France has finally discovered total cure for deadly coronavirus after months of pandemic.
According to the french leadership, a combination of Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin is the answer.
The CDC cited a study, documented in the journal Bioscience Trends this month, that chloroquine phosphate has demonstrated “apparent efficacy and acceptable safety against COVID-19-associated pneumonia” in trials in China.
It is thus considered a recommended antiviral for Covid-19 treatment in China, and several countries are recommending both drugs for hospitalized Covid-19 patients, the CDC said.
Chloroquine also appears to have “broad-spectrum antiviral properties” and effects on immune response, Bayer said in its statement announcing the drug donations.
The drugs may be effective against the novel coronavirus, but more data is needed to “show it is truly safe and effective under the conditions of Covid-19.”