White House COVID-19 Response Coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha, has claims that if everyone kept up to date on their COVID-19 vaccinations and took Paxlovid, US coronavirus deaths would drop to almost zero.
“If everyone was up to date on their vaccines and people were on Paxlovid… deaths across America would go to zero,” he said.
Paxlovid can be used to treat people infected with COVID-19.
Well-known socialites who have had multiple vaccinations have still tested positive for the disease.
Pfizer Chairman and CEO Albert Bourla, who had received four shots, recently announced that he had tested positive for COVID-19.
dr Anthony Fauci, who serves as President Biden’s senior medical adviser and director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, tested positive for the disease in June despite already having been fully vaccinated and boosted twice. Fauci later noted that he was after a positive test took a course of Paxlovid, and then tested negative for several days. He then tested positive again and took another round of Paxlovid.
Despite the vaccine’s clear failure to prevent people from contracting COVID-19, public health officials have continued to urge people to get shot after shot.
“Almost nothing in medicine reduces the risk of death by 96%,” Jha said tweeted earlier this month. “Almost nothing but the COVID vaccines,” he added. “Double-boosted people had a 96% lower risk of dying than unvaccinated people,” he said. “If you are 50 or older and have not received a vaccine in 2022,” he wrote. “Now please go and get one. It may save your life.”
“Keeping the COVID-19 vaccination up to date offers strong protection against serious illness, hospitalization and death in all age groups. All eligible children, adolescents and adults should remain up to date with recommended COVID-19 immunizations,” according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website explained.
https://www.theblaze.com/news/ashish-jha-covid-deaths-zero dr Ashish Jha claims that using the COVID-19 vaccine and Paxlovid could nearly eliminate COVID deaths in the US