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Q: Do Masks prevent covid?

A: Studies continue to find “no significant effect of face masks on transmission of laboratory-confirmed influenza”.

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The Shot

Q: Why do you call it a shot and not a vaccine?

A: The mRNA technology in the shot has never been used as a vaccine and does not act like a vaccine. Below is the CDC definition of a vaccine. The covid shot does not create immunity to any disease.

  • Vaccine: A product that stimulates a person’s immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease, protecting the person from that disease.
  • Immunity: Protection from an infectious disease. If you are immune to a disease, you can be exposed to it without becoming infected.

Q: Can an employer fire me if I get don’t get the shot?

A: Civil rights attorneys are taking cases across the country to fight employers mandating testing and shots for employees.

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Q: Can a doctor or hospital force me to get a test or vaccine?

A: You have the right to NO CONSENT to any medical intervention, including masks, covid testing and vaccines.

Treatment & Remedies

Q: My doctor says there is no treatment for Covid – is this true?

A: There are thousands of doctors who have been safely and effectively treating covid patients. Doctors have testified before senate hearings and written papers detailing these protocols. You can find more information, including videos of doctors discussing treatment protocols and links to doctors who can treat via telemedicine at the link below.

Prophylactic (preventative) protocols may also be available through these doctors.

Q: We heard that ivermectin is available at feed stores – is this safe?

A: We recommend seeking medical care from a licensed medical practitioner or naturopath. Doctors are available through telemedicine and prescriptions can be sent via overnight delivery.

Q: Are there treatments available without a prescriptions?

A: Many doctors recommend specific vitamins and natural supplements for both treatment of symptoms and to help support your immune system during flu season. We have shared some of these at the links below, but we recommend doing your own research and speaking with professionals about your specific health situation.