WHO sees ‘potentially positive data’ on COVID-19 treatments


The World Health Organization said that some treatments seem to limit the severity or duration of COVID-19 disease, saying it aimed to learn more about four or five of the most promising.

The Geneva-based WHO is leading a global initiative to develop safe and effective drugs, tests, and vaccines to prevent, diagnose, and treat COVID-19. The respiratory disease caused by the new coronavirus has infected 4.19 million people around the world, according to a Reuters count.

“We have a number of treatments that appear to be in very early studies that limit the severity or duration of the disease, but we have nothing that can kill or stop the virus,” said spokeswoman Margaret Harris in a briefing, referring to the – called Solidarity Trial of drugs against the disease.

“We have potentially positive data coming out, but we need to see more data to be 100% sure we can say this treatment about it,” she added.

However, the WHO official issued a warning regarding expectations for a vaccine, but said that in general, coronaviruses are “very troublesome viruses” that are “difficult to produce vaccines”. More than 100 potential COVID-19 vaccines are being developed, including several in clinical studies.

The WHO said in April that a vaccine would last for a minimum of 12 months.

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