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Michigan Residents with COVID-19 Encouraged to Seek Treatment Options Early

Michigan Residents with COVID-19 Encouraged to Seek Treatment Options Early

Tuesday, June 14, 2022

All individuals who test positive for COVID-19 should talk to their doctor to see if they are eligible to receive one of the COVID therapeutics.

Don’t delay, treatment must be started early to work.

The Michigan COVID-19 website includes a locator that will help people who test positive find locations where treatments are available.

Another resource is the Test to Treat program. This nationwide initiative, launched by the federal government, ensures rapid access to no-cost COVID-19 oral medications that can help reduce risk for hospitalization if someone tests positive for COVID-19 and are eligible to receive medications.

Test to Treat locations may include participating pharmacies, federally qualified health centers (FQHCs), tribal health centers, urgent care locations, primary care physicians and long-term care facilities.

Learn about Test to Treat, how to participate if you receive positive test result at home, and more

Search for Test to Treat locations near you

Search for treatment options near you using the state of Michigan's locator