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Kingdom testing 4 types of treatments in 7 hospitals with WHO

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Kingdom testing 4 types of treatments in 7 hospitals with WHO
Kingdom testing 4 types of treatments in 7 hospitals with WHO

Kingdom testing 4 types of treatments in 7 hospitals with the World Health Organization. The official tweet of the Saudi Ministry of Health on 2nd May 2020 published the details of these hospitals. The 4 treatments currently showed promising results globally and it can be a breakthrough everyone is looking for. More details below.

Kingdom testing 4 types of treatments in 7 hospitals with WHO

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has really shown the world that they are safeguarding their citizens and residents. With fantastic testing and measures, they have kept the virus under control. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has also supported countries globally and the World Health Organization. But the country is not stopping here and continuing the fight against Coronavirus. Here are the new updates.

The four latest treatment methods mentioned by the Ministry of Health are:

  • Interferon
  • Remedisivir
  • Ritoniavir Lapinavir
  • Hydroxy Chloroquine

These treatments have shown initial promising results in the 7 hospitals which are as below:

  • King Faisal Specialist Hospital in Riyadh
  • Medical City – King Saudi University
  • Prince Muhammad bin Abdulaziz Hospital in Riyadh
  • Uhud Hospital in Madinah
  • Al Noor Hospital in Makkah
  • Dammam Central Hospital
  • Qatif Central Hospital
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