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We’re here to help Crossover members and their dependents with COVID-19 questions and health concerns.
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Need to get a COVID-19 test? We’ll tell you when, what type, and where to get one.

Select “Everything Else” to discuss testing with your care team.

If you’ve tested positive, we have a COVID Care Program to guide you through it.

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For up-to-date vaccine information and availability, we can help make sense of it all.

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The Latest on COVID-19

Insights from Your Crossover Care Team

Places to Go and People to See: A Nurse’s Guide to Traveling during COVID

John Rogatzki, BSN
Virtual Care Practice Lead
May 3, 2021

John—a certified flight nurse who previously worked to train commercial flight attendants—has traveled to Crossover’s health centers across the U.S. throughout the pandemic. Before you schedule your next trip for you and your family, know what to expect at the airport and hotel.

Megan Coffee, MD—a Harvard and Oxford-educated Primary Care Physician at Crossover who is board-certified in Infectious Disease and Internal Medicine—tells us how each vaccine works (spoiler alert: it’s kind of like Snapchat).

Prevent Foggy Glasses While Wearing a Mask

Annie Low, OD
Optometrist
March 24, 2021

Foggy glasses? Crossover Optometrist Annie Low demonstrates how to prevent foggy glasses while wearing a face mask.

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

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