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originally posted by: Phage
From April 28th.
Not really a study, but intriguing. A regional breakdown might be something to look at in regard to it.
There's also mention of another study in the article.
For now, in support of this "prophylaxis" effect, there is a recent publication, involving 211 people. It was published in the International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents, the official body of the International Society of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy. Of 211 people exposed to Covid19 positive individuals and subjected to prophylaxis with hydroxychloroquine, none were infected.
I'm trying to find that study.
originally posted by: Liquesence
a reply to: DBCowboy
Those of us who have been to Africa (for whatever reason) and had to take a regiment of hydroxychloroquine afterwards.
None, that we are aware of, have gotten ill from this Covid crap.
How many people is that?
I can't speak to the veracity of this, but:
Woman with lupus took hydroxychloroquine for 19 years, still got COVID-19
She said by mid-April though, she started feeling coronavirus symptoms.
"Weak all over. Coughing, fever. The fever was very high," Kim said. "It just went downhill from there. I couldn't breathe no more."
Kim said her primary doctor prescribed antibiotics, but her conditions worsened.
She said when she went to an urgent care days later, nurses said her oxygen saturation levels were at 78 percent, when they need to be at 95 percent or higher.
Ok, nobody is saying it’s impossible to get it when on hcq
Most travelers to India will need vaccinations for hepatitis A, typhoid fever, and polio, as well as medications for malaria prophylaxis and travelers' diarrhea. Other immunizations may be necessary depending upon the circumstances of the trip and the medical history of the traveler, as discussed below. Insect repellents are recommended, in conjunction with other measures to prevent mosquito bites. All travelers should visit either a travel health clinic or their personal physician 4-8 weeks before departure.
I am aware of your TDS infliction, perhaps this drug could help you as well, but please consult a physician firstedit on 5/20/2020 by DJMSN because: Addition
The press pool that travels abroad would also be prescribed the medication as a preventive measure and could be required due to their close interactions with the President and staff.