After previously banning it, Ohio now says coronavirus patients can use hydroxychloroquine | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

After previously banning it, Ohio now says coronavirus patients can use hydroxychloroquine

In response to the now-banned America’s Frontline Doctors “White Coat Summit” event, the state of Ohio tried to ban the use of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), the generic anti-malaria drug that is helping to cure patients from the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). But this ban has since been reversed, allowing sanity to be restored.

In the initial ban, the Ohio Board of Pharmacy (OBP) had actually tried to make it illegal for doctors to prescribe either chloroquine (CQ) or HCQ except for animals. No humans were to be allowed to take it, under the fascist directive, which has since been revoked at the order of Governor Mike DeWine.

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