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Antibiotic banned from treating Covid due to cardiac issues, but jabs okay?

Why were antibiotics pulled for the treatment of Covid but not the vaccine?

Like HCL and Ivey, certain antibiotics were not allowed to be used for the treatment of Covid. This is despite these drugs having a well known safety profile, unlike the Covid vaccine.

I’ve attached an article by Robert Clancy that discusses the corruption of Australia’s health system by regulators and big pharmaceuticals.

Quinine differs from synthetic antivirals that block specific biochemical steps essential for viral replication. Advantages that come with multiple cell targets include resilience to mutant escape, protection against mutated variants resistant to both natural and vaccine-induced immunity, long biological half-lives, and activity over a wider disease cycle, with value in both prevention and therapy.

Quinine and its derivatives have a long record of treating infectious disease, most notably malaria, but also have a documented anti-viral effect. Chloroquine was effective in vitro against SARS-CoV-1.

So it was no surprise that Chinese scientists included chloroquine in a panel of repurposed drugs testing for anti-Covid activity within weeks of the pandemic being announced. In vitro anti-viral activity in micromolar concentrations was confirmed in several centres.”

Quote from: https://quadrant.org.au

Community Affairs Legislation Committee
15/02/2024
Estimates
HEALTH AND AGED CARE PORTFOLIO
Department of Health and Aged Care

Senator RENNICK: I’m just curious if you can look into this: the national COVID evidence taskforce recommended that azithromycin, an antibiotic, not be given to people with COVID. I’m interested to know why you would recommend the withdrawal of an antibiotic. Basically, you could still give the same drug to people who didn’t have COVID, but I don’t know why’d you recommend pulling an antibiotic given that people often get secondary bacterial infections from a viral infection—especially older people. I know you won’t be able to answer that on the spot, so could you take that on notice and look into it, because I’d like to know which doctor and all of that decided that and why it was done.

Prof. Singer : We will take it on notice. But certainly one of the problems with a macrolide antibiotic like azithromycin is that some of them are associated with cardiac problems, and it’s possible that that’s the reason why. But we will look into it.

Senator RENNICK: You know that leads to an obvious counter question there, because we know the vaccines lead to cardiac problems as well.

Prof. Singer : You talked about using azithromycin as an antibiotic in people who have a secondary infection with COVID. We also know that conditions such as myocarditis and pericarditis are associated with COVID infection.

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