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Covid-19: Government asks drug makers to ramp up Remdesivir production to full capacity

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Coronavirus | Government asks drug makers to ramp up remdesivir production to full capacity

Remdesivir is considered as a key antiviral drug in the fight against COVID-19, especially in adult patients with severe complications
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