Covid-19: How the UK is protecting vulnerable groups with rapid drug delivery

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A network of clinics has been set up to give treatments to people who are extremely vulnerable to the coronavirus soon after they have a positive test

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27 January 2022

Sotrovimab is an antibody treatment that is given as an infusion

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As the UK phases out covid-19 restrictions – with England dropping nearly all such measures – people who are extremely vulnerable have a new weapon against the virus: antiviral drugs and antibodies designed to lower the risk of people getting severely ill.

The medicines should be taken within five days of a positive PCR test and symptoms beginning, and ideally as soon as possible. Getting the drugs to people who are at home, not in hospital, has meant setting up a new …

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