@Hoytster @hsemorris It’s not technically prophylactic – cells do get infected – but they are immediately cured, so…
It's not technically prophylactic – cells do get infected – but they are immediately cured, so it might as well be.
HCQ on the other hand may be prophylactic as it blocks a spike binding domain – but given how many binding sites it has, God only knows if it blocks them all.
— Adam Gaertner (@veryvirology) June 8, 2020