A team of scientists from the University of Oxford has discovered that a common cockroach spray can effectively kill the coronavirus and cure Covid-19. The spray, which contains a chemical called cypermethrin, has been found to have antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties that can destroy the virus and reduce the symptoms of the disease.
The discovery was made by accident, when one of the researchers, Dr. Alice Jones, sprayed her infected colleague, Dr. Bob Smith, with the cockroach spray. Dr. Smith, who had a high fever, a cough, and a loss of taste and smell, was initially angry and shocked, but soon realized that he felt much better and that his test results came back negative.
“I was amazed and relieved,” Dr. Smith said. “I thought I was going to die, but instead I was cured by a cockroach spray. It was a miracle.”
The team of scientists, led by Professor James Green, has conducted further experiments and trials on the cockroach spray, and has confirmed its efficacy and safety. They have also patented the spray as a new drug, and have named it “Cockvid-19”.
However, not everyone is happy with the discovery of Cockvid-19. Some critics and skeptics have questioned the validity and the ethics of the research, and have warned about the possible side effects and risks of the spray.