- A yoga guru identified as Baba Ramdev has unveiled two COVID-19 medicines
- Ramdev said when the drugs were subjected to two trials, 100% of patients recovered
- Coronil and Swasari medicines were launched on Tuesday, June 23
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Baba Ramdev, a yoga guru, has unveiled two medicines he claimed work for the deadly coronavirus.
While unveiling Coronil and Swasari on Tuesday, June 23, he said the drugs are not immunity boosters but COVID-19 cure, Hindustan Times reports.
YEN.com.gh gathers that Ramdev said the medicines were prepared by the combined efforts of Patanjali Research Centre and NIMS.
He said: “We are launching COVID medicines Coronil and Swasari today. We conducted two trials of these, first clinical controlled study, which took place in Delhi, Ahmedabad, among many other cities. Under this 280 patients were included and 100 percent of those recovered.
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"We were able to control coronavirus and its complications in this. After this, the all-important clinical control trial was conducted."
He added that the drugs showed “100 percent recovery rate within 3-7 days”.
YEN previously reported that Nigerian universities’ scientists under the aegis of COVID-19 Research Group discovered COVID-19 vaccine.
The scientists made the disclosure on Friday, June 19, saying the vaccine was being developed locally in Africa for Africans but would also work for other continents when unveiled.
The leader of the team, Dr. Oladipo Kolawole, said it would take a minimum of 18 months for the vaccine to be unveiled to the public.
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In other news, The widower of a Ghanaian nurse who died of coronavirus, Kwame Boateng, has reacted to her death.
Kwame Boateng's wife, Mary Ageiwaa Agyapong, died of coronavirus in the United Kingdom. Mary Agyapong, 28, was heavily pregnant with their second child when she was diagnosed with coronavirus and died weeks later.
Mary tested positive for COVID-19 on April 5, 2020, and was admitted to the Luton & Dunstable Hospital, where she worked, on April 7.
She died following a successful emergency Caesarean Section to deliver and save her baby girl on Sunday, April 12, 2020.
Speaking about the death of his wife for the first time, Kwame Boateng, Mary's widower, said ''there’s no amount of words that can really explain how [he’s] feeling within''.
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