Covid hospitalisations in New South Wales
Before vaccination, all those in hospital with covid were unvaccinated. As more people get vaccinated, the unvaccinated proportion of those in hospital with covid shrinks.
Unvaccinated individuals appear to be six times more likely to be hospitalised and nearly 13 times more likely to be sent to ICU than those who are fully vaccinated. …
At present Australia does not permit alternative treatment approaches utilised and available in other countries, such as ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine.
Naturally figures are not available for those who are unvaccinated but take therapeutics, including anti-virals like ivermectin. It’s as if that option does not exist, if you are unfortunate enough to only listen to our media and political class.
But here are some clues:
Japan unofficially adopted ivermectin use in September 2021.
Despite omicron, areas using ivermectin (e.g. Indonesia, most of Japan, most of India, equatorial Africa) have not seen much of an uptick in cases or hospitalizations.
How come Europe and North America have been hit hardest by covid? Could it be because they (1) didn’t close their borders to covid, and (2) relied on corporate vaccines instead of ivermectin?
Ivermectin costs less than a cent per tablet, which of course might have something to do with it.