In an interview on Pat McAfee’s SirusXM show, NFL legend Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers Quarterback, stated, “I do know, behind the scenes – this is 100% true – there are many teams who are recommending a lot of the same treatments that I got for their players”.
Along with two medications which have had use heavily restricted in Australia, Rodgers was treated with monoclonal antibodies, zinc and vitamins C and D. He went on to say he had symptoms but recovered within 48 hours from the virus. “I’m not some uneducated person throwing stuff out there, if you want to rip me because I took horse de-wormer that’s fine”, said Rodgers.
The reference was to ivermectin, which mainstream media derided as horse de-wormer, ignoring the fact that it has been administered more than 4 billion times to people around the world and has antiviral properties shown to be effective in the treatment of COVID in dozens of studies. Rodgers was also given hydroxychloroquine a treatment banned in Australia.
Many trials, including randomized control trials, have shown the effectiveness of ivermectin (c19ivermectin.com) as a treatment for COVID-19. Ivermectin has been officially adopted in all or part of 23 countries and 39 if you include non-government medical organizations. At least 269 peer-reviewed studies show the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine.
The Virology Journal and official publication of Dr Fauci’s (yes that Dr Fauci) National Institutes of Health published what is now a blockbuster article on August 22, 2005, under the heading – get ready for this – “Chloroquine is a potent inhibitor of SARS coronavirus infection and spread”. The researchers wrote, ‘We report… that chloroquine has strong antiviral effects on SARS-Cov infection of primates cells. These inhibitory effects are observed when the cells are treated with the drug either before or after exposure to the virus, suggesting both prophylactic and therapeutic advantage”.
Rodgers called for a debate about the COVID vaccines in a recent interview on the Joe Rogan show which has been viewed over 40 million times.