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COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - South Carolina health officials say the state now has a limited supply of Remdesivir, the drug that got emergency use authorization from the FDA to treat patients with COVID-19.

The pharmaceutical company that owns the drug, Gilead Sciences, donated doses of Remdesivir to the federal government. © Provided by Columbia WIS TV The pharmaceutical company that owns the drug, Gilead Sciences, donated doses of Remdesivir to the federal government.

The pharmaceutical company that owns the drug, Gilead Sciences, donated doses of Remdesivir to the federal government.

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South Carolina got its first vials of the drug earlier this month, officials said. It was enough to treat 66 patients.

Remdesivir was shown to shorten the recovery time of some COVID-19 patients in a clinical trial, the FDA said.

So far, doctors of 59 patients across the state have requested, and received, Remdesivir. It’s a five-day treatment course.

South Carolina health officials developed a system to decide which patients would get the drug.

“Working non-stop last week, the Remdesivir advisory committee developed a clinically informed, ethical framework for allocation of the medication to South Carolinians to ensure the process is fair, equitable, patient-centered and clinically sound,” said Dr. Dee Ford, Professor of Medicine and Interim Division Director, Pulmonary, Critical Care, & Sleep Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina.

Since the initial doses of the drug were provided to South Carolina, the Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) said they have received an additional supply.

Doctors with COVID-19 patients can request Remdesivir. Once a request is reviewed and the patient is approved through the system the state set up, doctors can get their request fulfilled within a day, DHEC said.

Visit DHEC’s website to find more information about Remdesivir.

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Amazon employees behind Kindle, Echo now working on COVID-19 testing technology .
On Monday, GeekWire reported that the team behind the creation of Amazon's Kindle e-reader and Echo speakers is now working on developing COVID-19 testing. Currently, Amazon is working with existing labs to process COVID-19 tests done by their workers; however, last week, Bloomberg reported that self-administered test "samples may fly in Amazon cargo jets to a lab the company is setting up" in northern Kentucky.Like Apple, Google, and a handful of other tech giants, Amazon is refocusing some of its hardware development teams to create tools that support the health industry in their fight against COVID-19.

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