The bill allows public and privately owned labs to produce a chlorine dioxide solution, under pharmaceutical quality regulations.
Besides, physicians can administrate the drug with the consent of the patients or sufferer’s relatives. According to the norm, the pharmaceutical use is not mandatory but a precautionary and curative ‘alternative’ treatment.
Drugstores can sell the product without medical prescription, as long as they provide the dose and use method guidelines.
Bolivians marched today against the US-backed regime, past the Huayllani bridge, Sacaba, where the regime massacred anti-coup protesters on November 15th 2019. pic.twitter.com/pIbcSKIsiZ