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COVID-19 Monoclonal Antibody Therapeutics Digital Toolkit

What You Should Know

Monoclonal antibody therapeutics help eligible high-risk adults and children (12-17) who have tested positive for COVID-19 and have mild to moderate symptoms. They have been granted Emergency Use Authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat eligible COVID-19 patients.

How to Use this Toolkit

The Monoclonal Antibody Therapeutics Digital Toolkit contains messages you can share on your social media channels. You can either copy these messages directly or customize them to reach your audience.

This document provides social media posts for Twitter and for Facebook/Instagram in three categories:

  • Overview: 2 posts focusing on FDA approval, seeking treatment quickly, and treatment timing
  • Children: 6 posts focusing on treatment for 12-17 year-olds with sickle cell disease, heart disease, neurodevelopmental disorder, asthma or chronic lung disease, obesity, health conditions requiring medical machines
  • Adults: 7 posts focusing on treatment for 65+, obesity, 55+ with chronic heart and lung disease, diabetes, kidney disease, medications that suppress immune system, disease that suppresses immune system

Thank you for supporting this important campaign that, by building awareness, can help save lives and reduce the pressure on hospitals.


Overview


Treatment helps you avoid hospitalization

Twitter

Did you know there are treatment options for high-risk #COVID19 positive patients with mild to moderate symptoms? The treatment, which takes a total of about two hours, could help boost your immune response, keeping you out of the hospital. Get the details: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Facebook and Instagram

Did you know there are treatment options for high-risk #COVID19 positive patients with mild to moderate symptoms? The two hour treatment, could help boost your immune response, keeping you out of the hospital. There are thousands of sites across the country where these FDA-authorized treatments are available.

If you have COVID-19 symptoms, get tested right away and talk to your doctor about your treatment options. Learn more about monoclonal antibody therapies here: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Get Treated Quickly

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If you have tested positive for #COVID19, getting treated could help keep you out of the hospital, but you must act fast. Patients can only receive monoclonal antibody therapies within 10 days of the onset of symptoms. Talk to your healthcare provider.  https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Facebook and Instagram

Do you have #COVID19 symptoms? Get tested! You could be eligible for a monoclonal antibody treatment that may keep you out of the hospital … but you must receive this treatment within 10 days from when your symptoms started.

If you test positive for COVID-19, talk to your healthcare provider and find out if monoclonal antibody therapeutics are right for you. Don’t delay, be within the critical 10-day period for treatment. Learn more about FDA-authorized monoclonal antibody therapies for high-risk patients at https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Children

Sickle Cell Disease

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If your child with sickle cell disease tests positive for #COVID19, monoclonal antibody treatments may help him or her avoid hospitalization. Talk to your pediatrician about these @US_FDA-authorized treatments for your child.
https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Facebook and Instagram

Do you have child with sickle cell disease that has tested positive for #COVID19? There is a treatment that may help keep him or her out of the hospital. Monoclonal antibody treatments are FDA-authorized for children 12 years old or older with #sicklecell disease who have tested positive for COVID-19. These treatments are available for high-risk patients, and the treatment typically takes 16 minutes to an hour, followed by an hour observation.

Talk with your pediatrician about monoclonal antibody therapies to find out if it could be right for your child. Learn more about the treatments here: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Heart Disease

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If your child with heart disease has tested positive for #COVID19, monoclonal antibody treatments may keep him or her from being hospitalized. Learn about these @US_FDA-authorized treatments to help your child fight COVID-19. https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Facebook and Instagram

Do you have a child with heart disease who has mild to moderate symptoms of #COVID19? There is a treatment that may help keep him or her out of the hospital. Monoclonal antibody treatments are FDA authorized for high-risk 12-17 year-olds with #heartdisease that have tested positive for COVID-19.

The treatment takes about 16 minutes to an hour followed by an hour observation and there are thousands of sites around the country where treatments are available. Talk with your pediatrician about monoclonal antibody therapies to see if it is an option to help your child fight COVID-19. https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Neurodevelopment Disorder

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If your child has a neurodevelopmental disorder and has tested positive for #COVID19, monoclonal antibody treatments may help him or her fight the disease. Talk with your doctor and learn more about these new treatments for your 12-17 year-old: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/

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Facebook and Instagram

Do you have child with a neurodevelopmental disorder, such as cerebral palsy, who has tested positive for #COVID19? There are treatments to help him or her fight the disease: monoclonal antibody therapies. These treatments are FDA authorized for 12-17 year-olds with #neurodevelopmental disorders who have tested positive for COVID-19. The treatment typically takes about an hour with an hour of observation afterward. There are about thousands sites around the country where treatments are available.

Discuss this treatment for high-risk patients with your pediatrician to see if it is an option for your child. You can learn more about monoclonal antibody therapies here: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Asthma or Chronic Lung Disease

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If your child with asthma or a chronic lung disease gets #COVID19, monoclonal antibody therapeutics can help him or her fight the virus and stay out of the hospital. Learn more: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Facebook and Instagram

Do you have child with asthma or a chronic lung disease who has tested positive for #COVID19? There is a treatment for high-risk patients that may help keep him or her fight the virus and stay out of the hospital.

Monoclonal antibody treatments are FDA authorized for 12-17 year-olds with #asthma or a chronic #lungdisease who have tested positive for COVID-19. There are thousands of sites where these treatments are available. Talk to your pediatrician and learn more about the treatments here: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Severe Obesity

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Has your child with severe obesity tested positive for #COVID19? @US_FDA-authorized monoclonal antibody treatments may keep your 12-17 year-old child from being hospitalized for COVID-19. Get details here:
https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Facebook and Instagram

Do you have a child with severe obesity who has mild to moderate symptoms of #COVID19? If your child tests positive for COVID-19, talk to your pediatrician about monoclonal antibody therapies. These treatments are authorized by the FDA for children 12 years of age or older with severe obesity, diagnosed with COVID-19. They may help keep your child from being hospitalized.

The treatment typically takes about 16 minutes to an hour, followed by an hour of observation and there are thousands of sites around the country where treatments are available. Talk to your child’s pediatrician and find out more about monoclonal antibody therapeutics for high-risk patients at https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/

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Chronic Health Conditions that Require Support from Medical Machines

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If your child has a chronic health condition that requires support from medical machines and tests positive for #COVID19, there are @US_FDA-authorized monoclonal antibody treatments that may help him or fight the disease. Learn more: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Facebook and Instagram

Has your child with a chronic health condition that requires support from medical machines tested positive for #COVID-19? There are treatments to help him or her fight the disease: monoclonal antibody therapies. Talk with your pediatrician to see if monoclonal antibody therapies for high-risk patients are the right option for your child's needs.

These treatments are FDA authorized for 12-17 year-olds with chronic health conditions that require support from medical machines and who have tested positive for COVID-19. There are thousands of sites around the country where these treatments for are available. Learn more here: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/

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Adults

65 Years Old and Older

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If you are 65-years old or older and have tested positive for #COVID19, you may be able to avoid hospitalization. Talk to your doctor about monoclonal antibody therapies. These @US_FDA-authorized treatments are available at thousands of sites in the US. https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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If you are aged 65-years old or older and have tested positive for #COVID19, there is a treatment that can help you fight the disease and avoid hospitalization: monoclonal antibody therapy. FDA authorized for people 65-years old or older who have tested positive for COVID-19 and have mild to moderate symptoms, this treatment only requires about 16 minutes to an hour (plus an hour of observation afterwards). There are thousands of sites around the country where treatments are available.

Discuss these treatments with your healthcare provider to see if they are appropriate for your specific needs. Learn more about monoclonal antibody therapies here:  https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Obesity

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If you or a loved one are obese and test positive for #COVID19, you may be able to avoid hospitalization with @US_FDA-authorized monoclonal antibody therapy. Discuss this treatment for high-risk patients with your doctor. Learn more here: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Facebook and Instagram

Have you or a loved one who is obese tested positive for #COVID19? People with COVID-19 and a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 35 or greater may be able to avoid hospitalization with monoclonal antibody therapy. This treatment for high-risk patients is FDA authorized to help fight COVID-19 for people who are #obese and have mild to moderate symptoms. Treatment only takes about 16 minutes to an hour followed by an hour of observation.

Discuss monoclonal antibody therapy with your healthcare provider to determine if it is an appropriate option for you. You can learn more about it here: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/

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55 Years Old and Older with Chronic Heart and Lung Disease

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If you have chronic heart and lung disease, have tested positive for #COVID-19, and are over 55 years old, you may be able to avoid hospitalization with monoclonal antibody therapy.  Talk to your doctor about @US_FDA-authorized monoclonal antibody therapy. https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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If you have chronic heart and lung disease, have tested positive for #COVID-19, and are over 55 years old, you may be able to avoid hospitalization with monoclonal antibody therapy. This FDA-authorized treatment is available for eligible patients with mild to moderate COVI-19 symptoms. Treatment typically only requires about 16 minutes to an hour, followed by an hour of observation, and is available at thousands of sites around the country.

Discuss monoclonal antibody therapies with your doctor to see if they are appropriate for your specific situation. You can learn more about monoclonal antibody therapies for high-risk patients here: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Diabetes

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Are you a pateint with diabeties that has tested positive for #COVID19? Talk to your healthcare provider about monoclonal antibody therapies that may keep you out of the hospital. @US_FDA authorized for people with #diabetes and COVID-19. Learn more: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Are you or a loved one a patient with diabetes that has tested positive for #COVID19? Talk with your doctor about monoclonal antibody therapies for high-risk patients that can help you avoid hospitalization.

FDA authorized for eligible #diabetics with mild to moderate COVID-19 symptoms, monoclonal antibody therapies are available at thousands of sites around the US. Typically, treatment only takes about 16 minutes to an hour followed by an hour of observation. Learn more about monoclonal antibody therapies here: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Chronic Kidney Disease

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If you are a chronic kidney disease patient with #COVID19, talk to your doctor about monoclonal antibody therapies; they are @US_FDA authorized for high-risk patients and may keep you out of the hospital. Learn more here: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/

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Are you a pateint with chronic kidney disease that has tested positive for #COVID19? Monoclonal antibody therapies can help keep you out of the hospital. These treatments to fight COVID-19 are FDA authorized for people with chronic kidney disease and mild to moderate COVID-19 symptoms. Discuss these treatments with your doctor to see if they are a viable option for your specific needs. 

Available at thousands of sites around the country, monoclonal antibody therapies typically only require about 16 minutes to an hour followed by an hour of observation. Learn more about this treatment for high-risk patients here:https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Medications that Suppress the Immune System

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If you take a medication that suppresses your immune system and you test positive for #COVID19, talk to your doctor about @US_FDA-authorized monoclonal antibody therapies for high-risk patients to help you fight COVID-19 and avoid hospitalization. Learn more: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Do you or a loved one take medications that suppress the immune system? If you also test positive for #COVID19, monoclonal antibody therapy may help you fight COVID-19 and avoid hospitalization. These treatments are FDA authorized for people who have been prescribed medications that suppress the immune system and have mild to moderate COVID-19 symptoms.

Discuss monoclonal antibody therapies for high-risk patients with your healthcare provider to see if they are appropriate for your specific situation. Learn more here:  https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/

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Conditions that Suppress Your Immune System

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If you have a disease that suppresses your immune system and you get #COVID19, talk to your doctor about @US_FDA-authorized monoclonal antibody therapy for high-risk patients. It may help you avoid hospitalization. Learn more: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Do you or a loved one have a disease that suppresses the immune system? If you also test positive for #COVID19, monoclonal antibody therapies can help you fight COVID-19 and avoid hospitalization. These treatments are FDA authorized for people who take medications that suppress the immune system and have mild to moderate COVID-19 symptoms. Treatments are available at thousands of sites around the country. 

Discuss monoclonal antibody therapies for high-risk patients with your healthcare provider to see if they are an option for your specific needs. Learn more here: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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  • This page last reviewed: April 16, 2021