BREAKING: First antiviral drug gets green light to fight COVID-19
Fapilavir, the first domestically developed drug with potential effect for treating coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), has been approved for marketing, Global Times reported.According to multiple reports, Fapilavir is one of the three medicines that show good effect during clinical trials. On Monday, the death toll from COVID-19 had risen to 1,523, while the number of confirmed cases reached 66,492. Related Posts Read more: Manila Bulletin News
freedomactradio Tinesting sa Puppy? Puppylover? Parang juvenile infatuation lang 'Fapilavir' yung pinangalan pero kumakain ng aso yung mga Chinese. 🤷♂️ Di ko gets. Char! UPDATE: The drug was domestically developed in China by Zheijiang Hisun Pharma Company. It needs a name change. It sounds like Fukitol.
Goodluck maging test subjects haha imtkate Fapilavir, from the common Filipino expression, “Futa! Pila!” as heard in many overcrowded underfunded public hospitals. What a name. Hehe. Good at least now people won't be panicking anymore. BS drug What a name what a name
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