Utah Coronavirus Testing and Vaccinations at Sterling Urgent Care
Covid testing and antibody coronavirus tests available at Sterling Urgent Care in North Logan and South Logan. Appointments are required for testing.
Planning to fly? We have airline-compliant PCR tests available.
You must call ahead to schedule a coronavirus test at our North Logan Sterling Urgent Care clinic. We welcome patients from Richmond and South Logan for Covid testing. Online appointments will not be accepted.
All COVID-19 testing requires a Sterling provider consultation.
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.
Coronavirus Vaccine in Utah
All Utah residents over the age of 12 are now eligible for vaccination. Residents ages 12 and 17 are only eligible for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.
Sterling Urgent Care is not providing vaccinations at its Utah clinics at this time. You can find vaccine providers by visiting the Utah COVID-19 Vaccination Information page.
We encourage our Occupational Health clients to speak with their Sterling representative to discuss coronavirus vaccination needs. We can set up on-site workplace vaccination clinics in Utah for your employees and their families.
Please visit our coronavirus information page for more information on keeping your family and employees safe from COVID-19.
Federal and state guidance for Utah businesses can be found at the bottom of this page.
Utah Coronavirus Information and Support
Back-to-School Guidance from the Utah Department of Health
The Utah Department of Health strongly recommends the following COVID-19 prevention strategies in all K-12 schools:
- Everyone over Age 12 should get vaccinated
- Wear masks indoors
- Stay home if you test postive for COVID-19
- Quarantine and take protective measures after an exposure at school
- Get tested for COVID-19 regularly
- Stay home when you’re sick
- Employ physical distancing and cohorting in schools
- Improve or increase indoor ventilation
- Remind children to wash hands frequently, with soap, for 20 seconds
- Frequently clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces
Utah Transmission Level Index
Sterling Urgent Care will provide updated information on transmission levels throughout Utah so you can make informed decisions about COVID-19 risks. Note that counties in the High or Moderate level of transmission risk may have local restrictions in place set by county health officials.
Data updated September 16, 2021.
Counties in High Level of Transmission
Counties in Moderate Level of Transmission
Counties in Low Level of Transmission
Utah Reopening Resource Center
The links and PDFs below provide guidance from Federal agencies on practices and protocols for reopening businesses during the coronavirus pandemic. Additional information can be found at the Centers for Disease Control COVID-19 website.
General and Business Guidelines