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France Studying Nicotine In Cigarettes To Prevent Coronavirus

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World countries announced lockdown due to coronavirus but this is not the only way to prevent the pandemic. The World Health Organization has already revealed that it can only control its spread. On the other hand, scientists are working day and night to find an antidote for the virus. Meanwhile, French researchers say Corona can be tackled by a cigarette. They began experimenting with nicotine in cigarettes. The French government has banned the sale of nicotine substitutes. It is stated that the rule will remain in effect until the 11th of next month. It also says that the rule applies to online sales as well.

According to a study by researchers at the Pitie Salpetriere hospital in Paris. It has been shown that nicotine can prevent the virus from getting into the cells. Smokers are less likely to be infected with the virus than other people according to the coronavirus research study in France. However, it is not said that tobacco protects kill coronavirus and more details of tobacco effects on coronavirus are being studied.

French scientists are conducting research into whether or not nicotine patches in cigarettes can help prevent corona infection. A full report on this will be released soon. Researchers have warned that if tobacco users are infected with coronavirus, they are more likely to have serious problems.