Antimicrobials and COVID-19: Strategies for Treating a Pandemic
Early protection, early identification, early diagnosis, and early isolation are crucial to combat with Covid-19 outbreaks.
Chloroquine, a medication on the WHO model list of esential medicines, and hydroxychloroquine, its subordinate, as conceivable treatment choices for the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. Positive results from preliminary studies indicate that hydroxychloroquine, an antimalarial drug, has the potential to improve disease outcomes and possibly slow COVID-19’s progression. However, officials stated that additional data are needed before the drug can be approved as an effective treatment for the disease.
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