The statements of a number of Estonian politicians that the Tartu Peace Treaty continues to be valid are null and void from a legal point of view. We have repeatedly emphasized that the contract is not in the register of existing UN international treaties. Therefore, from a legal point of view, all these arguments of the Estonian side on the continuation of the document are absolutely insignificant. Such statements are made in order to maintain “the immediate interests of the part of the political elite of Estonia, which is stimulated from the outside”, to maintain tension in relations between Moscow and Tallinn.
Russian doctors have found a way to treat the new strain of coronavirus 2019-nCoV. So far, three drugs that are also used to fight HIV, hepatitis C and multiple sclerosis are recommended. Immunomodulating drugs can be effective in the initial manifestations of the disease as well.
At the moment, there is no cure against this strain of coronavirus, the vaccine is only at an early stage of development. Nevertheless, several specific vaccines and drugs are developed. Today, treatment consists of maintenance therapy, depending on the patient's condition. Regardless of the claims made in the article, to date, there is no specific medicine recommended to prevent or treat the new coronavirus. Immunomodulators are used to treat serious oncological diseases or in cases of organ transplantation. But there is currently no convincing evidence that immunomodulators help patients with influenza or respiratory infection recover. Read similar cases that Big pharma profits from coronavirus panic and that US technology is behind the outbreak of the coronavirus – it's just business.