COVID-19: Your well-being is our top priority

Updated April 7, 2022

How to get virtual care

Your Regence health plan can help you see a doctor without leaving the house. Don't have a account? Watch a video or you can download a flyer for step-by-step instructions on how to sign up and access telehealth.

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COVID-19 vaccine is now widely available for most eligible people and rates of partial or full vaccination continue to increase. The best protection from COVID-19 and its emerging variants is to be fully vaccinated. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other agencies continue to use science and current available data to provide guidance on getting the COVID-19 vaccine. This includes the approved vaccines from Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson. Speak with your health care provider, such as your doctor or pharmacist, to make sure you are fully vaccinated and have the latest information to protect yourself and others. Regence members can also call our Customer Service team with questions using the number on the back of their ID card.

As more people are fully vaccinated, public health guidance will continue to change by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial laws, rules, and regulations, including local business and workplace guidance. Visit the CDC's website or your state’s health department website for the most current information for your area. If we all stay diligent, we can keep ourselves, our loved ones and our communities safe.

Visit your state’s health department website or the CDC’s Vaccine Finder site to find out when and where you can get a COVID-19 vaccine.

Here’s what Regence is doing to support you:

  • Covering COVID-19 vaccinations and testing
  • Expanding virtual care (telehealth) services
  • Allowing early medication refills
  • Contacting members hospitalized with COVID-19 to provide extra support


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Last updated 10/01/2022