Covid 19 Management & Monoclonal Antibody Treatments

This post is ongoing and regularly updated.



Monoclonal antibodies are laboratory-produced molecules that act as substitute antibodies that can restore, enhance or mimic the immune system's attack on cells. Monoclonal antibodies for COVID-19 may block the virus that causes COVID-19 from attaching to human cells, making it more difficult for the virus to reproduce and cause harm. Monoclonal antibodies may also neutralize a virus

We have seen great success with this treatment especially when treating early onset of covid 19. It has helped many of our patients get better sooner, and build healthy antibodies for future exposure. For some reason the mAB treatments can be hard to find so we want to try and help with a few resources.

Florida has done a great job of distributing them throughout the state with main hubs setup in most counties that administer this 1 hour IV treatment free of charge. There is also a nasty flu going around that has similar symptoms including sinus congestion, fever, persistent cough, and sore throat. Not all symptoms are present in all cases, but this has been reported by many of our patients in Florida, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.


You can find information for Palm Beach County Residents HERE


For the State of Florida mAB Locator Tool Click HERE


For out of state and Private Infusion Clinic Locator Tool Click HERE



These infusions are best taken right away, the qualifications for this typically require a positive covid-19 test result, (PCR in some states)

If you have been exposed to covid-19 you may qualify to receive monoclonal antibody treatment if you are over 12 years of age and obese or immune compromised. Certain nationalities may also automatically qualify if they are considered high risk.

If you have been exposed but are testing negative and are not high risk you probably will not qualify unfortunately. Refer to the FLCCC Covid Exposure Management Protocol HERE


We will keep this list updated, and continue to research the information as it comes out.


Thank you for reading, we hope this helps!



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