On a global scale, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies are working around the clock with governments to discuss the COVID-19 epidemic. The need for translations is greater now more than ever before to ease adjustments to support vaccine developments, handle the demand, and possible obstacles to drug supply chains. It is imperative that the pharmaceutical industry communicate proficiently and effectively for our future as a global society. Companies are joining forces to find the right medicines to treat this virus, some are looking at existing antiviral drugs to fight the coronavirus, while others are testing new drugs. Biopharmaceutical innovators have led the way in the fight against coronavirus.

Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) is a viral disease that spread through international travel in November 2002. Coronavirus COVID-19, also known as SARs-CoV-2 is derived from SARS that caused epidemics and hundreds of deaths.

Biotech companies are now testing antibodies of SARs survivors by examining the immune cells these people have created and these antibodies are being tested for those that might target the coronavirus more specifically. Researchers have even used laboratory mice to test human immunology against the coronavirus and then analyze the antibodies generated in the hopes of finding the solution that could be manufactured, mass-produced, and delivered to the public.

At this time of crisis, the healthcare system is being put under immense pressure and Research and Development Managers at major biopharmaceutical companies are collaborating to issue a joint response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The COVID-19 pandemic has turned our world upside down, although there is hope for a possible vaccine in the coming months; it seems that now the only cost-effective solution is social distancing. It is important to keep in mind that collaboration is the best approach to help our global pharmaceutical companies. Let’s make sure that language is not a barrier in these difficult times. Norak is here to help you communicate with our global medical soldiers.