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Information About Coronavirus (COVID-19)


Patient Safety and Appointments

Patient Safety
Safety precautions and protocols designed to protect our patients and staff. View information to see how we're keeping you safe.

Elective Procedures
Information about having an elective procedure.

Telemedicine Appointments
Schedule a telemedicine appointment for many of our specialty services.

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

As of April 1st, 2022, COVID-19 vaccines and boosters are not available at Temple campuses. Please visit the CDC's VaccineFinder website to find a location near you where COVID-19 vaccines are available.

Find the nearest clinic locations in your area for COVID-19 vaccines and boosters >

COVID-19 Testing Information

As of April 29th, 2022, COVID-19 testing is no longer available at Temple University Hospitals or at our Emergency Departments. Please visit COVID.gov to order free at-home tests or to find a testing location near you.

Order free at-home COVID-19 tests or find the nearest testing location in your area >

General Information and Resources

General Coronavirus Information
Learn about symptoms and how to protect yourself.

Community/Neighborhood Resources
Information and resources for community members in need.

Supporting Temple Health

PPE Donation Information
PPE Items to donate and other ways to support Temple.

Support Our Efforts
You can make a difference. Make a donation to any of our funds, donate meals to our staff, or donate phone chargers and entertainment options for our patients.

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COVID Monoclonal Antibody Infusion Clinic

If you’ve been diagnosed with COVID-19 and are at high-risk for developing more severe symptoms, an antibody infusion may help reduce your risk of developing severe disease.