Researchers from Johns Hopkins University finally have permission from the American Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to carry out blood plasma tests from people recovering from Covid-19. This blood plasma will help protect heroes in the forefront in the fight against corona virus, the virus that causes Covid-19 disease.

“It is hoped that blood plasma transfusions can encourage the immune system of medical staff and the vanguard of handling Covid-19 (such as taking patients to the hospital) or those most at high risk of exposure to the virus,” the researchers told NYPost.

Survivors or designations for those recovering from Covid-19 are believed to carry antibodies that can fight this disease.

“The ability brought about during prophylactic trials will tell us whether the plasma is effective in protecting medical workers from Covid-19,” said Arturo Casadevall, an infectious infectious disease expert from Johns Hopkins.

Scientists hope the same treatment can be used as preventive therapy for patients with Covid-19 who are sick.

According to John Hopkins, Casadevall has gathered medical teams and scientists from across the country and a network of hospitals and blood banks that can collect, isolate and process blood plasma from covid-19 survivors.

“Dr. Casadevall and his colleagues from John Hopkins and partners around the world are working with creativity and perseverance in dealing with this disease,” president John Hopkins, Ronald J.Daniels told NYPost.

Arturo and his partners work by reflecting John Hopkins’ commitment to collaborating and finding things that can help humanity.

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According to John Hopkins, Casadevall has gathered medical teams and scientists from across the country and a network of hospitals and blood banks that can collect, isolate and process blood plasma from covid-19 survivors.

“Dr. Casadevall and his colleagues from John Hopkins and partners around the world are working with creativity and perseverance in dealing with this disease,” president John Hopkins, Ronald J.Daniels told NYPost.

Arturo and his partners work by reflecting John Hopkins’ commitment to collaborating and finding things that can help humanity.

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