Scientists in China believe new drug can stop Covid-19 'without vaccine'


A drug being tested by scientists at China's Peking University offers short-term immunity from the virus. - AFP

BEIJING (AFP): A Chinese laboratory has been developing a drug it believes has the power to bring the coronavirus pandemic to a halt.

A drug being tested by scientists at China's prestigious Peking University could not only shorten the recovery time for those infected, but even offer short-term immunity from the virus, researchers say.

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