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English Guy Claims He Succesfully Fought Off Coronavirus With Whisky and Honey




  • North Wales native Connor Reed has contracted novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in Wuhan, China.
  • Instead of taking medicine, he preferred his own remedy – hot whisky with honey.
  • He recovered from the illness and claims he is a proof that the deadly virus “can be beaten.”

Connor Reed works as an English teacher in the city of Wuhan. After experiencing severe cough and shortness of breath, he went to a hospital to seek medical attention.

He was confined at Wuhan’s Zhongnan University Hospital and two weeks after he was discharged, the doctors revealed that he has been infected by the dreaded novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV).

Connor Reed, 25, claims he successfully fought off coronavirus with whisky and honey.

According to the 25-year-old man from North Wales, he decided to decline all the prescriptions given by his doctors. Surprisingly, he has recovered from the fatal illness by using what he calls an “old-fashioned remedy.”

In an interview, Reed said he used an inhaler to manage the cough. Then he drank hot whisky with honey, which stopped the virus in its tracks.

“It’s an old fashioned remedy but it seemed to do the trick,” he shared, pointing out that he refused to take any of the antibiotics prescribed by physicians.

Meanwhile, he also mentioned that the Foreign Office weren’t too responsive when he informed them about his medical problem. They, however, asked if he needed a “plce on a flight out” of Wuhan but told them he’s determined to stay in the city.

“I am proof coronavirus can be beaten,” Reed declared.

Wuhan, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, has been described by the teacher as “a ghost town” since the government ordered its lock down, with supermarkets running low of stocks. Medicines and masks are also hard to find in local pharmacies.

So far, reports confirm that there are now 20,622 infected individuals in China and 24 other countries. 426 lives have been claimed by the virus.

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