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Victoria's Health Minister has repeatedly refused to answer questions about her handling of the COVID-19 crisis during a brief sitting of parliament, which she attended against medical advice.
Jenny Mikakos wore a face mask as she walked into the Legislative Council in Melbourne for the first sitting of Victoria's upper house since June 18.
Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton had recommended parliament not sit in line with the stage four coronavirus restrictions in place across metropolitan Melbourne, and the lower house complied.
The MP endured jeers from the opposition who called her a 'disgrace' when she failed to respond to a series of questions about the bungled hotel quarantine program.
Gastroenterologist Professor Thomas Borody says Ivermectin used in conjunction with two other drugs is making it look like “corona is very simple to kill”.
The drug is Federal Drug Agency and World Health Organisation approved; it is widely used for parasitic infections and is being cited and prescribed as treatment against the deadly coronavirus.
“It has very few side effects, and is a real killer of coronavirus,” Professor Borody told Sky News host Chris Kenny.
I'm not sure how ethics applies to licensed medical professionals or people who are in Faucis position.
Fauci’s wife is also in the medical field, though she is not in the spotlight as much as her husband. Christine Grady works as a nurse-bioethicist at the National Institutes of Health.