Donald Trump urges Modi to seek drugs for coronary treatment

Bangla Hunt Desk: US President Donald Trump appeals to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to send hydroxychloroquine drugs. India last month banned the export of these drugs. Trump said he talked to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday morning and requested him to send hydrochloroquine drugs.

US President Donald Trump said at his regular news conference in the White House, “I spoke to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi this morning. India makes a lot of hydrochloroquine. India is seriously considering this issue. ” The Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) banned the export of these drugs on March 25. Although the DGFT said the drugs could be exported for the sake of humanity.

After more than three million cases of Corona virus and more than eight thousand deaths, the United States has been listed as the most affected country in the epidemic. No drugs have been found in the virus so far. Scientists in the United States and around the world are looking for ways to vaccinate and discover drugs against the virus one day at a time. Due to this epidemic, the lives of 4,000 people in the whole world so far. And 1 lakh 5 thousand 12 people are infected with the virus.

On the basis of some preliminary results, the Trump administration is emphasizing the use of hydrochloroquine drugs to treat the coronary virus. The drug has been treating malaria for decades. Last Saturday, nearly 1,900 coronary patients were treated in New York in conjunction with malaria drugs, along with some other medicines, after being approved by the US Food and Drug Administration.

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