Slovakia Authorized Ivermectin: Then What Happened?

Slovakia Authorized Ivermectin Then What Happened

TrialSite was able to touch base again with research Ondrej Halgas with the University of Toronto. Back in late January of this year, we reported that Slovakia was the first EU-based nation to formally authorize the use of ivermectin for both prophylaxis and treatment for COVID-19 patients. A biomedical researcher, Dr. Halgas has been active in the Slovakian community and provided important insight for that update. TrialSite caught up again with Halgas to learn more about how the administration of ivermectin in Slovakia was coming along. On March 23, TrialSite did report on the situation based on another expat interview and updates from various press sources.  There were reports that at least by late January and early February, many Slovakians were mail ordering supplies of ivermectin, which were stopped at customs, never released to the individuals that made the order. Halgas reports that supplies of ivermectin have improved somewhat and that depending on pharmacy, there was more access, but nowhere near enough to satisfy, the demand based on the recent COVID-19 spike in this part of Europe. In a dynamic and unfolding situation, now as more supply found its way into the country (...

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