What to do if you’re feeling sick or were exposed to COVID-19
August 12, 2021 – News
This graphic from the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services explains what to do if you’re feeling sick with COVID-19 symptoms or have been exposed to the virus. If you’re feeling even mildly ill with new symptoms like fatigue, chills, cough, fever, or decreased sense of taste or smell – regardless of vaccination status – get tested and isolate if you test positive.
COVID-19 testing locations in Juneau are (see more details here):
- CBJ’s Drive-Thru testing facility: Call 586-6000 to schedule a test, or register online here. Open to public for symptomatic or asymptomatic testing not related to travel.
- Juneau International Airport (Capstone Clinic): Walk-in only 8 a.m. – 11 p.m. 7 days a week. Open to public for travel-related and asymptomatic testing (does NOT offer symptomatic testing due to the location)
- SEARHC’s Ethel Lund Medical Center, 1200 Salmon Creek Lane: Call 907-364-4451 to schedule a test. Open to public for symptomatic or asymptomatic testing.
- SEARHC’s Mountainside Urgent Care Clinic, 3225 Hospital Drive, Suite 102: Walk-in only from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. 7 days a week, call ahead at 907-463-6677. Open to public for symptomatic or asymptomatic testing.
- Juneau Urgent & Family Care, 8505 Old Dairy Road: Call 907-790-4111 or make an appointment online here. Open to all for symptomatic or asymptomatic testing.
- Private provider/clinic: Contact your health provider and ask if their office provides COVID-19 testing and what the parameters are for getting tested.