Health insurance is NOT required to receive treatment. This service is available from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM CST, 7 days a week.
Get treatment using the web, telephone, or Cue Health App.
By web, all you need is internet access and a computer, mobile device, or tablet with a camera.
By telephone, call 1-844-609-2415 (toll-free) to speak to a healthcare professional directly.
Download the free Cue Health App on your mobile device and set up a profile.
If you are having a medical emergency or experiencing severe symptoms such as chest pain, please call 911.
For non-English speaking individuals, treatment is available in the following languages by calling 1-844-609-2415 (toll-free).
If you are using a Video Relay Service (VRS) or Video Remote Interpreting (VRI), please call 1-844-609-2415 (toll-free).
Get care in three easy steps.
Health insurance is NOT required to receive treatment. This service is available from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM, CST, 7 days a week.
Choose your preferred way to receive care
Click “Get Started” and choose website, mobile app, or phone call.
Complete a profile and medical questionnaire
Answer a few questions about yourself and complete a brief medical questionnaire.
Meet with a clinician
Consult with a clinician to discuss treatment options. Get delivery at no cost or choose pharmacy pickup of your medication, if prescribed.
Get started with your treatment
All you need is access to a phone or computer, tablet, or mobile device with internet and a camera. Health insurance is NOT required to receive treatment, if prescribed. This service is available from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM, CST, 7 days a week.
Disclaimers and safety information
Paid for by the Minnesota Department of Health. Must be physically located in the state of Minnesota to qualify. Must create an account to receive COVID-19 treatment services through Cue Health. COVID-19 treatment services are available only to individuals 12 years or older who recently tested positive for COVID-19. For minor children (ages 12-17), a parent or guardian with a Cue Health account who is authorized to consent on behalf of the child must be present.
The healthcare providers for this service are unaffiliated with the Minnesota Department of Health.