Israel claims a breakthrough in Covid treatment
Mail Today|May 06, 2020
ISRAELI Defence Minister Naftali Bennett has said that scientists at the country's main biological research institute have made a significant breakthrough in developing an antibody to the novel coronavirus, as the researchers wrapped up the development phase and moved to patent and mass-produce the potential treatment.

Bennett visited the labs of the Israel's Institute for Biological Research (IIBR), supervised by the Prime Minister’s Office and mandated to develop a vaccine for coronavirus, in Ness Ziona on Monday and was shown the antibody that attacks the virus in a monoclonal way and can neutralize it within the bodies of those ill, a statement from his office said.

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