Enabling this provides you with more accurate distances to providers and locations
Spectrum Health currently offers treatments for confirmed COVID-19 infection. Based on current evidence, oral Paxlovid and intravenous Remdesivir are first-line treatments, while oral Molnupiravir is a second-line treatment. Both oral medications must be started within five days of COVID-19 symptoms onset, while Remdesivir, an intravenous medication, must be given within seven days of symptom onset.
Talk to your primary care provider,
Call the Spectrum Health Community Response COVID-19 Treatment Clinic.*A virtual visit will be scheduled with a provider who will review your medical history and current medication list to determine eligibility and appropriate treatment.
*The decision for treatment is impacted by multiple factors including, but not limited to, your general medical health, duration of symptoms and medications you are currently taking.
A health care provider will determine if you are eligible for COVID-19 treatment and which mediation is most appropriate for you based on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Emergency Use Authorization, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services guidelines, and your medical history.
Yes, you can get the COVID-19 vaccine, and we encourage you to get vaccinated. When receiving COVID-19 treatment, it is recommended to wait two weeks from initial COVID-19 symptom onset before getting vaccinated or boosted.
No; your quarantine time will remain the same. Despite the anticipated improvement in your symptoms, you will still be contagious. Please continue isolating, wearing a mask and practicing good handwashing.
COVID-19 treatments under Emergency Use Authorization granted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration: