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Morocco Gives Green Light For Its Hospitals to Use Antimalarial Drugs to Fight Covid
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Dr. Didier Raoult has posted an update : he says his treatment protocol has now been proven effective on 80 patients, instead of the original 26.

Link: https://twitter.com/raoult_didier/status...6808003587

Link to the updated study: https://www.mediterranee-infection.com/w...HU-2-1.pdf
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Egypt uses chloroquine in treating COVID-19 patients: Minister

https://www.egypttoday.com/Article/1/831...s-Minister

CAIRO - 28 March 2020: Egyptian Minister of Health Hala Zayed announced on Friday that Egypt is using anti-malaria and HIV drugs in the treatment of coronavirus (Covid-19) disease.
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Five tons of chloroquine are being distributed to public hospitals in Greece

https://www.tornosnews.gr/en/greek-news/...reece.html

The process of distributing the 5 tonnes of chloroquine to public hospitals imported from India is in its final phase, as revealed by protothema.gr.

According to reliable media sources, the substance was ordered and manufactured in tablets by the pharmaceutical industry Uni-pharmaSA, which has reportedly announced that it will release 24 million doses free of charge to the Greek state in 200 mg tablets.
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I'm hopeful the resistance to Cloroquine is coming to an end. Russia now using it. It seems only Democrat governors oppose it. Countries around the world are scrambling to make sure they have enough of this drug. The good thing is drug companies are expanding production rapidly. What is also great about this cure is lockdowns and total quarantines of the population are no longer necessary. Switzerland announces softer measures, just quarantining clusters and individuals.

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/e...virus-cure

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Five tons of chloroquine are being distributed to public hospitals in Greece

https://www.tornosnews.gr/en/greek-news/...reece.html

The process of distributing the 5 tonnes of chloroquine to public hospitals imported from India is in its final phase, as revealed by protothema.gr.

According to reliable media sources, the substance was ordered and manufactured in tablets by the pharmaceutical industry Uni-pharmaSA, which has reportedly announced that it will release 24 million doses free of charge to the Greek state in 200 mg tablets.

Scream1 you get what you pay for! Be careful greece!
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Natura Naturans  Wrote: (03-28-2020 05:35 PM)
I'm hopeful the resistance to Cloroquine is coming to an end. Russia now using it. It seems only Democrat governors oppose it. Countries around the world are scrambling to make sure they have enough of this drug. The good thing is drug companies are expanding production rapidly. What is also great about this cure is lockdowns and total quarantines of the population are no longer necessary. Switzerland announces softer measures, just quarantining clusters and individuals.

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/e...virus-cure

I don't think so. Quebec just banned the use of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine to anyone who isn't suffering from lupus, juvenile arthritis or for pregnant women. LINK (In French): https://www.tvanouvelles.ca/2020/03/28/l...hroniques.

This is in spite of the fact that hydroxychloroquine was already being used by doctors at the Jewish General Hospital before Dr. Raoult came out with his first study. LINK (in French) : https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2020/0...montreal-1
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Algerian minister defends use of chloroquine, says they have no other choice

LINK (in French) : https://www.elwatan.com/edition/actualit...28-03-2020
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Natura Naturans  Wrote: (03-28-2020 05:35 PM)
I'm hopeful the resistance to Cloroquine is coming to an end. Russia now using it. It seems only Democrat governors oppose it. Countries around the world are scrambling to make sure they have enough of this drug. The good thing is drug companies are expanding production rapidly. What is also great about this cure is lockdowns and total quarantines of the population are no longer necessary. Switzerland announces softer measures, just quarantining clusters and individuals.

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/e...virus-cure

I don't think so. Quebec just banned the use of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine to anyone who isn't suffering from lupus, juvenile arthritis or for pregnant women. LINK (In French): https://www.tvanouvelles.ca/2020/03/28/l...hroniques.

This is in spite of the fact that hydroxychloroquine was already being used by doctors at the Jewish General Hospital before Dr. Raoult came out with his first study. LINK (in French) : https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2020/0...montreal-1

If you read the Zerohedge article you see that Macron in France is trying to sabotage Cloroquine for the sake of a more expensive drug from Sanofi. Quebec is leftist and that is what is dooming cloroquine there. But not for long, the rest of the world is going for it and no country can resist for long. These politicians that resist it will be guilty of the deaths caused by not using it. It will come back to haunt them.

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Natura Naturans  Wrote: (03-28-2020 05:56 PM)
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I don't think so. Quebec just banned the use of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine to anyone who isn't suffering from lupus, juvenile arthritis or for pregnant women. LINK (In French): https://www.tvanouvelles.ca/2020/03/28/l...hroniques.

This is in spite of the fact that hydroxychloroquine was already being used by doctors at the Jewish General Hospital before Dr. Raoult came out with his first study. LINK (in French) : https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2020/0...montreal-1

If you read the Zerohedge article you see that Macron in France is trying to sabotage Cloroquine for the sake of a more expensive drug from Sanofi. Quebec is leftist and that is what is dooming cloroquine there. But not for long, the rest of the world is going for it and no country can resist for long. These politicians that resist it will be guilty of the deaths caused by not using it. It will come back to haunt them.

Thanks, I read it. It shows that the elite politcians in France are letting the situation drag on for as long as possible and stealing chloroquine reserves, just so Big Pharma can have more time to develop an expensive drug. And it says that the corporate media and medical establishment are also in the pocket of Big Pharma. Jhikpghf
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Malaysia: Health ministry says chloroquine can be used for Covid-19

https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/catego...-covid-19/

PETALING JAYA: Three types of drugs, including one described by US President Donald Trump as a “game-changer”, are available in Malaysia and may be used for treatment of Covid-19, the health ministry said.

Health director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said the three drugs were registered with Malaysia’s drug control authority, the National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Agency.

The drugs – chloroquine, hydroxychloroquine and a combination of lopinavir and ritonavir – “can be used to treat other ailments and for treating Covid-19,” he said in a statement.
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Argentina is also testing chloroquine

https://www.batimes.com.ar/news/economy/...irus.phtml

Meanwhile, the government has started testing treatments also being tried out elsewhere in the world like administering the anti-malaria drug chloroquine. Health Minister Ginés González García has declared that until now the results have been “mildly positive.”
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Quebec just banned the use of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine to anyone who isn't suffering from lupus, juvenile arthritis or for pregnant women. LINK (In French): https://www.tvanouvelles.ca/2020/03/28/l...hroniques.

This is in spite of the fact that hydroxychloroquine was already being used by doctors at the Jewish General Hospital before Dr. Raoult came out with his first study. LINK (in French) : https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2020/0...montreal-1

Dr. Amir Khadir, a Quebec infectious disease specialist and former member of the National Assembly, argues that the decision to ban pharmacist delivery of chloroqouine and hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 patients should be reconsidered.

LINK (in French): https://www.lapresse.ca/debats/opinions/...espoir.php
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Kashmir Doctors Association Urges use of hydroxychloroquine

https://kashmir.today/doctors-associatio...-patients/
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Excellent article from Amir Khadir in La Presse. Here is the argument he makes for using Cloroquine now:

Should we use chloroquine to treat patients, yes or no? At what stage of the disease? In order to treat only the sickest or those who are at risk of complications (comorbidities, age, etc.)? Or, in the absence of systematic isolation measures for all patients as in Korea, should it not be used as post-mass prophylaxis? According to several epidemiologists and experts involved in studies currently underway in Canada, the United States and elsewhere, post-exposure prophylaxis (all contacts of COVID-19 patients) is one of the best strategies for flexing, if not interrupting as quickly as possible possible epidemic transmission curve.

We are facing a health and economic risk today that is out of control. And very serious arguments suggest that hydroxychloroquine could prove to be effective.

In vitro studies conducted since January and proof of concept recently brought to France add to the experience of its use in China, Korea and Iran. It is therefore a real prospect to reverse the course of the battle in our favor in the fight against COVID-19.

Hundreds of millions of doses of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine have been administered for decades for prophylaxis and short-term (malaria) or long-term treatments (rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, etc.).

There is therefore a drug that is usually well tolerated, when taken for a short time, with rare side effects known for decades, to counter an uncontrolled spreading disease that kills, which severely strains the whole of society and inflicts billions in damage. our economy.

In these circumstances, is it not ethically, socially and medically desirable to reverse the usual approach in the use of hydoxychloroquine? Instead of waiting for methodologically rigorous studies to prove its efficacy beyond all doubt before using it in the fight against COVID-19, we could prescribe it to some or all affected patients who meet certain criteria, by post-exposure prophylaxis for contacts and pre-exposure for health personnel, until one of these studies is completed or other drugs are more effective and safer.

Waiting for the evidence usually required in these circumstances delays a preventive intervention, the potential benefit of which for patients and for society is enormous and completely immeasurable compared to the very limited risks associated with short-term use (7 to 10 days ) hydroxychloroquine.

In the unprecedented health emergency in which the world finds itself, in view of the risk-benefit calculations for individuals and for society, using hydroxychloroquine would be an exceptional measure as required by the exceptional situation in which We are. It is a public policy decision which seems to me to be fully justified.

https://www.lapresse.ca/debats/opinions/...espoir.php

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