COVID-19 treatment
COVID-19 treatment
Ages 18-64
Visit type
Messaging
This is right for you if
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Your symptoms started within the past 5 days and you've since tested positive for COVID-19
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You have underlying risk factors that make you more vulnerable to severe illness (see FAQ for risk factors)
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You’re experiencing mild-to-moderate symptoms, like coughing or a fever under 102°F
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You don’t have elevated liver enzymes, liver cirrhosis, or severe kidney impairment (eGFR < 30mL/min)
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You’re not pregnant, trying to get pregnant, or nursing
$3500

What's included

Personalized treatment plans may include a prescription for an antiviral medication called Paxlovid. You can message your clinician with follow-up questions for 14 days after you get your treatment plan.

If you need treatment for an additional health condition, you’ll need to start a separate visit.

What you’ll need

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A positive COVID-19 test result from the past 5 days
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If you have mild-to-moderate kidney impairment (eGFR 30 to 60mL/min), a photo of a kidney function test from the past 6 months
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The name and address of a local pharmacy where your clinician can send a prescription for immediate fulfillment
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5-10 minutes to answer questions about your symptoms and health history
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A photo ID, like a driver's license or passport, if your clinician needs to verify your identity

Frequently asked questions

Can I get a COVID-19 test through Amazon Clinic?
No. COVID-19 testing isn't available through Amazon Clinic at this time. If you think you have COVID-19, it's important to test as soon as possible. Paxlovid treatment requires a positive test result and the medication needs to be prescribed within 5 days of symptoms starting.

You can get a rapid, at-home COVID-19 test at brick-and-mortar pharmacies and grocery stores, or order one through any online service that offers same-day delivery.
Who can take Paxlovid?
The FDA has authorized the emergency use of Paxlovid for people who aren't seriously ill with COVID-19, but who have a higher risk of becoming seriously ill after getting the virus. The CDC identifies numerous risk factors that make someone eligible for Paxlovid treatment, including the following:

• Age 65 or over (if you're vaccinated against COVID-19)
• Age 50 or over (if you're not vaccinated against COVID-19)
• BMI 25 or higher
• Physical inactivity (sedentary lifestyle)
• Current use or former regular use of tobacco products
• Pregnant or recently pregnant (in the last 6 weeks)

• Asthma
• Cancer, HIV, or a weakened immune system
• Chronic kidney disease (with eGFR above 30mL/min)
• Chronic liver disease
• Chronic lung disease
• Cystic fibrosis
• Dementia or Alzheimer’s
• Diabetes
• Disabilities such as learning, intellectual, and developmental disabilities, spinal cord injuries, cerebral palsy, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and limitations with self-care or activities of daily living
• Heart condition like heart failure, coronary artery disease, or arrhythmia
• Mental health condition like depression or schizophrenia
• Sickle cell disease or thalassemia
• A history of stroke, TIA, or cerebrovascular disease
• Substance use disorder (drugs or alcohol)
• Tuberculosis

Please note: This information is for general reference only. Your clinician will review your symptoms and health history to determine which (if any) treatments are medically appropriate.
Is it safe to take Paxlovid with my other medications?
Paxlovid is an antiviral medication that can interact with many different types of prescription drugs and over-the-counter supplements, including the following:

• Antidepressants like buproprion (Wellbutrin) and trazodone
• Antiviral medications that treat HIV
• Birth control*
• Blood thinners like warfarin (Coumadin) or Rivaroxaban (Xarelto)
• Cholesterol medication like atorvastatin (Lipitor) or simvastatin (Zocor, FloLipid)
• Erectile dysfunction (ED) medications like sildenafil (Viagra)
• Heart or blood pressure medications
• Migraine medications like ergotamine
• Seizure medications like carbamezapine or phenytoin
• St. John's wort

Your clinician will review your health information and let you know if you'll need to pause or adjust other therapies before you take Paxlovid.

*Paxlovid may affect how well birth control pills work. If you take hormonal birth control pills, your clinician may recommend using an additional barrier method (like a condom) until after you complete a full menstrual cycle following the 5 days of Paxlovid treatment.
$3500