COVID-19 treatments Paxlovid and Lagevrio (molnupiravir) available to eligible patients

Available in Spanish.

Updated 06/23/2022: A new T2T site was added in Ontario, OR.

Previous updates: Molnupiravir’s trade name is Lagevrio. Address, phone number and accessibility information was added to the existing site listings.


Currently there are 14 Test to Treat locations in Oregon.

Beaverton – Walgreens
  • 14600 SW Murray Scholls Dr., Suite 201
  • Call for appointment – 503-579-1878
Bend – St. Charles Healthcare
  • 61250 SE Coombs Pl
  • ADA compliant, accessible language services available in many languages
  • Financial assistance program available to uninsured and underinsured patients
  • Call for appointment – 541-706-5930
Happy Valley – Walgreens
  • 11995 SE Sunnyside Rd.
  • Call for appointment – 503-653-1526
Hillsboro – Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center
  • 226 SE 8th Ave
  • Spanish language available
  • No charge for uninsured
  • Call for appointment – 503-601-7400
Hillsboro – Walgreens
  • 955 SE Baseline St
  • ASL video services, virtual visit option available, wheelchair accessible facility
  • Call for appointment – 503-615-8384
Hood River – One Community Health
  • 849 Pacific Ave
  • Open only to current patients
  • Bilingual staff (English and Spanish), other language interpretation services are available
  • Call for appointment – 541-386-6380
La Pine – St. Charles Healthcare
  • 51781 Huntington Road
  • ADA compliant, accessible language services available in many languages
  • Financial assistance program available to uninsured and underinsured patients
  • Call for appointment – 541-907-7050
Newberg – Walgreens
  • 1840 Portland Rd.
  • Call for appointment – 503-538-9360
Ontario – Valley Family

  • 2327 SW 4Th Ave
  • Accessibility options available on site
  • Call for appointment – 541-889-2340
Prineville – St. Charles Healthcare
  • 384 SE Combs Flat Rd
  • ADA compliant, accessible language services available in many languages
  • Financial assistance program available to uninsured and underinsured patients
  • Call for appointment – 541-447-8750
Portland – HIV Health Services Center
  • 619 NW 6th Ave
  • Open only to current patients
  • No charge for uninsured
  • Bilingual Staff
  • ADA compliant facility
  • Call for appointment – 503-988-5020
Portland – Walgreens
  • 4816 NW Bethany Blvd
  • Call for appointment – 503-439-9014
The Dalles – One Community Health
  • 1040 Webber St.
  • Open only to current patients
  • Bilingual staff (English and Spanish), other language interpretation services are available
  • Call for appointment – 541-296-4610
Warm Springs – Warm Springs Service Unit
  • 1270 Kot Num
  • Native American and Alaska Native, and family only
  • No charge for uninsured
  • ADA compliant facility
  • Call for appointment – 541-553-1196

Oregon Health Authority is working to expand access to the federal Test to Treat program to other parts of the state. You can make an appointment at the site closest to you using the online Test to Treat locator tool.


More than two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, there are now several effective treatments for the disease. Two of those treatments are Paxlovid and Lagevrio (molnupiravir), antiviral pills for non-hospitalized patients. They are available by prescription to people infected with the COVID-19 virus who have conditions that put them at risk for severe illness.

Eligibility for Paxlovid and Lagevrio (molnupiravir):

People with certain health conditions like chronic lung disease or cancer are at higher risk for hospitalization or death from COVID-19 infection, as are people older than 65. Conditions that increase risk for severe COVID-19 include, but are not limited to:

  • Type 1 or 2 diabetes
  • Depression or schizophrenia
  • Chronic lung or heart diseases, including moderate to severe asthma
  • Cancer
  • Dementia or other neurological conditions
  • Down syndrome
  • Cystic fibrosis
  • Obesity
  • Pregnancy
  • Age may be a factor that contributes to higher risk

Check out the full list of eligible conditions from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Both Paxlovid and Lagevrio (molnupiravir) must be taken within five days of symptom onset, and there are currently two ways to get a prescription:

  1. A health care provider prescribes them to you. Because these medications are only available at certain pharmacies, you can find the pharmacy closest to you that carries them by using this online locator tool. Type in your ZIP code, the distance range, then click on the drop-down menu “Locations to fill a prescription.” Currently, dozens of pharmacies in Oregon, located in most counties, carry Paxlovid and Lagevrio (molnupiravir). Pharmacies should not ask for any fees associated with the medication, including dispensing fees.
  1. If you don’t have access to a health care provider who can quickly determine your eligibility and write a prescription, the new federal Test-to-Treat (T2T) program is another option.

    Here’s how it works:
  • Using the online locator tool, type in your ZIP code and use the drop-down menu for “Locations with testing, medical visits, and medication (Test-to-Treat).”
  • Find the site closest to you and call to make an appointment. For help in Spanish and more than 150 languages, call 800-232-0233.
  • You may bring a positive COVID-19 test, or you can be tested once you arrive at the T2T site.
  • After your COVID-19 infection is confirmed, a health care provider will determine if you are eligible for Paxlovid and Lagevrio (molnupiravir). This medical evaluation will be performed on site, either in person or by telephone or video call.
  • If you’re eligible, the provider will call your prescription into the pharmacy on site or one close by.

If you have insurance the entire process is free, though some insurance policies will have a co-pay.

If you don’t have insurance, the COVID-19 test and medication are free, but you may be charged a fee for the medical evaluation. Pharmacies should not ask for any fees associated with the medication itself, including dispensing fees.