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Trump Takes Hydroxychloroquine To Prevent Getting COVID-19

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Trump Takes Hydroxychloroquine To Prevent Getting COVID-19

Trump Takes Hydroxychloroquine To Prevent Getting COVID-19

President Donald Trump announces he is taking hydroxychloroquine as a preventative medicine.

Despite medical warnings from the FDA to not use the drug against the coronavirus, Trump is using it.

He said: “I’ve been taking it for the last week and a half.

A pill every day.” According to Reuters, the drug was promoted by Trump as a potential treatment but studies found it wasn’t helpful.

The FDA said the drug gave patients with COVID-19 “serious heart rhythm problems.”

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