COVID-19: India eases export ban on anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine after Trump threat

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Weeks after banning the export of essential medicines India now says that it will allow some exports of the anti malaria drug hydroxychloroquine that’s the drug being used to treat coronavirus patients in many Western countries including the United States but its effectiveness as a cure for kovat 19 is yet to be proven Neha Punia tells us more India’s partially eased restrictions on the export of hydroxychloroquine and said that it will fulfill existing orders made by foreign countries citing the humanitarian impact of the epidemic the government says it will export appropriate quantities of the drug to all neighboring countries and donations that have been badly hit by the outbreak of Karuna virus currently the u.s. is the highest number of covered 19 cases anywhere in the world but the government does add that these export orders will be carried out once domestic requirements are met and that it will be keeping a continuous eye on demand as well as existing supplies just hours before this decision was announced you had Donald Trump issuing this warning to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi if he doesn’t allow it to come out that would be okay but of course there may be retaliation why wouldn’t there be just over a month ago Donald Trump was in India meeting Prime Minister Modi and both leaders had called the visit a turning point in bilateral ties however critics in India warned that a bilateral relationship can’t be based on threats of retaliation India’s the glide more than a quarter of the world’s genetic drugs and is the largest manufacturer of hydroxychloroquine experts say India does have the capacity to produce enough for export and for domestic consumption however they’re urging the u.s. to return the favor and help India propio critical supplies like testing kits ventilators and protective gear for its medical stuff trying to capture many of the critical supply leads there are only companies which manufacture equipments for articles here and it is outputting not only negative putting fans it is opening Spain to capture those supplies with more than 4000 confirmed coronavirus cases and over 100 deaths experts are warning that India is heading towards a mass outbreak and could see a total of 17 thousand cases in the next two weeks.

COVID-19: India eases export ban on anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine after Trump threat

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