I thought of this video today, we are seeing countries competing in making vaccines for the Covid-19 right now. Will you guys take the vaccines when they get available?
Why didn't they use the less toxic version of the drug, Hydroxychloroquine, isn't it fairly cheap to manufacturer?Recently, in some hospitals in Sweden the malaria drug chloroquine, which has been widely used across many countries, has ceased to be used in the absence of evidence-based knowledge of its effect on covid-19.
Initially swedish doctors started to give malaria medication to severely ill patients, despite the lack of controlled studies. Then they made suddenly a U-turn and stopped all the treatment with this drugs after reports of more serious side effects, e.g. heartproblems, than they first thought.
We will probably have an official treatment soon and the cases might slow in the summerWhy didn't they use the less toxic version of the drug, Hydroxychloroquine, isn't it fairly cheap to manufacturer?
I'd rather take my chances getting infected, assuming by that time hospitals aren't still over capacity than take any rushed vaccine. People keep forgetting why the original SARS-COV-1 vaccine was scraped for a reason.