So... You're saying it won't work? It is my understanding that hydroxychloroquine does NOT kill the virus, it just interupts the receptors of the virus from binding properly... It would also appear that there is potential anti-inflammatory benefits from the drug. As I understand it, it is not the virus itself that causes the issues but our own inflammatory response to the virus. So, hydroxychloroquine reduces the virus's ability to bind to our cells, and it potentially reduces the inflammatory response our body has to the virus.... It does NOT kill the virus. But it does look to be a potentially beneficial treatment, and possible preventative to the virus... VERY GOOD NEWS... (Someone please correct me if I am incorrect). Currently, I feel that widespread testing would greatly benefit in getting people back to work, and isolating infected/treating people. One of the biggest factors causing the hysteria, is that this virus can be spread rapidly from people with few or no symptoms... Currently we only have three cases of confirmed cases in Fresno County (all from travelers)... But with limited testing, we really have no idea what those numbers really are, and who is spreading it.