A health worker checks the plasma donated by a recovered Covid-19 patient in Bogota, Colombia on August 12. Photo: AFPA health worker checks the plasma donated by a recovered Covid-19 patient in Bogota, Colombia on August 12. Photo: AFP
A health worker checks the plasma donated by a recovered Covid-19 patient in Bogota, Colombia on August 12. Photo: AFP

politico | Coronavirus: FDA authorises plasma treatment over scientists’ objections

  • Trump unveils approval during press conference with HHS Secretary Alex Azar and FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn
  • President had accused FDA of slow-walking the therapy to harm his re-election chances, without offering any evidence

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A health worker checks the plasma donated by a recovered Covid-19 patient in Bogota, Colombia on August 12. Photo: AFPA health worker checks the plasma donated by a recovered Covid-19 patient in Bogota, Colombia on August 12. Photo: AFP
A health worker checks the plasma donated by a recovered Covid-19 patient in Bogota, Colombia on August 12. Photo: AFP
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