Phil McCausland4h ago / 7:40 PM UTCThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned against using chloroquine phosphate to treat coronavirus in a set of official guidance on Saturday after the agency said it learned that the substance killed one person and left another critically ill. “Chloroquine phosphate, when used without a prescription and supervision of a healthcare provider, can cause serious health consequences, including death,” the CDC warning said. NBC News previously reported on an Arizona couple, both in their 60s, who became deathly ill after they ingested fish food that contained chloroquine phosphate.The man’s wife said she’d watched televised briefings during which President Trump talked about the potential benefits of chloroquine, which has not been approved to treat or prevent COVID-19.”We were afraid of getting sick,” the wife said.Read the full story here.Nicole Acevedo 4h ago / 7:04 PM UTCItaly sees nearly 900 coronavirus deaths overnightPriest Don Marcello gives a blessing to the coffins of the deceased inside the church of San Giuseppe in Seriate, Italy on March 28, 2020.Piero Cruciatti / AFP – Getty ImagesItalian officials said Saturday that 889 people died of coronavirus overnight, bringing the death toll in the country to 10,023.The number of coronavirus cases in Italy also


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