As pointed out by Nate Doromal in the article above, there are safe, effective, proven alternatives (generic drugs and natural health supplements and remedies) for people seeking protection or treatment for COVID-19.
Instead of being injected with experimental gene therapy (messenger RNA) drugs (Pfizer or Moderna) or rushed-to-market vaccines (Johnson & Johnson or AstraZeneca) with limited, deeply flawed pre-market safety testing and already apparent serious side effects (262,521 reports of adverse events following COVID vaccines, including 4,406 deaths and 21,537 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020 and May 21, 2021) as well as indications of long term health damage, there are inexpensive, non-patented generic drugs, with a long history of use, and no side effects.
One of the most important drugs in this category is Ivermectin, available over-the-counter in a number of nations including Mexico, where it has been used effectively in Mexico City on more than 50,000 patients since December 29, 2020.
As medical practitioners such as Dr. Beginino Agbayani point out regarding Ivermectin, there are “over 26, as of today, randomized control trials showing effectiveness, even as high as 89% for prevention, and as high as 80% for treatment.”
Despite widespread use worldwide and numerous clinical trials demonstrating its effectiveness, Ivermectin has been attacked by Big Pharma and vaccine manufacturers, with information on Ivermectin censored by the mass media (who of course get much of their revenue from Big Pharma ads in the US) and the internet giants.
Only after sustained pressure from doctors, patient advocates, scientists, and health experts has the U.S. National Institutes of Health began to tone down its previous attacks on Ivermectin, admitting as of February 21, 2021 that "there are insufficient data for the COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines Panel to recommend either for or against the use of ivermectin for the treatment of COVID-19.”
Ivermectin was originally developed, patented and sold by pharmaceutical giant Merck as a treatment for parasites, with over 3 billion doses successfully used, with no side effects. But no doubt because its patent expired in 1996, allowing other companies to make Ivermectin very cheaply, Merck has attacked the use of Ivermectin as a treatment for COVID-19, meanwhile developing a new, patented, expensive drug for early treatment of COVID-19.