Covid drug given to Donald Trump to be rolled out to NHS hospital patients | ITV News

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A drug given to Donald Trump when he had coronavirus last year is to be rolled out to vulnerable Covid patients across the NHS.

Last month, Health Secretary Sajid Javid heralded Ronapreve as the first treatment designed specifically for Covid-19 to receive regulatory approval in the UK.

The Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) said on Friday that it had the potential to benefit thousands of patients, with its rollout initially targeted at those who have not mounted an antibody response against Covid-19.

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