Source: Nature

Panama has gone one step further than other Latin American countries that use the drug ivermectin against COVID-19. The government has approved this drug and hydroxychloroquine, and is stockpiling both.

Panama has purchased 2,900,000 doses of hydroxychloroquine and 450,000 doses of ivermectin, to be distributed as part of a self-treatment kit to people self-isolating with the virus.










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