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County health officials want residents to know about COVID-19 treatments

Original post made on May 13, 2022

Treatment is available for eligible people who become infected with COVID-19, Alameda County's health officer told the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, but residents must access treatment quickly after symptoms start.

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