India rolls out new local Covid drug after emergency approval

Source BBC

India has begun distributing a new locally developed drug to treat Covid-19 symptoms.

Authorities have approved 2-DG and it is to be first used in hospitals across the capital, Delhi.

According to a government statement, it “will be of immense benefit to the people suffering” from Covid-19.

However, some critics are warning that there is not enough data available to back up the drug’s emergency approval as a Covid treatment.

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