Tennessee Passes Bill Making Ivermectin Available Over The Counter

According to reports on April 29, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed a bill that will allow Tennessee residents to obtain ivermectin without a prescription for the treatment of the CCP virus. The state House had adopted the idea. It is reported that the bill states that a pharmacist can provide ivermectin to a patient who is 18 years of age or older, “pursuant to a valid collaborative pharmacy practice agreement containing a non-patient-specific prescriptive order and standardized procedures developed and executed by one or more authorized prescribers.”

Since the outbreak of the CCP virus pandemic, there has been substantial primary medical evidence that ivermectin has been shown to speed recovery from infection of the CCP virus by inhibiting inflammation and protecting against organ damage. In addition, ivermectin in clinical practice reduced the risk of hospitalization and death in patients with mild symptoms of the CCP virus.

“Cheap and effective drugs like ivermectin are being denied to the public while pharmaceutical companies make money from COVID shots that are neither safe nor effective. Studies and personal testimonies have repeatedly shown the effectiveness of ivermectin. The focus should always be on helping save lives rather than putting more money in the pockets of Big Pharma. All states should follow Tennessee’s lead,” said Liberty Counsel Chairman Mat Staver.

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