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New Hampshire Governor Chris Snunerejected a bill on Friday allowing pharmacists to dispense the antiparasitic ivermectin to treat COVID-19 without a prescription. did. ..
Some Americans are looking to ivermectin to treat the virus. This is a cheap medicine used to kill human and animal worms and other parasites. Health professionals and medical groups have warned that they can stop using the drug and cause harmful side effects, with little evidence of its usefulness.
Sununu is in a news release,New Hampshirecurrently has only four cases where pharmacists can dispense medicines without a prescription: quitting, contraception, substance use disorder, sexuality. It states that there is treatment for assault. ..
Arkansas prisoners said that ivermectin was prescribed to treat COVID-19 and said it was a "vitamin"
He said all of them, "Before dispensing the drug in a standing order, it has undergone rigorous review and review to ensure that it meets all the required protocols."
Ivermectin is not a drug that pharmacists can offer Bill After being rejected. (istock)
He also stated that ivermectin remains available to individuals when prescribed by a doctor.
"Patients should be fully aware of the potential unintended consequences of taking medications that may limit treatment options and other treatment options in the future. You should always consult your doctor before taking it, "Sununu said. The
bill would also have set up a committee to study the use of ivermectin to treat COVID-19.
FDA warns ivermectin as a treatment for covid