COVID-19 Treatment Clinic

As treatments for COVID-19 continue to evolve, Spectrum Health is committed to offering care in a safe and timely manner. 

Spectrum Health’s Community Response COVID-19 Treatment Clinic currently offers two oral treatments (Paxlovid and Molnupiravir) as well as intravenous Remdesivir (antiviral medication) and Bebtelovimab (a monoclonal antibody active against omicron) to eligible people with COVID-19. Treatment options may change based on medication availability and recommendations from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. 

Offering COVID-19 treatment early in illness can decrease disease severity. People with COVID-19 may contact their primary care provider or call the Spectrum Health Community Response COVID-19 Treatment Clinic for assessment and treatment. The team will review a patient’s medical history and current medication list to determine appropriate treatment.

Frequently asked questions

If I receive monoclonal antibodies, can I still get the COVID-19 vaccine?
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Yes; you can get the COVID-19 vaccine, and we encourage you to get vaccinated. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends waiting 90 days after receiving monoclonal antibodies since monoclonal antibodies and vaccine can interact and decrease long-term protection.

Does my quarantine duration change after I receive this infusion?
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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.

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