Governor Doria Says He Is Not Taking Chloroquine: I Follow Doctors, Not Bolsonaro

Yesterday morning, Doria announced that he has tested positive for the disease, but that he is asymptomatic. His wife, Bia Doria, is also infected and symptom-free.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The governor of São Paulo, João Doria said yesterday that he is not taking chloroquine to treat Covid-19. He seized the opportunity to taunt President Jair Bolsonaro, an advocate of the drug with no scientific evidence for treating the illness.

"No way. I only take what the doctors recommended, not what President Bolsonaro recommends. And the doctors don't recommend chloroquine. In fact, Dr. [infectologist] David Uip has not prescribed me any medication, only isolation," the governor said in an interview with CNN Brasil.

"There was no recommendation [for chloroquine] and there wouldn . . .

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