Hydroxychloroquine was found not to prevent COVID-19 infections among volunteers in a latest study

University of Pennsylvania scientists reported in the new research which was published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine on Wednesday that Hydroxychloroquine, the malaria medicine, which Trump said he took in the desire for warding off Covid-19, was found not to forestall diseases among volunteers.

The investigation, which was finished early, included 125 health care workers, some of whom took hydroxychloroquine day by day for about two months while the others took a placebo. There was no huge difference in contamination rates in members randomized to get hydroxychloroquine contrasted with placebo. In light of their discoveries, the specialists said that they can’t suggest the standard utilization of hydroxychloroquine among health care workers to forestall Covid-19.