COVID-19 Updates

As of April 3, 2023, employees, patients, and visitors in healthcare settings are no longer be required to wear masks per Oregon Health Authority guidelines.  Masks remain an effective way to reduce the transmission of respiratory viruses.  To reduce the spread of illness to others such as our staff, TCC providers ask that you wear a mask if you are sick.  Please let any member of the team know if you would like a mask and if you would prefer your medical team wear a mask during your visit.

The COVID vaccine is approved for ages 6 months and up. Our providers recommend the vaccine for everyone that is eligible as a crucial step in controlling the spread of COVID. Please see our vaccine page for more information.


We continue to offer COVID testing every day at our clinics for symptomatic individuals. If you have any symptoms of COVID, including fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, vomiting and/or diarrhea, or an exposure to COVID, testing appointments can be scheduled without a visit with one of our providers. You can now schedule a testing only appointment online, click here to schedule a COVID testing appointment. If you would like to speak with an advice nurse about symptoms or testing, please give us a call.  If you would like to talk with your provider about any symptoms or concerns, click here to schedule a virtual visit or an in person visit online. 

Protect Yourself and Others

For information on how to protect yourself and your family from getting COVID, please see this flyer developed by the Oregon Health Authority. This helpful flyer also lists the symptoms that could be associated with COVID. Remember to stay home when you are sick!

CDC - When to Quarantine

The link below will bring you to the CDC’s Quarantine and Isolation page with a Calculator to help you figure out your timeline of quarantine or isolation if needed. 

COVID Antiviral Treatment

We now have the ability to prescribe the COVID antiviral medication Paxlovid (nirmatrelvir/ritonavir) for our patients who qualify. Your child may qualify if they are:

  • At least 12 years old
  • Weigh at least 88 lb
  • Have a positive COVID test and are in their first 5 days of mild to moderate symptoms
  • Are at high risk for complications from COVID infection as defined by the CDC

High risk patients include:

  • Body Mass Index (BMI) >25
  • Chronic lung disease (includes moderate/severe asthma)
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Diabetes
  • Immunosuppressed
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Sickle cell disease
  • Neurodevelopmental disorders including Down Syndrome
  • Active cancer
  • Medical related technological dependence

If you think your child meets criteria, please call the clinic to schedule a virtual visit with one of our providers to review whether this medication may be appropriate and safe for your child. In the meantime, you can help us by locating a pharmacy near you that has Paxlovid in stock using this link: