The number of people who have developed respiratory infections in the U.S. has soared since the coronavirus outbreak began.
But nasal sprays that prevent infections through coughing and sneezing are gaining popularity as a possible alternative to antiviral drugs.
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The number is likely to increase, with people increasingly reluctant to seek out healthcare because of fear of infection and the threat of death.
The outbreak has spread rapidly.
More than 5 million Americans have died from COVID, which is also known as coronaviruses.
The number and frequency of infections have spiked in recent years, and some doctors worry that people are getting sicker.
Kohler Medicine Co. in Los Angeles and Sonoma County said Thursday that it will offer nasal spray, which it calls COVID Spray for Healthcare, for patients who want to treat COVID.
People can buy a COVID spray for $49.99.
The spray contains a chemical that prevents COVID from infecting the nasal mucosa.
Kohlers said the nasal spray helps reduce the spread of the virus, which makes it easier to treat.
The product is not approved for use in the United States.
It is available only in select markets, including the U, U. K., U. L., U S., U and S of Australia, but not in China.
“Our understanding of the role of COVID has been changing, and we have made some significant progress in terms of the technology, the design and the formulation,” said Dr. Richard Kohler, a pharmacist at the pharmacy in downtown Los Angeles.
“There is a lot more to be done to get to the point where COVID is effectively eliminated from the population.”
Kohlson said that people should be cautious about the products they use.
He said that it is better to use the nasal spray if the cough or sneeze is mild, or if the infection is mild and is caused by a viral infection, like coronaviral disease.
The spray is effective in preventing infections for up to six months.
Kohlers recommends people wait at least two weeks before starting treatment.
It is also available at health insurance plans.
Kahlers said people who are sick should be encouraged to seek medical attention for the infection, even if they are not experiencing symptoms.KOHLERS COVID SPRAY PRODUCTS 1.
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