At anti-vaccination meeting: 7 doctors infected with Corona – they touted anthelmintics as protection!

It’s getting wilder and wilder! An anti-vaccine meeting has infected 7 doctors who attended the event! Especially tragic – the doctors had touted the vermifuge ivermectin as protection!

7 Anti-vaccine Doctors Infected with Corona

Seven doctors who attended an anti-vaccine summit contracted COVID-19 despite the summit advertising ivermectin and other alternative “treatments” to prevent transmission. The doctors all attended the COVID summit in Ocala, Florida, on November 6. The event focused on “natural immunity, recovered COVID and vaccination requirements, COVID vaccinations and children, successful outpatient therapies to treat COVID, and obtaining religious and medical exemptions from vaccination requirements,” according to a description of the event published by WFOR-TV.

Ivermectin should protect

At the conference, 71-year-old cardiologist and vaccination opponent Dr. Bruce Boros proclaimed, “My wife and I have been taking ivermectin for 16 months. I’ve never felt healthier in my life.

Two days later, he contracted COVID-19, summit organizer Dr. John Littell told The Daily Beast. Six other people also tested positive or developed symptoms “within days” of the conference, Littell added. Littell said he believed those infected had not contracted the virus at the conference but in their home countries before arriving there. In humans, ivermectin is used to treat parasitic worms, head lice and skin conditions such as rosacea. Right-wing politicians and media figures have promoted it as COVID-19 therapy.

Warning about Ivermectin

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However, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have warned against using ivermectin as a COVID-19 treatment. Clinical data have not shown the drug to be effective in preventing COVID-19 or relieving symptoms in COVID-19 patients.

Merck, a pharmaceutical company that manufactures the drug, has stated that there is “no meaningful evidence of clinical activity or efficacy in patients with COVID-19.”

Still, Littell has remained a big proponent of the drug. He reportedly writes prescriptions for the drug for people in other states who can’t find medical professionals locally, according to Yahoo News. He has also issued numerous medical exemptions for vaccinations.

All propaganda?

Other speakers at the summit included Dr. Pierre Kory of Wisconsin. Kory said a “Pharmageddon” has taken place over ivermectin, with the pharmaceutical and medical industries launching a “PR campaign to destroy the reputation of the drug.”

In December 2020, Kory told the U.S. Senate that ivermectin was “indeed a ‘miracle drug'” that could stop disease and its transmission. Associated Press fact-checkers classified his claims as “false.”

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