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"The Food and Drug Administration added pharmacists on Wednesday to the list of health care professionals who are allowed to prescribe Pfizer’s pills for treating Covid-19. The move, aimed at making it easier for patients to get the drug, will significantly increase the number of prescribers who can order the treatment, known as Paxlovid."
"The Food and Drug Administration added pharmacists on Wednesday to the list of health care professionals who are allowed to prescribe Pfizer’s pills for treating Covid-19. The move, aimed at making it easier for patients to get the drug, will significantly increase the number of prescribers who can order the treatment, known as Paxlovid."
Making the access road to Paxlovid easier through licensed pharmacists for patients that need it is a move in the right direction. Because a drug you need to take that fast (within 5 days of symptoms) should also be easily accessible IMO. Though extreme care and attention be taken that the pills doesn't easily fall into wrong hands to avoid abuse. (But then, who would want to abuse covid pills [#thinking](/relevant/new/thinking) 🤔)
Making the access road to Paxlovid easier through licensed pharmacists for patients that need it is a move in the right direction. Because a drug you need to take that fast (within 5 days of symptoms) should also be easily accessible IMO. Though extreme care and attention be taken that the pills doesn't easily fall into wrong hands to avoid abuse. (But then, who would want to abuse covid pills [#thinking](/relevant/new/thinking) 🤔)
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