COVID-19

COVID-19

Alluvion Health is currently providing free COVID-19 testing and free COVID-19 vaccinations free of charge to the general public. Please see the resources below for more information.
Traveling for the holidays? If you are travelling to or from the United States of America, you may need a Rapid PCR test

Free COVID-19 Testing

Free drive-thru PCR nasal swab COVID-19 testing is being offered to the public, no appointment needed. Results are delivered within 2-3 days.

Days, Times, and Location

Location:

Montana Expo Park inside the Livestock Pavilion, 400 3rd St NW, Great Falls, MT 59404. Please enter via the 6th St NW entrance.

Days and Times:

Monday – Friday: 10:00am – 6:00pm

Saturday: 9:00am – 2:00pm

PLEASE NOTE: OUR DRIVE-THROUGH COVID TESTING SITE WILL BE CLOSED FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24 – SUNDAY, DECEMBER 26 AND FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31 – SUNDAY, JANUARY 2.

If you are awaiting test results, please do not contact our office unless it has been more than three (3) business days. Increased call volumes impact our ability to get test results out in the timeframe we have committed to.

*If you have shortness of breath or are experiencing a medical emergency, please go to the nearest emergency room or dial 911.*

Free COVID-19 Vaccination

Alluvion Health is offering both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines free of charge. You do not need an appointment to receive the vaccine. Walk-ins are welcome. Click here for location and hours. For questions, please call 406-454-6973.

Upcoming Vaccination Clinics

Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

Flu Shots and COVID-19 vaccinations will be offered to students ages 5 and up. A parent/guardian must be present. Consent forms will be available upon arrival at the clinic.

December 1st, 2021
2 pm – 6 pm
North Middle School
2601 8th St. NE, Great Falls, MT 59404

December 8th, 2021
2 pm – 6 pm
Paris Gibson Education Center
2400 Central Ave, Great Falls, MT 59401

December 10th, 2021
1 pm – 6 pm
Paris Gibson Education Center
2400 Central Ave, Great Falls, MT 59401

COVID-19 Booster Shot

On Thursday, September 23, CDC recommended a booster shot of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in certain populations:

    • People age 65 and older;
    • People at high-risk for severe COVID-19; and
    • People who work in a high-risk job.

Individuals in these groups who previously received the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine are eligible for a booster starting at least 6 months after their second shot. See the CDC statement.

COVID-19 Resources

Fact Sheets and external links to help everyone cope with the COVID-19 Pandemic: