Global Health announces “new guidelines” for intractable Corona patients

02:24 PM

Wednesday 27 January 2021

The World Health Organization issues new clinical guidelines for “Covid-19” patients, including for patients with long-term symptoms, according to the “Russia Today” website.

The WHO advised the use of lower doses of anticoagulant drugs to prevent blood clots.

The WHO spokeswoman, Margaret Harris, said at a United Nations press conference in Geneva that a team of independent experts under the leadership of the World Health Organization is currently in Wuhan, central China, where the first human cases of the emerging coronavirus were discovered in December 2019, They are scheduled to leave quarantine within the next two days to continue their work on the origins of the virus.

Harris refused to comment on reports about delays in the adoption of vaccines within the European Union, and said that she does not have specific data in this regard, and that the priority of the World Health Organization is to vaccinate health workers in all countries in the first 100 days of the year.


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