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Most people will not require medicine to treat their COVID-19. However, for some people who are at risk of more severe disease, it may be appropriate for your GP (or other doctor) to prescribe you antivirals to treat COVID-19.
Two medicines are now available – molnupiravir (sold as Lagevrio) and nirmatrelvir plus ritonavir (sold as Paxlovid). You would only be prescribed one of these medicines not both.
be 70 years of age or older*
be 50 years of age or older with two other risk factors for severe disease
identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin, and be 30 years of age or older with one other risk factor for severe disease; or
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