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COVID-19 Therapeutics Information for Providers

At-home oral medications and injectable or intravenous COVID-19 treatments are available for those individuals at highest risk for severe complications from COVID-19, including hospitalization or death. Early intervention with COVID-19 therapeutics can reduce the risk of disease progression resulting in hospitalization or death from COVID-19.

Therapies require a prescription order from a licensed healthcare provider. Ohioans seeking any of these treatments must first reach out to a qualified provider to discuss appropriate treatment options and a treatment plan.

The dashboard and map below is a resource for healthcare providers to connect patients with COVID-19 treatments if determined eligible. The map includes COVID-19 therapeutic locations across the state and can be filtered or searched by city, county, and ZIP code. To filter for a specific therapeutic, use the filter button to the right of the search box.

  • Information is updated weekly on Thursdays.

If you are an Ohio resident seeking more information about COVID-19 treatment and think you might qualify, please speak to your healthcare provider first and get a referral ito receive pre-exposure prophylaxis, monoclonal antibody treatment or oral antivirals.

Additional resources for healthcare providers:

Oral antivirals are an at-home COVID-19 treatment option for those who are high risk of severe illness. These pills work to keep the SARS-Cov-2 virus from replicating properly, thereby reducing viral load, which can help reduce symptom severity.

Multiple therapeutics have been authorized to treat COVID-19 for those who are at highest risk of severe illness from COVID-19. The Ohio Department of Health wants to ensure that all healthcare providers across Ohio are aware of the availability of COVID-19 treatment options, and to refer eligible patients to treatment locations as appropriate.

Currently available treatments include Bebtelovimab, Paxlovid, Molnupiravir, and Evusheld.

These therapies require a prescription order from a licensed healthcare provider. Ohioans seeking any of these treatments must first reach out to their healthcare provider to discuss appropriate treatment options and a treatment plan.

The dashboard below includes COVID-19 therapeutic locations across the state and can be filtered by city, county, and ZIP code, and is searchable by city, county, and ZIP code. To filter for a specific therapeutic, use the filter button to the right of the search box above.

Data will be updated weekly on Thursdays.