A peer-reviewed study measuring the effectiveness of a controversial drug cocktail that includes hydroxychloroquine concluded that the treatment lowered hospitalizations and mortality rates of coronavirus patients.
The study, set to be published in the International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents in December, determined that “Low-dose hydroxychloroquine combined with zinc and azithromycin was an effective therapeutic approach against COVID-19.”
A total of 141 patients diagnosed with the coronavirus were treated with the three-drug cocktail over a period of five days and compared to a control group of 377 people who tested positive for the virus but were not given the treatment.
The study found that “the odds of hospitalisation of treated patients was 84% less than in the untreated patients,” and only one patient died from the group being treated with the drugs compared to 13 deaths in the untreated group.
Hydroxychloroquine became a controversial issue during the height of the coronavirus pandemic when President Trump championed the drug as an effective coronavirus treatment, which immediately drew criticism from the media and several health experts.
2. The Rebel did a full story on the Stasi lockup of a BBQ joint for daring to serve food to people who chose to be there.
Police raid and shut down @adamsonbarbecue over their defiance of the lockdown earlier this morning.
— Rebel News (@RebelNewsOnline) November 26, 2020
3. Randy Hillier was charged, not sure about arrested, one tweet says he was, but charged at a demo against lockdowns. Finally the lagality of these measures will be tested in court. Something governments appear to have been avoiding. Let the fun begin.
— NoMoreLockdowns (@NoLockdowns1) November 26, 2020
4. If a machine rolled up to you and started demanding you do things, what would you do to that machine? What should you?
5. He forgot politics. But yeah
Check the stats. U.S. deaths this year are pretty much in line with years past. But deaths from pneumonia, heart disease and the flu are down. So what do you think is going on? Yup. Deaths previously attributed to other causes are now blamed on Covid. Why? Because $$$$$$$
— Neal Boortz (@Talkmaster) November 26, 2020
Thank you all for your many contributions to this and all posts this week. There is more to come. We will try and plow through the rest of the Senate hearings to find more credible witness statements on how the election was cheated.
The following observation deserves a lot of thought:
Imagine if the cops changed the locks on drug houses, as fast as they changed the locks on Etobicoke BBQ Restaurant…
— Reiko Koyama (@reikokoyama79) November 26, 2020
Have to add this:
— President Elect Don Pelayo (@Reitxs) November 27, 2020