Indian States Turn to Antiparasitic Drug to Fight COVID-19 Against WHO Advice

May 17, 2021

(Medscape) – At least two Indian states have said they plan to dose their populations with the anti-parasitic drug ivermectin to protect against severe COVID-19 infections as their hospitals are overrun with patients in critical condition. The move by the coastal state of Goa and northern state of Uttarakhand, come despite the World Health Organization and others warning against such measures. (Read Full Article)