What about medications?
Although GIS recommendations - as we have learned unofficially - have been widely consulted with specialists in the field of infectious diseases, immunology and doctors dealing with infection control, we will not find information on what medications to take.
Please remember that the Chief Sanitary Inspector will not prescribe treatment for patients. We treat ourselves symptomatically at home. If we are in pain, we buy a painkiller, said Dr. Paweł Grzesiowski, a virologist, to Interia.
Just a week ago, the WHO (World Health Organization - ed.) Recommended that people infected with COVID-19 avoid treatment with ibuprofen. The European Medicines Agency did not agree with this position. According to the latter, there is no scientific evidence confirming the relationship between the use of ibuprofen and worsening of the course of virus infection. Eventually, the WHO withdrew its recommendation.