Covid-19 Information and Mask Policy: Read More

Think Mask Policy, Testing and COVID-19 Information

UPDATED 2-16-2022

If you suspect you may have COVID-19, or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, please let the schedulers know when making your appointment. If you arrive and think you may have COVID or was exposed to COVID, please let the front desk staff know. We ask that you not go to the physician floors until you have been screened by our staff.

COVID-19 Symptoms

If you experience any of the following, please notify your think staff.

  1. Have you had a positive test for COVID-19 in the last 14 days?
  2. Have you been in direct contact with anyone who has a confirmed positive test for COVID-19 in the last 14 days?
  3. Do you currently have 4 or more of the following?
    • Fever (>100.4)
    • Chills
    • Cough
    • Shortness of breath
    • Sore throat
    • Diffuse body aches (not limited to a localized area
    • New loss of taste or smell

Mask Policy

Think continues to maintain a mask policy for everyone inside the building, regardless of vaccination status. All persons, including employees, patients, and visitors, are required to wear approved face masks while inside the think building regardless of vaccination status. Neck gaiter style masks and masks with exhalation valves and vents are not permitted. If you need a mask, we will provide you one.

If a person is exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, we will divert you to one of our exam rooms located on the lobby level to be seen by medical staff. If you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19, please let a staff member know before or upon entering the building.


Think is not a free, public COVID-19 test site. We do offer tests for patients. To obtain a test if one is warranted, you will need to schedule an appointment with a provider. The standard cost for the test is around $400. Free COVID-19 test locations can be found here.


At this time, think is not offering a vaccination clinic. In addition, think is following the recommendations of the CDC and FDA’s recently modified Emergency Use Authorization for mRNA vaccines (Moderna & Pfizer). The guidance recommends those with moderate to severe immunocompromised systems receive a 3rd dose of mRNA vaccine. For a current list of criteria, visit the CDC website.


Think Whole Person Healthcare is a Primary Care clinic and sees patients on an outpatient basis. We can treat mild cases of COVID-19 as well as other airborne diseases. We highly recommend seeking medical attention if your symptoms are severe.

Our guidelines are based on recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Douglas County Health and Human Services. As a service to you, we have compiled a list of website resources to answer your questions you may have about COVID-19, vaccination sites, and eligibility guidelines for vaccinations.

Centers for Disease Control

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