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It would be a medical mistake not to give hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 notes Prof. Didier Raoult
Monday, March 16, 2020 12:56 pm Email this article
“It would be a medical mistake not to give chloroquine [or hydroxychloroquine] against the Chinese virus [coronavirus COVID-19],” notes French Biologist and Infectious Disease Specialist Prof. Didier Raoult, MD, PhD in an interview posted on Archyde.com.
He notes that:
“It is a very old medicine.
It is probably the most widely used drug with aspirin in human history.
Young people do not know it because they did not know it as an antimalarial.
People who lived in Africa like me took chloroquine every day.
All the people who went to these hot countries took it during their whole stay, and every day for the two months after their return.
There are billions of people who have taken this drug.
And it costs nothing: ten cents per tablet.
It is a drug that is extremely safe and the cheapest that you can imagine.
So this is great news!
Everyone who knows about these benefits should take it upon themselves.”
“Chinese scientists are very serious people.
They are not zozos, and they have shown that chloroquine works.
It would honestly be a medical mistake not to give chloroquine to the Chinese coronavirus.
It does not make sense. Be serious.
Tomorrow you start to be short of breath.
You have a Chinese coronavirus and you have 40 fever.
And people tell you, “You know, I don’t believe in chloroquine against Chinese coronavirus.”
What are you doing?”
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