How can I get the COVID-19 vaccine?
Find updated vaccine eligibility information, scheduling options and more here.
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:
Community and Retail Testing
- Duluth Entertainment Convention Center Saliva PCR (send-out) and rapid antigen testing
- University of Wisconsin-Superior (UWS) Rapid antigen testing for Ages 5+
- At-Home Self Tests Over-the-counter antigen tests available to order and at many retailers and pharmacies.
- At-Home Testing for Minnesotans Mail-in saliva test kits
- Walgreens COVID-19 Testing for Ages 3+
- CVS COVID-19 Testing for Ages 3+
St. Luke's Testing Options*
- Any St. Luke’s primary care clinic Appointment to see physician required. PCR testing available, with results within 24-48 hours.
- Miller Creek Urgent Care Walk-in appointments only; physician visit required. PCR testing available, with results within 24-48 hours.
- St. Luke’s Hospital Lab $85 mail-in saliva test kits, Monday – Friday, 8 am – 4:30 pm
*St. Luke's will bill your insurance for testing. For those who are uninsured, you will be billed for the cost of tests and services (prior to March 22, 2022, tests were covered by HRSA for uninsured patients, but this coverage has now lapsed).
Are there any treatment options for high-risk patients?
Monoclonal antibodies, oral antivirals and other treatments can be given to high-risk, COVID-positive patients to help reduce the risk of hospitalization and emergency room visits. Learn more about treatment options 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.