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What is sotrovimab, the COVID drug the government has bought before being approved for use in Australia?

By Elise Schubert, Pharmacist and PhD Candidate, University of Sydney
Lifeng Kang, Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney
Nial Wheate, Associate Professor of the Sydney Pharmacy School, University of Sydney
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The government has ordered 7,700 doses of sotrovimab. But until further evidence shows it’s effective, the guidelines say it should only be given to patients as part of a human clinical trial.

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