Hearing that hospital systems cannot cope with increased cases of seriously ill Covid patients is angering frustrated medical experts who tell me there is no need for this, and the guilty parties are the public health organizations and politicians, catering to the pharma industry, that have prevented the ability of millions of citizens from receiving safe and effective medication, either as a prophylactic or a cure, in early stage cases.
It has been proven that self isolation and paracetamol, a drug with allergic side effects but recommended by the WHO, has driven thousands of early stage Covid patients into overcrowded hospitals, and in too many cases, death.
It is now time to allow outpatient doctors and clinics to administer drugs that have proven effective in tests and trials, including national trials, to early stage patients, or as a prophylactic, on the same basis that is being used for mass vaccination, namely experimental emergency use only.
The results of its effectiveness will show up far quicker than that of vaccination.
Thousands of medical experts and doctors know that these drugs work when used for early stage outpatient use.
They save lives and reduce the strain on our hospital systems allowing patients who are prevented from receiving much needed care and attention to be properly treated.
In the war against a deadly disease we must use every weapon in our arsenal. Effective early treatment to prevent the disease becoming deadly is one essential element in fighting that war.