From the net:
It was reported that State Rep. Karen Whitsett of Detroit has credited the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine with saving her life after she tested positive for COVID-19.
President Trump publicized the drug during a briefing, Trump said that the drug as shown promise for a possible cure.
When Whitsett got to the hospital, she found a state order prohibiting the use of hydroxychloroquine.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, issued the order and retract it several days later.
“I did have a difficult time, even that day, obtaining the medication because of an order that was put down in my state.’And it was on that day so you can imagine how terrified I was that I had to beg and plead and go through a whole lot to try to get the medication.” . . .
“If President Trump had not talked about this it wouldn’t have been something that would be accessible for anyone to be able to get right now,’ she said, adding that within a few hours of taking her prescription, she was feeling much better.”
Doctors are studying the cure with a scientific approach.