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A little bit of breaking news, hydroxychloroquine, you may have heard of, quite a bit of mention about it and the U.S. President who has talked about it often enough. And the UK regulator we are hearing via one of the news agencies has given the green light to a clinical trial of hydroxychloroquine to prevent COVID-19 and in health care workers. There is of course a global study already ongoing and that will immediately resume the enrollment of workers in places like hospitals, other front line health care facilities after getting approval from the U.K. medicines agency, we will have more on that just as we get it, when we get it.

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