Louisiana contractor for Bayer dies of Covid-19

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A contractor employed by the Bayer plant in Luling, LA died from complications due to the coronavirus last week.  The contractor tested positive for Covid-19 last week, but was at the Bayer location on March 5.  The facility has been cleaned and Bayer is testing all who came in contact with the person.

Wait a second!  Last week, Bayer donated three million tablets of their malaria drug Resochin to the US government to possibly fight against the symptoms of Covid-19.  However, Bayer could not find one tablet to give to a person that worked for him.  If Bayer thought that this tablet really worked, then they would have given one of their employees the tablet.


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