Trump Malaria Drug Trail For Covid-19 Starts Tuesday!
Of course, President Trump is having issue with doctors and the possible two drug combination that helps reduce and rid patients of COVID-19 symptoms.
Earlier today, Dr. Oz announced a two drug combination that helps reduce symptoms within 6 days on people who have tested positive for COVID-19. While the world is still in panic mode fearing for their lives and actually being stupid and NOT
rational. In times like these, common sense is key, being calm is key and making smart moves is idea.
There’s no question the need for effective treatments is urgent. Cases of Covid-19 are exploding, with more than 24,000 reported nationally and more than 10,000 in New York State alone. Actual numbers may be far higher. Reports say that New York hospitals are full with patients on ventilators who need treatment now. Read on for more about the Malaria Drug Trail Covid-19…
CelebNHealth247.com wants to remind everyone that we all need to practice social distancing, wash our hands for 20 seconds. Malaria Drug Trail begins Tuesday.
Cover your mouth if you are coughing and most of all if you have tested positive, don’t be one of those bitter hateful disgusting people who are purposely going out o spread the virus. If you see someone like that report them, have them hospitalized so they stop doing damage to innocent people.
As for Trump, here is what he is saying about the two drug combination that helps reduce symptoms within 6 days on people who have tested positive for COVID-19.
Details on the Malaria Drug Trail:
Health officials across the world are issuing warnings over the use of a malaria drug and Zithromax.
President Donald Trump has made clear that he thinks two old malaria drugs, hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine, should be deployed quickly against the coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. But his own lieutenants, the heads of the Food and Drug Administration and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, have been hesitant.
Hope has emerged around two anti-malaria drugs: chloroquine, discovered in 1934, and a derivative of it called hydroxychloroquine that is thought to have less severe side effects. Both have shown promise in preventing SARS-CoV-2 from infecting cells in the laboratory. And a small and preliminary clinical trial of hydroxychloroquine in France circulated widely and stirred excitement on social media (including from the president) — though its findings were hardly definitive about whether the drug would benefit coronavirus patients. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Sunday that a study of the drug will start Tuesday.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 23, 2020
Please NOTE that it is a two drug combination not just the malaria drug on its own that helps reduce symptoms.
Listen to Danny DeVito, stay home be safe and relax, clean the house, write a book, do something for you and your family.
“Young people can get it and they can transmit it to old people and the next thing you know – I’m out of there.”
— ABC News (@ABC) March 23, 2020