Biden’s covid tsar Dr. Fauci was forced to miss his daughter’s WEDDING because he tested positive for the virus
- Anthony Fauci, who had tested positive for the virus on June 15 days after attending a class reunion, had to miss his daughters wedding four days later
President Joe Biden’s top COVID adviser was forced to miss his own daughter’s wedding after testing positive for the virus.
Fauci, 81, who had tested positive for the virus on June 15 days after attending a class reunion, had to attend the wedding of his daughter, Meghan, remotely, he told The New York Times.
The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases had attended a 60th class reunion dinner ceremony at the Anthony S. Fauci Integrated Science Complex, named in his honor, at the College of the Holy Cross, in Worcester, Massachusetts.
At least two other attendees at the June 11 dinner tested positive for COVID, but it is still unclear if Fauci had contracted the virus at the event.
After being able to avoid the virus for more than two years, U.S. COVID tsar Anthony Fauci (pictured) tested positive for coronavirus on June 15
Fauci tested positive for the virus with mild symptoms including fatigue. As his symptoms got slightly worse, Fauci began a five day course of Paxlovid.
Paxlovid, a drug that was anointed as America’s silver bullet against COVID-19 by some health officials and even President Joe Biden, may not have any effectiveness for people that are already vaccinated, according its manufacturer Pfizer’s own data.
Following his treatment, Fauci said that he tested negative for the virus three days in a row. He decided to test again on the fourth day. The result came back positive.
Fauci confirmed on Tuesday that he is suffering from ‘COVID rebound’ symptoms after being treated with the drug.
In May, the Centers for Disease Control issued a formal warning regarding a COVID-19 rebound as result of a course of Paxlovid.
The agency said that some patients who were prescribed Paxlovid suffered a recurrence of symptoms or tested positive for COVID between two and eight days after recovery.
The CDC announcement said that there was not enough data to make a conclusion on the cause for the rebound. The agency noted that none of the reported rebound cases saw patients suffer a severe recurrence.
In his announcement about his COVID rebound, Fauci said that his symptoms were ‘much worse’ after he tested positive for the second time.