The rush to make this cheap and decades-old medicine easily accessible led the US Food & Drug Administration to lift import restrictions on three plants of another Indian pharmaceutical company, Ipca Laboratories Ltd, on March 20.
posted on 03/27/2020 12:17:03 AM PDT
posted on 03/27/2020 12:17:27 AM PDT
( Toi la nguoi My. Toi bay gio o Viet Nam.)
Obviously no one thinks this drug will help. /s
posted on 03/27/2020 12:30:37 AM PDT
(Democrats kill babies and harvest their organs to sell)
Think I read that Myland Labs in Pennsylvania or West Virginia is starting production.
Don't have a hissyfit India, we invented it, I'm sure we can make it here.
posted on 03/27/2020 12:31:03 AM PDT
(Diversity is applied Marxism!)
Maybe if they put half the effort into producing more that they do into rationing what they have...
posted on 03/27/2020 12:33:04 AM PDT
(We must deport all liberals until we can figure out what the hell is going on.)
Ban the import of Indian guest workers as a response.
posted on 03/27/2020 1:09:12 AM PDT
I would do the same if I were in charge in India. Supposedly we are receiving millions of doses from Israel and another country. That should be enough to cover the first wave. Then we will theoretically receive plenty from the facility in West Virginia. Maybe there’s no problem here. I am ready to be corrected if I am wrong.
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