People who are sick with COVID-19 may get medication to help their body fight the virus so they get better faster, according to the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH).

Medications like monoclonal antibody treatment are for people who test positive and have mild to moderate symptoms. The medication must be taken within the first 10 days of having symptoms so it’s important to act quickly.

For information: or talk to a health care provider.


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