In India, a pharmacist died from a home-made from COVID-19

By | June 29, 2020
In India, a pharmacist died from a home-made

For the treatment of coronavirus, a man bought chemicals on the market, including nitric oxide and sodium nitrate.
In India, an employee of a pharmaceutical company died after testing he developed for the treatment of COVID-19 coronavirus. This was reported on the eve by CNA, citing the Chennai police. “An Indian pharmacist died and his head went to the hospital after they both drank the chemical mixture that they developed to treat coronavirus disease,” the report said.

According to police, a 47-year-old man named Sivanesan worked for a herbal medicine company. He bought chemicals from the local market for the treatment of coronavirus, including nitric oxide and sodium nitrate. Sivanesan also persuaded his boss, named Rajkumar, to take the “medicine.” As a result, the pharmacist died, and his boss was hospitalized with severe poisoning.

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