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So, after the media continually screamed that chloroquine hadn’t been tested enough and blahblahblah, now there is evidence of the drug’s effectiveness.
It predicted 2.2 million deaths in the United States, but has now been revised 20,000, half of whom would have died from other issues.
This is very difficult to watch, even without the threat of the pandemic, because the behavior seems exactly designed to spread germs and disease.
So, Taiwan notified the World Health Organization at the end of December about human transmission, but two weeks later, WHO told the world that there was no danger of human transmission?
The drug is safe for children, pregnant women and a number of other people who are considered high-risk, and the president announced today that it is being made available immediately.
The British family posted the warning on Facebook, saying that after taking ibuprofen, their child’s symptoms worsened, yet the consensus among medical experts is divided.
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