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Further information on monoclonal antibody treatments

Links to more resources for both patients and providers

Several monoclonal antibody therapies have been given Emergency Use Authorization by the FDA to treat Covid-19 patients who meet certain criteria. But even as research shows monoclonal antibody therapies decrease hospitalizations by 70% in high risk patients, Dr. David Kessler, chief science officer for the Biden administration's Covid response, says only 32% of what has been shipped has been put into use, leaving hundreds of thousands of doses available.

Advice from Dr. Kessler:

If you or a family member tests positive for Covid-19 and are at high risk, just go to and you can look up where there are sites that administer monoclonal antibody treatments.

Here are handy fact sheets on monoclonal antibody treatments from the HHS's Public Health Emergency site:

You can find more information for Covid-19 patients here.

And more information for doctors and health care providers here.

Also available in Spanish

The Public Health Emergency site can also help you locate infusion centers where the treatments are administered.