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COVID-19 mAb Digital Toolkit

  • Overview Twitter Image 2: Did You Know? Monoclonal antibodies treatment only require an hour to receive the treatment and an hour of observation after treatment; with shorter options starting to become available.For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov" features asian family.

  • Overview Facebook/Instagram Image 2: Did You Know? Monoclonal antibodies treatment only require an hour to receive the treatment and an hour of observation after treatment; with shorter options starting to become available. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov" features asian family.

  • Getting Treated Quickly Twitter Image 2: "Did You Know? If you are eligible for monoclonal antibodies the key is to get tested and treated quickly. Patients must receive this treatment within 10 days from when symptoms start. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov" features teen girl and parents.

  • Getting Treated Quickly Facebook/Instagram Image 2: Did You Know? If you are eligible for monoclonal antibodies the key is to get tested and treated quickly. Patients must receive this treatment within 10 days from when symptoms start. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov" features teen girl and parents.

  • Sickle Cell in Children Twitter Image 2: "Did You Know? If your child (12-17 years of age) tests positive for COVID-19 and has sickle cell disease there are monoclonal antibodies available to help your child fight the disease. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov" features ethnic teen female

  • Sickle Cell in Children Facebook/Instagram Image 2: "Did You Know? If your child (12-17 years of age) tests positive for COVID-19 and has sickle cell disease there are monoclonal antibodies available to help your child fight the disease.For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov" features ethnic teen female

  • Heart Disease in Children Twitter Image 2: "Did You Know? If your child (12-17 years of age) tests positive for COVID-19 and has heart disease there are monoclonal antibodies available to help them fight the disease. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov" features ethnic teen female

  • Heart Disease in Children Facebook/Instagram Image 2: "Did You Know? If your child (12-17 years of age) tests positive for COVID-19 and has heart disease there are monoclonal antibodies available to help them fight the disease. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov" features ethnic teen female

  • Neurodevelopment Disorder in Children Twitter Image 2: "Did You Know? If your child (12-17 years of age) tests positive for COVID-19 and has a neurodevelopmental disorder, like cerebral palsy, there are monoclonal antibodies available to help your fight the disease. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov" features ethnic teen male.

  • Neurodevelopment Disorder in Children Facebook/Instagram Image 2: "Did You Know? If your child (12-17 years of age) tests positive for COVID-19 and has a neurodevelopmental disorder, like cerebral palsy, there are monoclonal antibodies available to help your fight the disease. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov" features ethnic teen male.

  • Asthma/Chronic Lung Disease in Children Twitter Image 2: "Did You Know? If your child (12-17 years of age) tests positive for COVID-19 and has chronic lung disease there are monoclonal antibodies available to help your child fight the disease. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov" features teen male.

  • Asthma/Chronic Lung Disease in Children Facebook/Instagram Image 2: "Did You Know? If your child (12-17 years of age) tests positive for COVID-19 and has chronic lung disease there are monoclonal antibodies available to help your child fight the disease. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov" features teen male.

  • Obese Children Twitter Image 2: "Did You Know? If your child (12-17 years of age) with severe obesity tests positive for COVID-19 there are monoclonal antibodies available to help your child fight the disease. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov" features obese teen male.

  • Obese Children Facebook/Instagram Image 2: "Did You Know? If your child (12-17 years of age) with severe obesity tests positive for COVID-19 there are monoclonal antibodies available to help your child fight the disease. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov" features obese teen male.

  • Chronic Health Conditions that Require Support from Medical Machines Twitter Image 2: "If your child (12-17 years of age) tests positive for COVID-19 and has chronic health conditions that require support from medical machines there are monoclonal antibodies available to help your child fight the disease. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov" feature teen female.

  • Chronic Health Conditions that Require Support from Medical Machines Facebook/Instagram Image 2: "If your child (12-17 years of age) tests positive for COVID-19 and has chronic health conditions that require support from medical machines there are monoclonal antibodies available to help your child fight the disease. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov" feature teen female.

  • 65 Years Old and Older Twitter Image 2: "Did You Know? If you are over 65 years of age and get COVID-19, you are at increased risk of severe disease. Monoclonal antibodies can help you fight the disease. Talk to your health care provider today. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov" features adult elderly male.

  • 65 Years Old and Older Facebook/Instagram Image 2: "Did You Know? If you are over 65 years of age and get COVID-19, you are at increased risk of severe disease. Monoclonal antibodies can help you fight the disease. Talk to your health care provider today. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov" features adult elderly male.

  • Obese Adults Twitter Image 2: "Did You Know? If you are obese (BMI 35 or greater) and get COVID-19, you are at increased risk of severe disease. Monoclonal antibodies can help you fight the disease. Talk to your health care provider today. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov." features a obese adult male.

  • Obese Adults Facebook/Instagram Image 2: "Did You Know? If you are obese (BMI 35 or greater) and get COVID-19, you are at increased risk of severe disease. Monoclonal antibodies can help you fight the disease. Talk to your health care provider today. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov." features a obese adult male.

  • 55 Years Old and Older with Chronic Heart and Lung Disease Twitter Image 2: "Did You Know? If you are over 55 years of age and have chronic heart and lung disease and get COVID-19, you are at increased risk of severe disease. Monoclonal antibodies can help you fight the disease. Talk to your health care provider today. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov." features elderly male wearing a mask.

  • 55 Years Old and Older with Chronic Heart and Lung Disease Facebook/Instagram Image 2: "Did You Know? If you are over 55 years of age and have chronic heart and lung disease and get COVID-19, you are at increased risk of severe disease. Monoclonal antibodies can help you fight the disease. Talk to your health care provider today. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov." features elderly male wearing a mask.

  • Diabetic Adults Twitter Image 2: "Did You Know? If you have diabetes and get COVID-19, you are at increased risk of severe disease. Monoclonal antibodies can help you fight the disease. Talk to your health care provider today. Talk to your health care provider today.For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov." features adult male

  • Diabetic Adults Facebook/Instagram Image 2: "Did You Know? If you have diabetes and get COVID-19, you are at increased risk of severe disease. Monoclonal antibodies can help you fight the disease. Talk to your health care provider today. Talk to your health care provider today. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov." features adult male

  • Chronic Kidney Disease Twitter Image 2: "Did You Know? If you have chronic kidney diseae and get COVID-19, you are at increased risk of severe disease. Monoclonal antibodies can help you fight the disease. Talk to your health care provider today. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov." features adult female wearing a mask.

  • Chronic Kidney Disease Facebook/Instagram Image 2: "Did You Know? If you have chronic kidney diseae and get COVID-19, you are at increased risk of severe disease. Monoclonal antibodies can help you fight the disease. Talk to your health care provider today. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov." features adult female wearing a mask.

  • Medication Suppressed Immune Systems in Adults Twitter Image 2: "Did You Know? If you are on medications that suppress your immune system and get COVID-19, you are at increased risk of severe disease. Monoclonal antibodies can help you fight the disease. Talk to your health care provider today. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov." features an adult afro-american male

  • Medication Suppressed Immune Systems in Adults Facebook/Instagram Image 2: "Did You Know? If you are on medications that suppress your immune system and get COVID-19, you are at increased risk of severe disease. Monoclonal antibodies can help you fight the disease. Talk to your health care provider today. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov." features an adult afro-american male

  • Conditions Suppressed Immune System in Adults Twitter Image 2: Did You Know? If you have a disease that a suppresses your immune system and get COVID-19, you are at increased risk of severe disease. Monoclonal antibodies can help you fight the disease. Talk to your health care provider today. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov." features and middle aged woman

  • Conditions Suppressed Immune System in Adults Facebook/Instagram Image 2: "Did You Know? If you have a disease that a suppresses your immune system and get COVID-19, you are at increased risk of severe disease. Monoclonal antibodies can help you fight the disease. Talk to your health care provider today. For more information go to CombatCOVID.hhs.gov." features and middle aged woman

  • This page last reviewed: February 11, 2021