Teva, the Israeli drug manufacturer that is involved in an ongoing criminal investigation that alleged it was involved in a ‘massive conspiracy’ to bilk U.S. consumers out of billions of dollars in a price rigging scheme, is trying to clean up its tarnished image by donating some cheap generic anti-malarial drugs that are known to successfully treat coronavirus infections:
Israeli pharmaceutical company Teva is donating millions of doses of a malaria drug that is believed to be effective in fighting the symptoms of the coronavirus.
The Jerusalem Post reports that the six million doses of hydroxychloroquine sulfate will be shipped to US hospitals started March 31. By the end of next month, 10 million will be shipped.
It is uncertain how effective the malaria treatment will be against coronavirus, but research is currently ongoing.
Brendan O’Grady, Teva Executive Vice President, North America Commercial, said, “We are committed to helping to supply as many tablets as possible as demand for this treatment accelerates at no cost.”
“Immediately upon learning of the potential benefit of hydroxychloroquine, Teva began to assess supply and to urgently acquire additional ingredients to make more product while arranging for all of what we had to be distributed immediately,” he stated.
No doubt it’s no accident that Teva is donating 6,000,000 doses, probably after consulting some rabbis and the Kabbalah.
Maybe this ‘good deed’ will make the criminal investigation magically disappear.
It certainly wasn’t done out of the kindness of their hearts, but that’s how the media will spin this story, carefully making sure not to mention the criminal conspiracy that Teva was involved in for years.
That said, notice how this article is cagey about whether or not chloroquine is effective against coronavirus — at least three different independent studies have shown it to be very effective treating coronavirus patients.
But they need to leave the door open for the magical, world-saving vaccine that will become mandatory for everyone, perhaps a very convenient way to usher in the ‘mark of the beast’ as promised in Revelations.