An egg product, administered nasally, could offer four hours protection against SARS COV-2 if Australian trials prove successful
I was always told to be suspicious of people who put things up their nose - best avoided even if they might seem like a lot of fun. Now, however, exactly the opposite might be true thanks to Australian trials of a novel nasal spray that, it is hoped, will offer temporary protection against the COVID-19 coronavirus.
The last year has seen some strange candidates for COVID-19 prevention. Most of the odder ones have fallen by the wayside. The latest candidate, however, derived from something that we are more used to putting in mouths rather than up our noses, has entered clinical trials, and could offer relief until a vaccine is fully available.
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