Joe Rogan Provides an Update Following the COVID-19 Diagnosis
Joe Rogan, a podcaster and comedian, stated that he tested negative for COVID-19 just days after receiving confirmation that he had contracted the disease.
“Today’s test was negative! Thank you very much for all of your well wishes!” On Sept. 3, Rogan wrote while sharing a snapshot of his negative test result.
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Rogan had confirmed he had contracted the virus two days prior and was taking a range of drugs to treat it.
“We threw everything we had at it right away. Rogan responded, “All kinds of medications.” “Everything, including monoclonal antibodies, ivermectin, Z-pak, and prednisone. I also received an anti-D and vitamin drip.”
Rogan claimed that he was subjected to such abuse for three days.
Following Rogan’s admission that he is using ivermectin, various media outlets wrote articles accusing him of pushing the medicine, which was licensed by the FDA years ago to treat a variety of tropical disorders including onchocerciasis, helminthiases, and scabies. Earlier this year, some Indian states began administering COVID-19 to COVID-19 patients.
Last month, the FDA and other federal health organizations began issuing warnings about taking ivermectin for COVID-19, citing incidents of people ingesting the animal form of the medicine.
Following Rogan’s diagnosis and announcement, Rolling Stone published a report claiming that people “overdosing” on ivermectin, also known as a “horse dewormer,” are clogging up emergency rooms in Oklahoma. The article cited Oklahoma ER doctor Dr. Jason McElyea, who claimed that gunshot victims are having difficulty accessing ER facilities in Oklahoma due to ivermectin overdose cases.
On the other hand, a website for an Oklahoma hospital where McElyea worked refuted his assertions.
NHS Sequoyah commented, “Although Dr. Jason McElyea is not an employee of NHS Sequoyah, he is linked with a medical staffing group that provides coverage for our emergency room.” “With that said, Dr. McElyea has been absent from our Sallisaw site for almost two months. No patients have been treated at NHS Sequoyah as a result of ivermectin-related side effects. This includes not treating any patients who have taken too much ivermectin. All patients who came to our emergency room were given the proper medical attention.”
“Our hospital has not had to turn away any patients seeking emergency care,” the statement continued. We want to reassure our community that our staff is working hard to ensure that all patients receive high-quality care. We appreciate the opportunity to address this matter, and we appreciate the support of our community as always.”
In his Aug. 20 podcast, Rogan expressed his displeasure with New York City’s latest requirement that people provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination in order to access indoor venues. The comedian, who has a gig at Madison Square Garden coming up, has stated that he will not force people to get the vaccine.
“I have a dilemma because I have a gig in October at Madison Square Garden, and I’ve already sold 13,000 tickets,” she says.
“I don’t want to force someone to be vaccinated to see a [crap] lousy comedy show if they have an ideological or physiological reason for not getting vaccinated,” he stated.