Here is their latest brief. One of the common fallacies it repeats is the following:
Today, we have a large armamentarium of broad-spectrum antibiotics with which we would have been able to treat most or all of those infections, possibly preventing a good portion of those deaths.
Shall we take bets on how available such antibiotics would be and how quickly they would be properly distributed? As written, the sentence puts a great deal of weight on the word "possibly." That being said, many other parts of the analysis are on the mark, most of all the discussion of risk communication and its importance.