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The use of biological agents has generally been confined to military-led conflicts. However, there has been an increase in non-state-based terrorism, including the use of asymmetric warfare, such as biological agents in the past few decades. Thus, it is becoming increasingly important to consider strategies for preventing and preparing for attacks by insurgents, such as the development of pre- and post-exposure medical countermeasures. There are a wide range of prophylactics and treatments being investigated to combat the effects of biological agents. These include antibiotics for both conventional and unconventional use , antibodies, anti-virals, immunomodulators, nucleic acids analogues, antisense, ribozymes and DNAzymes , bacteriophage therapy and micro-encapsulation. While vaccines are commercially available for the prevention of anthrax, cholera, plague, Q fever and smallpox, there are no licensed vaccines available for use in the case of botulinum toxins, viral encephalitis, melioidosis or ricin. Antibiotics are still recommended as the mainstay treatment following exposure to anthrax, plague, Q fever and melioidosis. Anti-toxin therapy and anti-virals may be used in the case of botulinum toxins or smallpox respectively. However, supportive care is the only, or mainstay, post-exposure treatment for cholera, viral encephalitis and ricin — a recommendation that has not changed in decades. Indeed, with the difficulty that antibiotic resistance poses, the development and further evaluation of techniques and atypical pharmaceuticals are fundamental to the development of prophylaxis and post-exposure treatment options.
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While Russia claims to have found the first Covid vaccine, the world has to deal with many contentious issues such as access, pricing, and commercial viability in its fight against the contagion. Access the exclusive Economic Times stories, Editorial and Expert opinion. Choose your reason below and click on the Report button. This will alert our moderators to take action. Corp Gov. More Infra Environment Energy. Pharma Why the race to find an antidote against this wily virus goes beyond labs, research, and trials. Getty Images. Russia on Saturday said it has produced the first batch of its coronavirus vaccine. While it was the first country to register a Covid vaccine, President Vladimir Putin's announcement was met with caution from scientists and the World Health Organization.
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The deadliest virus attacks the world! Humanity is on the verge of extinction. And only you have a chance to save him from death. It can be cholera, plague, malaria, etc. Watch the antivirus development against a deadly infection. Remember that in poor countries viruses spread very quickly and it is more difficult to fight with them because of the low level of medicine and hygiene. The future of the planet is in your hands! Version 1. And also when I try to close the ads, it makes me want to buy them again. Including me.
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We use cookies to improve your experience on our website. By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our updated Cookie Notice. As coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, here are some of the latest headlines, resources and tools to help you arm yourself with the best information.

During the WHO Briefing on Monday 9 March , the WHO consolidated its guidance for different countries to help address different needs, depending on whether the virus can be isolated or must be managed. Countries fall into four different categories: those with no cases, those with sporadic cases those with clusters; and those with community transmission. The overall goal for each is the same: stop the transmission and spread of the virus. One chart, shared widely on Twitter Saturday by Carl T.

Bergstrom, a University of Washington researcher and expert on fighting coronavirus misinformation , helps demonstrate the importance of fast action in minimizing coronavirus impact. The upshot? Read more here. A response to a hypothetical global health emergency by 16 leaders from governments, businesses and international organizations who met in New York last fall showed the world was unprepared for an outbreak like coronavirus.

Drawing on those lessons, the World Economic Forum's Borge Brende and Ryan Morhard make the case for acting on facts, not fear; involving the business community; and coming together for a systemic, coordinated response. In first-hand accounts , doctors in Italy are taking to social media to explain the situation at their hospitals and offer advice. I saw the tiredness on faces that didn't know what it was despite the already exhausting workloads they had. Follow the spread of the coronavirus around the world with this map from the Forum's Strategic Intelligence team.

A feature from StatNews shows how the Ebola Vaccine was made by scientists across three continents against all odds. It could have potential lessons as scientists race to develop a vaccine for coronavirus. Bonus: Stay up-to-date with helpful tips and coronavirus facts from the World Health Organization. The views expressed in this article are those of the author alone and not the World Economic Forum.

To find rapid solutions to fight the pandemic, many innovators leveraged existing technologies for new purposes. It's about the size of a credit card. I accept. A street in St. Mark's Square is nearly emptied after the Italian government imposed a virtual lockdown on the north of Italy including Venice to try to contain a coronavirus outbreak.

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Top stories include updates from the World Health Organisation, lessons from an outbreak simulation and first-hand accounts from doctors in Italy. There are now more than , reported cases of coronavirus across countries. The flattened curve shows how a reduced rate of coronavirus infection could reduce the impact on hospitals and the wider healthcare system.

Public health tips, like this one, can help fight misinformation regarding how the virus spreads. License and Republishing. These 5 COVID-fighting technologies show the power of ingenuity To find rapid solutions to fight the pandemic, many innovators leveraged existing technologies for new purposes.

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