COVID-19 is not incurable
Restrictions have now been lifted in Sweden, Denmark and Norway. At the same time authorities seem to accept that COVID-19 is not the incurable deadly disease that it was originally made out to be.
Medicines for COVID-19 have always been available and used by responsible physicians. Now, some of these medicines will be approved by EU and more will follow.
“The Commission will draw up a portfolio of at least 10 potential COVID-19 therapeutics by October, building on the work of the newly established expert group on COVID-19 variants. The selection process will be objective and science based, with selection criteria agreed with the Member States. Since different types of products are needed for different patient populations and different stages and severity of the disease, the expert group will identify product categories and select the most promising therapeutics candidates for each category based on science based criteria.
The portfolio will contribute to the objective of having at least three new therapeutics authorised by October and possibly two more by the end of the year. The European Medicines Agency will start more rolling reviews of promising therapeutics by end-2021, subject to research and development outcomes.
The Commission recently concluded a joint procurement of monoclonal antibodies (casirivimab and imdevimab) and could launch more by the end of the year.”
June 29, 2021
Note that the EU still says that " different types of products are needed for different patient populations and different stages and severity of the disease ". EU has not yet acknowledged that COVID-19 is not one disease but a collective name for a whole host of different diseases which, of course, must be treated with different drugs.
COVID-19 is not one illness. https://justidag.info/en/covid-updates/covid-19-is-not-an-illness/
Vigilant physicians have been successful in the treatment of COVID-10 for a long time: