Despite legal risks, Andy Li from Zhengzhou, Henan province, distributes the HIV drug Kaletra, also known as Aluvia, to coronavirus patients for free. Phot: Andy LiDespite legal risks, Andy Li from Zhengzhou, Henan province, distributes the HIV drug Kaletra, also known as Aluvia, to coronavirus patients for free. Phot: Andy Li
Despite legal risks, Andy Li from Zhengzhou, Henan province, distributes the HIV drug Kaletra, also known as Aluvia, to coronavirus patients for free. Phot: Andy Li

How one man is giving hope and free HIV drugs to China’s coronavirus patients

  • Andy Li runs an online platform that lets people with extra medications share them with people in need
  • He says he knows from personal experience what it means to feel helpless in the face of a diagnosis

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Despite legal risks, Andy Li from Zhengzhou, Henan province, distributes the HIV drug Kaletra, also known as Aluvia, to coronavirus patients for free. Phot: Andy LiDespite legal risks, Andy Li from Zhengzhou, Henan province, distributes the HIV drug Kaletra, also known as Aluvia, to coronavirus patients for free. Phot: Andy Li
Despite legal risks, Andy Li from Zhengzhou, Henan province, distributes the HIV drug Kaletra, also known as Aluvia, to coronavirus patients for free. Phot: Andy Li
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