Control of “Corona” at this date! – Saudi news

At a time when Covid-19 is still gripping the world, hope looms on the horizon that may relieve humans from a nightmare that has been sitting on the chests for several months, after monoclonal antibodies showed positive results to stop the spread of the virus in the body, which is one of the promising strategies to avoid the severe fatigue associated with Corona infection, before the arrival of a vaccine for the virus, according to Anthony Fauci, director of the American National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

Fauci said that antibody-based drugs, products extracted from the blood of recovered patients, and antivirals are being tested as a primary treatment.

He explained that the aim of these treatments is to protect patients from the development of their conditions that may reach serious lung damage, and during this stage, drugs such as remdesivir from Gilead Company and the anti-inflammatory drug Dexamethasone are used.

Fauchi said in an interview with the Journal of the American Medical Association: “We are currently focusing a lot on treatment at the beginning of infection, or preventing infection, and this is the bridge to making the vaccine.”

Fauchi added that 100 million doses of the vaccine may be produced in December, and that the six companies supplying the United States will provide 700 million doses by next April.

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