THE FIGHT IS IN US

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THE FIGHT IS IN US

After recovering from COVID-19 earlier this year, Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart decided to FIGHT IT FORWARD by donating his plasma

 Boston Celtics player Marcus Smart donating plasma in a clinic with a mask on and a thumbs up  Boston Celtics player Marcus Smart donating plasma in a clinic with a mask on and a thumbs up

FIGHT IT FORWARD

COVID-19 survivors: you’ve got a lot of fight in you.

Because your immune system fought off COVID-19, you now have antibodies in you that could help others fight it off too.

Please donate your COVID-19 plasma today. See if you qualify and find a donor center near you.

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STEPS YOU CAN TAKE AFTER EXPOSURE

  • Exposed or Symptomatic:

    If you’ve been exposed or have symptoms, self-isolate, use Coronavirus Self-Checker, and get tested.

  • Confirmed Diagnosis:

    Consult with your physician immediately. They can recommend steps you can take to recover at home.

  • Monoclonal antibody treatment information
    Early Treatment:

    Your physician can determine if you qualify for Monoclonal Antibody treatment. This treatment is most effective if given as soon as possible.

  • Hospitalized:

    Your physician may recommend Convalescent Plasma Therapy and/or Remdesivir upon admission. Dexamethasone may also be considered as part of your treatment.

  • Recovered:

    14 days after symptoms end, please consider donating plasma to help others. Donations should begin as early as possible after recovery.

  • Long-Term Effects:

    If you have lingering symptoms, be sure to consult your physician and/or a post-COVID care center.

STEPS WE CAN TAKE TOGETHER

  • COVID-19 vaccine information

    Consider getting a COVID-19 vaccine

  • Wear a mask

  • Wash your hands

  • Practice social distancing

  • Opt in for exposure notifications;
    Participate in contact tracing

  • Consider participating in clinical trials