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‘Mutations keep happening, we need to be vigilant’

New Delhi| Member of Covid-19 Task Force of Maharashtra, Dr. Shashank Joshi said on Sunday that mutations keep happening and we need to be medically alert. During a conversation with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his monthly radio program ‘Mann Ki Baat’, Dr. Joshi said, “There is no need to be afraid of it. These changes keep happening, the way we change our clothes, the virus keeps changing its color. There is nothing to fear and we will overcome this wave as well. “

He told that Covid has a timetable of 14 to 21 days, in which the advice of the doctor should be taken advantage of.

Speaking about the use of Remedisvir, he said, “There is a new experimental drug called Remedisvir. But one thing about this drug is that it has to stay in the hospital for 2-3 days and it helps to recover clinically. Does. It only works if it is taken within 9–10 after being covid and it should only be taken for five days. ”

He warned that the way people are running after remadecevir, they should do so Should stop doing

“This drug has a limited role. It should only be taken when people are on oxygen in the hospital, as per doctors’ advice. It is important for all people to understand this.”

They reported that 98 percent of people were cured with an injection called heparin to dilute the blood.

Dr. Joshi was awarded the Padma Shri in 2014. He said that the treatment should be according to the advice of the doctor.

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