Hydroxychloroquine / India / Sources

India has cleared first list of 13 countries for Hydroxychloroquine. USA had asked for 48 lakh tablets of HCQ, India has sanctioned 35.82 lakh tablets. India has also sent 9MT API to US, as per their request: Sources

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