India Bars Exports Of Hydroxychloroquine With Some Exceptions
Huge Uptake Of Domestic Stocks
India has prohibited exports of hydroxychloroquine, though with concessions in specific instances, days after a national task force recommended the drug for the prophylaxis of SARS-CoV-2 infections. Home market supplies of the drug also appear strained for now.
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