Ivermectin now banned in South Africa

At Vlad Tepes we have posted extensively on HCQ and even other medications that evidence indicates will help with Covid 19. It has been our outrageous theory that these medications become unavailable, restricted, illegal and banned despite being old and safe medications that are proven safe, certainly when monitored during use, precisely because it DOES work for Covid, and its wide availability would end the crisis across the developed world.

We have also posted evidence as presented to various US congressional or Senate committees on the use of Ivermectin for Covid.

Now its banned from import in South Africa.

His links on Ivermectin 1 and his second link

Link to VladTepes post with videos of testimony on Ivermectin

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    lvermectin Prophylaxis for high risk individuals
    0.2 mg/kg* — one dose on day 1 and day 3, then take
    one dose weekly for 10 weeks, followed by one dose
    every 2 weeks**

    Post COVID-19 exposure prophylaxis***
    0.2 mg/kg* — one dose on day 1 and day 3
    Vitamin D3 1,000–3,000 IU/day
    Vitamin C 1,000mg twice a day
    Quercetin 250mg/day
    Zinc 50mg/day
    Melatonin 6mg before bedtime (causes drowsiness)

    lvermectin 0.2 mg/kg* — one dose on day 1 and day 3
    Vitamin D3 4,000 IU/day
    Vitamin C 2,000 mg 2–3 times daily
    Quercetin 250mg twice a day
    Zinc 100mg/day
    Melatonin 10mg before bedtime (causes drowsiness)
    Aspirin 325mg/day (unless contraindicated)
    * ? 0.09 mg/lb per dose (take on an empty stomach with water). Example for a per-
    son of 60kg (body weight): 60kg × 0.2mg = 12mg — please see conversion table
    (kg?lbs) on page 2 to calculate the appropriate ivermectin dose.
    ** This dosing may be updated as further scientific studies emerge.
    *** To use if a household member is COVID-19 positive, or you have prolonged
    exposure to a COVID-19 positive patient without wearing a mask
    **** For late phase — hospitalized patients — see the FLCCC’s MATH+ Hospital Treatment
    Protocol for COVID-19 on http://www.flccc.net

  2. South Africa:
    A new variant of the coronavirus has been detected in South Africa … believed to be driving South Africa’s second coronavirus wave…

    Clinicians have been providing anecdotal evidence of a shift in the clinical epidemiological picture, in particular noting that they are seeing a larger proportion of younger patients with no co-morbidities presenting with critical illness.…

    The South African variant may have a mutation that could allow faster spread. Viruses mutate over time, but usually at a slow rate of around two per month. But scientists are now seeing between 10 to 20 mutations that were not previously seen at the end of September 2020.

    Some of the mutations are likely to be irrelevant, but one, the N501Y mutation — found in the new South African lineage, as well as a recent new variant discovered in the UK — means the novel virus has a different spike protein.

    That is how it binds to ACE2 receptors in humans, and the different configuration could be helping the new variants spread more quickly between people.

    South African scientists speculate that the higher viral loads they’re seeing on swab samples of the new lineage, compared to previous versions of Covid-19, could indicate it is more efficient at transmission.…

    The South African mutations may have some consequences for whether the current international Covid-19 vaccines will be as effective against the new Covid-19 variant here.…


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