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US Approves Chloroquine As Treatment For Coronavirus, The FDA Reacts

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The US President Donald Trump said in a Thursday, 19 March press briefing that chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine, drugs that are used to treat malaria and severe arthritis, has been approved by The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to test as a COVID-19 coronavirus treatment, as 177 countries around the world have been affected.

“I have great hope for how we’re going to come out of this situation. What’s also important is not to provide false hope…but to provide hope.” FDA Commissioner Stephen M. Hahn, M.D. said on Thursday over COVID19 at the press briefing.

“The FDA is committed to continuing to provide regulatory flexibility and guidance, but let me make one thing clear. FDA’s responsibility to the American people is to ensure that products are safe and effective… and that we are continuing to do that.”

“We are looking at everything that’s coming across our desks as possible treatment options for coronavirus. And we’re extremely encouraged by the interest and promise that we’ve seen from these great American innovators.

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