If you test positive for COVID-19 or think you might be infected, you may be able to get treatment to help you recover. Treatment works best if it’s taken within a few days of symptom onset and can lower your risk of serious illness and hospitalization.
What treatments are available in Summit County?
If you have mild to moderate symptoms that began within the past few days, you may be eligible for treatment with antiviral medication or monoclonal antibody treatment (mAb)*. Both treatments are available in Summit County with a healthcare provider’s prescription.
*Monoclonal antibody therapy is not a substitute for vaccination against COVID-19. Being vaccinated provides the highest level of protection against COVID-19 infection.
Should I seek treatment?
If you test positive for COVID-19 you may be eligible for treatment. Those who are at high risk for severe illness should contact their health care provider as soon as possible to ask about treatment options.
Where can I find treatments?
At a provider's office
Consult your healthcare provider to learn which treatment is right for you.
If you do not have a provider or health insurance, you can find treatment locations using CDPHE’s treatment map.
Coloradans who test positive or think they have COVID-19 can use the state telehealth service to quickly access treatment options. Telehealth can be accessed over the phone; high-speed internet is not required. Learn more about telehealth options in Colorado on CDPHE's Telehealth & Therapeutic Treatments page.