Angela Merkel laments that they ‘allowed’ India to become pharmacy of the world, fears that they will not get Covid-19 medicine
Angela Merkel said that EU nations didn't treat their pharmaceutical industry so well, and 'allowed' India to become a large pharma producer
Medical journal The Lancet retracts its HCQ article based on fake data from a dubious company, authors say they cannot vouch for data’s authenticity
The lead author of the research paper, Prof Mandeep Mehra, from the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts had asked the Lancet to withdraw the study saying could no longer vouch for the data’s accuracy. The Guardian's expose had revealed that the Chicago-based company's data used in the article was fake.
Coronavirus: WHO had stopped HCQ trials based on fake data from a dubious company which employs a sci-fi writer and adult content model
When The Guardian contacted 7 Australian hospitals, they stated that they have never heard of Surgisphere and were never contacted by the company to collect data. The Chicago-based company employs a handful of people, including a sci-fi writer and an adult content model.
United States stands with India, US President Donald Trump announces that America will donate ventilators to India and together ‘beat the invisible enemy’
Donald Trump also said that the US will cooperate with India for developing the vaccine to fight the invisible enemy
Read what US Congress lawmaker George Holding said lauding India for supplying Hydroxychloroquine, other vital supplies to US
India is in the process of supplying hydroxychloroquine to 55 coronavirus-hit countries on humanitarian grounds as well as commercially
Medicines being bought secretly, treatment being done at home: The mystery behind Indore’s steep rise of dead bodies in Muslim graveyards deepens
The report further states that not only is the treatment for coronavirus being carried out in secret in Indore but there are also mysterious deaths.
UN Chief Antonio Guterres salutes India for helping over 55 coronavirus-hit countries by sending Hydroxychloroquine and other aids
In addition to Hydroxychloroquine, India has sent its military health professionals to Kuwait and Maldives
On the 5th of April 2020, the United States President Donald Trump requested for the release of US order of Hydroxycholroquine which is considered as a possible relief drug for fight against COVID-19.
Pakistan has also requested assistance in the sending 41 Pakistani nationals stuck in India to Pakistan via Wagah-Attari border
No dearth of stocks of Hydroxychloroquine in Maharashtra: Press Information Bureau debunks fake news about the scarcity of HCQ
Fake News was spread that the supplies of Hydroxychloroquine in Mumbai have run short after India decided to export the malaria drug to the US.
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