After the treatment of a coronavirus patient with a mix of two antivirals, usually used for the treatment of HIV, Thailand has reportedly seen promising results.
Medics checked the drug combination with a Patient in a critical situation with the disease and were pronounced free of infection within 48 hours, as per the reports.
The drugs initially used for HIV treatment and influenza therapy were positive, according to Dr. Kriangsak Attipornwanich’s medical briefing.
Thailand has seen 19 confirmed Coronavirus cases, 11 patients are still in the hospital, but the others will return home.
The discovery comes when British cleaning product makers, Dettol, had to explain that their drug would not destroy the virus.
One eagle-eyed shopper noticed the label’Kills cold viruses,’ at the back of a bottle of Dettol. But the company RB mentioned the mild strains of bug that it had been shown to kill.
RB has come to know of the research on Dettol products and the novel 2019-nCoV coronavirus in a report.
Because this is an ongoing RB epidemic, like all businesses, the new virus (2019-nCoV) has still not been accessed for testing. It is, therefore, not yet able to confirm efficiencies against the new strain.
“Our products were tested and found to kill other coronaviruses (for example, MERS-CoV and SARS-CoV).”
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Health Anutin Chanvirakul has said that on February 4, after medical screening in China, the nation will repatriate over 100 people from Wuhan
Upon returning to Thailand, they will be quarantined for 14 days.
The news is that the first patient with coronavirus outside China died in the Philippines.
A 44-year-old man was admitted from China to San Lazaro Hospital in Manila on January 25.
He had a headache, cough, and sore throat at the time.
But his condition rapidly deteriorated, and severe pneumonia developed, as reported.
“The patient was stable, showing signs of improvement, but his condition worsened over the last 24 hours, resulting in his death,” said the healthcare department.
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