How can I get the COVID-19 vaccine?
Find updated vaccine eligibility information, scheduling options and more here.
We offer vaccines at St. Luke’s COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic on our main campus in downtown Duluth. Vaccines are also widely available from most healthcare providers, a number of retail pharmacies and stores, and through governmental programs.
Should I get tested for COVID-19?
- Yes, if you have COVID-19 symptoms.
- Yes, if you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19.
- Yes, if you have been instructed to be tested by a healthcare provider.
Where can I get tested for COVID-19?
Testing is available at the following locations. Click the hyperlinks below for additional details:
- Duluth Entertainment Convention Center Free saliva testing and rapid antigen testing
- At-Home Testing for Minnesotans Free mail-in saliva test kits
- St. Luke’s Hospital Lab $85 mail-in saliva test kits, Monday – Friday, 8 am – 4:30 pm
- University of Wisconsin-Superior (UWS) Free rapid antigen testing for Ages 5+
Walgreens No-cost COVID-19 Testing for Ages 3+
CVS No-cost COVID-19 Testing for Ages 3+
Any St. Luke’s primary care clinic With an appointment
What should I do while I’m waiting for my results?
You should stay home and self-isolate until you receive your results. Additional guidance.
What should I do if I’m sick?
You should stay home and self-isolate. Additional guidance if you or a family member are sick.
Are there any treatment options for high risk patients?
Monoclonal antibodies can be given to high-risk, COVID-positive patients to help reduce the risk of hospitalization and emergency room visits. Learn more about this treatment here.
What if I have more questions?
- Call your primary care provider
- How COVID-19 Spreads and Precautions to Take
- Centers for Disease Control
- Minnesota Department of Health (MDH)
- St. Louis County
COVID-19 is a highly contagious respiratory disease with a wide range of symptoms. If you are experiencing respiratory distress, go to St. Luke's Emergency Department or call 911.