SHOCKING: Indonesia C-19 Cases Drastically Lowered After The Government Authorized Ivermectin For Treatment!

This is a surprise only for the Big Media! At least they have to pretend they are surprised because they don’t want to be exposed.

On July 15, 2021, the Indonesian Food and Drug Monitoring Agency approved Ivermectin as a C-19 treatment.
It was the move for the worst scenario in the pandemic. They had to do something to control the newly emerged C-19 cases. Indonesia experienced a spike in new cases and deaths In July, and they couldn’t stop the virus transmission. Indonesia is the 4th most populous country in the world, having 277 million people.

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One of the restrictions that the Indonesian Government had imposed about the virus was to authorize the use of Ivermectin as a C-19 treatment. So immediately, the numbers started falling.

The Strait Times covered this story:

The Indonesian government on Thursday (July 15) began distributing free medicine and vitamins to self-isolating Covid-19 patients in high-risk areas as the highly transmissible Delta variant of the coronavirus continued to rip through the country, emptying pharmacy shelves.

Each package will have seven days worth of therapeutic Covid-19 drugs and vitamins, and will be given to asymptomatic patients as well as those with mild to moderate symptoms including fever and dry cough. The medication for the latter group will require consultation with a doctor and a prescription.

Medical facilities are stretched thin, and demand for oxygen and medication has also soared. As scores of people are isolating themselves at home and self-medicating, prices of drugs have shot up in pharmacies and online. The health ministry has since moved to cap the prices of drugs such as favipiravir, remdesivir and ivermectin.

The Government allowed Ivermectin for the C-19 population, and the numbers were drastically lowered.

The chart shows that Ivermectin played a crucial role in the lowered cases.

Health Feedback:

Clinical trials didn’t show a clear benefit of ivermectin in reducing COVID-19 severity, hospitalization rate, or mortality. Epidemiological evidence also doesn’t indicate that ivermectin helped curb the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths in Indonesia or in other countries. However, these countries implemented other measures that have proven effective in limiting the spread of the virus, including vaccination and restrictions, which likely contributed to the decline in COVID-19 cases.

Simply because two events coincide in time doesn’t necessarily mean that one caused the other. Firstly, ivermectin endorsement doesn’t tell us whether the Indonesian population actually used ivermectin more than populations in other countries.

Secondly, even if the use of ivermectin did increase following the recommendation, we still can’t assess whether the drop in COVID-19 cases in Indonesia was due to the use of ivermectin or to other factors. Epidemiological data from countries that recommended ivermectin, such as India and Peru, doesn’t indicate that promoting the drug reduced the spread of the disease or its death toll. Both countries experienced multiple COVID-19 waves with high mortality throughout 2020 and 2021, and both withdrew ivermectin recommendations in 2021.

These fact-checkers explain the drop in cases in countries where Ivermectin is used, like in India, Indonesia, and Namibia, and in other countries. But, the countries like Singapore, Ireland, the UK, and Israel, disapprove of Ivermectin, and they advocate a tremendous increase in new cases.

Namibia statistics:

Indonesia statistics:

The drop in new cases started after the Government of Indonesia granted emergency use of Ivermectin.

Still, the MSM can’t credit Ivermectin due to the vaccine. According to them, the vaccine is the most powerful weapon against the virus.

Jokowi, the President of Indonesia, stated that there must be “more vaccine equity so that developing and poorer countries aren’t left behind.”

BBC reported:

“In this time of crisis, advanced countries need to do more in helping poor countries get vaccines, so that we can overcome this pandemic together.”

Mr Widodo’s comments come as Indonesia attempts to recover from the ravages of the pandemic.

he COVID situation has improved since then, with both deaths and case numbers falling, according to government data.

The vaccination drive has also picked up. According to the latest data from the World Bank, Indonesia has given more than 100 million doses of vaccines in the country, with almost 30% of the population fully vaccinated – no easy feat in a huge archipelago.

But while urban areas like Jakarta are now seeing high levels of vaccination rates, rural areas are harder to get to.

Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, in his interview, stated that the Government is doing a bait-and-switch.

So what the government is doing, is doing bait-and-switch. They’re saying the reason why they’re staying alive the patient is because of the vaccine.  In realityit  is because of Ivermectin. And the patients that are not vaccinated, are being refused life-saving medication and they’re dying and then they reach to the conclusion that the reason why they died was that they didn’t get the vaccine. In reality, the reason why they died was because the life-saving medication was withheld from them.

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