In association with Idaho health officials, Sterling Urgent Care has a limited number of vaccine appointments available in its Hailey and South Idaho Falls urgent care centers. Please visit those location pages to learn more.
Appointments are only for the initial course of vaccinations. Sterling Urgent Care is not providing COVID-19 booster shots in Idaho at this time. We will update this page if booster shots become available at our walk-in clinics.
Sterling Urgent Care is not vaccinating residents under age 16 at this time.
Updated October 2021.
Idaho Covid Testing and Coronavirus Antibody Tests Available at Sterling Urgent Care by Appointment Only
You must call ahead to schedule Covid testing in Idaho at Sterling Urgent Care. Online appointments will not be accepted.
All COVID-19 testing requires a Sterling provider consultation.
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Planning to fly? We have airline-compliant PCR testing at our Idaho Falls North location.
Nasal Swab Covid Testing
This test determines whether you have an active coronavirus infection and carries a very high level of accuracy. It is recommended for those experiencing significant symptoms of COVID-19.
FDA-Authorized Rapid Antibody Tests
Rapid-response antibody tests use a blood draw to determine whether you have antibodies to COVID-19. This test can show whether you are currently fighting the virus or whether you have had it in the past. It is completed on site and results are usually available in less than an hour.
Please note that it takes several days for antibodies to appear after infection with SARS CoV-2. Test results for anitbody tests should not be considered fully reliable until 7 days after infection. If you receive a negative result from an antibody test and suspect or know of recent exposure, we recommend having a follow-up test 48 hours after the first test.le Advanced settings.
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Idaho Coronavirus Reopening Information and Guidance
Learn more about vaccinations in Idaho
Idaho is in a Modified Stage 4 of Reopening.
Face coverings are required in long-term care facilities and recommended in indoor and outdoor locations where social distance is difficult to maintain.
All statewide limits on gatherings are lifted, but event hosts and venues must adhere to CDC guidelines for safe operations. Individual Idaho Health Districts may continue to limit the size of gatherings based on COVID-19 levels in their Districts.
Seating-only restrictions at bars and nightclubs are no longer in effect.
Mask requirements and additional limitations may remain in effect in some Idaho counties. Additional information can be found at the Health District websites below.
Updated July 2021.