Clinic Covid FAQ


What are we doing to keep Covid-19 out of our clinic?


In accordance with the current state mandates, we currently

maintain a careful screening process for anyone entering the building.

Any visit that is appropriate to be completed as telehealth (live video chat) is encouraged to do so (call us if you're not sure about your appointment). If you need to come into the building for a scheduled appointment, lab draw, or to pick anything up, you will ring a doorbell and a staff member will take your temperature and ask you a set of screening questions before you fully enter the building. Please bring only yourself or one other family member to your appointment if needed. 


We have a strict mask policy. NO see-through, lace, vented, or other inadequate face coverings are permitted. Your mask must fit snugly over your nose and mouth and be made of solid material. We have surgical style masks if you arrive without an adequate mask. We are doing this due to the current mandate AND to protect our staff and providers. If you cannot wear a mask for medical reasons we encourage you to request a telehealth appointment with your provider. 


We are also offering curbside pickup for any items such as supplements, notes, or records. Just call us when you pull into the parking lot and a friendly staff member will deliver your items. 


What to do if you think you have Covid or need to get tested? 


CALL US! You can be scheduled for an urgent visit with your medical provider to review your symptoms etc (telemedicine from the parking lot is the best option to allow for testing, but car-side can be accommodated if technology prohibits telemedicine). If Covid is a concern we have two options for Covid testing including rapid testing as of Jan 4th. We also offer curbside supplement purchase if you need anything for any chronic or acute condition to keep you safe and healthy. We are here for you and your family!


What about the vaccine? 


We are currently offering Covid vaccination scheduling for **Established Patients** ages 16 and up in group 7 and as of April 19th will be open to all Oregonians 16 and up regardless of health or work history. Visit the Klamath County Public Health for further eligibility information: http://www.klamathcounty.org/1117/COVID-19-vaccine


To schedule a vaccination appointment, please call us at (541) 851-9320 **Established patients only**


Our providers at WFM believe strongly in science, research, and finding the benefit to risk ration with any given treatment. Based on currently available research, the risk of dying or having serious long term consequences from Covid-19 infection far outweighs the risk of death or serious risk from the vaccine for *most* patients. If you have had a serious allergic reaction, please touch base with your provider before scheduling, otherwise we believe that the vaccine is a safe and necessary step for most people to fight and help burn out this terrible virus so we can go back to a normal life. We also strongly encourage our patients to take natural steps to improve immunity, not just for Covid protection but for all infection risk. If you have not discussed steps to improve your immune system, we are always more than happy to review this at a visit. 


We care deeply about our staff, our patients, and our community. We are working hard to support you with the best options for care in Klamath Falls for all your health needs, including Covid. Please understand that we are taking Covid seriously as none of us want or can afford to get sick and be out of work and unable to keep providing the care that we do to all of you! 


Covid Research/Resources: 


Vaccine Safety:

WHO (World Health Organization) on the Moderna Vaccine

The New England Journal of Medicine on the Moderna Vaccine

Moderna's FDA Application

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine on the Covid Vaccine

Infectious Disease Society Review of Moderna Vaccine

UCSF Multiple Expert Opinions on Safety

VAERS Report- as of Feb 21, 2021 over 63 million doses of vaccine administered in the US with 1099 reported deaths, which puts the risk of death from vaccine 0.0015%. The current mortality rate in Oregon from Covid is 1.42% with long tern consequences (see articles below) in up to 30% of cases. 

Does the Covid Vaccine Use or Contain Fetal Stem Cells? 

Does the Covid Vaccine Cause Infertility? 


Covid Risk including Long Term Consequences

Long Hauler's Syndrome 

Covid's Effect on the Heart (even in asymptomatic cases)

Covid's Effect on the Brain 

Covid's Effect on the Kidneys

Covid and Increased Risk of Stroke 

Long Term Lung Fibrosis 


Natural Treatments and Covid 

British Medical Journal on Vitamin D and Covid Protection

Garlic and Covid

Quercetin and Covid 

Quercetin + Vitamin C 

Hydration and Covid Risk (Hypothesis)

CBD and Covid 

Call Us: (541) 851-9320