Global Takeover of Healthcare Comes to Switzerland As Pressures from Above Stop Doctors from Treating COVID-19 Patients with Ivermectin

Global Takeover of Healthcare Comes to Switzerland As Pressures from Above Stop Doctors from Treating COVID-19 Patients with Ivermectin

The ivermectin controversy continues to unfold worldwide as many doctors prescribing the drug, successfully they might add, face growing scrutiny and even heavy-handed tactics leading to censorship and other repressive policies from governments and physician licensing boards. The latest news takes the TrialSite community to the shores of Lake Leman in French-speaking Switzerland. Apparently, doctors at Hospital Riviera-Chablais have been successfully treating patients here for COVID-19 since January 2021. According to physicians, 350 to 400 patients have been successfully treated, helping them to overcome COVID-19. But too much success broadcast on social media generates attention from elites in high places. As patients raved online of a great track record associated with ivermectin, the hospital’s Medical Committee undoubtedly was contacted by some powerful people—from within Switzerland and without. They summarily banned the use of ivermectin in this Swiss hospital, declaring that “only national and international recommendations concerning the treatment of COVID-19 should guide the management of COVID-19 cases,” reported Christophe Schull, Head of Communicati...

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