Thursday, May 13, 2021

COVID-19: Ivermectin tablets to be distributed among Uttarakhand residents

The Uttarakhand government will be distributing Ivermectin, an antiparasitic drug, among the residents of the state as a preventive medicine against the spread of COVID-19, a senior official said. The Uttarakhand government's announcement comes after Goa and Karnataka issued similar directions. The decision was taken on the recommendation of the state-level clinical technical committee, an order issued by Chief Secretary Om Prakash to all district magistrates said.


B Brearley said...

I have just read that Ralph Baric is one of the 18 who signed the letter to Science about the origins of SARS-CoV-2. The Technology Review article quotes Shi Zhengli saying "it's really sad." But she's also the one who said, "I remember wondering, 'could it have come from my lab'?"

Sorry if this comment seems to have arisen from nowhere. I think now Peter Daszac's value has gone beyond negative. If he has any sense at all he should be considering immediate early retirement to a mobile home park in San Diego, under an assumed name.

Anonymous said...

What suggestions, on ways to travel to Uttarakhand if necessary?

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the how of it is not important, so that the trip is made.”
Mark Twain

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editor will delete it and the writing will be just as it should be.”
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