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Case Grows For Bayer's Old Anti-Malarial To Treat COVID-19

German Major Advises Caution Over Chloroquine

Executive Summary

Bayer's anti-malaria therapy chloroquine is being touted as a cheap, safe and effective drug for coronavirus. However the company's product is only made in Pakistan and a variety of import and export agreements need to be in place for other countries to get hold of it.

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