Antimalarial medication

Trump has been touting the anti-malaria drug as a coronavirus cure despite no evidence that it's effective.
Researchers at Columbia University who tested 1,400 patients with the controversial malaria drug said it did not lower the risk of dying or needing a breathing tube.
Dr. Rick Bright, who was ousted as the top vaccine official, filed a complaint on Tuesday, claiming he was reassigned to a "lesser role" for political reasons.
Many health experts say there is no proof that hydroxychloroquine is safe and effective for treating COVID-19.
President Donald Trump continues to push an anti-malaria drug as a coronavirus treatment, even though his medical experts say there’s no strong evidence it works.
"It's sad to me that people are promoting that drug," Dr. William Haseltine said of the anti-malarial medication Trump has repeatedly touted.