Indian State Will Offer Ivermectin To Entire Adult Population–Although WHO Warns Against Its Use

At least two states in India have turned to ivermectin to help manage their COVID-19 outbreaks, even as experts warn against doing so. Goa, a tourist haven on India’s west coast, and Uttarakhand, a northern state in the Himalayas, will use the anti-parasitic preventatively, giving it to wide swaths of their population in hopes of preventing future outbreaks.

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