COVID-19, as it’s been named, has resulted in 171,046 confirmed cases and 6,526 deaths worldwide.

With COVID-19 being a new virus, there’s currently no cure, but scientists are currently working towards creating a vaccine.

For the time being, thousands are being advised to self-isolate and to treat symptoms at home.

But when it comes to treating coronavirus, French health minister Olivier Veran, a qualified doctor and neurologist, has issued a warning against taking ibuprofen.

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