Source: Sky News on Twitter

video

A little bit of breaking news, hydroxychloroquine, you may have heard of, quite a bit of mention about it and the U.S. President who has talked about it often enough. And the UK regulator we are hearing via one of the news agencies has given the green light to a clinical trial of hydroxychloroquine to prevent COVID-19 and in health care workers. There is of course a global study already ongoing and that will immediately resume the enrollment of workers in places like hospitals, other front line health care facilities after getting approval from the U.K. medicines agency, we will have more on that just as we get it, when we get it.

From SkyNews.






Related:

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro tests positive for COVID-19: Treated with hydroxychloroquine

HOW AUSTRALIA’S ABC JOINED IN ONE OF THE GREATEST MEDICAL SCANDALS IN HISTORY

Hydroxychloroquine: The Drug Costa Rica Uses Successfully To Fight Covid-19

Political Opinion: Andrew Marr, Professor Peter Horby, Mark Zuckerberg and an internationalist agenda

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on whatsapp
On Trend

Latest Stories

Stark madness to ban ivermectin

Buried in the note is the real reason for making ivermectin inaccessible – the fear that persons taking it ‘may elect not to be vaccinated as part of the national Covid-19 vaccination program’. This is outrageous. When someone is infected with Covid, it is too late to bother with vaccination. They need early treatment. To deny it to coerce them into accepting a vaccine, one of whose side-effects is death, is immoral.

Read More »

Australia’s TGA Bans GPs from Prescribing Ivermectin

Australia’s medicine and therapeutic regulatory, the Therapeutic Good Administration (TGA) recently took the gloves off with Ivermectin, the economical anti-parasitic drug associated with at least 63 completed clinical trials involving SARS-CoV-2, the virus behind COVID-19. Now TGA formally places a national prohibition on off-label prescribing of ivermectin to all general practitioners. A comparable move as to what TGA did with hydroxychloroquine in 2020. Clearly further evidence of tightening encroachment of the critically important doctor-patient treatment relationship allowing consent to medical treatment using off-label medications. Of course, this isn’t occurring in a vacuum—it’s part of an unfolding, integrated and what have the signs of a coordinated and orchestrated government action to stop any and all treatments other than those the government declares acceptable.

Read More »