ANTIGEN OUT OF STOCK
PCR TEST ARE STILL AVAILABLE
Buena Vista Drug is currently out of rapid ANTIGEN COVID tests.
Rapid COVID Tests are by appointment. You will be asked to schedule your appointment at the end of this form.
Appointments must be booked at least 15 minutes in advance.
Questions about what test is right for you please see this link for information about tests.
COVID Test Types
AT THIS TIME WE ARE UNABLE TO PROVIDE TESTING FOR CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 4. WE RECOMMEND YOU CONTACT YOUR PRIMARY CARE PROVIDER TO RECEIVE A FULL EVALUATION OF YOUR YOUNG CHILD.
Within the past 14 days, have you been in close physical contact (6 feet or closer for a cumulative total of 15 minutes) with:
I hereby authorize the pharmacist from Buena Vista Drug to perform a COVID-19 Test. I authorize the pharmacists to maintain a copy of this signed form. I indemnify the organizing body and all persons connected with them from any and all claims that may result from my voluntary participation in the tests. I understand that my results will be submitted to the Colorado Department of Health, as required by law. By signing below, I signify that I agree to allow those pharmacists affiliated with the pharmacy named above to administer the COVID-19 test for a fee. I understand that my insurance might not reimburse the fee for the test and hold the pharmacy and pharmacist harmless for any fees not reimbursed. Antigen tests look for viral proteins, which are highly specific, meaning that if you test positive, you are very likely infected. However, there is a higher chance of false negative with antigen tests, which means that a negative result cannot definitively rule out an active infection. If you have a negative result on an antigen test but have a recent exposure to COVID, or are displaying many of the symptoms, you may wish to take a PCR test to confirm your result. A PCR test looks for the presence of the virus' genetic material. PCR tests are highly accurate. The antigen test is most accurate if you are symptomatic and within the first five days of symptoms. If you are testing to meet a travel requirement, it is your responsibility to determine if you are required to take a PCR test or an antigen test.
To protect patient privacy, any data that state or juridictional health departments send to CDC will be deidentified and will not include some patient-level information. The deidentified data shared with CDC will contribute to understanding COVID-19's impact, positivity trends, testing coverage, and will help identify supply chain issues for reagents and other materials.