The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg reported 45768, 57,592 and 4001 confirmed cases of new crowns respectively on the 27th. Belgium’s National Institute of Public Health on the 26th strongly recommended not to use hydroxychloroquine to treat new coronary pneumonia, while the Luxembourg health department on the 27th explicitly banned the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat new coronary pneumonia.
The Netherlands National Institute of Public Health and Environment issued a communique on the 27th, said that in the past 24 hours, the Netherlands has added 190 confirmed cases, a cumulative number of 45,768 confirmed cases;
Belgium’s National Institute of Public Health issued a communique on the 27th, said that in the past 24 hours, Belgium has added 137 confirmed cases, a cumulative number of 57,592 confirmed cases; In a new treatment guide released by the institute on the 26th, it strongly recommends that oxychloroquine not be used to treat new coronary pneumonia.
Belgium’s federal drug regulator said in a communique on the 27th, since March this year has been recorded in Belgium 8 cases of adverse reactions due to the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat new coronary pneumonia, 3 people have adverse heart reactions, 1 person died from hydroxychloroquine and another drug caused by adverse reactions.
Luxembourg’s government issued a report on the 27th, said that in the past 24 hours, Luxembourg has 6 new confirmed cases, a cumulative number of 4001 confirmed cases;
Luxembourg’s health department confirmed on the 27th that Luxembourg will no longer allow the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat new coronary pneumonia, because recent studies have shown that the drug is not effective in dealing with the new coronavirus, and may induce patients to develop heart disease.
France announces new ban on hydroxychloroquine: First country to openly mock Trump appears
On Wednesday (26th), local time, the French government announced a ban on the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat the new coronavirus, according to the Us Capitol Hill newspaper. France became the first country to ban hydroxychloroquine treatment after WHO announced a moratorium on the treatment of new crowns, the report said.
French officials have cancelled a previous law allowing doctors to supply the antimalarial drug to certain new corona patients, with immediate effect, the Capitol Hill newspaper reported, citing Reuters.
Reported that the French government in its official gazette issued a ban on hydroxychloroquine, the Ministry of Health also confirmed this. However, there was no mention of WHO’s suspension of hydroxychloroquine treatment trials for new crowns.
On the 25th, the World Health Organization announced a moratorium on the hydroxychloroquine branch test in the “Solidarity Test” project. The reason is that a recent observation published in the British Journal of The Lancet showed that the antimalarial drug chloroquine or hydroxychloroquine had no significant benefit in treating new coronavirus infections and that improper use could even lead to complications.
U.S. President Donald Trump has repeatedly recommended hydroxychloroquine drugs, even testing them. He revealed on a program on the 24th that he had ended the course of taking hydroxychloroquine. But he added: “By the way, I’m still alive.” “
“France became the first country to openly mock Trump,” one netizen commented on The French decision. “
Another said, “Trump will immediately threaten France or issue conspiracy theories like ‘France helped Hitler’.” “
Original title: France announces new crown of banning hydroxychloroquine, netizens quipp: The first country to openly mock Trump appears!
Global Network reported reporter Left Sweet