The World Health Organisation WHO is trying hard to discover the drug that will end the pandemic of coronavirus. Now, WHO Names Four Drugs For Coronavirus, The whole world has been locked down by the virus yet the virus keeps spreading to the uttermost part of the world.
Scientists around the world have gone into the journey of discovery and yet it seems no accurate drug has been found to effectively take off coronavirus.
The President of the United States of America, Donald Trump gave the world a feeling of relief when he announced that chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine will cure the dreaded coronavirus. The drugs quickly become a hero as it is used as a clinical trial for the virus. The price skyrocket moving from N100 to N1500.
Provoking the World Health Organisation (WHO) to launch a global mega trial of the most promising coronavirus treatments possible. WHO came out with four possible drugs not as a final cure but for the clinical trial. The World Health Organization is an agency of the United Nations, specialised and responsible for international public health.
WHO Names Four Drugs For Coronavirus
The World Health Organisation has commenced a global mega trial of the most possible promising drugs that may be helpful in curing victims of the novel coronavirus.
Here are the most promising drugs against coronavirus as clinical trial by WHO.
This drug was widely used during the Ebola outbreak and other dangerous viruses in the past and hence the new coronavirus outbreak may lead to its re-emergence.
Chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine
This drug is also promising to cure coronavirus. Chloroquine is widely used to treat malaria, it is also used in chemoprophylaxis; the administering of drugs to prevent the development of the disease.
Ritonavir and lopinavir
A popular drug is given to people infected with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). Though there is no complete treatment for patients of HIV, Ritonavir and Iopinavir is a promising drug that may help cure coronavirus. The combination of these drugs slows down the process of organs that may deteriorate.
WHO Partner With WhatsApp And Facebook
WHO is launching a messaging service with partners WhatsApp and Facebook to keep people safe from coronavirus.
This easy-to-use messaging service has the potential to reach 2 billion people and enables WHO to get information directly into the hands of the people that need it.
From government leaders to health workers and family and friends, this messaging service will provide the latest news and information on coronavirus including details on symptoms and how people can protect themselves and others. It also provides the latest situation reports and numbers in real-time to help government decision-makers protect the health of their populations.
The service can be accessed through a link that opens a conversation on WhatsApp. Users can simply type “hi” to activate the conversation, prompting a menu of options that can help answer their questions about COVID-19.
How To Keep Yourself Safe By WHO
Stay aware of the latest information on the COVID-19 outbreak, available on the WHO website and through your national and local public health authority. Most people who become infected experience mild illness and recover, but it can be more severe for others. Take care of your health and protect others by doing the following: