The state of Ohio has reversed its ban on the anti-malarial drug Hydroxychloroquine for Coronavirus just hours after announcing the move.
Outraged citizens pressured Republican Governor Mike DeWine to intervene and successfully shut down the ban.
The Ohio Board of Pharmacy announced the ban to go into effect on July 30, but DeWine stepped in and snuffed out the ban Thursday.
The political class and medical establishment led by NIAID director Dr. Anthony Fauci is trying to sully Hydroxychloroquine’s reputation after President Donald Trump touted the drug, which people credit with saving their lives.
Fauci has recently personally targeted DeWine’s state of Ohio with criticism about its Coronavirus response….