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TV Star Credits Antimalarial Drug Hydroxychloroquine For His Recovery from Coronavirus.

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Lost star Daniel Dae Kim has credited an antimalarial drug for his recovery from coronavirus.

  • Kim’s personal physician prescribed him a ‘drug cocktail’ to treat coronavirus
  • This consisted of the antiviral medicine TamiFlu, the antibiotic Azithromycin, a Glycopyrrolate inhaler, and the antimalarial drug Hydroxychloroquine
  • Claimed Hydroxychloroquine was the ‘secret weapon’ to his recovery
  • Come after Trump said he would ‘pray’ for antimalarial drugs to work against coronavirus and called them ‘a gift from god’
  • Coronavirus symptoms: what are they and should you see a doctor?

By Carly Johnson For Dailymail.com, 22 March 2020

Taking to Instagram on Saturday evening the 51-year-old said he felt ‘back to normal’ and had not needed hospital treatment.

Kim, who will remain in self-isolation until Monday, claimed to ‘have no symptoms’ other than congestion and believes that the antimalarial drug Hydroxychloroquine was the ‘secret weapon’ to his recovery.

I am happy to report that my progress has continued and I practically feel back to normal. I am lucky enough to be in the 80% of diagnosed cases that have not required hospitalization,’ revealed the Hawaii-based actor in the nearly seven-minute video.

All of the info: Kim, who will remain in self-isolation until Monday, claimed to ‘have no symptoms’ other than congestion and believes that the antimalarial drug Hydroxychloroquine was the ‘secret weapon’ to his recovery

President Donald Trump has continually pushed drugs used for malaria as a treatment option for coronavirus and his embrace of them has caused twinges in the medical community.

‘This would be a gift from heaven, this would be a gift from god if it works. We are going to pray to god that it does work,’ the president said Saturday.

However Dr Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has ‘cautioned’ about their use.

Dr. Tony Fauci said President Donald Trump was ‘talking about hope’ when he bragged that malaria drugs could be a ‘gift from god’ to cure coronavirus

‘The president is talking about hope for people and it’s not an unreasonable thing to hope for people,’ Fauci said at daily White House press briefing

‘My job is to ultimately prove without a doubt that a drug is not only safe, but that it actually works,’ he said

Kim addressed this. ‘[Fauci] said that evidence suggesting the drug was promising was anecdotal and that is correct. It means it was studied, but only based on personal accounts,’ said Kim, who cautioned viewers to remember that he was not a doctor.

‘Well, add my name to those personal accounts because I am feeling better.

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