The WHO stopped the arm testing hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for COVID-19 patients, after studies indicated it showed no benefit in those who have the disease.
Local researchers in Republic of the Congo note improvement among HIV patients with COVID-19, conduct small trial that confirms outcome
Over 37 million people are currently living with HIV, and 32 million have lost their lives to AIDS, according to the World Health Organization.
"Research continues on other approaches to a safe and effective HIV vaccine, which I still believe can be achieved," Fauci said in a statement.
Chinese health officials have already been administering the HIV and flu drugs to fight the coronavirus. The use of the three together in a cocktail seemed to improve the treatment.
On Saturday, large groups of the affected townspeople, along with their loved ones and supporters, stormed the Friday Prayer Imam's office and set it ablaze.
The HIV patient gave birth as well, after the mistake was discovered the woman was taken off the IV drip.
Country-of-origin data in the ministry’s study showed 38% of the subjects with the condition came from the former Soviet Union and that 28% were Israeli-born.
“We have chosen to work with the community to fight the stigma of being HIV positive in a number of ways.”
"The enormous achievements in the response to HIV in recent decades is one of the best examples of multilateralism in action," said the president of the UN General Assembly.