US President Donald Trump said on Saturday (April 4) that he had appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to release the U.S. regulation on hydroxychloroquine supplies that can be used to treat COVID-19 coronavirus patients.
“After today’s call to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India is seriously considering lifting the repeal of the United States’ regulation on hydroxychloroquine,” President Trump told the media.
The US president also said that he would also take a tablet of hydroxychloroquine after talking to his doctors. “I can take it too, I need to talk to my doctors,” he added.
“India makes a lot of it. They also need a lot for their over a billion people. The hydroxychloroquine, the malaria drug, is released for treatment through the Strategic National Stockpile. I said I would appreciate it if you released the amounts that we had hydroxychloroquine have ordered, “President Trump noted.
In particular, the Indian government has banned the export of hydroxychloroquine and its formulations since the outbreak of the coronavirus in India.
President Trump said on Saturday (April 4) that the U.S. could suffer many deaths over the next few weeks due to the deadly virus. President Trump spoke about the spread of the corona virus in the United States in the United States in the next two weeks and said: “There will be a lot of death.”
However, President Trump claimed that the number of deaths can remain low if certain mitigation measures are taken. “This will likely be the hardest week between this week and the next week, and unfortunately there will be a lot of death, but a lot less death than if it weren’t, but there will be death,” Trump said during the Coronavirus Task Force briefing . In particular, the United States has registered more than 3 Lakh Coronavirus cases, and the current death toll from deadly viruses in the country is 8,291.
On Saturday, PM Modi and President Trump agreed to fully use the partnership between the two countries to tackle the deadly COVID-19 pandemic of the coronavirus. The two leaders held a long phone call and discussed the crisis the world is currently facing.
On the microblogging website Twitter, PM Modi said: “We had a long phone conversation with President Donald Trump. We had a good discussion and agreed to use the full strength of the Indian-American partnership to combat COVID-19.”