@InterBang @WtfAllSkill @verycosmic It’s permanent in the nerves. Like herpes.
Phase 1 is hemoglobin destruction, which HCQ averts by preventing binding to hemoglobin. Phase 2 is that again, and mass destruction of epithelial cells all over, causing massive blood clots from all the debris.
HCQ does not prevent that.
— Adam Gaertner (@veryvirology) May 12, 2020