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Heavily vaccinated state accounts for 65% of India’s COVID cases after rejecting ivermectin

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posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 10:02 AM
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So in India we have the state ​of Uttar Pradesh, with a population of 241 million and only 15 million fully vaccinated all given Ivermectin and now declared Covid free

Now we have The Indian state of Kerala with only 3% of Indias population at 33 million people it is also the only Indian state that has rejected Ivermectin use

The state of Kerala with 3% of Indias population has 65 % of Inidias Covid cases.

How is that possible unless Ivermectin works and the vaccine is completer bULL ####


The Indian state of Kerala has 3% of India's population, and 67% of its inhabitants have at least one vaccination. One would expect Kerala's COVID cases to be so low as to be invisible in a chart of India's very low overall cases. Yet this state of just 33 million people accounted for 65% of all of India's cases on Thursday, and even more in recent weeks. It has essentially been the only state experiencing a surge in recent months. It also happens to be the Indian state that has rejected ivermectin.




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posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 10:25 AM
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Well WTF ? 😃



posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 10:27 AM
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Horseman medicine seems to work? CNN wont like that



posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 10:39 AM
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a reply to: sciencelol

I certainly hope this is true, but I have suspected that India has serious reporting issues. They just dont have the resources or infrastructure in place to properly track and report. This is applicable to positive or negative results.

The below study highlights the issue with reporting in India, and specifically mentions Uttar Pradesh region.

Disparity in the quality of reporting in india



Our results indicate a large disparity in the quality of COVID-19 data reporting across India. CDRS varies from 0.61 (good) in Karnataka to 0.0 (poor) in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, with a median value of 0.26. Ten states do not report data stratified by age, gender, comorbidities or districts. Only ten states provide trend graphics for COVID-19 data. In addition, we identify that Punjab and Chandigarh compromised the privacy of individuals under quarantine by publicly releasing their personally identifiable information. The CDRS is positively associated with the state’s sustainable development index for good health and well-being (Pearson correlation: r=0.630, p=0.0003).




he disparity in CDRS highlights three important findings at the national, state, and individual level. At the national level, it shows the lack of a unified framework for reporting COVID-19 data in India, and highlights the need for a central agency to monitor or audit the quality of data reporting done by the states



posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 10:47 AM
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a reply to: MDDoxs

WOW Its gonna be anything but Ivermectin with you guys .

Ever heard of occam's razor? Its the Ivermectin and the jab sucks



posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 10:53 AM
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originally posted by: sciencelol
a reply to: MDDoxs

WOW Its gonna be anything but Ivermectin with you guys .

Ever heard of occam's razor? Its the Ivermectin and the jab sucks


lol, why are you deflecting? I never said anything about Ivermectin or the vaccine. I am talking about the quality of the reporting and the issues that have been observed. Also, correlation is not necessarily causation.

Just to clarify my position, I actually think there is medical benefit to Ivermectin.



posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 11:05 AM
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a reply to: sciencelol

Do you know why it is not being recommended as a treatment for covid?
Not saying it could be useful but the chances of a bad reaction to the inactive ingredients outweigh the usefulness.



posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 11:09 AM
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a reply to: sciencelol

They also have some of the world's toughest lockdown regulations.



posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 11:18 AM
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a reply to: sciencelol

Silly Indians, falling for the old "horse dewormer" trick!

Almost seems like Ivermectin works!



posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 11:18 AM
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originally posted by: AaarghZombies
a reply to: sciencelol

They also have some of the world's toughest lockdown regulations.


Worse than Australia and New Zealand???

Prove it!



posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 11:24 AM
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a reply to: sciencelol

Yeah, vaccinations are not helping much in Israel either.


33 districts in Uttar Pradesh are now Covid-free: State govt

www.hindustantimes.com...



Overall, the state has a total of 199 active cases, while the positivity rate came down to less than 0.01 per cent. There are no active cases of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) in 33 districts of Uttar Pradesh, the state government informed on Friday. About 67 districts have not reported a single new case of the viral infection in the last 24 hours




Uttar Pradesh government says early use of Ivermectin helped to keep positivity, deaths low


indianexpress.com...

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posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 11:29 AM
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a reply to: MDDoxs

Did their data reporting suddenly become terrible around the end of April?

Reported tests have remained consistent...but positive tests have steadily dropped to .01%



Consistent number of daily tests, falling positive test rate. If they did 1000X the number of daily tests...the positive test rate wouldn't change.

In fact, they are testing more people daily since the end of April than they were, before then, when their positive case numbers reached their highest.


Here's a side by side of Uttar Pradesh & Kerala:





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posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 11:32 AM
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originally posted by: AaarghZombies
a reply to: sciencelol

They also have some of the world's toughest lockdown regulations.


Yep the state with only 3% population and 80% vaxed and refused Ivermectin also has the toughest lockdowns .

BUT THEY STILL HAVE 65% OF CASES

thanks for pointing that out



posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 11:34 AM
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a reply to: Allaroundyou



Do you know why it is not being recommended as a treatment for covid?
Not saying it could be useful but the chances of a bad reaction to the inactive ingredients outweigh the usefulness


Yep over 6 billion doses prescribed for humans . So you should have some info to back up your bull #### right?



posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 11:37 AM
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Did their data reporting suddenly become terrible around the end of April?

No, it always has and remains terrible. We are talking about systemic issues, that can impact all reporting - cases, deaths, demographics, etc.



posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 11:39 AM
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originally posted by: MDDoxs
a reply to: MotherMayEye




Did their data reporting suddenly become terrible around the end of April?

No, it always has and remains terrible. We are talking about systemic issues, that can impact all reporting - cases, deaths, demographics, etc.



Do you think anyone buys your bULL ####?



posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 11:47 AM
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originally posted by: sciencelol

originally posted by: MDDoxs
a reply to: MotherMayEye




Did their data reporting suddenly become terrible around the end of April?

No, it always has and remains terrible. We are talking about systemic issues, that can impact all reporting - cases, deaths, demographics, etc.



Do you think anyone buys your bULL ####?


Umm, what? You dont like what I am saying? Too bad snowflake.


Anyone who has had any kind of dealings in India will know what I am saying to be true. The country is seriously lacking in infrastructure...period. This impact everything.



posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 11:48 AM
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originally posted by: MDDoxs
a reply to: MotherMayEye




Did their data reporting suddenly become terrible around the end of April?

No, it always has and remains terrible. We are talking about systemic issues, that can impact all reporting - cases, deaths, demographics, etc.



If they do 2 million tests a day and report 10,000 positive ones, in April, and do 2 million tests a day and report 15 positive ones, in September, that can't be explained away as some systemic reporting problem.


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posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 11:49 AM
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originally posted by: Allaroundyou
a reply to: sciencelol

Do you know why it is not being recommended as a treatment for covid?
Not saying it could be useful but the chances of a bad reaction to the inactive ingredients outweigh the usefulness.



Yes, it may actually have a positive benefit but nobody makes any money. That is why the FDA not only does not recommend it but the .gov is threatening doctors that prescribe it.

Will Ivermectin kill you? Nope.

Then why can't we have the right to try?

You know why.

www.thelancet.com...(05)62668-2/fulltext



In Colombia, invermectin has been commonly prescribed for geriatric patients since 1989, some of whom received treatment for several years.2 We randomly selected the clinical histories of 47 patients, aged 65 years or more (average age 74·7 years), who we followed up for at least 6 months after administration of their first dose of ivermectin (at least 0·2 mg/kg, and in some cases higher). Among 47 patients there was only one death during the 6-month observation period. Many of the patients continued to take ivermectin for months or years after their first dose, and no deaths have been reported.
Our experience, unlike that of Barkwell and Shields, shows that administration of ivermectin to geriatric patients does not produce an excess of deaths. This finding accords with several other reports in the published research noting a high degree of safety for this drug in both animals and human beings.



posted on Sep, 19 2021 @ 11:50 AM
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a reply to: MotherMayEye




If they do 2 million tests a day and report 10,000 positive ones, in April, and do 2 million tests a day and report 15 positive ones, in September, that can't be explained away as some systematic reporting problem.



Actually, I would argue that this kind of dramatic difference that you describe could actually be evidence of a reporting error.
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