WHO announced a “scientific breakthrough” in the treatment of COVID-19-according to the organization, the British test of dexamethasone showed that this is the first drug that can truly reduce the mortality of patients with coronavirus infection.
WHO announced a breakthrough in the fight against coronavirus. As of June 17, 8,264,309 cases of COVID-19 have been recorded worldwide. 4,321,440 patients were recovered, of which 446,134 died from the infection.
-At the same time, 545,458 people have been confirmed to have the new coronavirus in Russia. Of these, 294 306 cases have been cured and 7 284 deaths.
-WHO Director-General Tedros Adhan Gebreyesus referred to anti-COVID-19 as a “scientific breakthrough”. Which was a clinical trial conducted by the United Kingdom on steroid dexamethasone in the past result. The person in charge of the organization emphasized that this is the first drug to reduce the mortality of patients with new coronavirus in need of treatment or ventilation.
It will only end in 2021
-In Russia, testing of coronavirus vaccines has already begun-Gamaleya, the epidemiology and microbiology research center of the Russian Ministry of Defense and the Russian Ministry of Health is dealing with these issues.
The military said: “Shortly after the two-week quarantine ends, the first batch of volunteers will be vaccinated, the main purpose of which is to check the safety and tolerability of the vaccine components.”
-At the same time, Governor Kuban announced to weaken the control of tourists-Now, companies in the spa industry are already working here.
“But the temperature at the entrance of the area will be measured, a coronavirus test will be conducted, and then there will be no obstacles to move around the edge. Veniamin Kondratyev said: “The only thing we need to know is where the or that guest in the area goes directly. ”
-The Minister of Health Mikhail Murashko allowed the restrictions to be lifted completely by 2021: “I think that in view of the fact that there should be drug control, it is possible to subdue. I think it is still necessary to talk next year. <…> I think this February.”
Coronavirus can now be tracked through the app
-The Amsterdam Times reported that researchers at the University of Amsterdam Medical Center have discovered new, stronger antiviral antibodies in patients treated with COVID-19. They can help create promising coronavirus treatments.
-In China, the possibility of COVID-19 transmission through salmon was evaluated. “At present, we have no evidence that salmon may be the owner or intermediate owner of COVID-19,” said Shi Guoqing, deputy director of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
-In Germany, a mobile application has appeared that allows you to track contacts infected with COVID-19. Corona-warn-app tracks users’ contact with other users of the application via Bluetooth. Persons in hazardous areas will be notified of the recommendations for coronavirus testing.