Working for Carroll County, together.
Monoclonal Antibody Therapy (mAb)
at the Carroll County Infusion Center
Reduce the risk of infection and hospitalization from
Covid-19 exposure or illness with mAb therapy
Register now to schedule your appointment:
For emergency use in individuals with high-risk Covid factors or in danger of developing severe illness.
Antibody treatment systems administered by trained staff.
No Out Pocket Cost
Full coverage by insurance or federal uninsured fund, with zero out-of-pocket fees.
How does our monoclonal antibodies service work?
Fill out the form with your information.
An agent will call you to verify the information and to schedule an appointment.
Arrive at the Infusion Center within 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment to be checked-in.
Receive administration of monoclonal antibodies.
Remain in observation for 1 hour.
Help Combat Covid-19
mAbs are administered directly after exposure to
Covid-19 or up to 10 days after onset of symptoms.
reduction in hospitalization
and patient fatalities
reduction of infection spread
among patients’ households
Frequently Asked Questions
What are monoclonal antibodies?
Monoclonal antibodies are laboratory-made proteins that mimic the immune system’s ability to fight off harmful viruses like SARS-CoV-2. Monoclonal antibodies attack the virus and reduce its ability to spread through your body.
Can mAbs be used instead of vaccination?
No. Vaccination remains the most powerful tool against contracting Covid-19, as well as against hospitalization and death from Covid. mAbs is a therapy that helps those who have been exposed to or tested positive for Covid-19.
Can people get mAbs if they’ve already been vaccinated?
Yes. Those who test positive for COVID-19 despite vaccination can qualify to receive monoclonal antibody treatment.
Can people still get the vaccine after getting mAbs?
Can mAbs give me Covid?
No. Antibodies do not contain any live virus.
Are mAbs safe?
mAbs are authorized by the FDA for emergency use. Any medical infusion or injection may cause side effects, such as minor pain, bleeding, bruising, soreness, swelling, fever, chills, exhaustion, nausea, headache, and possible infection at the infusion site. In rare cases, hypersensitivity and allergic reactions may also occur during or after an antibody infusion. For this reason, trained healthcare staff will monitor patients during and after treatment.
Why should one consider mAbs treatment?
Early treatment with mAbs may prevent the disease from worsening and lessen the length of COVID-19 symptoms. Additionally, it could prevent COVID-19 from spreading to your entire population or household.
Are mAbs covered by insurance?
Yes, monoclonal antibody treatment is administered at no cost to the patient.
Where can one get mAbs?
Once you qualify, we’ll reach out to you to schedule treatment. Treatment will be administered by a trained professional. You can also search for a treatment site by going to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services website, or by calling them at 1-877-332-6585 (for English) or 1-877-366-0310 (for Spanish).
Protect your family.
Register now for at-home mAbs