Update: January, 2022
While given the current surge in cases, tests for COVID-19 are in very high demand. Testing is an important way to monitor your status and there are two main types of tests: rapid antigen tests and PCR tests. The benefit of rapid tests is that they can be taken at home, and you can get results within minutes. PCR tests are done in a lab, and can take several days to get a result.
Marin Community Clinics is working to distribute rapid tests as available and is providing testing in-clinic. While tests are not perfect, they do work, and can help guide us in making decisions on how best to protect those around us and our community.
What to do if you think you have COVID-19 or have confirmed that you have COVID-19:
Managing COVID symptoms at Home (from the CDC):
- 10 Things You Can Do to Manage COVID Symptoms at Home – English
10 Things You Can Do to Manage COVID Symptoms at Home – Spanish
10 Things You Can Do to Manage COVID Symptoms at Home – Vietnamese
- What to do when you are sick – English
What to do when you are sick – Spanish
What to do when you are sick – Vietnamese
To maximize your protection from COVID-19, including the latest Omicron strain, Marin Community Clinics recommends all eligible patients receive a booster shot.
Additional Tips & Community Resources
- COVID-19 best practices, hotlines, community resources, and assistance programs
- Tips and resources for parents at home
COVID-19 Vaccine Information & FAQs
- Johnson & Johnson / Janssen
- You’ve Received Your COVID-19 Vaccine – What Happens Next? (PDF English)
- Usted ha recibido su vacuna de COVID-19 – ¿Qué sucede después? (PDF Spanish)
- COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ (MCC PDF – ENG)
- Preguntas Frecuentes de Pacientes Vacuna contra COVID-19 (MCC PDF – ESP)
- Facts about COVID-19 vaccines (CDC PDF – ENG)
- lnformación sobre las vacunas contra el COVID-19 (CDC PDF – ESP)
There is a lot of information – and misinformation – about COVID-19 vaccines. Marin Community Clinics is here to give you accurate and reliable information about the vaccines. A great resource is the County of Marin’s website dedicated to the Coronavirus found here.