Now you are sick. What do you do? You might be lucky enough to have a doctor that will prescribe to you the medicine you need. There are also tele-doctors available to help. The problem is they are so overwhelmed it may take several days to get you your medicine. Below are a few online doctors that can help.
These links vary in cost and ease of use, find the one that is right for you.
Monoclonal Antibody Therapy
Monoclonal antibody therapy is given to you through a vein (intravenous or IV) for up to 1 hour in an outpatient infusion center. You will receive one dose of monoclonal antibody therapy by IV infusion. If taken early, they can reduce the risk of severe disease, hospitalization, and death.
NOTICE: The FDA has halted use of monoclonals. They are afraid it may help you.
The federal government probably doesn't make enough money on this.
I was able to find this site in Florida
This is a site from Health and Human Services
Keep yourself healthy, treat early if you get sick, DON'T LIVE IN FEAR
Front Line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance
Tons of information including Prevention and Early Outpatient Treatment Protocol
These brave doctors have put it all on the line to save peoples lives
This site is an aggregate of interviews, podcasts, and Webinars
Explaining the research on Covid-19
Association of American Physicians and Surgeons
Of the many protocols that are used to treat COVID-19 below are two examples
Available on this site is all the information you need to empower you if you get sick.
The FLCCC Alliance has some really great first line of defense information that is very helpful. Please look up their early outpatient protocols. One of the most important things you can do is nasal irrigation at first symptoms. Preventing the replication of the virus is critical.
There are many ways to treat Covid19!
The following is an example of what your doctor may prescribe:
Ivermectin by weight for 5 days
Azithromycin 250 mg for 2-5 days
Prednisone 5 mg for 5 days