Thai medics claim coronavirus break-through: Patient is declared 'disease-free' in 48 hours using HIV and flu drugs

Corona Virus initial treatment strategy

Thailand has reportedly seen promising results after treating a coronavirus patient with a mix of two antiviral drugs which are usually used to treat HIV. Medics tested the drug mix on a patient who was in a 'serious condition' with the disease and within 48 hours they were declared disease-free, reports Bloomberg. The drugs, originally used for HIV and influenza treatment, were a success according to a medical briefing given by Dr Kriangsak Attipornwanich. 

This was tested on one patient so it is much too early to declare victory. The drugs were two protease inhibitors and one flu antiviral.

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    commented 2020-02-03 07:30:02 -0600
    ‘The results look good so far:’ Thai doctors tout promising treatment for Wuhan coronavirus.
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