Thailand Doctors Find Cure to Coronavirus, as Chinese Patient Becomes Cured

As announced by the Thailand ministry on Sunday, February 2nd, a group of Thai doctors successfully treated and cured a Chinese coronavirus patient.
2019-nCoV coronavirus

While speaking on the accomplishment of the feat, Dr. Kriengsak Attipornwanich said they utilized the pills used in the treatment of viral diseases on the coronavirus patient, and he stopped showing any signs of the disease. He subsequently tested negative and was thus declared free of the virus.
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The doctor further said that a cocktail containing oseltamivir with lopinavir and ritonavir, which are both pills used for the treatment of Human Immunodeficiency Virus, HIV.

The patient, an unidentified 71-year old Chinese woman tested negative to coronavirus 12 hours after taking the medications intended to battle her 2019-nCoV coronavirus.

This came after many breakthroughs in the eradication of the coronavirus, which includes the creation of a copy of the virus by Australian scientists, and the worldwide attempt to create a vaccine for the deadly disease.

To prevent the spread of the disease, many countries, including Nigeria has been taking serious measures. This includes the setup of laboratory testing for new entrants, amongst others.

While there are rumors that the coronavirus is being sneaked into Nigeria, the health ministry has urged citizens to disregard such type of false news as all Chinese entrants into the country had been tested and confirmed free of the virus, while showing no symptoms.

For more security, all new entrants will be tested against coronavirus and a host of other diseases before being allowed entry into the country. On the detection of patients, entry into the country is disallowed, and they are referred to their country for treatment.

Nigerians are however urged to contact the Nigerian Center for Disease Control (NCDC) helplines anytime a case is being detected or suspected, for immediate action before it's being spread further.

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