The left was reeling after a group of smart, hardnosed Alaskans put together the Early Treatment Medical Summit last month. The one-day event brought in leading scientists from around the nation to talk about the dangers of experimental jabs and offer early treatment alternatives.
Now the group is morphing into a rapid response and information resource for Alaskans concerned about Covid mandates, medical freedom violations and more. Last week they helped mobilize more than 400 Alaskans who wrote to the Alaska State Medical Board urging them to not punish heroic doctors who prescribe early treatment options like ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine.
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The board had been asked by a group of some 100 doctors to take action against physicians who prescribe early treatment options. The Nov. 19 meeting did not, however, include any sanctions against doctors, and the board explained that they can only act when doctors violate state statutes and regulations. Additionally, the board said that details of ongoing investigations are not made public until after they are completed.
The group also provides parents with information on child Covid vaccine policies in Alaska and posts information on how early treatment options.
If you want to connect with like minds and stay abreast of the latest Covid action items here in Alaska, visit AlaskaCovidAlliance.com. They could also use a few donations to continue and expand their efforts.