Frustration Mounts with Shortage of Effective COVID-19 Treatments

Medical science so far has produced three monoclonal antibodies treatments for COVID-19, but only one is effective against Omicron variant. Consequently, the medicine is in short supply worldwide, which is adding frustration to already-overwhelmed doctors.

No COVID-19 Cure Yet, But Treatments Are Improving

As the world awaits a COVID-19 vaccine, lessons learned in emergency rooms and intensive care units have spurred adjustments in treatments, such as oxygen therapy and some therapeutic drugs and steroids. None of these are actual cures for coronavirus infections, but they are credited for helping people survive the disease.