Irish Daily Mirror|March 21, 2020
Leo Varadkar’s Government is considering bringing in Cuban drugs that could help limit the spread of the coronavirus in the human body.
Interferon Alfa-2b has had some success in battling the complications arising from Covid-19.
It has been given to both China and Italy by Cuba to help in their war against the pandemic, with some reports of its success.
The country is recognised as having one of the best health services in the world and doctors there have developed drugs that are showing some initial success in tackling coronavirus.
Ireland’s Disabilities Minister brought the suggestion to source the drugs from Cuba to a Cabinet meeting after he was told about their initial promise by sources in the health service there.
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March 21, 2020