Trump cuts red tape to approve new coronavirus drug

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  • The US President spoke to press at a daily briefing remarking that the press had been ‘much nicer’ to him after social distancing.

    Trump called hydroxychloroquine a ‘tremendous breakthrough’ and said it would be available almost immediately to fight coronavirus.

    Defending ‘right to try’ laws that were created with the intent of allowing terminally ill patients access to experimental therapies, Trump said that the FDA would be fast-tracking the drug which is used to treat malaria and strong arthritis.

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