Tell Me About: Potential Covid-19 drugs chloroquine and remdesivir

An IHU Mediterranee Infection Institute staff member in Marseille, France, shows strips of chloroquine (left) and hydroxychloroquine tablets, which are both being tested for Covid-19 treatment. — AFP

Yes, it is possible. In fact, the World Health Organization (WHO) has launched a large global clinical trial called Solidarity, which Malaysia is a part of.

This trial will attempt to find out if the combinations of these promising old and new drugs can treat Covid-19:

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