US sending Texas hospitals 500 cases of remdesivir as COVID-19 cases surge

Maia Anderson –
Thursday, July 30th, 2020
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President Donald Trump stated during a July 29 interview that the 500 cases will suffice to deal with 3,200 patients..

Medical facilities throughout the U.S. have actually reported shortages of remdesivir. A third of healthcare facility pharmacists said in a recent study performed by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists that they do not have sufficient remdesivir to treat all qualified COVID-19 patients..

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Texas is one of 10 states that reported record-high typical everyday brand-new COVID-19 deaths July 28, CNBC reported. The state currently has more than 9,500 hospitalized COVID-19 patients, a 62 percent boost from a month back..

The U.S. government is sending out Texas medical facilities 500 cases of remdesivir as COVID-19 deaths in the state hit record highs, CNBC reported..

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