WARNING UPDATE: Though several studies suggest Ivermectin may be an effective treatment for COVID, there is increasing evidence that people are self-medicating with the drug, overdosing and poisoning themselves. This is a drug, and it should not be taken without a doctor’s prescription. READ: Kansas medical experts warn against rising self-use of ivermectin to treat COVID-19 AND CDC warns of increased Ivermectin overdoses
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As the mainstream media and social media continue to bash Ivermectin, as an effective cure for COVID, studies are painting a different story.
Not only is the drug showing to be a possible treatment for those who have caught the virus, a study published in a peer-reviewed medical journal concluded that Ivermectin may also be effective in preventing a person from catching COVID.
And this study comes with an interesting twist, because it involved people working in the health care industry, who were on the front lines in the battle against COVID in India.
The study, conducted by researchers from the ‘All India Institute of Medicine’, tested the use of Ivermectin on a voluntary group of 3,532 health workers. Those participating in the study were then tested for COVID the following month:
- 62.5% were given two doses of Ivermectin (72 hours a part)
- 5.3% were given one dose
- 32.2% did not receive Ivermectin
The study concluded that receiving two doses of Ivermectin reduced the chances of having COVID the following month by 83%. The study noted that even those who had taken just the single dose of Ivermectin had less than half the infection rate of those who didn’t take the cheap, safe drug used to fight parasites.