A leading Canadian microbiologist is sounding an alarm about overuse of precious antibiotics among the world's more than 8.7 million cases of COVID-19. Eric Brown has concerns about how COVID-19 could drive up antibiotic resistance in bacteria that aren't killed by standard drugs.


CBC—A leading Canadian microbiologist studying the overuse use of antibiotics in pandemic patients says overuse could have grave consequence down the road.

Experts slam U.S. for hoarding world’s supply of remdesivir — only licensed COVID-19 drug. The Department of Health and Human Services said Trump has secured 500,000 treatments of the drug through September, representing 100 per cent of Gilead’s July production capacity and 90 per cent of its capacity in August and September.