Source: Pleno News

On Sunday (9), President Jair Bolsonaro shared the report of a state deputy from Pernambuco who denounced a persecution of doctors who recommend hydroxychloroquine against Covid-19. The information was given by Clarissa Tércio (PSC-PE), who revealed that deputies from Psol reported health professionals to the Public Ministry and the Regional Council of Medicine.

According to the parliamentarian, doctors are treating patients with Covid-19 for free and prescribing hydroxychloroquine.

The doctors who are being persecuted, in addition to providing free care to the needy population, they also donate medication to patients and monitor their evolution, becoming known to all as true friends. The group of doctors was denounced to the Public Ministry and Cremepe for acting on behalf of the population. What crime did these professionals commit? – questioned the parliamentarian.

The video was shared by the president on his social networks.

Hydroxychloroquine is used as recommended by the Federal Council of Medicine. The decision is the doctor’s, and it cannot be prohibited by decree, from anyone. State Representative Clarissa Tércio (PSC-PE), reports those who criticize, but do not offer alternatives – she wrote.


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