Fuchi: Hydroxychloroquine is ineffective in treating corona

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Anthony Fuchi, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in the United States, confirmed today, Wednesday, that the special drug "hydroxychloroquine" for the treatment of malaria is ineffective in treating the emerging coronavirus (Covid-19), according to CNBC.

These statements contradict the comments of US President Donald Trump, from time to time, regarding the effectiveness of this drug specifically in the treatment of Corona.

Fuchi stressed that all scientific data is proven by experiments and shows that "hydroxychloroquine" is not effective in treating the virus (Covid-19) caused by the virus.

And the Twitter platform, in a rare step, deleted a video used by the American President, which was deleted by the Facebook platform, in which doctors say to the Americans that putting the masks unnecessary, and that the drug Hdroski chloroquine anti-malaria can cure those infected with Covid-19.