Monoclonal Antibody Treatments
The federal government has issued emergency use authorization for monoclonal antibodies to treat COVID-19. St. Luke’s provides this treatment to eligible patients.
To get these medications, you must have COVID-19 symptoms and proof of a positive COVID-19 test (saliva or nasal swab). You also need to fill out the MN Resource Allocation Platform Screening Form to see if you may be able to get one of the medications.
This online form will ask about your age, medical history, the type of work you do, whether you have COVID-19 symptoms, and contact information where a health care worker can reach you.
The platform does not make the final decision about who can get a medication. It only decides who may be able to get it. The final decision is up to the health care provider at the facility that gives these types of medications.
The MN Resource Allocation Platform is currently for adult patients only. Children aged between 12 and 17 may also qualify for a monoclonal antibody treatment but will need to work directly with their provider to determine whether they are eligible instead of submitting information on this platform.
If you or a loved one may qualify for this treatment, visit the Minnesota Department of Health website for more information and next steps:
- 1.800.657.3504 (Mon. - Fri., 9 am to 4 pm)
If you or a loved one is 12 to 17 years old, contact your primary care provider for next steps.