Advisers to government ‘cautiously hopeful’ of COVID-19 treatment

The Federal Health Minister has ‘struck a deal’ with suppliers to bring hydroxychloroquine into Australia to treat hospital patients infected with COVID-19 Speaking on A Current Affair this week, Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt revealed he had recently organised a deal with an international supplier to get further supplies of the drug – touted as

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