Clive Palmer's hydroxychloroquine doses 'unlikely ever to be used'

They were imported under a special exemption to help the country's COVID-19 response

The millions of hydroxychloroquine doses donated to the National Medical Stockpile by Clive Palmer are unlikely ever to be used in Australia.   

Clive Palmer.

The mining magnate and former politician offered to donate 32 million doses of the drug last year to help the country’s COVID-19 response, after it was dubbed a potential “game-changer”