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May 10, 2022 by PHN News Team
Many have heard the phrase, “Test to Treat,” but what is the reasoning behind the initiative? Since the onset of the pandemic, various treatment options are now available. However, in order for the treatments to work, most must be started within five days of when symptoms begin. Therefore, testing is imperative. The sooner people are tested, the sooner they can self-isolate and limit the spread of the disease while simultaneously receiving such treatments as oral antiviral medications or monoclonal antibody therapies. These types of treatments have proved to help prevent hospitalization and death from COVID-19. However, it is important to recognize that treating COVID is not a one-size-fits-all situation. Once an infection has been identified, patients should consult with their primary care physician to determine the best treatment option for them. Although treatment options are available, vaccination continues to provide the best protection against COVID-19. So, we encourage individuals to consider receiving the COVID-19 vaccine and stay up to date on eligible booster doses.
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At Primary Health Network, we are administering the Moderna vaccine for those 18+ and the Pfizer vaccine for children ages 5-11, offering on-site testing and other COVID-19 therapeutics. For more information, please visit https://primary-health.net/COVID-19.aspx.