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IS THERE A TREATMENT FOR COVID-19?

Yes! If you’ve tested positive for COVID-19 and your symptoms began in the past 10 days, OR if you’re not fully vaccinated or are immunocompromised and you’ve been exposed to COVID-19, you may be eligible for a free treatment* near you.

*While the treatment is free, there may be an administration fee. Please check with your insurance provider.

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The Power of Antibodies

Monoclonal antibodies, or mAbs, are man-made proteins that help your body fight off the virus that causes COVID-19. In fact, just a one-time mAb treatment can help keep you from getting sicker and going to the hospital.

HOW THE TREATMENT WORKS

mAbs are man-made proteins designed to fight off the virus that causes COVID-19.

The infusion can take from 20 to 70 minutes, with an observation time afterward.

The treatment takes only one visit, and it's authorized by the FDA.

The pandemic is not over

People who aren't vaccinated, especially those in underserved and disadvantaged communities, are most at risk. mAbs are keeping people from getting sicker, or from going to the hospital.

ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR mAbs?

You may be eligible if you have tested positive for COVID-19, or were recently exposed, and are at a greater risk of developing severe COVID-19 symptoms.

Not sure if you qualify?
Please answer the questions below to find out.

Eligibility Wizard
Do you weigh more than 88 lbs and are you older than 12?

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HOW TO BOOK A TREATMENT

  1. Test positive for COVID-19 within the last 10 days.
  2. Receive a referral from a healthcare provider.
  3. Book an appointment at a nearby infusion treatment center listed below.

Treatment is free* if you meet the requirements.

*While the treatment is free, there may be an administration fee. Please check with your insurance provider.

mAb TREATMENT LOCATIONS

HHS has developed a list of possible treatment locations, adapted from where mAb product has been shipped, available at its Therapeutics Distribution Locations page. However, this data may not be complete or accurate. These facilities should be contacted directly to confirm they are currently providing mAb infusion therapy and accepting new appointments.

Crush COVID mAb treatment locations are below.

Crush COVID Treatment Locations

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

If you have had symptoms for 10 days or less, test positive for COVID-19 and are eligible, you can get mAbs. The infusion can take 20 to 70 minutes, with an observation time afterward.

This site lists infusion centers near you. We are adding new locations weekly, so please check back.

You can also visit the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Combat COVID site for resources on available treatment options.

https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/i-have-covid-19-now/available-covid-19-treatment-options

Scientific studies showed that high-risk COVID-19 patients treated with mAbs had a 70% reduction in relative risk for progression to severe disease and/or hospitalization compared to patients who did not receive mAbs.

Yes. You must follow isolation requirements to protect yourself and others.

Yes, but you should wait 90 days after treatment to get the vaccine.

Yes. If you get COVID-19 despite vaccination, you may receive the treatment.

The cost of the monoclonal antibody product is free, even if you are uninsured. Medicare and most state Medicaid plans also cover the costs of the infusion. Some patients with commercial insurance plans may have out-of-pocket costs associated with the infusion.

Do you have symptoms but have not been tested yet?

First, get tested for COVID-19. If you test positive, contact a treatment center listed on this site. Some testing centers may also have the mAb treatment available on-site.

If you don’t have symptoms but there’s a high likelihood you’ve been exposed to COVID-19, you might also be eligible for mAbs. The treatment is now being used as a post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP).* You may qualify if you’re in a high-risk category and you are not fully vaccinated or are immunocompromised.

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