A statue to Praise Doctor Performance



The Global health service in the world and Micro Biologist have been put to test in respective to get the cure to the novel virus while a lots of medical team lost there soul.

While a statue of a female doctor was designed by an artist Latvian was placed at Latvia’s Museum

Peter Horby, the academic leading the trial, praising the health sector

“what we saw was really quite remarkable.”

Standing by his side, Prime Minister Boris Johnson lauded the trial, hailing it as the “biggest breakthrough yet” in treating COVID-19.

“I am proud of these British scientists, backed by UK government funding, who have led the first, robust clinical trial anywhere in the world to find a coronavirus treatment proven to reduce the risk of death,” Horby said. Johnson added, “we have taken steps to ensure we have enough supplies, even in the event of a second peak.”

Benefits about the latest drug Approved

“The survival benefit is clear and large in those patients who are sick enough to require oxygen treatment, so dexamethasone should now become standard of care in these patients,” said Horby, professor of emerging infectious diseases and global health.

The only other drug proven so far to show some benefits with severely ill patients is remdesivir, an anti-viral drug created to fight Ebola, which can reduce the duration of bad coronavirus symptoms from 15 to 11 days.

Oxford’s findings have not yet been peer-reviewed and the researchers are “now working to publish the full details as soon as possible.”

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