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COVID-19 Monoclonal Antibody Therapeutics Digital Toolkit

What You Should Know

Monoclonal antibody therapeutics can help eligible high-risk adults and children (aged 12 and older) who have tested positive for COVID-19 avoid hospitalization and complications from the virus.

This free therapeutic has 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.

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

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Overview

Treatment helps you avoid hospitalization

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Did you know there are free #COVID19 treatment options for eligible patients? These treatments can reduce your complications from the virus and can keep you out of the hospital. Get the details: https://CombatCOVID.hhs.gov/ 


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Did you know there are free treatment options for eligible #COVID19 positive patients? FDA-authorized monoclonal antibody treatments can help boost your immune response, keeping you out of the hospital. With thousands of infusion sites available across the country, these treatments typically take 16 minutes to an hour followed by an hour observation.

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/ 

Reduce your risk of hospitalization.


Get Treated Quickly

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If you have tested positive for #COVID19, getting treated may 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 to learn more. https://CombatCOVID.hhs.gov/ 

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Do you have symptoms of #COVID19? You could be eligible for a free treatment that will keep you out of the hospital and prevent complications from the virus. However, you must receive this treatment within 10 days from when your symptoms started. Get tested today to find out your eligibility.

If you test positive for COVID-19, talk to your healthcare provider and ask if monoclonal antibody therapeutics are right for you. Learn more about FDA-authorized monoclonal antibody therapies for eligible patients at https://CombatCOVID.hhs.gov//

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High Risk Conditions

Sickle Cell Disease

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If you or a loved one with sickle cell disease test positive for #COVID19, free monoclonal antibody treatments may help avoid hospitalization. Talk to your healthcare provider about these @US_FDA-authorized treatments.
https://CombatCOVID.hhs.gov/ 

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Have you or a loved one with sickle cell disease tested positive for #COVID19? There is a free treatment that may help keep you or your loved one out of the hospital. Monoclonal antibody treatments are FDA-authorized for children 12 years old or older and adults with #sicklecell disease who have tested positive for COVID-19.

These treatments typically take 16 minutes to an hour followed by an hour observation.

Talk with your healthcare provider about monoclonal antibody therapies to find out if these treatments could be right for you or a loved one with sickle cell disease. Learn more: https://CombatCOVID.hhs.gov/ 


Chronic Heart or Lung Disease

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If you have chronic heart or lung disease and have tested positive for #COVID19, you can 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 or lung disease and have tested positive for #COVID19, you may be able to avoid hospitalization with monoclonal antibody therapy. This FDA-authorized treatment is free for eligible patients. Treatment typically only requires about 16 minutes to an hour followed by an hour of observation, and is available at thousands of infusion sites around the country.

Talk with your healthcare provide and see if monoclonal antibody therapies are right for you. Visit   https://CombatCOVID.hhs.gov/  to learn more. 


Heart Disease

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If you or a loved one with heart disease have tested positive for #COVID19, monoclonal antibody treatments can keep you from being hospitalized. Learn about these @US_FDA-authorized treatments to help fight COVID-19. https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 


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Do you or a loved one with heart disease have mild to moderate symptoms of #COVID19? There is a free treatment that may help keep you out of the hospital. Monoclonal antibody treatments are FDA authorized for high-risk children (aged 12 and older) and adults with #heartdisease who have tested positive for COVID-19.

This free treatment usually 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 healthcare provider about monoclonal antibody therapy to see if it is an option to help you fight COVID-19. https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/

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Neurodevelopment Disorder

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If you or a loved have a neurodevelopmental disorder and have tested positive for #COVID19, monoclonal antibody treatments can help you fight the disease and keep you out of the hospital. Talk with your doctor and learn more about these new treatments. https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/


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Do you or a loved one have a neurodevelopmental disorder, such as cerebral palsy, and have tested positive for #COVID19? There are free treatments to help fight the disease: monoclonal antibody therapies.

These treatments are FDA authorized for adults and children (12 years old and older) with #neurodevelopmental disorders who have tested positive for COVID-19. The treatment typically takes about 16 minutes to an hour followed by an hour observation. There are thousands of infusion sites around the country where treatments are available.

Discuss this treatment for high-risk patients with your healthcare provider to see if it is an option for you. 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 you or your child with asthma or a chronic lung disease gets #COVID19, monoclonal antibody therapeutics can help fight the virus and avoid hospitalization. Talk with your healthcare provider and learn more here: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Do you or your child have asthma or a chronic lung disease? If you test positive for #COVID19, there is a treatment for patients over the age 12 that can help you fight off the virus and stay out of the hospital.

Monoclonal antibody treatments are FDA authorized for adults and for children (aged 12 and older) with #asthma or a chronic #lungdisease who have tested positive for COVID-19. Treatment typically takes about 16 minutes to an hour followed by an hour observation and there are thousands of infusion sites around the country where treatments are available.

Talk to your healthcare provider and learn more about monoclonal antibody treatments here: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Obesity

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If you or a loved one are overweight and test positive for #COVID19, you may be able to avoid hospitalization with @US_FDA-authorized monoclonal antibody therapy. Talk with your healthcare provider to see if you are eligible for this treatment. Learn more here: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 


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Are you overweight and have tested positive for #COVID19? Adults with COVID-19 and a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 25 or greater and children (age 12-17) with a BMI above the 85th percentile for their age and gender may be able to avoid hospitalization with monoclonal antibody therapy.

This free 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.

Talk with your healthcare provider and see if monoclonal antibody therapies are right for you. Learn more about it here:https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/

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Chronic Health Conditions that Require Support from Medical Machines

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If you suffer from chronic health conditions that require support from medical machines and you test positive for #COVID19, there are free @US_FDA-authorized monoclonal antibody treatments that can help you fight off the virus. Learn more: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Have you or a loved one with chronic health conditions that require support from medical machines tested positive for #COVID19? There are free treatments to help you fight the disease: monoclonal antibody therapeutics. Talk with your healthcare provider to see if monoclonal antibody therapeutics are right for you.

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

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Older Adults

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If you’re an older adult and have tested positive for #COVID19, you may be able to avoid hospitalization and complications from the virus. Talk to your doctor about monoclonal antibody therapies. These free @US_FDA-authorized treatments are available at thousands of infusion sites across the country. https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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If you're an older adult and have tested positive for #COVID19, there is a free treatment that can help you fight the disease and avoid hospitalization: monoclonal antibody therapies. This FDA authorized treatment only requires about 16 minutes to an hour (plus an hour of observation afterwards). There are thousands of infusion sites around the country where treatments are available.

Talk with your healthcare provider to see if monoclonal antibody therapeutics are right for you. Learn more about them here: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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Diabetes

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Do you have diabetes? And have you tested positive for #COVID19? Talk to your healthcare provider about free monoclonal antibody therapies that can 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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Do you or a loved one have diabetes and have tested positive for #COVID19? Talk with your doctor about monoclonal antibody therapies that can help you decrease the severity of COVID-19 complications and avoid hospitalization.

FDA authorized for eligible #diabetics with mild to moderate COVID-19 symptoms, monoclonal antibody therapies are free to patients and available at thousands of infusion sites across the country. 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 have chronic kidney disease and get #COVID19, talk to your doctor about monoclonal antibody therapies; they are @US_FDA authorized for eligible patients and can keep you out of the hospital. Learn more here: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/


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Are you a patient 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 free treatment: 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 healthcare provider 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 can help you fight COVID-19 and avoid hospitalization. These free 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 with your healthcare provider to see if they are appropriate for you. Learn more here:https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/


Diseases 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 healthcare provider about @US_FDA-authorized monoclonal antibody therapies. These free therapies could 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 free 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 infusion sites around the country.

Talk with your healthcare provide to see if monoclonal antibody therapies are right for you. Learn more here: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 


Pregnancy

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If you are pregnant and have tested positive for #COVID19, talk to your healthcare provider about monoclonal antibody therapies that could keep you out of the hospital. Learn more: https://combatcovid.hhs.gov/ 

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If you or a loved one are pregnant and have tested positive for #COVID19, talk with your doctor about monoclonal antibody therapies. These free therapies could help decrease the severity of COVID-19 symptoms and help you avoid hospitalization.

FDA authorized for eligible pregnant women with COVID-19 symptoms, monoclonal antibody therapies are available at thousands of infusion sites around the nation. 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/ 

COVID-19 Monoclonal Antibody Therapeutics

  • This page last reviewed: July 08, 2021