About The Study:
The main place people are getting Covid is through household transmission. It spreads very easily through people who are in each other’s bubble, this includes family and close friends. These are the people you are in close contact with all the time and it is hard to avoid them. At Rochester Clinical Research we are currently conducting a Covid prevention study.
The way this study works is that if a family member tests positive for Covid if the rest of the family is testing negative, they can come in and potentially take an investigational oral medication to help prevent the spread. There is a 50% chance of a placebo in this study, so you will either receive the investigational product or the placebo during your dosing appointment. The study is about 28 days long for participants and 1-3 days long for the Covid positive patient. There are 7 office visits and compensation is available for your trial-related time.
Study-related care is available to participants at no cost and health insurance is not required nor needed.
- Study participants must be 12 years or older
- The household member must be the first case of Covid-19 in the household in the last 6 months
- The person who tested positive must have at least one symptom (Cough, fever, fatigue, headache, etc.)
- Members have lived in the household and will continue to live there throughout the study period
- In order to qualify, all interested participants must be able to come into the office within 72 hours of testing positive
- *Please note that other conditions may apply