For Brian Meissner, the sore throat and fever he experienced in January when he became infected with COVID-19 were harbingers of a host of health issues to come.
Meissner, a 36-year-old resident of Chiba Prefecture, says he had received two COVID vaccine shots and was waiting for a third when he fell ill. After going to a local drive-in clinic and testing positive for the coronavirus, he was prescribed molnupiravir, an oral medication approved for COVID treatment, and was told to rest at home for two weeks.
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