First Chinese Coronavirus patient successfully cured according to Chinese authorities

First Chinese Coronavirus patient successfully cured according to Chinese authorities

- Chinese authorities claimed that a Coronavirus patient was successfully cured from the deadly outbreak

- A 56-year-old woman locally identified as “Chen” was said to have been cured

- She was reportedly released from quarantine after further examinations to prevent the spread of infections

- They also revealed that doctors had found a drug which “somewhat successfully” stopped the spread of the disease to cells

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Chinese authorities fro the Shanghai Municipal Health Commission claimed a Coronavirus patient was successfully cured.

The 56-year-old woman locally identified as “Chen” was said to have been cured from the illness and was discharged fom the hospital.

According to a report of Beijing Daily Newspaper, the patient's pulmonary CT scans and two independent blood tests significantly improved. It was also found out that the patient was already free from the Coronavirus according to the report.

KAMI learned that Chen was a resident of Wuhan–the city where the Coronavirus originated–for several years, according to RT.

She reportedly felt flu-like symptoms on January 10 before being admitted to hospital on January 12.

According to the published report, Chinese doctors were able to discover that n HIV wonder drug have stopped spread of the disease to cells.

It was concluded in the study that “Nelfinavir could decrease the production of virus from cells”.

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The new coronavirus, also known as Novel coronavirus, was identified during December 2019 in Wuhan, Hubei province of China, after numerous people in the city fell ill with pneumonia without a clear cause and did not respond to existing treatments. The transmission rates of the virus have escalated since mid-January, with several countries outside China reporting cases of infection and there has been evidence of human-to-human transmission. The virus has an incubation period of two weeks and can be fatal.

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