Largest analysis of hydroxychloroquine use finds no benefit for coronavirus, increased deaths

That drug that Trump has been recommending everybody take against coronavirus isn’t doing so well in testing. It’s almost like Trump has no medical experience whatsoever besides knowing the best way to snort Adderall.

An anti-malaria drug touted by President Trump as a potential “game changer” amid the coronavirus outbreak showed no benefit for patients, according to an analysis of those hospitalized in Veterans Health Administration medical centers.

The analysis found the two primary outcomes for COVID-19 patients treated with hydroxychloroquine were death and the need for mechanical ventilation.

The analysis was conducted retrospectively, based on data from patients hospitalized with confirmed coronavirus infections in all Veterans Health Administration medical centers until April 11.

The study analyzed only 368 patients but represented the largest look at the outcomes of COVID-19 patients treated with hydroxychloroquine — with or without azithromycin, a common antibiotic — anywhere in the world.

Here’s Precisely When You’ll Get Your Stimulus Check

If the IRS doesn’t have your direct deposit information on file, it could take some time to actually see a check:

If the IRS has your direct deposit information on file: the week ending April 17.
Paper checks for people with up to $10,000 in AGI: the week ending April 24.
Between $10,000 AGI and $20,000 AGI: the week ending May 1.
Between $20,000 AGI and $30,000 AGI: the week ending May 8.
Between $30,000 AGI and $40,000 AGI: the week ending May 15.
Between $40,000 AGI and $50,000 AGI: the week ending May 22.
Between $50,000 AGI and $60,000 AGI: the week ending May 29.
Between $60,000 AGI and $70,000 AGI: the week ending June 5.
Between $70,000 AGI and $80,000 AGI: the week ending June 12.
Between $80,000 AGI and $90,000 AGI: the week ending June 19.
Between $90,000 AGI and $100,000 AGI: the week ending June 26.
Between $100,000 AGI and $110,000 AGI: the week ending July 3.
Between $110,000 AGI and $120,000 AGI: the week ending July 10.
Between $120,000 AGI and $130,000 AGI: the week ending July 17.
Between $130,000 AGI and $140,000 AGI: the week ending July 24.
Between $140,000 AGI and $150,000 AGI: the week ending July 31.
Between $150,000 AGI and $160,000 AGI: the week ending Aug. 7.
Between $160,000 AGI and $170,000 AGI: the week ending Aug. 14.
Between $170,000 AGI and $180,000 AGI: the week ending Aug. 21.
Between $180,000 AGI and $190,000 AGI: the week ending Aug. 28.
Between $190,000 AGI and $198,000 AGI: the week ending Sept. 4.
All other checks (e.g., those who didn’t have tax info on file): the week ending Sept. 11.

No Shame Whatsoever

He doesn’t care if he gets caught in a lie. He just doesn’t care at all. And why should he? Nobody has made him accountable.