From the article:
- McCullough has directly managed the care of over a hundred COVID-19 patients, as well as advising on “many hundreds if not a thousand” cases worldwide.
- As of July 15, there have been 2,800 certified incidences of post-vaccination myocarditis in the United States. McCullough himself has made several reports of myocarditis to, and discussed them with, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC).
- the vaccinated are just as likely as the unvaccinated to spread the Delta variant of COVID-19...“As a matter of fact, this week the health minister for New South Wales in Australia reported that the number of patients in Australian hospitals there with COVID-19 was over 300, and … all of those people were fully vaccinated, except for one,” the doctor told LifeSiteNews.
- McCullough believes that the current vaccines are “not sufficiently fit for human use” and they should no longer be administered. “I’m in line with the evidence-based consulting group in the United Kingdom, and they’re the principal consultant to the World Health Organization,” he told LifeSiteNews. “Their official report to the MHRA, the regulatory body in England, is actually not to move forward with the current vaccines, that they’re not sufficiently fit for human use and, in the absence of any of data and analyses, they should… close down the program. “
- protocols are available through the frontline critical care consortium,” he said.“It’s got a nice offering of prophylactic protocols. In the United States, it is offered through telemedicine services. The lead one is MyFreeDoctor.com.”
- McCullough believes elderly patients who have just contracted COVID-19 should begin their early treatment by taking a monoclonal antibody infusion in an outpatient ER, which lasts for over an hour. The U.S. government has purchased five million doses of the treatment, he added, and it is being underused. “It’s the best way to treat a high-risk case,” the doctor said, and added it was suitable also for those who have been “fully-vaccinated” but will get the virus anyway. Once the high-risk patient has had the monoclonal antibody infusion, then treatment with hydroxychloroquine (“supported by 200 studies”) and ivermectin (“supported by 60 studies”) can be “layered in.”
- “Natural immunity is the best of all forms of immunity,” McCullough declared and said that those who have recovered from COVID-19 are “not of any harm to anyone else, and they don’t have to be careful.” However, they do have to be careful not to get vaccinated. McCullough cited studies showing that people who have recovered from COVID-19 have a high chance of side-effects if they are vaccinated against it. He believes that naturally immune people should under no circumstances accept a COVID-19 vaccine. The doctor also stated that authorities should exempt naturally immune people from vaccination demands.
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