COVID-19 treatments

Vaccination is still the best way to prevent severe illness from COVID-19, but there are also effective medicines to treat it now. Treatment works best when it's given within the first few days of your illness. Get tested right away if you have symptoms so you can qualify for treatments which have been shown to prevent hospitalization and death from COVID-19. If you test positive for COVID-19, talk to a doctor or healthcare provider about treatments that may work best for you.

COVID-19 treatments

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Antiviral medications

The FDA has given emergency use authorizations for two oral antiviral medications and one intravenous (IV) infusion antiviral medication.

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All Utahns ages 6 months and older can get vaccinated.

Vaccines are safe and effective, and the best way to prevent severe illness from COVID-19. Vaccines are available at doctors' offices, health clinics, pharmacies, local health departments, and community vaccine clinics. Visit to find a location near you.

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Have a symptom?
Get tested.

COVID-19 treatments are only effective if given within a few days of symptom onset. That's why it's important to get tested as soon as your symptoms begin.

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Test to Treat program

Through this federal program, people are able to get tested and – if they are positive and treatments are appropriate for them – receive a prescription from a healthcare provider (either on-site or through telehealth), and have their prescription filled all at one location. There may be a cost for the provider visit, check with the location for details.

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