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The treatment has been found. Happening canceled !

https://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20200317/p2a/00m/0na/026000c
>Hydroxychloroquine (Plaquenil), which was developed to treat malaria, is a similar sort of medicine. When it was given to a male coronavirus disease patient in his 60s who was receiving dialysis treatment due to diabetes, his fever of over 38 degrees Celsius went down after three days, and his symptoms of pneumonia also improved. It is expected he can be released from hospital if he tests negative for the virus.

https://www.connexionfrance.com/French-news/French-researcher-in-Marseille-posts-successful-Covid-19-coronavirus-drug-trial-results
>"We could see that the patients who did not received Plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine) were still carriers after six days, whereas when you give them Plaquenil, after six days, there are only 25 % of carriers ".
75% were cured with Plaquenil after 6 days. 600mg/day during 10 days. Be careful, you can die if you take 2g.

>US academic study concurs

>A new academic study, published on Friday March 13 by US scientific researchers, also said that chloroquine appeared to be an effective treatment, and appears to align with the findings in France.

China say the same.