UPMC is committed to protecting our communities from the spread of COVID-19. Find the latest information on COVID-19, including vaccines, testing, and treatment.
UPMC clinical leaders announce results of the first ever clinical study comparing methods to administer COVID-19 treatment during a surge in cases, discuss plans to analyze the effectiveness of vaccines and treatments against the Omicron COVID-19 variant, and share safety measures to take during the holiday season.Find More on Latest News
UPMC is distributing COVID-19 vaccines throughout our communities. Learn more about our vaccination efforts and schedule a COVID-19 vaccine from UPMC.COVID-19 Vaccines at UPMC
When you need a COVID-19 test, UPMC has the best options for you. If you have been exposed to COVID-19, or you’re experiencing mild symptoms, the best places to get a COVID-19 test are at one of our testing sites or UPMC Urgent Care locations.Learn More About COVID-19 Testing at UPMC
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorized monoclonal antibodies as a COVID-19 treatment. The treatment has shown promise in reducing the risk of severe illness, hospitalization, and death. UPMC is a national leader in providing monoclonal antibodies as a treatment for COVID-19. Learn more about monoclonal antibodies and who is eligible for the treatment.Learn More About This Treatment
If you need to see your doctor or specialist but are worried about COVID-19, we offer convenient video visits. All you need is a smartphone or tablet.
COVID-19 is a respiratory disease caused by novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. It can cause symptoms ranging from mild to severe, including hospitalization and death. Some people may experience no symptoms at all. Learn more about COVID-19.COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions
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