COVID-19 Services

Testing and vaccines, Monday to Friday, as well as treatment and management of COVID-19. Read More.

COVID-19 Services

COVID-19 Services

Cold Hollow Family Practice offers daily COVID-19 testing, vaccination, and treatment. 

Testing: 

Monday to Friday, at 11:00 am and 3:00 pm – call for an appointment 

  • Symptoms of COVID-19
  • Exposure
  • Travel screening
  • Employment screening

Vaccines:

Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm – call for an appointment 

  • Pfizer – anyone aged 5 and older
  • Moderna – anyone aged 18 and older
  • Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) – anyone aged 18 and older

Boosters:

We recommend you get a booster shot of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine if you received your second dose of the vaccine five months ago or more, or if you received the Janssen-Johnson and Johnson vaccine 2 months ago or more. 

  • Age 12 years and older

Vaccine Guidelines:

There are no state COVID-19 restrictions or requirements for Vermonters or visitors to follow. However, everyone should follow these basic prevention steps: 

  • Get vaccinated if you are not
  • Get a booster if you are due
  • Stay home if you feel sick
  • Get tested if you have symptoms, may be a close contact, or took part in activities that could put you at risk, such as large gatherings
  • Wash your hands regularly

Wearing a mask: 

The Health Department currently recommends wearing a mask in public indoor settings because a significant portion of the population remains unvaccinated and the more transmissible Omicron variant remains in our community.  

Wearing a mask helps protect you and the people around you from getting or spreading COVID-19. A mask helps contain your respiratory droplets and can keep them from reaching other people. COVID-19 can spread even if a person does not have any symptoms. This is how we reduce the spread of the virus and outbreaks in our communities, schools, and businesses. 

Even if you are fully vaccinated, it is still possible to get and to spread the virus, but the risk is lower. Wearing a mask in public indoor settings is recommended, but you can also assess whether a mask is needed based on a space’s size, the number of people in it, the amount of time you’ll be there, and case rates in the county and in the community. 

We urge everyone to follow prevention steps to protect yourself and the people around you, especially if: 

  • You have a weakened immune system or are around someone who does
  • You have children who can’t yet be vaccinated
  • You’re traveling to a place with high transmission and low vaccination rates

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