TrialSite recently reported that in the Central American nation of El Salvador, the nation’s Ministry of Public Health (Ministerio de Salud Publica—MINSAL) had embraced the anti-parasitic drug ivermectin as part of a combination of recommendations for early-onset treatment of COVID-19 via an ambulatory home patient kit.
As shared by Salud Conlupa, every citizen in El Salvador (Central America) is provided with an "anti-COVID-19 kit" containing the following products free of charge by the government if needed.
The kit contains:
Paracetamol and aspirin (anti-inflammatory)Loratadine (antihistamine)Ivermectin (against parasite infestation)Azithromycin (antibiotic)Vitamin C (500mg)Vitamin D (2000 IU)Zinc (50mg)Electrolytes (minerals)
Guatemala and Bolivia are now also implementing this program.
The world is a big place and depending on what nation different approaches are contemplated to help treat the coronavirus. While the mainstream media in the United States will only publish misinformation at best, and outright lies in more egregious cases, health consumers should understand what’s unfolding around the world. It’s important to note however that in places like...
Note: If you need assistance with your subscription or would like to discuss a corporate subscription for more than 10 employees please contact us or use the chat (bottom right).