Larry Brilliant Says Covid Rapid Tests Are Bad for Public Health

You were one of those people with four doses.

That’s right, and I was also able to get a prophylactic monoclonal antibody. That’s probably why I think I got a relatively mild disease. But it persisted for 17 days, and I had to have two courses of Paxlovid.

By the way, I don’t think we should call this a rebound. A better way to say it is that we don’t have the dosing schedule correct. It’s possible that Paxlovid probably requires a course of seven or 10 days.

So if I get Covid, I can ask my doctor to give me seven or 10

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