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  2. What Is A COVID-19 'Rebound' After Paxlovid? Here's What To ...

    www.huffpost.com/entry/covid-19-rebound-paxlovid...

    As if there aren’t enough mysteries surrounding the coronavirus, the latest headlines have been about something called “COVID-19 rebound.” Some people experiencing this phenomenon are seeing a rebound in COVID-19 symptoms after taking Paxlovid, the five-day oral antiviral medication that stops the coronavirus from replicating in the body.

  3. COVID rebound is surprisingly common — even without Paxlovid

    www.nature.com/articles/d41586-022-02121-z

    Moreover, people with Paxlovid rebound had high levels of virus for several days, as if they had new acute infections. “The single case of viral rebound without treatment was more like a viral ...

  4. This is an official CDC HEALTH ADVISORY - Centers for Disease ...

    emergency.cdc.gov/han/2022/pdf/CDC_HAN_467.pdf

    was no evidence that the rebound in detectable viral RNA was the result of SARS-CoV-2 resistance to Paxlovid (5). COVID-19 rebound is characterized by a recurrence of symptoms or a new positive viral test after having tested negative. People with COVID-19 rebound should follow CDC recommendations regarding isolation

  5. HAN Archive - 00467 | Health Alert Network (HAN)

    emergency.cdc.gov/han/2022/han00467.asp

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is issuing this Health Alert Network (HAN) Health Advisory to update healthcare providers, public health departments, and the public on the potential for recurrence of COVID-19 or “COVID-19 rebound.” Paxlovid continues to be recommended for early-stage treatment of mild to moderate COVID ...

  6. Rebound COVID-19 After Paxlovid: Why Are People Testing ...

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    Paxlovid rebound isn’t actually a reinfection, Dr. Adalja points out. “It is the same virus that the initial infection was caused by,” he says. And, Dr. Adalja says, you are contagious when ...

  7. What is Paxlovid, the antiviral COVID treatment Biden took ...

    news.yahoo.com/paxlovid-covid-treatment...

    In a series of tweets last week, White House COVID-19 coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha said “treatments like Paxlovid are designed to prevent serious illness. And they are doing that. Very well.” He goes on to explain that in a Paxlovid rebound, “You get infected – get better (symptoms get better, antigen test negative) – then get worse.

  8. Paxlovid Rebound: Symptoms Return After COVID Treatment - AARP

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    Experts stress that this phenomenon, known as “Paxlovid rebound,” is not an indication that the antiviral pills are ineffective. “Paxlovid is still working to keep you out of the hospital, and that’s what it was designed to do,” says William Schaffner, M.D., a professor of preventive medicine and infectious diseases at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine.

  9. Rebound COVID after Paxlovid calls for 5 days isolation, CDC says

    www.usatoday.com/story/news/health/2022/05/25/...

    Regardless of the rebound, all evidence suggests that Paxlovid works well to prevent hospitalizations and deaths among people infected with COVID-19 and at high risk for severe disease, Griffin ...

  10. Here’s a COVID-19 treatment pharmacists can prescribe

    www.deseret.com/utah/2022/7/7/23198410/covid-19...

    Still, the 81-year-old Fauci said, “Paxlovid did what it was supposed to do,” by keeping him out of the hospital. Webb said rebound cases are an “inconvenience” that happens rarely. An employee at Jolley’s Pharmacy Redwood who asked not to be named said the treatment helped him get over COVID-19 quickly in April and he’d take it again.

  11. Paxlovid | HHS/ASPR

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    Rebound (defined as experiencing recurrence of symptoms and/or SARS CoV-2 antigen positivity after initial resolution) has been observed not only among patients treated with Paxlovid but also occurs in patients receiving no treatment and in patients treated with other COVID-19 therapeutics.