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It will also dispatch bundles of antiviral drugs to hospitals and clinics. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Powerful and effective antibiotics and antiviral drugs now help us to fight off diseases that would otherwise be lethal. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is already issuing advice through a large public health campaign and is increasing stocks of antiviral and antibiotic medicines. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She has been given a new antiviral drug and blood from a survivor to try to help her fight off the disease. The Sun (2015)Unlike the enormous number of antibiotics, effective antiviral drugs are extremely rare. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She has been given antiviral drug Tamiflu. The Sun (2009)Britain has enough antiviral drugs to treat 80 per cent of the population. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Ministers have spent nearly 500million stockpiling the antiviral drug in case of a deadly epidemic but there are doubts it is effective. The Sun (2015)It is also a good sign that the virus appears to be vulnerable to antiviral drugs that are already stockpiled in Britain. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The Government said that it was increasing its stockpiles of antiviral drugs, face masks and antibiotics. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Hospital treatments, with antiviral drugs, may be needed in more serious cases. The Sun (2012)Fearing the spread of the nasty avian virus known as H5N1, it has stockpiled antiviral drugs. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The Government's stockpile of antiviral medicine would be depleted very fast. The Sun (2009)Countries were also less well prepared overall on public health interventions, such as providing vaccines, antiviral drugs and masks. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It will not be possible to contain a flu pandemic, for example, without expert advice on which vaccines and antiviral drugs are a good investment. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The advice is at odds with UK policy, which has seen hundreds of thousands of people supplied with the antiviral drug. The Sun (2009)They will then be given a unique ID code that will allow a healthy pal to collect a dose of antiviral drug Tamiflu. The Sun (2009)
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