SEAN HANNITY (HOST): There was a long period of time where Dr. Oz was asking anybody that took hydroxychloroquine, that had lupus or rheumatoid arthritis or had taken it as an anti-malarial, that had gotten or contracted COVID-19. They couldn't find hardly any people. There were instances, but they seemed very rare, just like they looked at the instances of countries where the drug is used to stop or prevent malaria. And there was -- also, there were two separate studies going on as whether or not it works as a prophylactic.
At the end of the day, there is one thing you cannot conclude here: that it's going to kill you.