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Frequently Asked Questions

Last Updated 6/2/2020

How can the community help?

The community can help slow the spread of COVID-19 by following recommendations from the CDC and local government officials. Practice physical distancing

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How can area employers help?

LRH's Occupational Health Department remains available to support businesses in our community. If you would like to discuss COVID-19 testing for your staff, please call us at 603-444-9294.

Our Occupational Health Department remains available for DOT-OSHA exams, Drug & Alcohol testing, pre-employment examinations, and injury treatment services.

Is there a treatment or vaccine for COVID-19?

While several drug trials are ongoing, there are currently no drugs approved for the treatment or prevention of COVID-19.

Can I be tested?

Anyone with a medical provider's order can receive testing. Call 603-575-6000 to schedule a virtual visit with LRH's Emergency Department. Those seeking testing can also receive testing by visiting one of the drive up testing locations in partnership with ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care which do not require prior authorization from a medical provider.

What is a COVID-19 Antibody Test?

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What is a COVID-19 Active Infection Test?

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