No. During this time of national suffering and need, our physician group has decided to preserve the supply of these medicines for those who need them for their health. There is limited data suggesting these medicines may help with severe COVID-19, but this data is not sufficient to support prescribing it and will not be prescribed by the physician group at PlushCare until a recommendation by the CDC or another authoritative medical organization is issued.
There are preferable alternatives for malaria prophylaxis, and physicians will not prescribe this medicine for malaria prophylaxis. For those with rheumatoid arthritis or other autoimmune conditions and need this drug, we require proof of prior prescription — we will call your pharmacist directly to verify you need this medicine and have taken it previously prior to prescribing.