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Could antibody treatment prevent COVID-19 hospital surge?

Clip: 01/14/2021 | 3m 44s

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As the second COVID-19 surge threatens New Jersey hospitals, state health officials are urging people who test positive and have mild to moderate symptoms to immediately ask their doctors about getting monoclonal antibodies. Officials hope it will keep hospitals from getting overwhelmed.

Aired: 01/14/21 | Rating: NR

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