Skip to comments.Have the chloroquine stocks in the central pharmacy of Paris hospitals been looted?( translated from French)
Posted on 03/30/2020 6:37:25 AM PDT by Candor7
Translation French to English by GOOGLE:
Clumsy remarks by Professor Christian Perronne on LCI suggested that the central pharmacy of Paris hospitals had been the victim of a pillaging of drugs that could be used to fight against the coronavirus. The AP-HP denied any theft.
Question asked by Paul on 03/21/2020
Many of you asked us about the comments made on Friday March 20, 2020, on LCI by Professor Christian Perronne, who heads the infectious diseases department of the Raymond-Poincaré University Hospital (AP-HP) in Garches. In an extract very shared on social networks, we can hear Christian Perronne report about chloroquine , an antimalarial drug which presents first positive results to treat Covid-19: It is the only drug available today for the sick. Unfortunately the central hospital pharmacy announced today that it was completely out of stock. That the stocks had been looted. It's a shame. The cabinets have been robbed. These are the emails we received today. The journalist asked her where the drugs were stolen. He answers: "I don't know, in the different stocks of hospital pharmacies."
According to the tweet that accompanies this video, "all the chloroquine stock has been stolen" . Contacted by CheckNews , the Assistance Publique -Hôpitaux de Paris formally denies any looting: " There was no theft or stock-out of hydroxychloroquine at the AP-HP / Ageps central pharmacy, which however saw a very, very large increase in orders from internal pharmacies (hospital pharmacies) on Friday.
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Joined by CheckNews, Professor Christian Perronne recognizes a form of awkwardness in his remarks made on LCI. Contrary to what many viewers may have understood, the doctor meant that the stocks of chloroquine are currently empty and not that they have been robbed. The doctor sent us the email he received Friday afternoon, which reports the absence of these drugs in the stocks of the central pharmacy of Paris hospitals.
A pharmacist from the General Agency for Equipment and Health Products responds to a pharmacist at Garches hospital who asked her to deliver Plaquenil (a drug containing hydroxychloroquine): Since this morning we have been ordered to manage in shortage this product in front of the explosion of orders hardly the stock received. We are therefore awaiting instructions in order to distribute the stock between the different establishments. This decision to follow up on the lack of "civility" of certain establishments which have clearly given instructions to their boarding interns to "empty our stocks" during the guards. We therefore deplore the lack of solidarity between establishments and this only increases our workload " This message therefore makes it possible to realize that certain Parisian hospitals no longer had Plaquenil, not because stocks were burgled, but because other establishments have taken too much.
Following this shortage of chloroquine, the AP-HP tells CheckNews that new distribution rules are in place: "From this Sunday, these drugs continue to be delivered to patients who usually take it as part of chronic pathologies. Within the framework of Covid-19, they will be delivered only within the framework of supervised therapeutic trials and intended to test its effectiveness.
Looks like Big Pharm is tightening its socialist screws.
We cannot allow that to happen in America , the reason for this post.
BEWARE THE FDA AND THE CDC, as well as Fauci and Birx. It may be that the current HCQ testing in New York was not properly administered ( HCQ must be given early in the disease prior to temperature spike and lungs filling with mucus))
If true PDT should send some of our stock of Chloroquine. Save some lives most importantly, good PR secondarily.
Whatever happens, a generic can’t be allowed to be the solution!
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