      It is also possible to get reinfected within 90 days, which can make it hard to know if a positive test indicates a new infection. Consult a healthcare provider if you have worsening symptoms or have any questions or concerns.

      For more information, visit the CDC website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/testing.html Opens in a new tab.

    • How does the Pixel by Labcorp COVID-19 PCR Test Home Collection Kit curbside pickup process work?

      We’ve partnered with Labcorp to provide Pixel by Labcorp® COVID-19 At-Home Collection Kit, a PCR test available through Labcorp OnDemand at no cost to individuals who meet clinical guidelines.

      To get your Pixel by Labcorp® kit at select Walgreens locations:

      1. Visit our scheduler to request a Labcorp COVID-19 at-home kit for Pickup.µ
      2. Select the location nearest you that has the product in stock and fill out necessary information.
      3. Collect your test collection kit from the designated pickup location.
      4. Follow the instructions provided by LabCorp to collect your sample at home and send it to the laboratory for processing.
      5. Drop off completed tests at one of more than 6,000 Walgreens locations that offer FedEx drop off or at a FedEx drop off location using the pre-paid FedEx Priority Overnight bag provided.
      6. You will receive an email from LabCorp containing a secure link to your results once they are ready.α

      Learn more about at home collection kit PCR tests or pick a store herepick a store.

    Get answers to your questions about flu testing

    • Why should I get tested for the flu?

      Symptoms of both flu and COVID-19 are similar, including but not limited to:

      • Aches
      • Fever
      • Coughing
      • Sore Throat
      • Fatigue

      Testing helps determine which condition is causing your symptoms. This allows a Walgreens pharmacist to obtain the information they need to help you more quickly manage symptoms and potentially receive treatment to help keep you from becoming more ill.

    • Why should I get the flu and COVID-19 test together?

      The flu and COVID-19 share many similar symptoms, which can make it difficult to determine which virus may be causing your symptoms. Testing results allow a pharmacist to properly support the patient by advising on the appropriate symptom management or treatment options, if available.

    • What is the cost of flu testing at Walgreens?

      Patients can receive a combination COVID-19 and flu rapid test for $19.99. Insurance coverage for flu and COVID-19 testing may vary depending on your insurance provider and plan.3 Before receiving any testing services at Walgreens, please contact your insurance provider to understand your benefits. Uninsured patients that meet federal eligibility criteriaopens in a new tab may be eligible to receive a no cost flu test as part of the combination COVID-19 and Influenza A/B tests offered by Walgreens.

      The patient is responsible for covering any out-of-pocket costs not covered by their insurance provider. Testing services at Walgreens may be covered by your HSA, FSA or HRA.

    At-home testing

    • How can I order at-home COVID-19 antigen tests through the pharmacy?

      Choose your pickup store. Note, test availability may vary by store.

      1. Select your quantity. You can choose 2, 4, 6 or 8 tests.
      2. Enter the patient information and complete a quick questionnaire.
      3. Enter your insurance information, and we'll submit a claim on your behalf to see if your insurance provider offers coverage. If the tests are not covered by insurance, and the patient still wishes to purchase, the patient may be responsible for the full cost, up to $23.99 per test kit (each test kit contains 2 tests).**
      4. When your order is ready, we'll contact you with detailed pickup instructions.

      Learn more about at-home COVID-19 test kits or pick a store herepick a store.

    • What at-home COVID-19 tests are available at Walgreens?

      We offer several types of at-home COVID-19 tests for purchase online or at your local Walgreens.

      1. Walgreens brand
      2. BinaxNOW
      3. FaStep Antigen Pen
      4. Flowflex
      5. Genabio
      6. Lucira

    Travel

    • I'm getting ready to travel. What should I do?

      Stay up to dateon your COVID-19 vaccine. opens in a new tab on your COVID-19 vaccines—and get tested before and after traveling, along with taking everyday precautions—can help reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 on planes, in airports, at destinations, and back home. Please check with your airline and destination for local guidance and requirements. To travel with confidence, follow the latest CDC guidance on travel. opens in a new tab.

      Testing can be helpful even when you don’t have symptoms or a recent exposure to COVID-19, such as before an event or visiting someone at higher risk. Test as close to the time of the event as possible (at least within 1-2 days) to help you make informed decisions about your health and your risk of spreading COVID-19 to others. If you use an antigen test, follow recommendations for repeat testing to be confident in a negative result. Additionally, some places may test people without symptoms or a recent exposure to help keep COVID-19 from spreading to others, especially those who are at higher risk for severe illness opens in a new tab.

      Please note: Testing for travel is no longer covered by federal testing criteria. You may be required to pay for your test if your insurance plan does not cover it. Please contact your insurance provider for coverage information.

      Test results

      • How will I get my test results?

        After testing, you’ll receive an email that contains a secure link to your test results. If you’ve tested within the last 30 days and need help accessing your test result records, call the store where you received your COVID-19 or flu test. If it’s been longer than 30 days, please call the Walgreens Custodian of Records at 217-554-8949.

        There are three options for saving your results:

        • Take a screenshot
        • Download the PDF to your device
        • Scan the QR code to save your results to a Smart Health Card-compatible app, such as CommonPass or CommonHealth.
      • When will I get my test results?

        Test results turnaround times will vary based on location and type of test. You will be notified of the results by email.

        • PCR Test results are typically available within 48 hours. α
        • Rapid Test results are available in under an hour.
        • Rapid Antigen Test results are available in under an hour.
      • If I test positive for COVID-19, how can I manage my symptoms?

        In accordance with CDC guidance, if you test positive for a respiratory virus such as COVID-19, it is recommended that, if able, stay home and away from others if you have symptoms and resume normal activities 24 hours after symptoms improve and you are fever free. Other ways to help keep you and others safe include practice good hygiene, improve ventilation, physical distancing, wear a mask around others, monitor symptoms if you have them, and seek medical care as needed or in case of a medical emergency. For more information on updated CDC guidance, please visit: Respiratory Virus Guidanceopens in a new tab.

      • How can I report the results of my at-home COVID-19 test?

        You may choose to report negative or positive tests for yourself or any member of your family to your provider and at MakeMyTestCount.org. Your answers are anonymous, secure and cannot be traced back to you.

        For more information, visit MakeMyTestCount.org.

      • Why should I report the results of my at-home COVID-19 test to MakeMyTestCount.org?

        At-home COVID-19 tests allow us to quickly and easily find out whether we’re infected with the virus. But if we don’t share our test results, the people working to keep us safe from this disease won’t know how fast the virus is spreading, or where surges are happening. Without that information, they can’t do the work they need to do to keep us and our communities safe.

        The data from MakeMyTestCount.org can help public health teams do that work—while keeping your personal test results private and anonymous. When you share your result, you’re helping to keep yourself and your community safe from COVID-19, both now and in the future. For more information, visit MakeMyTestCount.org.

      Treatment Options

      • If I test positive for COVID-19, what treatment options does Walgreens offer?

        If you test positive for COVID-19, you may complete a free initial screening opens in a new tab to determine potential eligibility for treatment. A Walgreens pharmacist will contact you to perform an assessment and determine if you are eligible to receive oral antiviral treatment. The assessment is $44.99, regardless of eligibility for treatment. In select states, a pharmacist is also available to assess a patient and determine if oral antiviral treatment is appropriate.

      • If I test positive for the flu, what treatment options does Walgreens offer?

        To be eligible for flu treatment, you must take a rapid flu test at Walgreens. If the patient tests positive, they can complete a clinical assessment with a pharmacist to determine eligibility for antiviral prescription. Pharmacist assessment is not available for Medicaid patients at this time.

        Flu antiviral treatment must be started within 48 hours of symptoms. A Walgreens pharmacist can also recommend over-the-counter relief to treat symptoms.

      • What is Paxlovid?

        Paxlovid™ (nirmatrelvir/ritonavir) opens in a new tab is an oral antiviral treatment regimen for people who recently tested positive for COVID-19, are symptomatic and are high risk for severe disease and/or hospitalization. This treatment works by targeting a specific part of the COVID-19 virus to stop it from multiplying in the body, which reduces the amount of virus in your body. It is proven to help prevent severe illness and death. For more information, visit: paxlovid.pfizerpro.com opens in a new tab

      • What are the side effects of Paxlovid?

        Paxlovid is generally well-tolerated. Possible side effects include:

        • Altered or impaired taste
        • Diarrhea
        • Increased blood pressure
        • Muscle pain
        • Nausea

        Patients should stop taking Paxlovid and contact a primary healthcare provider immediately if they experience allergic reactions such as:

        • Hives
        • Trouble swallowing or breathing
        • Swelling of the mouth, lips, or face
        • Tightness in the throat
        • Unusual hoarseness in voice
        • A skin rash
      • Who’s eligible for Paxlovid?

        Not everyone who meets initial screening requirements will get a Paxlovid prescription. A clinical assessment with a healthcare professional is required. At Walgreens, this assessment will be conducted over the phone with a pharmacist. To qualify for the assessment, patients must:

        • Be at least 12 years old and weigh at least 88 pounds (40 kilograms)
        • Have recently tested positive for COVID-19
        • Have COVID-19 symptoms that began within the last 5 days
        • Have one or more risk factors for developing severe disease
        • Have lab results within the past 12 months––including kidney and liver function
      • Why is an assessment with a healthcare professional needed for Paxlovid?

        Patients who meet initial screening requirements will still need to meet with a healthcare professional. At Walgreens, this will be a Walgreens pharmacist, to determine if Paxlovid is an appropriate treatment (based on specific FDA eligibility criteria and personal health history). Regardless if Paxlovid is prescribed, the assessment cost is $44.99 and will be charged during the over-the-phone pharmacist assessment. Patient insurance, flexible spending account (FSA) funds or healthcare spending account (HSA) funds may be used to cover this cost. Patients are encouraged to check with their insurance provider or benefit plan to see if the cost is covered.

      • If I have Medicare, Medicaid or am uninsured, how much does Paxlovid cost?

        If you have Medicare, Medicaid or are uninsured, you may be eligible to receive Paxlovid at no cost through PAXCESS TM Patient Assistance program.4 To enroll:

        1. Visit PAXCESSPatientPortal.com opens in a new tab or call 877-219-7225.
        2. Complete the online questionnaire.
        3. If eligible, bring billing information to the pharmacy
      • If I have private insurance, how much does Paxlovid cost?

        Patients with private health insurance may be eligible to get their Paxlovid prescription for as low as $0 with the PAXCESS Co-Pay Savings Program opens in a new tab5. Walgreens will first bill your insurance and then confirm potential co-pay amount. You may apply for PAXCESS Co-Pay Savings Program to cover any out-of-pocket costs. To check eligibility:

        1. Enroll in the Co-Pay Savings Program to download an activated card
        2. Activate your co-pay card to unlock your savings
        3. Complete a rebate form to see if you can get reimbursed for your prescription
      • If I test positive for the flu, what treatment options does Walgreens have?

        Treatment with antiviral medications is recommended for eligible patients. To be eligible for flu treatment, you must take a rapid flu test at Walgreens. If the patient tests positive, they can complete a clinical assessment with a pharmacist to determine eligibility for antiviral prescription. Pharmacist assessment is not available for Medicaid patients at this time.

        Flu antiviral treatment must be started within 48 hours of symptoms. A Walgreens pharmacist can also recommend over-the-counter relief to treat symptoms.

    Information on this page is sourced from the CDC website. In the event of a discrepancy between the information on Walgreens.com and the CDC website, please follow the CDC’s guidance.

    Available to customers ages 3 and older. Payment due at time of service if test is not covered by insurance.

    * No cost COVID-19 testing may be available for uninsured patients who meet federal eligibility criteria or insured patients depending on plan benefits. Contact your plan to confirm coverage criteria and copayment amount before scheduling your test. You may be billed by Walgreens, and if applicable, the laboratory, for up to the full price of the test if you owe a copay, your insurance denies coverage or if you don’t meet eligibility criteria for government no-cost testing programs.

    α Test results cannot be guaranteed by a specific time, including for travel. PCR test results turnaround time is an estimate and may vary during periods of increased demand and other factors, such as transmitting and processing delays during weekends, holidays or inclement weather.

    ** After you submit your order, a Walgreens pharmacist will confirm your eligibility and your potential copay amounts with your insurance plan. You may also contact your insurance plan to confirm coverage of at-home COVID-19 tests. If your plan does provide coverage, there may be cost-sharing and limits to the number of tests covered per person per month. Purchased test kits are non-refundable.

    ∞ Individuals must meet one or more of the following requirements to qualify for a Pixel by Labcorp® COVID-19 test at-home collection kit at no cost: Experiencing mild symptoms; exposed to someone with COVID-19; live or work in a congregate setting; and/or asked to get tested by a healthcare professional, contact investigator, or public health department.

    µ Limit one test kit per order. COVID-19 test home collection kit availability varies by store.

    ∞ The Pixel by Labcorp PCR Test Home Collection Kit has not been FDA-cleared or approved but has been authorized for emergency use by FDA under an EUA, and has been authorized only for the detection of nucleic acid from SARS-CoV-2, not for any other viruses or pathogens. Emergency use of this product is only authorized for the duration of the declaration that circ*mstances exist justifying the authorization of emergency use of in vitro diagnostics for detection and/or diagnosis of COVID-19 under Section 564(b)(1) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, 21 U.S.C. § 360bbb-3(b)(1), unless the declaration is terminated or authorization is revoked sooner.

    †† No-cost at-home COVID-19 test kits are available to customers ages 2 and older. Test kits are funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Customers will not be billed. To get tested, customers must register their kit with Labcorp and provide their demographic information. Customers must self-swab and mail their kit to Labcorp, as directed, free of charge. Customers may order one test kit at a time.

    The BinaxNOW™ COVID-19 Antigen Self Test has not been FDA cleared or approved. It has been authorized by the FDA under an emergency use authorization. It has been authorized only for the detection of proteins from SARSCoV-2, not for any other viruses or pathogens, and is only authorized for the duration of the declaration that circ*mstances exist justifying the authorization of emergency use of in vitro diagnostics for detection and/or diagnosis of COVID-19 under Section 564(b)(1) of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, 21 U.S.C. § 360bbb-3(b)(1), unless the declaration is terminated or authorization is revoked sooner.

    1 There is a $44.99 fee for assessment (“Fee”), which is nonrefundable, even if patient is determined to be ineligible. Patient(s) must contact insurance provider to determine if fee is eligible for coverage. Assessment is not available for Medicaid patients at this time. In order for a Walgreens pharmacist to prescribe oral antiviral therapy, the patient must test positive for COVID-19 or influenza and complete clinical assessment with a Walgreens pharmacist.

    2 Services for non-emergency conditions currently available only in CA, GL, GA, IL MI, NV, NC, OH, and TX. Insurance not accepted for virtual care services. For more info, see: Walgreens.com/VirtualHealthcare

    3 Must be symptomatic and have flu testing done with COVID-19 testing in order to be eligible. Please contact your health plan before scheduling to confirm the test meets coverage criteria and any cost-sharing amount. You may be billed by Walgreens and, if applicable, the laboratory for up to the full price of the test if your health plan denies coverage. Uninsured patients who meet federal eligibility criteria may be eligible to receive a no cost COVID-19 and flu PCR test.

    4 With a focus on ensuring access for patients, the U.S. Government Patient Assistance Program (USG PAP) operated by Pfizer will continue to provide patients on Medicare, Medicaid, TRICARE, VA Community Care Network, and those who are uninsured access to PAXLOVID for free through December 31, 2024. PAXLOVID through the USG PAP is not available to patients who have commercial prescription drug health insurance. The USG PAP operated by Pfizer is an independent program with separate eligibility requirements offered by the United States Department of Health and Human Services and is not owned by Pfizer. Terms and conditions apply. Full terms and conditions for the USG PAP may be found here at the paxlovid website USG terms and conditions page. Opens in a new window.

    5 Eligible commercially insured patients can save up to $1,500 per prescription. Maximum annual savings up to $1,500. Terms and conditions apply. Full terms and conditions for the Co-Pay Program may be found here at the paxlovid website PAXCESS terms and conditions page. Opens in a new window.

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