Paxlovid helps prevent hospitalization but could produce rebound COVID

“It's very important for people to understand that Paxlovid, it is still a very important therapeutic for our patients who meet the criteria, because it still is doing what it was supposed to do, which is keep people from progressing to severe disease,” says Kalpana Gupta, chief of infectious diseases at Veterans Administration Boston Healthcare System. Photo by Shutterstock.

The CDC warned this week that some people who take antiviral drug Paxlovid can develop rebound COVID symptoms a few days after they recover.

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