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Nation’s first federally backed test-to-treat COVID-19 site set to open

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The White House is planning for contingencies that could include rationing supplies of vaccines and treatments this fall if Congress doesn't approve more money for fighting COVID-19. Confirmed infections in the U.S. have quadrupled since late March, from about 25,000 a day to more than 105,000 daily.
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Nation's first federally backed test-to-treat site opening in Rhode Island

The White House has announced more steps to make the antiviral treatment Paxlovid more accessible across the U.S. as it projects COVID-19 infections will continue to spread over the summer travel season. The nation’s first federally backed test-to-treat site is opening Thursday in Rhode Island. The site will provide patients with immediate access to the drug once they test positive. More federally supported sites are set to open in the coming we…

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Nation’s first federally backed test-to-treat COVID-19 site set to open

When administered early on, the drug has been proven to bring about a 90% reduction in hospitalizations and deaths among patients most likely to get severe disease.

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Nation’s first federally backed test-to-treat COVID-19 site set to open

When administered early on, the drug has been proven to bring about a 90% reduction in hospitalizations and deaths among patients most likely to get severe disease.

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Nation’s first federally backed test-to-treat COVID-19 site set to open

When administered early on, the drug has been proven to bring about a 90% reduction in hospitalizations and deaths among patients most likely to get severe disease.

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Nation’s first test-to-treat COVID-19 clinic to open in Providence - Providence Business News

PROVIDENCE – White House COVID-19 Response Coordinator Dr. Ashish K. Jha said sick Rhode Island residents should not be shy about coming by to get speedy, on-site access to the COVID-19 antiviral drug Paxlovid, available at no cost through a new “test-to-treat” site set up in Providence with help from the federal government.  “I would […]

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