WHO increases pressure to Ban use of HCQ ?

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WHO increases pressure to Ban use of HCQ ?Only yesterday WORLD NEWS TEAM reported that the WHO had instructed Indonesia to BAN the use of Hydrochloroquine (HCQ) to treat COVID-19.Within hours, France followed suit claiming there was no evidence for the efficacy of this long tried and tested anti-viral treatment. The French health minister, Olivier Véran, quoted a recent study from the Lancet and held up the report as the Government's excuse to outlaw the use of HCQ to the French public for the treatment of COVID-19. France BANS hydroxychloroquine as study says medicine Trump took makes death from Covid-19 more likely However, the Lancet's study was immediately called in to question and the data said to be either "Fake" or...

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