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India Bans Many Pharmaceutical Exports

The User's Profile Chris Martenson March 4, 2020
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SARS-COV-2 has two distinct types (S-Cov and L-Cov) circulating which may explain why some areas are being hit harder than others.

India’s cases have jumped straight through a handful of cases to a small cluster (for a total of 28 cases).  In response to this and to the loss of precursor chemical from China, India immediately banned the export of 26 important pharmaceutical products including paracetamol (acetaminophen), and clindamycin (a very useful and popular antibiotic).

Meanwhile the din of public officials claiming that face masks do more harm than good in the public’s hands has reached an embarrassing fever pitch.  They are embarrassed to admit they failed to plan and are now on a very dishonest campaign to sow confusion in the public’s mind about the use and function of masks.

Later, when sufficient masks are available ,t hey will then have to try and undo this misinformation campaign.  Maybe they should try honesty sometime?

Remember; it’s case, case, case, cluster, cluster, boom!

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