COVID-19 Test To Treat
The Test To Treat program gives faster, easier access to lifesaving COVID-19 treatments if eligible. Those showing signs of COVID-19 can get tested at one of the hundreds of Test to Treat locations across the country. If you do test positive and are eligible for treatment, you can get a prescription and have your medication filled—all in one location.
|El Centro De Los Probres||214 East US Highway 50, Avondale, CO 81022|
|Colorado Bluesky Enterprises||115 W 2nd St, Pueblo, CO 81003|
|NeighborWorks Southern Colorado||1241 E Routt Ave, Pueblo, CO 81004|
|Senior Resource Development Agency (SRDA)||230 N Union Ave, Pueblo, CO 810|
|Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment||101 W. 9th St. Pueblo, CO 81003|
Call before going to the site to make sure they have kits
Take action based on your results
If you or your employee test positive for COVID: Follow the instructions on how to isolate if you or your employee have only mild symptoms. For medical advice, consider a telehealth visit or nurseline advice before seeking in-person care. Medical professionals can advise on what medications to use to treat any symptoms.
If you or your employee test negative for COVID: With PCR diagnostic tests, testing negative means that the virus that causes COVID-19 was not found in the sample. However, this can also happen when testing too early in the incubation period, and there isn’t enough viral material for the test to detect. False-negative PCR results can also occur if a sample was collected improperly or not handled or stored at proper temperatures.
If you or your employee test negative, but still have symptoms: This likely means that the COVID-19 virus is not causing you or your employee's current illness.
For additional information on testing, including the types of tests in Colorado, visit Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
See our Resources Page for further information.