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I was just diagnosed with COVID-19. Is Monoclonal Antibody Treatment an option for me?

Monoclonal antibody treatment is a promising therapeutic for people diagnosed with mild to moderate COVID-19. The FDA has issued Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for this treatment for patients who meet certain high-risk criteria.

If you are diagnosed with COVID-19, please reach out to your provider to see if you are a candidate for this promising treatment designed to reduce symptoms, and/or symptom progression. Find a location near your current assignment location.

Monoclonal Antibody treatment is at no charge to the patient. Centers are opening across the country but are in the infancy stage. Your assignment facility may even be one of the locations offering this treatment. FEMA is also involved in staffing Monoclonal Antibody Treatment Centers in some of the high need areas of the country.

Resources:
Monoclonal Antibodies for High Risk COVID-19 Positive Patients
Monoclonal Antibody Therapeutic Distribution Locations

What states currently have vaccine mandates?

California: All healthcare facilities: Declination: Yes: Medical & Religious Compliance Deadline: 9/30/2021

CO Denver County: All healthcare facilities: Declination: Yes: Medical & Religious Compliance Deadline: 9/30/21

Connecticut: All healthcare facilities (except LTC): Declination: Yes: Medical only Compliance Deadline: 9/27/21

CT Long Term Care Facilities: Declination: Yes: Medical & Religious Compliance Deadline: 9/7/2021

Dc Press Release: All healthcare facilities: Declination: Yes: Medical & Religious Compliance Deadline: 9/30/21 first dose

IL: All healthcare facilities: Declination: Yes: Medical & Religious Compliance Deadline: 9/5/21 first dose; 9/25/21 second does

Maryland: All healthcare facilities: Declination: Not specified Compliance Deadline: First dose 9/1/21

Massachusetts: All healthcare facilities: Declination: Yes: Medical & Religious Compliance Deadline: 10/10/21

New Jersey: All healthcare facilities: Declination: Yes: Medical & Religious Compliance Deadline: 9/7/2021

New Mexico: All healthcare facilities: Declination: Yes: Medical & Religious & Personal Compliance Deadline: 8/26/21 first dose 10/01/21 second dose

New York: All healthcare facilities: Declination: Yes: Medical & Religious Compliance Deadline: 9/27/2021

Oregon: All healthcare facilities: Declination: Yes: Medical & Religious Compliance Deadline: 10/18/2021

Rhode Island: All healthcare facilities: Declination: Yes: Medical & Religious Compliance Deadline: 10/01/21

Washington: All healthcare facilities: Declination: Yes: Medical & Religious Compliance Deadline: 10/18/2021

I don’t want to receive the vaccine until it has full approval by the FDA. When will this happen?

On August 23, 2021 the FDA approved the first COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccine has been known as the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 Vaccine.

What stance are healthcare professional organizations taking regarding the COVID vaccine?

What stance are healthcare professional organizations taking regarding the COVID-19 vaccine?

A number of key professional organizations support COVID-19 vaccination for healthcare professionals.

  • American Medical Association
  • American Nurses Association
  • American Pharmacists Association
  • American Academy of PAs
  • American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)
  • Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nurses Society (WOCN)

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