Candidate police arrest man for selling virusvacciner

A man has been detained by police in Guatemala to offer vaccines against the potentially deadly coronaviruses. It informs the candidate police on Friday. th

Candidate police arrest man for selling virusvacciner

A man has been detained by police in Guatemala to offer vaccines against the potentially deadly coronaviruses. It informs the candidate police on Friday. th

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
21 mart 2020 Saturday 02:00
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Candidate police arrest man for selling virusvacciner

A man has been detained by police in Guatemala to offer vaccines against the potentially deadly coronaviruses.

It informs the candidate police on Friday.

the Man released to be a doctor, who offered to sell coronavirusvacciner.

He was detained in Chisec in central Guatemala, police said on Twitter.

It was the residents of the area, who notified the man, because he had tried to cheat them.

According to the newspaper Prensa Libre had the man posted a video on social media, where he promoted a vaccination campaign in Chisec.

however, There is however no vaccine against coronavirusset, which broke out in the chinese therefore Wuhan in december and since has spread to the rest of the world.

Anthony Fauci, director of the USA's national sundhedsinstitutter (NIH), has repeatedly made the point that it can take between 12 and 18 months before a vaccine can be made available to the public.

There are no known options to treat coronaviruses.

the Majority of those who become infected with the virus, is declared healthy again. But especially the elderly and the debilitated are vulnerable to coronavirus.

worldwide, the number of infected rounded a quarter of a million. According to a statement from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA, on the night of Saturday, local time, to 272.351 people are infected with coronavirus.

11.310 is dead, while 87.965 is declared healthy again.

In Guatemala, there have so far been 12 confirmed smittetilfælde and a death related to coronaviruses.

Around the world, researchers work to develop treatments and vaccines that can protect against the virus's spread.

This applies, among other companies Moderna and Gilead Sciences in the US and Sanofi in France.

at the same time, the chinese government has recently given permission to, to carry out clinical trials of the first vaccine against coronavirus at a military academy in the country.

Updated: 21.03.2020 02:00
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