Viral Clinic & Monoclonal Antibody Treatment

SWCC Viral Clinic


Based on the recent decrease in COVID-19 patients coming to the SWCC Viral Clinic, we’ve made some updates to the process. Patients experiencing mild to moderate, non-emergent, viral and/or COVID-19 symptoms, please call Strawberry Wilderness Community Clinic at 541-575-0404 for an appointment. Upon calling, patients will be instructed where to park for testing and can stay in their vehicle.


Symptoms include:



fever or chills


mild respiratory or breathing issues


muscle or body aches


new loss of taste or smell

sore throat

congestion or runny nose






SWCC Viral Clinic Hours:

Monday – Friday 9am – 3pm


Monoclonal Antibody Treatment


SWCC is still offering COVID-19 monoclonal antibody administration to high-risk individuals who qualify. If you have mild to moderate symptoms, have tested positive for COVID-19, are presumptively positive, or have a known exposure and are a high risk individual, please contact your local Primary Care Provider’s office to discuss as you may be a good candidate for these. Monoclonal antibodies are only authorized for non-hospitalized, high-risk individuals, with mild to moderate symptoms. These antibodies can help prevent progression to severe COVID-19 symptoms and complications. It is best to receive treatment as soon as possible after onset of illness.


Qualifications for monoclonal antibody treatment include:



age 65 or older

elevated body mass index


chronic kidney disease



cardiovascular disease, including high blood pressure

chronic lung disease such as COPD or asthma

sickle cell disease

neurodevelopment disorders

having a permanent medical device in place