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mappedThe US, India and Brazil have seen the highest number of confirmed cases, followed by the UK, Russia and France.
Very few places have been left untouched.
Full points for that.In a rare display of wit, I think that was deliberate on his part.
And right there is the problem with putting things in perspective. Cases are immaterial. The amount of hospital admissions and deaths should be the reason for lockdowns and other restrictions, not cases.
The US, India and Brazil have seen the highest number of confirmed cases, followed by the UK, Russia and France.mapped
Very few places have been left untouched.
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The best way to minimize the first is to maximize the second. You can't reduce admissions and deaths without reducing cases.The amount of hospital admissions and deaths should be the reason for lockdowns and other restrictions, not cases.
As opposed to those who put their trust in Joe Rogan?New this month but will be ignored by all those we put our trust in to lead us through this.
Take your argument up with: A.D.Santin1D.E.Scheim2P.A.McCullough3M.Yagisawa4T.J.Borody5As opposed to those who put their trust in Joe Rogan?
That people actually follow. And buy the horse version. This sort of stuff is getting dangerous.Take your argument up with: A.D.Santin1D.E.Scheim2P.A.McCullough3M.Yagisawa4T.J.Borody5
Joe Rogan is just a high profile example.
It’s not loaded. It’s a simple question. Do you trust your doctor?I direct you to post #5463, many ivm hit pieces are being debunked. Outright lies by some media, to what end?
Your question is a loaded question. Trust is earned and tested everyday, it isn't an ongoing right for anyone. For example, by virtue of her office I trusted Dr. Teresa Tam at the start of this pandemic. Then she said and did things that lost that trust. The same goes for politicians, supervisors, relatives etc. So your question is worthless and only meant to distract from the information I raised.
It’s not loaded. It’s a simple question. Do you trust your doctor? Yes, mostly.
do you believe that the current vaccines work? Places like Isreal, Gibralter, and now Canada among others, demonstrate we shouldn't rely on vaccines alone. We have more infections now with 70%+ vaccinated than we did with 0% vaccinated.
do you think that Invermectin is effective at preventing Covid or treating Covid? I've posted countless links to all the studies that support ivm in treating COVID-19. In a worldwide pandemic that has cost countless lives and trillions of dollars in economic damage, I can't think of any good reason to exclude this low cost treatment option that is more safe than aspirin.
your answers help me to understand the context behind why you are posting this stuff.
Ok good. That is likely the person you should be seeking advice on Invermectin.
right. But we aren’t just relying on vaccines alone. We actually have three approved treatment drugs. Drugs that went through the appropriate methodology to get approved. So no, we aren’t just relying on the Vaccine. It’s a combo of measures. Including masking, distancing, hand washing etc etc.
and there are way more studies and links that say the evidence that Invermectin has yet to be proven to be effective and requires more robust studies and clinical trials using actual methodology. Not anecdotal or observational studies. I have yet to see anything that says “NO” outright. Only that more study is required.
the issue is that anti vaxxers are pushing this treatment to the detriment of those who actually need the drug for its intended purpose (there is a shortage due to hoarding) and even more strangely normal people buying the livestock version to self treat becaus of what they read on the internet to confirm their own beliefs.
You can't reduce admissions and deaths without reducing cases.
A recent study on ivermectin suggests it my not be quite what men are looking for...
Ivermectin infertility story correction: FDA rejects 2011 Nigeria studyA national story regarding Ivermectin and a study regarding its effect on men’s reproductive health that KTSM published, has been removed from our website.www.wfla.com
Or possibly a Nobel Prize Winning alternative to vasectomies.A self-correcting system then?