Coronavirus wonder drug Ivermectin banned in South Africa, the South Africans are dying, and they have no choice to whether they should use the tested Ivermectin or die, waiting for the medical science vaccine.
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Medical Science has not found a treatment that can cure Coronavirus, yet, in the interest of an unproven vaccine in Africa, South Africa, bans the Coronavirus wonder drug Ivermectin.
I am of the opinion, that I have the human right to be treated with Ivermectin, and should this not happen when I need it, I will have been murdered.
According to the WHO, Ivermectin is safe to use, and is prescribed for Onchocerciasis, in Africa, for use for both local and international volunteers.
African Programme for Onchocerciasis Control (APOC)
I quote from the article:
The treatment for onchocerciasis is ivermectin (brand name Mectizan®). Unlike previous treatments, which had serious – sometimes fatal – side effects, ivermectin is safe and can be used on a wide scale.
It is also a very effective treatment, and has single-handedly transformed the lives of millions of people suffering from onchocerciasis since its introduction in 1987.
In APOC countries, it is estimated that 65% of the total population living in an endemic area need to take ivermectin annually to eliminate onchocerciasis as a public health problem.
In 1987, the manufacturer of ivermectin – Merck & Co., Inc. – declared that it would donate ivermectin free of charge for as long as is needed. This unprecedented donation is administered through the Mectizan Donation Program, which works with ministries of health and other partners to distribute the drug.
Onchocerciasis is evil, if we are no allowed Ivermectin for Coronavirus, then Coronavirus is not as evil;
I quote from the article:
WHO recommends treating onchocerciasis with ivermectin at least once yearly for between 10 to 15 years. Where O. volvulus co-exists with Loa loa, treatment strategies have to be adjusted. Loa loa is a parasitic filarial worm that is endemic in Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Nigeria and South Sudan. Treatment of individuals with high levels of L. loa in the blood can sometimes result in severe adverse events. In affected countries, it is recommended to follow the Mectizan Expert Committee (MEC)/APOC recommendations for the management of severe adverse events.
This post is a public record, that I will request Ivermectin treatment from the Hospital that I am sent to, or that I approach, and should I not receive the treatment with Ivermectin, my legal team are waiting in the wings to claim restitution.
South African Citizen, who makes the averment that my human rights have been abused:
Cedric de la Harpe