The World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned against the usage of popular drug ibuprofen without consulting a doctor.
WHO spokesman, Christian Lindmeier, issued the warning at a news conference in Geneva on Tuesday.
Lindmeier said the agency has no recent studies that link the anti-inflammatory drug with increased mortality rates.
Taking of the said drug might result into damaging of the body system.
They urge the people to stayed away from the drugs
And never just to used any drugs that was introduce just through not reliable advertisement.
He, however, added that experts are currently investigating the matter.
“We recommend paracetamol, not ibuprofen in self-medication,’’ Lindmeier said.
Lindmeier also confirmed that two WHO staff members have been infected with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus that causes COVID-19 respiratory disease.
Coronavirus since its outbreak in Wuhan, China has claimed 6,000 lives and affected about 150 countries, including 27 in Africa.
And it kept spreading all over the countries in the world.