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Covid Recommended Treatment.

Here’s the recommended treatment from Front Line Doctors.

Thank God for Omicron.

The good news is that the serious Delta version of Covid is being displaced by the mild Omicron version that is not to be feared. Milder than the common flu, Omicron ends the deadly pandemic.

However, it appears that especially men from 30-50 years old with more muscle mass, if they spike a high fever, can suffer dehydration and the inability of their kidneys to purge toxins. Pneumonia also seems to be a high risk. Be sure to get treatment asap in those cases. Regeneron still seems to be more effective than Sotrovimab in many cases at this time.

Otherwise, early life saving treatment is normally less needed for Omicron. Covid vaccines are now irrelevant as they are not effective against Omicron and provides natural durable herd immunity. Lockdowns, mandates and vaccine passports should no longer affect our lives.

Give God the credit and thanks for doing what government and big pharma was powerless to do. Let's bring healing and restore unity and good will with the gift of life that's been given.

Let's especially support our heroic local providers who saved lives even when the system opposed their efforts. Health care providers, like any other business, can put profit and greed above the wellbeing of those they serve. This experience has enabled us to support providers that demonstrated compassionate help that went above and beyond the no-treatment policies. They earned our respect and loyalty to now keep us healthy.


Local Treatment Providers

Vital Care

A primary care doctor referral is not needed. You will be evaluated during your appointment to determine the most appropriate treatment for you. That could be the monoclonal antibodies treatment, IV fluids to boost your immune system, or other Covid-19 treatments. They do require a positive COVID test to receive monoclonal antibodies, which they can perform in clinic if you have not had one, for an additional charge. The Antigen test takes about 15 minutes. The cost also includes a potential appointment to follow up later if needed.

Although you can walk in without an appointment, they recommend that you apply for an appointment online or call and talk with them first to ensure that you will be seen in a timely manner. Scheduled appointments are given priority.

Patients are given a card with a 24/7 phone number if follow-up is needed.

  • Cost: $500

Hours

  • Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm



Vancouver Clinic

The cost does not include a follow up appointment nor does it include the cost for a Vancouver Clinic primary care doctor appointment to first evaluate you and determine if you have sufficient comorbidities to qualify. Treatment appointments can only be made if a Vancouver Clinic primary care doctor first prescribes this treatment. No other Covid-19 treatment is available.

No follow up appointment. You might receive a follow up call weeks later, normally not sooner since the staff is busy.

  • Cost: $1,428

Treatment Hours

  • Monday 1:45pm - 5:00pm
  • Tuesday 8:00am - 12:00pm
  • Wednesday 1:45pm - 5:00pm
  • Thursday 1:00pm - 4:00pm




Monoclonal Antibodies

Monoclonal Antibodies are one of a variety of early treatment options offered locally.

The state is discontinuing one antibodies treatment, Regeneron, and replacing it with another, Sotrovimab, which was recently granted an Emergency Use Authorization by the FDA as a more effective treatment against the Omicron variant.

Various Monoclonal Antibodies have been used for years to boost our immune system's ability to fight specific pathogens. The first version, Regeneron was formulated to fight the Covid-19 virus prior to the Omicron variant and granted a FDA Emergency Use Authorization. The updated Monoclonal Antibodies version, Sotrovimab, should be available as before from local early treatment providers.

This treatment can only be administered within 10 days of first Covid symptoms. Early treatment is best. The sooner, the better.

The treatment is given with an IV and takes about 30 minutes. You stay put for an additional 60 minutes while the provider ensures that you are not one of the few people who may have an allergic reaction. If needed, they are prepared to solve that problem on the spot.

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What Are Monoclonal Antibodies and How Can They
Fight Covid-19?

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Within 10 days of first symptoms, local providers can treat with Monoclonal Antibodies

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