We at the After Hours Medical Group are a Covid-19 testing clinic site.
If you have a fever of 100.4 or more and one of the following symptoms of: cough, shortness of breath, or chest
pressure, loss of taste,and/or your a health care worker (as defined by the State of California), our office can perform testing for you.
Covid-19 vaccine information:
We at the After Hours Medical Group are a Covid-19 testing site.
If you have a fever of 100.4 or more and one of the following symptoms of: cough, shortness of breath, or chest pressure, loss of taste,
and/or your a health care worker (as defined by the State of California), require travel, work, or medical clearance, our office can perform testing for you.
Have you have symptoms of
respiratory illness after 2-14 days after exposure?
- Fever (temperature > 100.4
- Cough with shortness of breath
- Loss of taste
- Chills, shaking chills
- Difficulty breathing
- Sore throat, body
- Muscle aches,
- Loss of taste or smell
- Loss of appetite
- Loss of appetite
- Have you been in close contact with anyone known or suspected to have the COVID-19 coronavirus illness? Close contact is defined as within 6 feet for 3
minutes or more.
If you answered yes to one or more of
these questions and have respiratory symptoms:
- Stay home.
- If you believe your symptoms are life threatening, go to the nearest hospital emergency department. We recommended that you call the emergency
department immediately so the staff can provide you with arrival instructions.
- If you develop emergency warning signs for COVID-19
get medical attention immediately.
- Emergency warning signs include:
- Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
- Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
- New confusion or inability to arouse
- Bluish lips or face
- You are a "close contact" if you shared the same indoor airspace with someone with COVID-19 for a total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period
while they were infectious. Examples of indoor airspaces are homes, waiting rooms, airplanes. An example of "a total of 15 minutes or more" is being in the same airspace with the person for 5 minutes
at least 3 different times in 24 hours. Note: A different definition of a close contact may be used if you are exposed at work, school, or very large indoor spaces
Treatment for people at high risk for
getting very sick
If you are at high risk, you may be able to
get treatment to help keep you out of the hospital. Contact a doctor right away if you test positive and have symptoms, even if they are mild. Don’t delay: the medicines work best when they are given
as soon as possible after symptoms start. See ph.lacounty.gov/covidmedicines for more information.
In Los Angeles County, if you have
COVID-19* you are required to:
❶ Isolate yourself, and
❷ Wear a
highly protective mask, and
❸ Tell your close
contacts that they have been exposed and need to follow instructions for close contacts
*You are considered to have COVID-19,
if you have a positive viral test for COVID-19 and/or a healthcare provider thinks that you have COVID-19.
Call the COVID Info line 833-540-0473
(open daily 8:00am–8:30pm) if you test positive for COVID-19 and have questions or need help. Call this number if you are experiencing homelessness and/or are unable to safely isolate or quarantine
Help slow the spread of COVID-19 in LA
County. If you get a call from “LA PublicHealth” or 1-833-641- 0305 please answer the phone. If you get a text message from ‘Los Angeles County Department of Public Health’ with a link
for an online interview, please complete it. (See Contact
If you have COVID-19, you must
self-isolate regardless of vaccination status, previous infection, or lack of symptoms.1
Seeking Medical Care
Stay in touch with your doctor and seek
medical care if your symptoms get worse.
People who are at high-risk of getting
very sick who get COVID-19 should talk to their doctor about medicine that could prevent serious illness. If you have symptoms
of COVID-19 and are age 65 years or older and/or have an underlying medical condition, call your doctor right away, even if your symptoms are
mild. Don’t delay: the medicines work best when they are given as soon as possible after symptoms start. For more information, talk
to your doctor and see the medication webpage.
if there are emergency warning signs
How long do I need to isolate?
Wear a well-fitting mask around others indoors through Day 10
This is especially important when you are
around people at higher risk for getting very sick from COVID-19.
for more details about masks that offer the best protection.
Test for COVID-19 3-5 days
after your last exposure
In addition, it is recommended that you get tested right away if you or someone you live with is at higher risk for severe illness. If you test negative before Day 3, retest again
between Days 3 and 5, with at least 24 hours between the first and
If you test positive at any time, stay home away from others and
follow isolation requirements
at ph.lacounty.gov/covidisolation. Note: it is
recommended that negative results from antigen tests, including
self-tests should be repeated, see FDA instructions on repeat testing.