COVID-19: Chloroquine, Zithromax fixes Coronavirus – Gov. Bala Mohammed opens up


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Representative Bala Mohammed of Bauchi State has approved the utilization of against intestinal sickness medications, Chloroquine and Zithromax to treat Coronavirus (COVID-19).

The Governor said he is prepared to assume liability for any outcome of favoring such medications.

Bala, who was the COVID-19 record case in the state, uncovered that he was treated with “chloroquine and Zithromax.”

The Governor expressed this while giving a report on COVID-19 in the State at the Government House, Bauchi on Thursday

“Our clinical group is utilizing their own inventiveness to utilize chloroquine and Zithromax to treat the patients, despite the fact that in certain spots, they said it is against the convention,” he said.

“As the representative, I’m assuming liability for that since I don’t need anybody to bite the dust.

“I have given you the order that you should utilize something that I have used to recover, similarly as you have utilized for every single other case that recovered.

“Instead of saying that something is destructive, we ought not follow what the white individuals are stating by not taking anything and bite the dust.

“We are accustomed to taking chloroquine in Nigeria. We are going to utilize them. We have assumed liability and I have assumed liability.

“Zithromax and chloroquine are not hurtful to our body, our physiological framework has adjusted to it. In the event that you are having a fever you take chloroquine,” he said.

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