INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- A local radio station is [...]
The Food and Drug Administration hasn't even approved hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for COVID-19, but that hasn't stopped people from hoarding it and causing a shortage for those who need it most.
Her symptoms started back on March 15: a headache, a dry cough, shortness of breath and chest pressure.
Healthy patients with mild symptoms are still encouraged to self-quarantine for up to 14 days.
The doctor says an ambulance rushed the woman to Ascension St. Vincent Hospital.
The new option will allow millions of older people to take care of ongoing medical problems as well as new concerns, while heeding public health advice to stay home during the outbreak.
Officials at Roche say their involvement in developing a test kit for coronavirus has been going on for weeks.
"We are taking really unprecedented steps for us."
UPDATE: The National Weather Service at Indianapolis tweeted March 12: [...]
"It really is one of the major storms of the season."