Sunday, November 1, 2020

Gelusil antacid formula for ending Covid 19 !?!?!??

Covid statistics have always been threatening .. .. it is never good to read that so many people are affected .. India's total cases have now reached 76,51,108. With 717 new deaths, the death toll stands at 1,15,914. Total active cases are 7,40,090 after a decrease of 8448 in last 24 hours.  

Of the 76.51 lakhs, Maharashtra leads with 16,09,516; Andhra Pradesh 7,89,553; Karnataka 7,76,901; Tamil Nadu 6,94,030, Uttar Pradesh 4,59,154, Kerala 3,53,472, Delhi 3,36,750 and West Bengal 3,29,057 [States with 3 lakhs and above]  The numbers affected seen with the total population presents a far different story than what Indian media projected in earlier stages – Maharashtra struggling, Uttar Pradesh blamed, West Bengal takes care, while Kerala got all appreciation for its handling.  Please see the story for yourself : 

India

7651107

% of total

population

% of popln affected

Maharashtra

1609516

21.04

112374333

1.43

Andhra Pradesh

789553

10.32

49577103

1.59

Karnataka

776901

10.15

61095297

1.27

Tamil Nadu

694030

9.07

72147030

0.96

Uttar Pradesh

459154

6.00

199812341

0.23

Kerala

353472

4.62

33406061

1.06

Delhi

336750

4.40

16787941

2.01

West Bengal

329057

4.30

91276115

0.36

 

Chief Minister of Kerala  Pinarayi Vijayan has said Union health minister Harsh Vardhan’s recent comments on rising coronavirus cases in Kerala should not be taken as a criticism of the state government’s COVID-19 management. With Kerala witnessing a spurt in infections recently, Vardhan said the state was "paying the price for gross negligence” during Onam festivities when unlocking of services along with an increase in travel for trade and tourism led to the spread of COVID-19. However, Vijayan blamed an "irresponsible opposition" for the rising cases.

The cure would only be the vaccine.  Vaccine development requires years, sometimes decades, of research. However, since COVID-19 struck, scientists have fast-tracked the process of making a vaccine. Several countries, including the US, UK, and India are expecting a vaccine by the year-end. There are 176 potential COVID-19 vaccines in the works right now across the world. Of these, 44 are under clinical evaluation, according to the World Health Organisation’s vaccine update.

 


                      Sure you have it at home !  ~ we always have it in stock  - ‘Gelusil’.  Gelusil MPS is a widely used antacid in India* providing quick relief from acidity, heartburn & gas.  Gelusil has a  formulation of Magnesium Hydroxide & Aluminium Hydroxide with dimethicone.  Gelusil comes in 2 flavors: Gelusil Original flavor in pink color liquid & tablets and Gelusil Xtra Cool flavor in white color liquid. Gelusil also comes in 200 ml Liquid Pet bottle and 400 ml Liquid pet bottle. The liquid bottles also come with a 10 ml measuring cap for precise dosage. It also comes in tablets.  It is a product of Pfizer !  

In 1849, Pfizer was founded in New York City by German-American Charles Pfizer and his cousin Charles F. Erhart from Ludwigsburg, Germany. They launched the chemicals business, Charles Pfizer and Company, and Bartlett Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, where they produced an antiparasitic called santonin. This was an immediate success, although it was the production of citric acid that led to Pfizer's growth in the 1880s.  World War I caused a shortage of calcium citrate, which Pfizer imported from Italy for the manufacture of citric acid, and the company began a search for an alternative supply. Pfizer chemists learned of a fungus that ferments sugar to citric acid, and they were able to commercialize production of citric acid from this source in 1919.  They are in news now !

Whizzing off the production line in thousands of tiny bottles – new footage shows the vaccine that could end the Covid misery engulfing the planet. Drug giant Pfizer has already manufactured 'several hundred thousand doses' of the jab at its plant in Puurs, Belgium,  reports UK media.  They are being stockpiled ready to be rolled out worldwide if clinical trials are a success, and regulators deem it safe and effective. The US giant hopes to make 100 million doses available this year, of which 40 million are destined for the UK – a figure that will be dwarfed by the 1.3 billion jabs the company aims to manufacture in 2021.  It is however stated that every patient who receives the vaccine will need two doses !!

In an interview with The Mail on Sunday today, Pfizer UK boss Ben Osborn said: 'It was great to see the first vial coming off the manufacturing line.  'It just brought a tremendous smile to my face to see all of this work actually result in a product.'  Pfizer, which is working with Germany's BioNTech, is currently running a trial on 44,000 people, and last week said it plans to apply for emergency US approval of its vaccine in November. That puts Pfizer in pole position in the race to launch a Covid vaccine.  According to the paper, 'We aren't light years away from it. It isn't a totally unrealistic suggestion that we could deploy a vaccine soon by the start of 2021.  'That would have a significant impact on hospital admissions and deaths.'

Pfizer Inc. is an American multinational pharmaceutical corporation headquartered in New York City.  The company develops and produces medicines and vaccines for a wide range of medical disciplines, including immunology, oncology, cardiology, endocrinology, and neurology.  

The World looks forward to vaccine and the news of Corona virus getting eradicated which augurs well for the mankind 

With regards – S. Sampathkumar
21.10.2020. 

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