COVID-19 Updates on Testing, Treatment, and Visitor Information
Find COVID-19 news and alerts, as well as updated information on testing and safety procedures at UPMC. – Page Updated September 8, 2021
UPMC Leaders Share Findings from COVID-19 Clinical Trials
UPMC physician leaders will share the latest findings from UPMC’s innovative COVID-19 trials and provide an update on our continued preparedness to treat COVID-19 patients.Find More on Latest News
COVID-19 Vaccines at UPMC
UPMC is following the phased distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, as outlined by the state and federal health authorities. These efforts continue to expand, making more and more individuals eligible to receive the vaccine. Learn more about our vaccination efforts and register for COVID-19 vaccine from UPMC.COVID-19 Vaccines at UPMC
Monoclonal Antibodies Treatment at UPMC
The Food and Drug Administration has authorized monoclonal antibodies as a COVID-19 treatment. UPMC is providing the treatment to COVID-19 patients who meet certain criteria. 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 the risk of COVID-19, you can have a video visit via your smartphone.
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UPMC Visitor and Volunteer Restrictions
For the safety of patients and staff, UPMC is restricting visitors and volunteers at all hospitals and facilities. Learn about the most recent changes before visiting any UPMC care setting.Visitor and Volunteer Restrictions
UPMC is monitoring the COVID-19 situation around the clock. We have implemented all recommendations provided by our local and state departments of health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to be sure our patients, staff, and community are safe.Read A Message to Our Patients (PDF)
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