COVID-19: Doyin Okupe name drugs, exact dosage used to cure him
Doyin Okupe, a former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, has revealed drugs used to treat him while he battled COVID-19.
Gutysnaij recalls that Okupe, in a statement on his Facebook page, confirmed that he and his wife, tested positive on April 23.
They were discharged from Isolation ward in Ogun State after spending about two weeks.
Giving update on his recovery, Okupe took to his official Twitter page disclosing drugs used to cure him of the virus.
His tweet read: “My medications for Covid-19. Hydroxychloroquine 400mg twice daily for 2days then 400mg daily for 3days.
“Azithromycin 500mg fly, Zinc sulphate 100mg dly. VitzC 1200mg daily.”
He added that “I supported with a mixture of ginger, garlic, tumeric and lemon.
“There is no global consensus among the scientists or medical experts on any one treatment regime. No credible scientific research document is presently available or acceptable 4 treatment of COVID-19.
“Key factor is the immune status of the patient. Boost your immunity with known supplements.”
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