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Coronavirus Special Report: What’s next for the surplus of hydroxychloroquine?

Bottles of hydroxychloroquine pills wait to be distributed in hospitals in San Salvador, El Salvador, on April 21.
Bottles of hydroxychloroquine pills wait to be distributed in hospitals in San Salvador, El Salvador, on April 21. (Yuri Cortez/AFP via Getty Images file photo)

In tonight’s podcast, we delve into the latest in health policy news: What will states that purchased the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine do with their supplies of the increasingly discredited COVID-19 treatment option? And what should we expect from Dr. Anthony Fauci’s Senate testimony next week? Also, Republican lawmakers reckon with oversight.

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