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COVID-19 treatments: Provisional registrations
Following a thorough and independent review, the TGA has decided that the following treatments meet the high safety, efficacy and quality standards required for use in Australia.
|18 January 2022||Merck Sharp & Dohme (Australia) Pty Ltd||molnupiravir (LAGEVRIO)|
|18 January 2022||Pfizer Australia Pty Ltd||nirmatrelvir + ritonavir (PAXLOVID)|
|6 December 2021||Celltrion Healthcare Australia Pty Ltd||regdanvimab (REGKIRONA)|
|1 December 2021||Roche Products Pty Ltd||tocilizumab (ACTEMRA)|
|15 October 2021||Roche Products Pty Ltd||casirivimab + imdevimab (RONAPREVE)|
|20 August 2021||GlaxoSmithKline Australia Pty Ltd||Sotrovimab (XEVUDY)|
|10 July 2020||Gilead Sciences Pty Ltd||remdesivir (VEKLURY)|
Clinical guidelines may recommend the 'off-label' use of some medicines already included in the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG), such as dexamethasone, for the treatment of COVID-19. Off-label prescribing refers to the use of a registered medicine outside of the indications, dose, route of administration or patient group included in the TGA-approved Product Information (PI). Off-label use is not illegal, but is subject to the prescriber's clinical judgement in the setting of informed consent.
Consumer Medicine Information (CMI) for COVID-19 treatments
The CMI for each treatment is published and updated by the Australian sponsor. The CMI provides important information such as what you should know before you are given the treatment, including if you are taking other medicines, potential side effects, and a list of both active and inactive ingredients. To access the CMI you will need to click the "I accept" button from the links below.
Labels for COVID-19 treatments
To enable timely distribution of COVID-19 treatments, international labels will be used during the initial supply in Australia.
Some information typically present on the Australian label may be absent and/or modified on the international label, as well as additional information present that is not relevant to the Australian context.