Getting care during the COVID-19 outbreak 

The federal government ended the COVID-19 public health emergency on May 11, 2023. Click here to view how the end of the federal public health emergency, as well as state regulatory requirements, may affect how COVID-19 vaccines, testing, and treatment are provided and covered. 

To get care information that’s specific to your area, select your state or region below.


How you get care may be different during the COVID-19 outbreak, but there are still many ways to get the help you need.

For the safety of our members, community, doctors, and staff, we’ve temporarily closed some facilities, limited services or hours at others, and expanded virtual and phone care options. To protect yourself and others, we ask that you not come into a facility without an appointment. If you do need to come in, rest assured that we are taking every precaution to help keep our facilities safe. This includes encouraging you to wear a mask during your visit.


Help coping with COVID-19

Right now, it’s especially important to care for the whole you — mind, body, and spirit. We have many digital tools and articles to help your physical and mental health.