The US has bought the world stock of Covid-19



The US has bought almost all of its shares in the next three months in one of two drug stocks that work against Covid-19, which the UK, Europe, or the rest of the world has not.


Access to experts and propagandists of the drug market represents far-reaching and widespread implications of unilateral action in the US, for example in the event of vaccination. The Trump administration has already shown that the rest of the country is ready to go to secure America's medical supplies.

Liverpool University senior research researcher Dr. Andrew Hill said, "There is a lot of drug supplies available for [Remedisvir], so there's nothing for Europe."

The first drug approved by licensing authorities in the US to treat Kovid-19 was made by Remedesvir Gilead. It has been shown to help people recover faster from the disease. The first 140,000 doses supplied were used worldwide for drug testing. The Trump administration has now purchased over 500,000 doses, Gilead production for July and 90% in August and September.

US Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar said, "President Trump has made an excellent deal to ensure Americans have access to the first authorized treatment for Kovid-19." He said, "We want to make sure any American patient needs a cure. The Trump administration is doing everything in our power to learn more about life-saving treatments for Covid-19 and make these options safer for the American people."

The Gilead patent, which was invented for Ebola, but failed to work, is not manufactured by any other company in affluent countries. According to a US government statement, six doses of the treatment cost approximately 200 to 3,200.

The deal was announced after it became clear that the epidemic was out of control in the US. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading public health expert and director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said the Senate is pulling back America.

“We’re going in the wrong direction,” Fauci said. Last week, the U.S. saw a record 40,000 new coronavirus cases per day. He said, "If we cross 100,000 in a day, we should not be surprised if it does not turn around." He could not give the death toll but said: "It is very distressing. I assure you of this."

More than 2.5 million cases have been reported in the Covid-19 case. Some states have lifted sanctions so that they can be re-imposed. On Monday, the Arizona governor ordered the bar, cinema, gym, and water park to be closed for a month after reopening. Texas, Florida, and California, in all cases, saw an increase and re-enforced the ban.

Purchasing remade are worldwide is not just a response to the rising prevalence and death toll. In the global pandemic, America adopted "America's first" attitude.

In May, French manufacturer Sanofi said it would be the first facility in the US to operate its COVID vaccine. Its CEO, Paul Hudson, said: "The US government has a great pre-order right because it is invested in risk-taking," and we hope that "if we help you do your dose" there is danger. To receive the first dose. “Later it came back under pressure from the French government.

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has warned that if the US continues to stop its allies, it will have no negative consequences. "We know that it is in our interest to work collaboratively and collaboratively to keep our citizens safe." The Trump administration has also enacted a defense law to prevent certain U.S.-made medical goods from being shipped overseas.

However, the US market is unlikely to stop in remadeware.

"This is the first big acceptance and where is the policy for access and balance?" Said Dr. Hill. "Once again we're at the bottom of the line."

Hill said he has been keen on the drug for the past five months, and that there is no system for determining supplies outside the US. "Give it a vaccine," he said. "It's going to be a gun, but maybe it's a taste of what's to come."

Remediesvir helps people get out of the hospital quickly, reduces the burden on the NHS and improves survival, Hill said, although it has not been shown in trials yet, as it is a more successful treatment, steroids are with dexamethasone. There was no attempt to buy world stocks of dexamethasone because there was no need - 60 shs was 60 years old, very inexpensive and available everywhere.

Hill said there was a way for the UK to secure a supply of these and other drugs during an epidemic known as restrictive licenses, which changed the company's intellectual property rights. This allows the UK government to purchase Gilead's patents from unidentified Bangladesh or general companies in India.

The UK has always defended the patents in support of pharma companies' claim that their 20-year monopoly was required to withdraw the funds invested in research and development. But other countries have shown interest in compulsory licensing. "There is a question of which countries are ready if this problem arises," Hill said.


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