Florida First State to Allow Doctors to Use Off-Label Drugs for Early Treatment of COVID-19

By Meiling Lee
March 3, 2022

Repurposed drugs that have been shown to prevent or treat COVID-19 may be prescribed by physicians, the Florida Department of Health said in its new COVID-19 guidance for health care practitioners.

The guidance, published on Feb. 24, says that health care practitioners are encouraged to provide early treatment for COVID-19 patients with federally approved generic drugs that they find to work. This is in addition to the outpatient treatments granted emergency authorization usage (EUA) for people at risk of developing a serious illness.

“When recommending COVID-19 treatment options for patients’ individualized health care needs, physicians should exercise their individual clinical judgment and expertise based on their patient’s needs and preferences,” the guidance states. “These options may include emerging treatments backed by quality evidence, with appropriate patient informed consent, including off-label use or as part of a clinical trial.”

The new guidance is an effort by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis to offer health care practitioners protection from lawsuits. He said that it’s important for doctors to be able to have access to these drugs.  (See link for article)



  • DeSantis also paves a way for doctors to report to the Agency for Health Care Administration if their hospital prevents them from treating their patients who wish to try medications not recommended by the federal health agencies.
  • Florida is the first and only state go go against the CDC’s recommendation toget sicker.’
  • Dr. Pierre Kory, president of FLCCC states many have died needlessly and that the government’s only focus is pushing gene therapy injections. He also states effective treatments have been available for 2 years but the government is still injecting people with a 2-year old shot against a variant which is extinct.
  • Kory states the EUA antiviral drugs (Paxlovid and molnupiravir) are toxic and poisonous.
  • Further, there are concerns COVID may develop resistance to these EUA antivirals because each only attacks 1 part of the virus instead of the multifaceted approach like ivermectin.
  • An article in Nature shows the importance of an antiviral targeting a polymerase and a protease to successfully eliminate a virus.
  • Then there’s the cost issue.
    • Molnupiravir costs the government $530 for 2 pills a day for 5 days
    • Paxlovid costs the government $700 for 2 pills a day for 5 days
    • ivermectin costs as low as $30 and as high as $94 for 20 tablets
  • In an ICER report (pdf) examining the outpatient treatments for COVID-19 the authors raised concerns about the effectiveness and safety of the drugs due to lack of long-term data and lack of peer review.  Yet, the FDA issued EUA for these expensive, questionable, toxic drugs while recommending against ivermectin and still states the most effective way to limit the spread of COVID is by the gene therapy injections which don’t stop transmission or infection, keep you from being hospitalized or from dying, and have caused more adverse reactions and death than any other vaccine in the history of VAERS.


Florida to Become First State to Recommend Against COVID-19 Vaccines for Healthy Children

By Zachary Stieber
March 7, 2022

Florida officials on March 7 said the state would be the first to formally recommend that healthy children shouldn’t get a COVID-19 vaccine.

Dr. Joseph Ladapo, the state’s surgeon general, made the announcement during a roundtable discussion titled “The Curtain Close on COVID Theater.”

“The Florida Department of Health is going to be the first state [department] to officially recommend against the COVID-19 vaccines for healthy children,” Ladapo said.  (See link for article)

Every single state needs to pass legislation exactly like this.
Medicine needs to be decentralized.  Doctors need to be given back their power to treat patients.

But, true to form, White House press secretary Jen Psaki, who is NOT a doctor or health expert, condemned Ladapo as a “politician” who is “peddling conspiracy theories,” despite being a Harvard trained MD/PhD who has worked at NYU, UCLA, the FDA, and the University of Florida.  Psaki presents a perfect example of what Weinstein and Heying (both PhD’s) discuss in a recent video where we must get used to living in a world where things are labeled upside down (up is down, right is left, and inclusive is exclusive, etc.).  And the corrupt IDSA also accuses Florida of putting “politics over the health and safety of children.”

Doctors need to freely treat without fear of persecution. This would also help more doctors be willing to learn and willing to treat Lyme/MSIDS as well as other politicized diseases.  Regulatory agencies and public health are captured agencies that are completely corrupt. A perfect example: the AMA had no trouble when the Biden Administration gave pharmacists, dentists, optometrists, podiatrists, and even veterinarians the power to administer COVID-19 injections, with the Prep Act protecting them from lawsuits if the injected person dies or is injured, but now is complaining that Biden’s “Test to Treat” plan “flaunts patient safety and risks significant negative health outcomes,” by allowing the nations largest pharmacy chains with onsite clinics, long-term care centers, community health centers, and veterans’ health centers to dispense anti-virals to people who test positive. They are all of a sudden worried about a patient’s medical history for treatment but don’t give a fig about considering this same medical history for experimental injections that have caused more adverse events and death than any vaccine in the history of VAERS.  Anyone else smell a rat?  The antivirals; however, will not be ivermectin or HCQ, but FDA “approved” drugs by Pfizer and Merck, which have 6 pages of drug interactions and use restrictions, not to mention are expensive. When listening to both sides it becomes evident that behind it all is a power grab with a lot of money involved.  Once again, patients are way down the priority list.

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