The coronavirus has demonstrated the failure of the European Union in its social policies, maybe because it was created as an economic bloc only. The European Union exists because NATO wants it but many economists expect that the crisis will lead to its end as an economic project.
A person with diabetes managed to defeat the deadly coronavirus with determination, optimism, the usage of honey, orange juice and some herbs.
The person looked for a solution to strengthen the immune system on the Internet and found many things like thyme, rosemary, honey, eucalyptus leaves, orange juice and herbal tea.
There is no medical evidence to support the claim that thyme, rosemary, honey, eucalyptus leaves, orange juice and herbal tea can prevent against catching the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.
While common colds can be a result of a coronavirus, they're usually caused by a rhinovirus. Rhinoviruses are a family of viruses that are associated with upper respiratory tract infections. Thus, the mentioned "medicines" can be helpful in warding off symptoms of illnesses usually caused by rhinoviruses. But, that doesn't necessarily mean that they are effective against COVID-19.
While vitamin C may slightly help ward off common illnesses, there is no evidence high doses of the supplement can slow or stop the current coronavirus,
According to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, the best way to protect yourself is “to avoid touching your face with unwashed hands”. The World Health Organization’s advice on limiting the risk of infection includes coughing and sneezing into a tissue and avoiding close contact with anyone who has fever and cough.
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