The corona virus infection is treatable but not curable, it’s the myth which is running out in the Internet like the fire
At least seven companies have been warned by the Food and Drug Administration for fraudulent products like tea, oils etc to treat COVID-19.
Currently there no vaccine against the developing COVID-19 disease, and the antibiotics are not effective against the viral infection they only treat bacterial infection.
If your symptoms are more severe, supportive treatments may be given by your doctor or at a hospital. This type of treatment may involve:
- Fluids to reduce the risk of dehydration
- Medication to reduce a fever
- Supplement oxygen in more severe cases
- People who have a hard time breathing on their own may need repirator
There are many drugs which were before use to treat the outspread but for this modified virus they are not 100% effective
Do not take the drugs without doctor recommendation, they could be fatal.
The drugs given below are only for information based on WHO and CDC.
Remdesivir is an experimental broad-spectrum antiviral drug originally designed to target Ebola.
Researchers have found that remdesivir is highly effective at fighting the novel coronavirus in isolated cells.
Can chloroquine cure coronavirus? Here’s what science says ,Digital trends.
Chloroquine is a drug that’s used to fight malaria and autoimmune diseases. It’s been in use for more than 70 years and is considered safe.
Researchers have discovered that this drug is effective at fighting the SARS-CoV-2 virus in studies done in test tubes.
3.Lopinavir and Ritonavir
Lopinavir and ritonavir are sold under the name Kaletra and are designed to treat HIV.
In South Korea, a 54-year-old man was given a combination of these two drugs and had a significant reduction in his levels of the coronavirus.
‘Favilavir’: First Approved Drug to Possibly Treat Coronavirus, The science times.
China has approved the use of the antiviral drug favilavir to treat symptoms of COVID-19. The drug was initially developed to treat inflammation in the nose and throat.
The bottom line is
At this point in time, there’s no vaccines to protect you from the novel coronavirus, also known as SARS-CoV-2. There also are no special medications approved to treat the symptoms of COVID-19.