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Kentucky Governor: Easter Churchgoers Will Have License Plates Recorded, Told to Self-Isolate

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Kentuckians who attend in-person church services on Easter Sunday will be told to self-isolate for 14 days by state officials, according to governor Andy Beshear. The Democratic governor announced the plan on Friday, stating that Kentucky state troopers will record the license plates of vehicles parked at churches on Easter Sunday.

The plan is for Kentucky Department of Public Health officials to contact drivers who attended church gatherings and to tell them that they must remain in self-isolation for 14 days.

Kentucky is already prohibiting gatherings of ten people under the state of emergency order enacted by Beshear. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer has stated that only a “handful” of churches in the Louisville metro area are holding in-person services, explaining that he was “imploring” the churches to cancel planned public services.

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As of Friday night, Kentucky has incurred almost 1,700 coronavirus diagnoses with approximately eighty deaths.

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Beshear claims that his office has identified 17 churches across the state that are willfully planning on hosting Easter Sunday services despite the executive order that expressly suspended religious gatherings during the pandemic. The governor has admitted that the small handful of organizations that are flouting the executive order means that “just about everybody is doing the right thing.

There is a strong case to be made that pastors and churchgoers should be avoiding church services in the midst of the pandemic. The overwhelming majority of churches in America, and presumably Kentucky, have suspended in-person services, with many offering online streaming services instead. But Beshear’s threat to chase down churchgoers who attend services is more likely to concern the public about the state’s response to the crisis than it is to deter large gatherings, which are probably unlikely to occur in any event.

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New Study Shows 84 Percent Decrease in Hospitalization Rates for COVID-19 Patients Treated with Hydroxychloroquine

President Trump was right again.

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A new study has demonstrated that treating COVID-19 with hydroxychloroquine makes patients 84 percent less likely to be hospitalized.

The study is set to be published in the International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents in December. It has determined that “low-dose hydroxychloroquine combined with zinc and azithromycin was an effective therapeutic approach against COVID-19.”

The doctors came to their conclusions after treating 141 coronavirus patients with hydroxychloroquine for five days. They compared them with a control group of 377 coronavirus patients who did not receive hydroxychloroquine as a treatment. They found that “the odds of hospitalization of treated patients was 84% less than in the untreated patients.” Only one patient from the group treated with hydroxychloroquine died while 13 people died in the other group.

Big League Politics has reported on the conspiracy by the Big Pharma-funded medical industry to suppress hydroxychloroquine, which has been promoted by President Trump as a cure of sorts for COVID-19:

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The doctors responsible for a controversial pro-hydroxychloroquine study are defending their work after it was attacked by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) director Dr. Anthony Fauci at a recent Congressional hearing.

Drs. Adnan Munkarah and Steven Kalkanis wrote in an open letter that “a whole scientific field exists in which scientists examine how a drug is working in the real world to get as best an answer as they can as soon as possible,” which Dr. Fauci did not acknowledge in his complete dismissal of their work.

Munkarah works as the chief clinical officer of the Henry Ford Health System while Kalkanis works as the chief academic officer for the system. They are standing by their findings and refusing to buckle under the political pressure.

“Our promising Henry Ford treatment study should be considered as another important contribution to the other studies of hydroxychloroquine that describes what the authors found in our patient population,” Munkarah and Kalkanis wrote. “We — along with all doctors and scientists — eagerly support the need for randomized clinical trials.”

“Unfortunately, the political climate that has persisted has made any objective discussion about this drug impossible, and we are deeply saddened by this turn of events,” they wrote, noting they they believe that the science should “speak for itself.”

“To that end, we have made the heartfelt decision to have no further comment about this outside the medical community,” the doctors said.

Munkarah and Kalkanis call for more research to take place but believe that their findings could save lives and should not be discounted.

“As an early hot spot for the COVID-19 pandemic, we have seen and lived its devastating effects alongside our patients and families,” Munkarah and Kalkanis wrote.

“Furthermore, it is not unusual that results from such studies vary in different populations and at different times, and no one study can ever be considered all by itself,” they added.

The elites are suppressing hydroxychloroquine because they want the public to feel helpless against the virus. They never intend to give the public their liberties back, hoping that the public will accept a “new normal” of globalism and technocracy.

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