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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Frequently Asked Questions

Is the COVID-19 vaccine available at Ogden Clinic?

Yes. Check to see which clinic near you has the COVID-19 vaccine, how to schedule, and what to bring. In Utah, all individuals over age 18 may receive the COVID-19 vaccine at no cost to them, regardless of insurance coverage.

What is the COVID-19 incubation period?

This is a new disease and the timeframe could change as more information becomes available. The reported incubation period is 1 to 14 days. People seem to be most contagious when they’re most symptomatic, although spread is possible without showing symptoms.

Who has the highest risk of becoming ill?

The elderly, people with weakened immune systems, and people with existing respiratory conditions like asthma or lung disease are at risk of having more complex complications if they were to contract COVID-19.

How can I be tested for COVID-19?

Ogden Clinic recommends ordering at-home COVID-19 tests which are FREE and available through the US Postal Service. Order tests here. It is a good idea to have tests on-hand in case you or a family member become ill.

Testing is also available for symptomatic patients at some Ogden Clinic locations or at these testing sites.

Is an antibody test available?

Ogden Clinic offers a Coronavirus IgG test through LabCorp. Please be aware that this test is not specific to COVID-19 will not confirm immunity to COVID-19 (no antibody test can currently provide certainty of immunity to COVID-19). However, it can help patients identify if he/she may have been exposed to the illness and recovered. The antibody test is a blood draw available at our urgent care clinics for $40 per test. It is usually not covered by insurance. If you’re interested in receiving an antibody test, please schedule an appointment.

For the most current information about COVID-19, please visit The Utah Department of Health and the CDC website.