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Coronavirus: Is chloroquine Africa's wonder drug?

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A humble anti-malarial pill may be the answer to COVID-19. Despite caution over its effectiveness African countries hope it will stem the disease's spread. Health systems are unprepared to handle the pandemic, with too few ventilators to treat patients if it spreads in the continent's densely populated poorer areas.

Added on the 03/04/2020 22:38:02 - Copyright : AFP EN

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