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Testing & Treatment information

Last updated June 18, 2020

CVS Health is actively monitoring the global COVID-19 pandemic. Below is information about the virus – including guidance from the WHO and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) - tips for staying healthy, and information about policies and procedures that CVS Health has implemented that focus on the health and safety of our colleagues, customers, members and patients. Please note: Due to the fluidity of the situation, we are continuously updating these FAQs. For more information about the virus, please visit the CDC and/or WHO websites dedicated to this issue.

 

*The content below is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

 

Coverage and authorization

COVID-19 Drive-Thru Testing at CVS Pharmacy Locations

Treatment

Protecting Yourself

The information contained in this FAQ is subject to change at the discretion of CVS at any time, for any reason and without advanced notice. 
 

1 Aetna will follow all federal and state mandates for insured plans, as required.
 

2 Disclaimer: Regulations regarding testing for Aetna Medicaid members vary by state and, in some cases, may change in light of the current situation. Providers are encouraged to call their provider services representative for additional information.

 

Legal notices

Aetna is the brand name used for products and services provided by one or more of the Aetna group of subsidiary companies, including Aetna Life Insurance Company and its affiliates (Aetna).

Health benefits and health insurance plans contain exclusions and limitations.