The latest shouts to fight Corona… Chewing gum “traps” 95% of...


American researchers claim that they have found a new method that can help people protect themselves from the Corona virus and its mutations.

The research team indicated that experimental gum can act as a “network” to trap coronavirus particles, according to a report published by the British newspaper, The Mirror, and reported by several media outlets around the world.

The study, conducted by a team from the University of Pennsylvania, found that this chewing gum, which tastes similar to traditional gum, can reduce the amount of virus in saliva and help stop transmission when infected people talk, breathe or cough.

The new gum contains copies of the ACE2 protein found on cell surfaces, which the virus uses as a way to invade and infect cells.

In experiments, virus particles attached themselves to ACE2 in the gum, reducing the viral load in the samples by more than 95 percent.

The researchers reported that they can be stored for years at normal temperatures, and that chewing them does not damage the molecules of the ACE2 protein.

The researchers suggested that using chewing gum to reduce viral loads in saliva would increase the usefulness of vaccines and would be particularly beneficial in countries where vaccines are not available.

It is noteworthy that chewing gum is not yet available for general use, but it is a promising step in limiting the spread of the disease among infected people.

The best thing people can do right now to protect themselves and others is to make sure they keep up with their vaccinations.

The Corona virus has caused the death of at least 5,156,563 people in the world since the World Health Organization office in China reported the emergence of the disease at the end of December 2019.

At least 258,299,880 people have been confirmed infected with the virus since its appearance. The vast majority of those infected recovered, although some continued to experience symptoms weeks or even months later.

The figures are based on daily reports issued by each country’s health authorities and exclude subsequent reviews by statistical agencies that indicate much higher death numbers.

The World Health Organization, taking into account the excess mortality rate directly or indirectly related to Covid-19, considers that the outcome of the epidemic may be two or three times greater than the officially announced outcome.

A large proportion of less serious cases or asymptomatic cases remain undetected despite the intensification of examinations in a large number of countries.

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