In an official statement, Bahrain’s, Ministry of health said:

Bahrain has received a shipment of Hydroxychloroquine, following the export approval issued by the government of the Republic of India.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs coordinate the operation with the Ministry of Health. The drug has been used as part of the Kingdom’s treatment protocol for active COVID-19 patients.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs extends its gratitude to the Indian government for its cooperation and facilitation during the process of receiving the shipment, which reflects the strength of cooperative ties between Bahrain and India across various fields.
It reiterated the importance for all countries to unite and join efforts to combat the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Bahrain, Ministry of Health official statement here:

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