There are treatments that may help reduce how sick you become if you get COVID-19. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorized treatments that have already been taken by millions of people, reducing their COVID-19 symptoms and keeping many of them out of the hospital.
In addition, a preventive therapy called Evusheld may help people with a weakened immune system avoid serious symptoms of COVID-19 if it is taken
before they are exposed to COVID-19.
What should I do NOW if I think I have COVID‑19 or have been exposed to COVID‑19?
Test right away if you have COVID‑19
symptoms or think you have been exposed. Learn more about
Separate yourself from others as much as possible to avoid spreading COVID‑19. Learn more about
Wear a Mask
When you need to be around others at home or in public, wear a close-fitting
Talk to Your Doctor or Health Care Professional
If you have tested positive for COVID-19 or you think you have COVID-19, talk to your doctor or health care professional. Treatment must be started within days after you first develop symptoms to be effective. If you do not have a doctor or health care professional, the
Test to Treat program can help you get tested and receive treatment if it is appropriate.
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