Let's put that in context: Nearly 3 million people die in the US each and every year, and nearly 60 million die every year world-wide.We are 10.1% in the US to a Megadeath and 30.5℅ worldwide!
Yet another RNA polymerase inhibitor like Remdesivir or Favipiravir? And no doubt patented?https://www.cnbc.com/amp/2020/06/01...-treat-covid-19-hospitals-to-use-in-june.html
Russians claim to have an effective treatment for the coronavirus, which hospitals will start using this month
Can vitamin C prevent or treat COVID-19?
That's because the body uses it up when fighting an infection. Most mammals simply make more as needed, but humans have a genetic 'defect' that prevents their bodies from making the vitamin C at all, so the only way for people to get (and fix the depletion when ill) is to take supplements (or in extreme cases, for it to be administered intravenously).Vitamin C levels also tend to decline when a person is unwell, even though the immune system’s need for this vitamin increases.
Would that constitute an FOD?
lot's of "fake press" said:Trump uses 'AIDS vaccine' as proof scientists can develop COVID-19 vaccine
[h=1]Coronavirus pandemic accelerating with Americas worst, warns WHO[/h]
Note how he puts that sentence together to to make it sound like most people are still at risk of dying from this thing. I can't view this as anything but deliberately misleading. Look at the stats, i.e. who has actually died. The only people who have a statistically significant risk of dying are the very old, and even in that demographic, the ones dying are mostly those who have known underlying conditions.Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a virtual briefing from WHO headquarters in Geneva. "The virus is still spreading fast, it is still deadly, and most people are still susceptible."