You-all may remember a number of clinical (big-time, double-blind, etc.) studies regarding Hydroxychloroquine began in various places some time ago. I've been expecting them to start to surface with results. About this test below, I've been reading about it for a couple of days, but most info is behind paywalls. Finally, this one at the Gateway Pundit popped up.
See also this report by veteran journalist Sharyl Attkisson.
It involved 2,451 patients over a six-month period. (French Dr. Didier Raoult released a study with similar results last month in France that involved over 3,000 patients.) In the video embedded in the article, Dr Ramin Oskoui notes that we've seen excellent results with Hydroxy in Spain, Italy, France, Turkey, and Morocco.
We can expect more studies producing reports this summer. A lot of people are eating their words, too -- because President Trump touted Hydroxy, the American Left went full force against it. And some time ago, The Lancet, the prestigious Brit Medical Journal, got seriously burned by a fake Hydroxy study that purported to show the drug did not help at all. It took about a week for that "fake news" to crash, for The Lancet to publish an humiliating apology, and even the shadowy organization that sponsered that "study" then went out of business.
Remember, Hydroxy has to be administered quickly after diagnosis, and many articles say it should be taken with zinc, as apparently the zinc does the job; the Hydroxy allows the zinc into the infected cells, where it kills the virus. But whatever the details, this is an important breakthrough about Hydroxychloroquine.