This comes after the director of DAAR interchanges, Raymond Dokpesi who was released from an Isolation place in Abuja on Thursday May 14, asked what the distinctions were on the grounds that as per him, all the medications given to him at the Isolation community were hostile to the same as drugs for treatment of malaria.
Dokpesi while addressing newsmen after his release, said “I despite everything have questions in my psyche. I despite everything need to be appropriately taught. What is the contrast between COVID-19 which is an infection and Malaria which is brought about by mosquitos on the grounds that each medicine we were given was malartia prescription. A few people, before they were told they were COVID-19 constructive, they were tried in respectable research facilities and emergency clinics in Abuja and what they discovered was that they had a great deal of intestinal sickness parasites in their circulation system. So when did jungle fever become equal to COVID-19?”
A correspondent at the day by day instructions of the Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19, tossed this inquiry to the NCDC chief and here is the thing that he needed to state
“I think we as a whole know COVID-19 is a respiratory ailment brought about by an infection, Malaria is brought about by a parasite. They are totally various ailments.
Be that as it may, numerous ailments present the very same route first and foremost, Yellow fever presents a similar path with fever toward the start, Lassa a similar way, intestinal sickness a similar way. Along these lines, the underlying introduction of a febrille sickness is comparative across infections. There is no particular treatment for COVID-19 so what clinicians do is to deal with your symtoms so your body recuperates as fast as could be expected under the circumstances.
You can have Malaria and COVID-19. That you have COVID-19 doesn’t keep you from having Malaria and on the off chance that you are in a medical clinic for one month, you could be co-tainted by them too.