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Instagram Post of the Vice President for Science and Technology Affairs;

Where do we stand in the corona crisis today?

Where do we stand in the corona crisis today?

 

Sorena Sattari, the vice president for science and technology affairs and the president of the national elites foundation, the ecological performance of the knowledge-based economy in the fight against the coronavirus and overcoming the problems caused by this crisis has raised important points in an Instagram post, the full text of which you can read below.

“Hundreds of research projects have been defined and are underway to discover the nature of the virus and its behavior. More than 2,000 clinical trials have been conducted in the form of 76 projects to discover treatment protocols, effective drugs, cell therapy methods, the use of blood plasma of improved patients, and herbal medicines that affect the disease. Many have had significant results, and these hundreds of thousands of hours of research work have expanded the knowledge to fight disease, eliminate ineffective drugs, and develop three effective treatment protocols that have had a significant impact on reducing patient mortality.

Studies have been conducted with the participation of several scientists and researchers working in research institutes, universities and knowledge-based companies. Numerous projects are underway to discover the vaccine with the participation of companies and research institutes, and the genetic nature of the virus is being extracted.

Fortunately, two types of kits with two different methods, one based on saliva and one based on blood tests, have been mass-produced in the country to diagnose the disease. Both methods have their own advantages, and good news will soon be announced for mass production of the rapid detection kit, which will be able to be tested on a scale of several million per week.

Artificial intelligence systems have been widely marketed to diagnose the disease, and several applications have been developed to predict and track the spread of the disease.

While developed countries are struggling to provide their medical and hospital equipment, knowledge-based companies in Iran have produced all of these products domestically, and so far there has been no shortage of such equipment, including ventilators, CT scans, and room equipment.

So far, several mask production lines have been launched, and about 40 new domestic production lines will be added in the next 15 days. All medicines used are produced domestically. Even new items that were not on the drug list will be tested by companies in a few days and will soon be mass-produced.

Unique things have happened in the field of virtual education and health, but there is still a long way to go for all of us. All of these successes have been achieved with the help of our youth in the country.”

 






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