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Coronavirus is little bit like y2k. At some point it will Jan 1, 2000 and the verdict will be in. It might be good to for many of you to pause before you spread anymore sensational ideas you can’t prove, considering at some point, they will be labeled as true or false.
The verdict is already in. Hydroxychloroquine (with zinc and azithromycin) cures Covid19 and big pharma is suppressing the therapy for ulterior motives.

What kind of confirmation are you waiting for? Bill Gates'?
 






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Was expecting to read about dark money, but didn't see anything of the sort. All I saw was a partisan piece of garbage as usual not addressing the actual evidence of the chloroquine therapy at all, except the typical appeal to authority (FDA in this case) that it's supposedly ineffective or even harmful.

You're discrediting yourself on this topic and should probably consider your own advice:
It might be good to for many of you to pause before you spread anymore sensational ideas you can’t prove, considering at some point, they will be labeled as true or false.
 






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the whole event was staged. It just so happens they should have picked better volunteers because this one clearly backfired.
Or maybe she was just volunteering what she knew to be true? On the other stuff..isn’t she from an African nation originally?
 






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Was expecting to read about dark money, but didn't see anything of the sort. All I saw was a partisan piece of garbage as usual not addressing the actual evidence of the chloroquine therapy at all, except the typical appeal to authority (FDA in this case) that it's supposedly ineffective or even harmful.

You're discrediting yourself on this topic and should probably consider your own advice:
you mean there is something wrong with posting an article that doesn’t make outlandish claims, but does point out that there is right wing funding for this, so that you can clearly see that this is part of a campaign strategy and not part of an organic movement to educate the public?

I have no problem with your assessment. You are right, I don’t support outlandish claims. Thank you for pointing out that this article supports this claim.
 






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Or maybe she was just volunteering what she knew to be true? On the other stuff..isn’t she from an African nation originally?
I was hoping that you would point out that she is Nigerian since countries like South Africa are spiking. It is becoming clear that hydroxychloroquine does not function as a preventative because it is preventing nothing in countries that do use this regularly for treatment and prevention of malaria.

Nigeria’s number still remain low, but they took steps early on to isolate the country by shutting down airports to socially distance themselves.

article about early days of the pandemic in Africa that references Nigeria.


So it’s not working as a preventative and it is not practical as a preventative either. It is also not a miracle or universal cure. The drug can only be taken if it is not going to interact with another medication, so you could say a large portion of the us is not a candidate to take this medication because of a preexisting condition.

it is also worth pointing out that when this medication is taken, it is being recommended in the early stages of the disease and has not been effective outside of this. It is questionable whether it has been effective at all because if you are experiencing a mild case, there is no reason to assume that this is the reason for the improvement and not a placebo effect.

it could have some effect on the inflammation, but it is going to have no effect on the potential for blood clots. Addressing blood clots does produce positive outcome even in severe cases.


so there is absolutely nothing true about hydroxychloroquine being a miracle cure. That is sensationalized campaign science and not an actual statement from someone educating the public about the present state of the pandemic.

it was a political or stunt. She may have volunteered because she is a trump supporter. This is why healthcare and politics should be separated.
 






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For the tenth ish time. My uncle had corona virus. They thought it was bronchitis before his test results came back (in the beginning when that was taking forever) so they prescribed him azithromyacin. In two days he felt all better. I’d like to see test results using a control group that just gets Zithro compared to zithro with hydro. I haven’t seen that at all. That’s my take.
 






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Oh, just a your religion is better comment?
Doesn’t she think she’s a Christian? She might have seen a few strange things in Africa..idk, I haven’t looked into her..I just briefly looked at the link.
 






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I was hoping that you would point out that she is Nigerian since countries like South Africa are spiking. It is becoming clear that hydroxychloroquine does not function as a preventative because it is preventing nothing in countries that do use this regularly for treatment and prevention of malaria.

Nigeria’s number still remain low, but they took steps early on to isolate the country by shutting down airports to socially distance themselves.

article about early days of the pandemic in Africa that references Nigeria.


So it’s not working as a preventative and it is not practical as a preventative either. It is also not a miracle or universal cure. The drug can only be taken if it is not going to interact with another medication, so you could say a large portion of the us is not a candidate to take this medication because of a preexisting condition.

it is also worth pointing out that when this medication is taken, it is being recommended in the early stages of the disease and has not been effective outside of this. It is questionable whether it has been effective at all because if you are experiencing a mild case, there is no reason to assume that this is the reason for the improvement and not a placebo effect.

it could have some effect on the inflammation, but it is going to have no effect on the potential for blood clots. Addressing blood clots does produce positive outcome even in severe cases.


so there is absolutely nothing true about hydroxychloroquine being a miracle cure. That is sensationalized campaign science and not an actual statement from someone educating the public about the present state of the pandemic.

it was a political or stunt. She may have volunteered because she is a trump supporter. This is why healthcare and politics should be separated.
Haha..well I don’t even think the virus is real anyway...but she seems to think that the people she’s treated for it got better. So why wouldn’t she think it works?

I don’t think she lives in Nigeria..so what does she have to do with any spikes there?
 






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Do you think the Ethiopians should organise some type of Covidaid concert for us ravaged first world countries?

One good turn deserves another and all that like.

It appears that this virus doesn't have any particular issue with ethnicity, as claimed by our media, but does have an issue with money as it dismantles the world economy.

Has nobody else stopped to wonder how a virus that is soooo contagious that we now are ordered to wear a face nappy just to go and buy food has not swept through the third world like every other fatal disease has wiping out millions of people?

How have these countries managed to stave off this marauding invisible enemy without social distancing, face nappies and ventilators?

Is it because their economies are not really worth looting or is it because their losses will be in the much anticipated second wave?
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