4 June 2020

Britain launches global tests for coronavirus

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More than 40,000 health workers from around the world will take part in global trials of the effectiveness of two anti-malarial drugs, hydroxychloroquine, and chloroquine, in preventing coronavirus. reports this information was released by the Mahidol Oxford Center for Tropical Medical Research. The global test will be held in Oxford and Brighton, Britain.

"Laboratory studies show that these drugs may be effective in the prevention and treatment of COVID-19, but there is no convincing evidence. However, drugs are widely used in some countries. - It is noted in the information."

2020.05.21 / 15:30
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