According to a story by news5cleveland.com on April 23rd, 2022, it talks about how several Ohio House Republicans have revived efforts to expand COVID-19 patients’ access to ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, and other drugs that have been shown to be effective in treating the CCP virus.
The legislation would compel health departments to enter into agreements to “promote and increase distribution” of the drugs. If health departments decline to do so, the legislation would allow citizens to sue the health departments to force their compliance. House Bill 431 would also prohibit any health department from acting to “suppress the promotion of or access” to the drugs or to “reprimand, threaten, or penalize” a health care professional from handing them out.Besides ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, the legislation gives COVID-19 patients the right to use azithromycin (an antibacterial), budesonide, or any other drug that “maybe proven effective or deemed beneficial” by a physician.
This has taken a ridiculous amount of time to get this far but I suppose it is better late than never, common sense has at long last prevailed and now more and more people are looking for alternatives to the rushed-to-market, untested, and still experimental vaccines that have injured many thousands of people with debilitating side effects, heart attacks, and even deaths.