The Kansas Senate passed a bill that would allow doctors to prescribe ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for the CCP Virus, U.S. media reported March 25. The bill also requires child care centers and public schools to approve, because of the CCP Virus vaccine, parents’ requests for religious exemptions for their children, and does not delve into the applicant’s devotion to this religion.
It is known as a treatment for the CCP Virus, although the two drugs are very effective. But due to previous FDA regulations, many doctors and pharmacists were unable to administer ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine to their patients, and even those who have paid for their actions have been investigated as a result.
The bill has now been introduced in the Kansas House of Representatives. And earlier this year, a similar bill was passed in New Hampshire.