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Ivermectin is Given to Afghan Refugees, According to the CDC Website

I was under the impression that Ivermectin was only for horses and not for people.

That’s what the FDA and the rest of the mainstream media have been saying for the past week.

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However, a quick Google search would reveal that the human variant of Ivermectin has been used to treat people for decades.

In 2015, it was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.

So much for being only a dewormer for horses.

While it may be difficult for Americans to obtain this “horse dewormer,” this is not the case for others.

It’s part of the resettlement advice plan, according to the CDC.

This includes Afghan refugees who have been evacuated from Kabul in recent weeks.

They’re given a “horse dewormer,” which the US government and mainstream media warn Americans against taking.

Take a look:

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While some ordinary Americans had to sue for Ivermectin, Afghan refugees acquire it as easily as candy.

The efficacy of Ivermectin in the treatment of COVID-19 is obvious.

Other countries have had incredible benefits from broad use of Ivermectin, in addition to Joe Rogan’s use.

Despite the fact that Ivermectin has been shown to be effective in treating COVID-19, the medical establishment does not want Americans to have access to it.

However, there is enough to go around for refugees.

Denial of effective COVID-19 medicines has resulted in the deaths of Americans.

Instead, the government and companies force Big Pharma’s experimental vaccines on the general public.

The American people have been screwed yet again by their own government.

The following is what Red State Nation had to say about it:

Joe Rogan also went on social media Wednesday to inform fans he contracted COVID-19 and list the medications he took, including monoclonal antibodies, prednisone and an antiparasitic drug that has recently prompted federal health warnings.

“We immediately threw the kitchen sink at it. All kinds of meds,” Rogan explained. “Monoclonal antibodies, ivermectin, Z-pak, prednisone, everything. And I also got an anti-D drip and a vitamin drip.”

“Here we are on Wednesday and I feel great,” he explained. “I really only had one bad day. Sunday sucked, but Monday was better, Tuesday felt better than Monday and today, I feel good.”

He added: “I actually feel pretty f— good.”

Rogan said he underwent such treatments for three days.

Television and film actress Kirstie Alley, 70, also revealed on Twitter that she used Ivermectin and a cocktail of other drugs that helped her with her Covid-19 battle!

The Food and Drug Administration DA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have urged consumers against the use of ivermectin as a COVID-19 treatment after poison control centers nationwide reported a sharp uptick in people facing serious health effects after taking animal formulations of the drug.

The FDA had previously issued concerns over self-medication with ivermectin intended for animals, noting some people might mistakenly believe the drug can substitute for ivermectin intended for humans.

But, while the mainstream media described the use of ivermectin as dangerous, CDC guidelines from their own website show that refugees from Afghanistan had to take ivermectin to get into the United States!

And for those interested because there is no date on the page…

This showed up on April 3, 2021.

Here’s the CDC’s official guidance, right from their website:

While these recommendations have been implemented in many overseas sites, logistical and procurement issues still limit their full implementation in some. All Middle Eastern, Asian, North African, Latin American, and Caribbean refugees should receive presumptive therapy with:

All Middle Eastern, Asian, North African, Latin American, and Caribbean refugees should receive presumptive therapy with:

Albendazole, single dose of 400 mg (200 mg for children 12-23 months)
AND

Ivermectin, two doses 200 mcg/Kg orally once a day for 2 days before departure to the United States.

All African refugees who did not originate from or reside in countries where Loa loa infection is endemic (Box 1) should receive presumptive therapy with:

Albendazole, single dose of 400 mg (200 mg for children 12-23 months)
AND

Ivermectin, two doses 200 mcg/Kg orally once a day for 2 days
AND

Praziquantel, 40 mg/kg, which may be divided in two doses before refugees depart for the United States.

 

Source
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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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