by Andrew Strom


Chloroquine is an old anti-malarial drug that is widely available
and also quite cheap – used for decades to combat malaria in
Africa. In China, doctors had reported it was one of the few drugs
that seemed to have a significant impact when given to patients
in Wuhan.

French scientists recently began testing the drug in France, and
news of the results has now begun to circle the globe. As
Connexion France reported two days ago: “Renowned research
professor in France has reported successful results from a new
treatment for Covid-19, with early tests suggesting it can stop the
virus from being contagious in just six days…

“Professor Raoult is an infectious diseases specialist and head
of the IHU Méditerranée Infection, who has been tasked by – and
consulted by – the French government to research possible
treatments of Covid-19.

“He said that the first Covid-19 patients he had treated with the
drug chloroquine had seen a rapid and effective speeding up of
their healing process, and a sharp decrease in the amount of
time they remained contagious.”

The professor and his team have published a peer-reviewed paper
on their success with this drug (linked at the end of this article)
and there has also been a paper published in the journal Nature
on the same topic.

The French drugmaker Sanofi has said it will donate enough of
the drug to the French government to potentially treat 300,000
people. And the US drug company Bayer is making a similar
huge donation of the drug to the US Government for use in

So what are we to make of this news? Could it be the end of
this crisis? The short answer is “No” – but it certainly could be
the beginning of the end.

Special blessings to all – Andrew Strom.

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