Brazil’s pharmacies sold over 52 million “covid kit” pills in pandemic, despite lack of efficacy against Covid-19

Hydroxychloroquine, advertised by Bolsonaro, had over 1.3 million boxes sold in the country, despite having no proven efficacy in the treatment of Covid-19.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian pharmacies sold over 52 million tablets of four drugs from the so-called "covid kit" in one year of pandemic: hydroxychloroquine sulfate, azithromycin, ivermectin, and nitazoxanide. According to an exclusive survey by Agência Pública, more than 6.6 million bottles and boxes of these four drugs were sold from March 2020 to March 2021.

Within all this demand of custom boxes and packaging boxes have increased.

The figures represent only the sales of these drugs in private pharmacies . . .

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