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Pfizer's anti-coronavirus drug Paxlovid reduces deaths by 89%

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Pfizer's anti-coronavirus drug Paxlovid reduces deaths by 89%
Pfizer Anti-Covid-19 Drug Trial Reduces hospital admissions or deaths by 89%

Albert Bourla, CEO of Pfizer, said the good news is that Paxlovid (Paxlovid) tablets are anti-COVID-19. quiteSLOTXO

effective It can reduce hospitalization and death by 89% in adult patients at high risk for severe symptoms.

Pfizer's analysis of tablet data came from 1,219 adults from North and South America, Europe, Africa and Asia. After having symptoms, some patients were given Paxlovid tablets and others were treated with paxlovid tablets. Placebo was given for 5 days every 12 hours. Ten of the placebo-treated patients died. While there were no casualties in the Paxlovid group.

Pfizer's Paxlovid is the second drug against COVID-19 after Merck's molnupiravir (molnupiravir).

Pfizer said it would send information to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as soon as possible for approval for emergency use.

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The Ministry of Public Health reiterates that the cross-formula vaccine is effective. China has given 1.5 million additional doses of Sinovak.
"Today's news is a real game changer in the world's efforts to stop the pandemic," Birla said, if approved by regulators. will be effective in saving the patient's life. Reduce the severity of COVID-19 infection and reduce hospital admissions by 9 out of 10.”

Burla told CNN it expects the company to file for approval with the FDA before this year's Thanksgiving holiday falls on Nov. 25.

President Joe Biden said the US government had ordered more than 1 million doses of the drug.

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