July 24th 2021 is World Ivermectin Day! ”We are celebrating the end of COVID-19, because Ivermectin is the key to ending the pandemic immediately”, says British researcher and doctor Dr. Tess Lawrie. Together with medical professionals and public figures, including journalists, musicians and artists, she has launched this international 24-hour event to raise awareness of the life-saving properties of Ivermectin as an important part of the prevention and early treatment of covid-19.
Many people have never heard of this “miracle cure”, although Ivermectin has been used for 40 years with an impeccable safety record for the treatment of parasitic infections in adults and children. The two discoverers, William C. Campbell and Satoshi Omura, were even awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2015 for the medicine. It is listed by the World Health Organization (WHO) as one of the essential drugs and yet it is still only actively used against Covid in 20 countries today. It seems as if self-proclaimed health politicians, the pharmaceutical industry and great reset-financed media houses are doing everything they can to sweep the existence and effectiveness of this drug under the rug – or at least damage its reputation.
If you follow the information war over this drug and learn that not even the pharmaceutical giant Merck is showing any interest in its former patented product, one can only conclude that this has to do with some uncomfortable truths about how to deal with the pandemic. Ivermectin is easy and cheap to produce in every country, easy to distribute and therefore not very profitable.
“To date, despite the rapidly growing and diverse medical evidence for Ivermectin’s antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties, only conspicuously few treatment options recommended by global health authorities to reduce hospitalizations and deaths related to the virus, including the World Health Organization, the European Medicines Agency, and regulatory health agencies of North America and Europe”, says Dr. Tess Lawrie, a longtime service provider to the World Health Organization (WHO) and the National Health Service of Great Britain (NHS). She is convinced that Ivermectin saves lives and, together with doctors, scientists and organizations, demands the immediate approval and use of Ivermectin in all countries of the world.
The mission behind the World Ivermectin Day is to take away people’s fear of the coronavirus, to spread knowledge about the benefits of Ivermectin worldwide, to uphold basic human rights for access to this medicine and to encourage governments to approve the use of this drug.
The well-made website for the event (www.ivermectin.org) provides a global audience with comprehensive information on the drug, many inspiring lectures, discussions and meetings. Everyone is invited to promote Ivermectin and can register their own Ivermectin event or find one near by to join.
As the head of the Evidence-Based Medicine Consultancy (E-BMC), the experienced medical research data analyst Dr. Tess Lawrie, knows exactly what she’s talking about when she says Ivermectin is the key to end the pandemic. Since 2013 she has been working as a medical advisor for the WHO and other organizations to provide evidence for the right decisions about drug use. Since her institute works exclusively for public institutions and is therefor completely independent, her recommendation for the use of Ivermectin should be taken all the more seriously.
She became aware of Ivermectin in December 2020 when Dr. Pierre Kory of the Front-Line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) spoke out in front of the US-Senate for the use of Ivermectin against the coronavirus. She examined the data herself and was impressed with the effectiveness of the drug. As a doctor, she felt it was her duty to notify the UK health authorities and when she received no response, she made a direct video appeal to Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
In collaboration with international experts, scientists, health professionals and other stakeholders, she founded the non-profit research body BIRD (British Ivermectin Recommendation Development, www.bird.org) to specifically and comprehensively research and assess whether a recommendation for Ivermectin is made or not. In February 2021, she presented the evaluations of her 65-strong team, which provided clear evidence that Ivermectin relieved suffering and that people treated with Ivermectin for Covid-19 had an approximately 70% lower risk of death than people who had not received Ivermectin. In addition, the researchers also found clear evidence that the use of Ivermectin helps prevent Covid-19, especially in people at high risk of infection, such as healthcare workers who have been exposed to Covid-19.
BIRD promptly spoke to all relevant UK politicians and decision-makers – including the Therapeutics Task Force, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), and other international agencies and officials – about the recommendation for Ivermectin use in the prevention and treatment of Covid-19.
So there is reason to celebrate, because ”Covid is treatable and the pandemic can end”, say the organizers of World Ivermectin Day. And there is even better news, because it means that a corona vaccination is not needed!
People no longer have to put themselves at risk of experimental gen-therapy injections with emergency use approval only, which has unpredictable side effects and potentially harmful long-term outcomes. “Even people who suffer from symptoms similar to Covid-19 from the first injection can be helped with Ivermectin”, says Dr. Lawrie.
And the news gets even better: There is no need to establish medical apartheid for the unvaccinated and a digital vaccination certificate which restricts the human right to freedom. We can all celebrate together and announce the good news: Thanks to Ivermectin, people can free themselves from their fear of the virus and embrace each other again! The pandemic is over! Long live Ivermectin!
(To mark the start of World Ivermectin Day, the hour-long radio show “The Healthy Hour” will be aired on Friday July 23, featuring Dr. Tess Lawrie and contributions from doctors such as Dr. McCullough, Dr. Kory and Dr. Ngare from Kenya. The program, which will subsequently be heard on Spotify, will also contain a statement from the Munich hospital “Die Barmherzigen Brüder”, which advocates the outpatient use of Ivermectin)
By Monica Felgendreher