Doctors don’t need virus diagnosis from US politicians

Political interference over the anti-malarial drug HCQ has alarmed medical experts

(…) „South Korea was one of the first countries to be hit by the virus after China, reporting its first case on January 20 and peaking by late February, before suddenly tapering off in early March and “flattening the curve.” It also has a comparatively low mortality rate through a combination of testing, tracing, containment and HCQ.“ (…)

Doctors don’t need virus diagnosis from US politicians