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You can reduce the severity of . The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved treatments that can be used by millions to reduce COVID-19 symptoms and keep people out of the hospital.

You may be eligible for antiviral treatment if you are positive for COVID-19 and have mild to moderate symptoms. And you may be eligible for intravenous or oral antivirals.

Oral Antivirals

Who is eligible to use oral antivirals

  • Paxlovid Adults are children aged 12 or over, weighing at minimum 80 pounds [40 kg], and who are at risk of becoming very sick with COVID-19, or have mild-to moderate symptoms.
  • Lagevrio Adults over 18 who are at risk of getting very sick and don’t have any other COVID-19 outpatient options, or are unable to access them. They may also experience mild-to-moderate symptoms.

Are you a candidate for oral antivirals?

After you test positive for COVID, it is important to start using oral antivirals immediately. You should start taking oral antivirals no later than five working days after you first symptoms. These pills can be taken at home twice daily for five days.

How can you get oral antivirals?

You can get oral antivirals through your doctor. And paxlovid may be prescribed by a state-licensed pharmacist.

IV Antiviral

What is Veklury?

Veklury is an intravenously administered. You can give it by drip or IV. Moreover veklury is similar to oral antivirals and helps stop the COVID-19 virus reproducing in your body.

Who can get Veklury

  • Adults over 18
  • Children over 28 days old who are 7 pounds (3kg) or more
  • Positive for COVID-19
  • Symptoms mild-to-moderate of COVID-19
  • Are you at risk of getting very sick from COVID-19 infection?
  • Are they inpatients or outpatients (not being admitted to the hospital)?

When should you use Veklury

If you have COVID, it is best not to take this medication. You should get it as soon as you feel the symptoms. It shouldn’t take more than seven days.

How can you get Veklury?

Very can only be obtained with a prescription. The treatment is intravenously administered (IV) for three days once daily. People with low immune systems may also benefit from Evoshield, which is a preventive treatment. It can be used before they are exposed to COVID-19. The Food and Drug Administration approved treatments that have been used millions of times to reduce COVID symptoms and keep people out of the hospital.

About COVID-19 Vaccines

Vaccines are available in the United States to protect you from getting seriously ill, hospitalized, or even dying. Moreover As with all vaccine-preventable diseases, best prevented if you follow the recommended vaccinations and boosters.

After you experience symptoms, it might be worth delaying your next vaccine for three months.

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