Russia developing coronavirus antidote with a reported 99% efficacy rate

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News Story Source: Natural News – Ramon Tomey
(Natural News) Russia has announced that it has developed an "antidote" against Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) infections. The country's medical regulator touted the new drug's efficacy rate of "more than 99 percent" based on previous studies.

If clinical trials are successful, Russia's new drug will be the first etiotropic COVID-19 medication – a treatment that directly targets the cause of a disease.

The Russian Federal Medical-Biological Agency (FMBA) said Dec. 30 that its potential anti-COVID drug would become the world's first direct-acting antiviral antidote. FMBA Head Veronika Skvortsova remarked: "This is the first etiotropic drug that directly affects the virus. In fact, this is an antidote for coronavirus infection."

Skvortsova informed Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin that pre-clinical studies on the drug have been completed. The same studies have shown the antidote to be "completely safe" and
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