The French Minister of Health, Olivier Véran, announced earlier, through his tweet on his official account on Twitter, that taking ibuprofen would aggravate the symptoms of infection.

In turn, the World Health Organization (WHO) indicated that there is insufficient scientific evidence to support this hypothesis, and the organization indicated that the best option is to avoid the use of these drugs in case of infection.

The US Food and Drug Administration has confirmed what the World Health Organization said that there are no facts or scientific evidence to support this relationship.

Despite this, it is important to consult a doctor before taking ibuprofen in order to treat the symptoms of infection with the emerging coronavirus.

In the absence of it, doctors work to control symptoms as much as possible, using the medications they have available.

In this regard, the official Harvard University website indicated that the World Health Organization recommends the use of acetaminophen instead of ibuprofen in order to reduce fever and reduce the pain associated with infection with this virus.

The site confirmed that there is an acceleration in the information that is published and reached in this area, and this may mean that this information may become wrong or true with time and experience.