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Health Link has comprehensive information about the extended benefits available during their Covid-19 outbreak (ie. most providers are waiving copays for Covid-19 testing and treatment, most providers are covering telehealth, etc.) Click Here

-DC Medicaid is offering special enrollment – to apply, click here.​​​​​​​

-Walgreens and CVS are waiving costs for delivery of prescriptions.

Community of Hope‘s medical clinic requests that all patients call prior to coming in. They are cancelling wellness appointments and non-urgent services, but are offering telehealth. They are accepting new patients if the patient is sick, so that everyone has access to a Primary Care Provider. Click Here 

Bread For The City‘s medical clinic is open for patient visits from 8:30 AM -12:00 PM. Click Here

Whitman Walker is not currently accepting walk-in appointments and have moved to telehealth services. They will evaluate patients over the phone to limit exposure to additional illness. If a patient still needs to go to a Whitman Walker location after the phone evaluation, Whitman Walker staff will coordinate with the patient. Click Here

Unity Health is still open, but also has telehealth services available. They request that patients who have cough, fever, or shortness of breath call prior to coming. Click Here

Mary’s Center is still open, but requests that patients call prior to coming in if they are experiencing fever, cough, or shortness of breath. Click Here

 

-Pregnant and breastfeeding women can look at this guidance to determine how they can keep their baby and themselves safe throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Click Here

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