Oklahoma trying to return $2 million of hydroxychloroquine

Officials in Oklahoma are reportedly trying to offload a $2 million stockpile of hydroxychloroquine — the malaria drug once touted by former President Donald Trump as a potential coronavirus treatment.

Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt ordered the purchase of 1.2 million pills, or about 100,000 doses, from a California-based pharmaceutical wholesaler in April.

At the time, Stitt said that even if the drug proved ineffective against COVID-19, it still had multiple other uses…

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