Two more people die as a result of COVID-19

| 11/01/2022 | 126 Comments
  • Cayman News Service

(CNS): Officials have confirmed that two people have died of COVID-19 related causes over the last 24 hours in Cayman. CNS understands that one of the two victims was an unvaccinated elderly woman from Cayman Brac who was admitted to the George Town hospital a few days ago. But officials have not revealed any details about either of the latest patients to die as a result of SARS-CoV-2.

While hospital admissions have remained relatively low, given the widespread community transmission, there are still six people in hospital, three of whom were admitted over the last 24 hours. At present, more than 5% of the population has tested positive for the virus.

The total number of deaths in the Cayman Islands since the pandemic began is now 14. Two people died in 2020, ten in 2021 and now two so far in 2022.

In addition to the two new deaths, Public Health officials reported another 440 new cases of the virus in Cayman over the last day, bringing the active cases to 3,559. Interim Chief Medical Officer Dr Autilia Newton said this included ten travellers as well as 17 new cases in the Sister Islands.

Officials confirmed earlier today that the Omicron variant is now the dominant strain in the Cayman Islands. In Tuesday evening’s report they said that while 132 cases of that strain have been confirmed, there are 1,604 probable Omicron cases as of midnight Tuesday. The total number of cases here since the start of the pandemic is now 11,666.

The number of people who have had at least one shot of a vaccine increased slightly today to vaccination 59,055, which is 83% of the estimated population of 71,106, while 57,526 people, or 80%, have had two doses and 18,285 people, or 25% of the total population, have had a booster.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    There is no justification for the continued quarantine and isolation rules in Cayman and certainly none for the continued discrimination based on age and vaccination status.

    Infact, this is likely criminal and someone in Govt needs to pay attention fast.

    Some examples:

    I travel, come back, have to quarantine for a few weeks (weeks!!) because some of my party are unvaccinated. However, my next door neighbors can freely come and go from their home despite having multiple positive cases as long as they are vaccinated OR have a child of school age regardless of vax status….its nothing..NOTHING to do with science, this is pure political naivety at best and criminal negligence at worst.

    Another example – we are told those vaccinated can leave isolation 5 days earlier than those not vaccinated. Why? This is not based on anything remotely sound in science. Infact, the vaccinated are spreading covid19 in higher numbers.

    And on top of this, who exactly is UNVACCINATED? I took my 2 doses (i have no interest in any more) last year before June…i am currently NOT VACCINATED by any scientific stretch of understandig, yet i am free to travel and come and go and avoid all sorts of restrictions whilst my neighbor who never took a vaccine but is equally as healthy as me (and possibly in better shape actually judging by his gym toned arms!) cannot live freely.

    People – what in the world is going on? Where is the sense in any of this? Is any of it legal?

    And don’t get me going on the masks – you may as well try to keep sand in a fosters trolley if you think your masks are keeping out any viruses.

    This must end.

    • Anonymous says:

      OMFG. There’s nothing worse on this earth than an idiot with a strongly held opinion.

      • Beaumont Zodecloun says:

        Yes there is; an idiot with a strongly held opinion and a keyboard.

      • Anonymous says:

        January 13, 2022

        Highly vaccinated Germany reports 92,803 new coronavirus cases, the biggest one-day increase on record, and 263 new deaths

      • Anonymous says:

        What part of the comment isn’t factual? Mirror?

    • Anonymous says:

      Get vaccinated and stop whining. All regulations should be put on unvaccinated people not vaccinated with booster and their children.

      • Anonymous says:

        Got any science to back up your neo fascist opinion?

        • Anonymous says:

          If you guys have to keep asking for science to back up simple data from around the world that the unvaccinated are not the ones dying in the hospital at overwhelming amount then no one’s going to help you and no post is going to change your mind.

    • Anonymous says:

      Hi there, Typhoid Mary.

  2. Anonymous says:

    💊 OTC MELATONIN
    The Effect of Melatonin on Thrombosis, Sepsis and Mortality Rate in COVID-19 Patients.
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34653660/

    An October 2021 study found melatonin significantly lowered mortality when given to severely infected COVID patients. In the standard care only group, 13 of the 76 patients died (17.1%), compared to just one of the 82 patients (1.2%) who received melatonin in addition to standard care — a reduction in mortality of 93%

    During the second week of infection, a time when severely infected patients can take a drastic turn for the worse, the melatonin group fared much better than the standard care only group, with only two patients developing sepsis, compared to eight in the standard care only group.

    💊OTC L-arginine
    Effects of adding L-arginine orally to standard therapy in patients with COVID-19: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel-group trial. Results of the first interim analysis https://www.thelancet.com/journals/eclinm/article/PIIS2589-5370(21)00405-3/fulltext

    💊Povidone-iodine solution
    Povidone-iodine solution as SARS-CoV-2 prophylaxis for procedures of the upper aerodigestive tract a theoretical framework https://journalotohns.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40463-020-00474-x

  3. Anonymous says:

    Does anyone know when Paxlovid – the new anti-viral oral medication that is 90% effective at preventing hospitalization and death in high risk patients will be available in Cayman? It is available in the UK, US and many other countries but I am unable to find out when if ever it will be available here.

    • Anonymous says:

      I know many Over The Counter (OTC) supplements that prevent hospitalization/treat COVID ARE AVAILABLE at any pharmacy:

      CBD Oil
      L-Arginine
      Iodine
      Vitamin D
      Zinc

      • Anonymous says:

        You are forgetting injecting yourself with bleach as one politician recommended some 18 months ago.

        Are you basing your comment on the same research?

        • Anonymous says:

          @11:46 am
          Some websites and social media users took that the former president was recommending people inject themselves with bleach.

          Here’s the full context:

          “A question that probably some of you are thinking of if you’re totally into that world, which I find to be very interesting. So, supposedly we hit the body with a tremendous, whether it’s ultraviolet or just very powerful light, and I think you said that hasn’t been checked, but you’re going to test it. And then I said supposing you brought the light inside the body, which you can do either through the skin or in some other way. (To Bryan) And I think you said you’re going to test that, too. Sounds interesting, right?”

          “And then I see the disinfectant, where it knocks it out in one minute. And is there a way we can do something like that, by injection inside or almost a cleaning, because you see it gets in the lungs and it does a tremendous number on the lungs, so it’d be interesting to check that, so that you’re going to have to use medical doctors with, but it sounds interesting to me. So, we’ll see, but the whole concept of the light, the way it kills it in one minute. That’s pretty powerful.”

          Later, Trump clarified his comments after a reporter asked Bryan whether disinfectants could actually be injected into COVID-19 patients.

          “It wouldn’t be through injections, almost a cleaning and sterilization of an area. Maybe it works, maybe it doesn’t work, but it certainly has a big effect if it’s on a stationary object.”

        • Anonymous says:

          See 11:46 am comment.

      • Anonymous says:

        You might want to consider some OTC high dose laxative as your recommendation is full of it.

    • Anonymous says:

      Sadly–as is the case with child Covid vaxxes–Walmart is lightyears ahead of the Panton/PACT Clown Car in regard to Paxlovid.
      From the Wal Mart web site:
      “Dec. 29, 2021 — Walmart and Sam’s Club pharmacies are ready to receive and dispense the FDA authorized COVID-19 antiviral medications, Paxlovid and Molnupiravir, this week as supplies allow. The medication will only be available at certain Walmart and Sam’s Club locations in a limited number of states until more supply is available. The medication is only available with a prescription from a health care provider. Customers and health care providers can go to [Walmart link] and use the store locator to find their nearest store or club that is carrying this medication to send the electronic prescription.”

  4. Anonymous says:

    As a wise man once said, “we will not put money before life” It would be interesting for the government to share actually revenue to date based on opening the borders and calculate actually how much each death from COVID has cost. Personally, i haven’t seen crowds of tourists and as soon as the CIG started pushing to open borders it created a gray area of “why should i quarantine when the borders are open in 2 weeks” .CIG, you must be so proud. RIP to all those who life has been taken by COVID.

    • Anonymous says:

      That’s an awful comment, do you really think the Govt sat around and put a $ on each life? You need therapy

      • Anonymous says:

        They did exactly that. They calculated the economic benefit of reopening against the likely cost in lives.

      • Anonymous says:

        Then what was the imperative for reopening if not the economic impact of restrictions? Are you suggesting they did not assess the economic impact of staying closed vs opening up? If not what DID they do? Lick their finger and hold it up to the wind? Hmmm…?? Come to think of it…The latter sounds like something the Panton/PACT Clown Car occupants would do.

    • Anonymous says:

      @7:46am Hmmm, tourists or no, are we supposed to remain lockdown until covid ends? Remember we had community spread long before the borders opened..

      This is not about money any more, this is about people’s mental health and well being. The people that have died have chosen not to accept the only proven gateway to surviving this virus and that is to get vaccinated.

      We have had more people dying than we should but what more can you expect the Government to do? We have what is termed the best of the vaccines being given freely and at no cost and yet we still have a small portion of the people refusing to get vaccinated and instead would prefer to walk the streets and protest about human rights.

      Locking us down again will do nothing to stem Omicron.

  5. Anonymous says:

    How many more to come to this fate? I ask why? Profits, economics, tourism? I thought one’s life was priceless vaxxed or unvaxxed? Where has humanity gone to? Where are all the discrimination lawyers now? Oh my how our world has changed and what people chooses what is important or not important.

  6. Anonymous says:

    The Uk have just reduced the isolation period for positive cases to 5 days so hopefully cayman do the same today.

    • Anonymous says:

      Hopefully Cayman will not do that. The UK’s decision was based on economics and the PM’s current political woes. It had nothing to do with public health or science other than political science.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Hard to have sympathy for people who are unvaccinated at this point.

    • Beaumont Zodecloun says:

      Likewise, it will be hard to have sympathy for you when whatever gets you does the job. I wonder which comorbidity will get you.

      If you haven’t been paying attention, people on all three islands that are fully vaccinated are getting — and in some cases — spreading the virus.

      Yes, those of us who are vaccinated are statistically more likely to survive, no question.

      Omicron seems to be the great leveler. I wonder who you will look down your nose at when the next variant is more than ‘breakthrough’.

      Just in case you were wondering, you exemplify many traits of a pinche cabrón. Might want to work on that. Those of us that live and breath and love the Cayman Islands want to pull together, adapt as we need, and do as necessary to benefit us all. If you disagree, that is your right, however you’ll just prove my point.

      • Anonymous says:

        Nice comment. As if we would not feel bad for those that are suffering tough side effects from the vaccine because they took a different path or say they should not be treated as it was their choice.

        What happens if in the long run the vaccinated start to show a weakened immune system due to the dependency on the vaccine and boosters to fight this or other diseases?

        At this point when we know everyone is spreading it, it should be more clear than ever that being vaccinated or not must be a personal choice as both decisions carry a level of risk.

        • Anonymous says:

          “the vaccinated start to show a weakened immune system due to the dependency on the vaccine and boosters to fight this or other diseases”

          Peer reviewed evidence to support this gibberish? Thought not.

          Fed up with paying increased health insurance premiums for your stupidity.

          • Anonymous says:

            Since booster shots are only authorized for emergency use and the vaccines are still in stage 3 of trails. How do you know that these vaccines have not weakened your immune system in the long run. Watch the thumbs down on this comment but it’s all facts.

            • Anonymous says:

              “how do you know …in the long run” … and “its all facts” about the same thing … how incongruous …

        • Anonymous says:

          Puleeze, 12:02:
          “What happens if in the long run the vaccinated start to show a weakened immune system due to the dependency on the vaccine and boosters to fight this or other diseases?”
          That lame question can be asked of all vaccines, antibiotics, antimicrobials, disinfectants, hand sanitizer, and therapies for infections. Save the moronic tin hat stuff for 4Chan.

      • Anonymous says:

        Scullion Goat? lol

        • Anonymous says:

          That is a literal translation, however the phrase carries a different meaning within some cultures. ;o)

    • Anonymous says:

      The sentiment that “it’s only those people who will die” should not bring you comfort.

      Putting aside the vacuum of humanity it takes to believe that and to declare it aloud, the societal acceptance of a class who deserves death means that everyone in that society is in danger.

    • Anonymous says:

      @12:18

      You perceive yourself as correct beyond a shadow of doubt, isn’t it?

      Your strawman comment lacking empathy, dehumanizes people who disagree with you. In other words, it demonstrates the very worst of human behaviour.

  8. Anonymous says:

    More than 90% of Covid cases in the UK are now caused by Omicron. Over the past 2 days nearly 400 Covid patients per day have died.

    https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/

    • Say it like it is. says:

      12.17pm There were approx 715 deaths per day in the UK from flu/pneumonia during the first 5 weeks of 2021, probably higher now.

      • Anonymous says:

        Source? Anybody can make sh!t up and post it.

        • Anonymous says:

          UK COVID update: Daily cases drop 7 days in a row, deaths rising

          – New cases: 129,587
          – Average: 148,357 (-9,309)
          – In hospital: 19,735 (+41)
          – In ICU: 791 (-17)
          – New deaths: 398
          – Average: 246 (+9)

          150,000 Americans hospitalized with COVID-19, highest since pandemic began

          U.S. reports more than 900,000 new coronavirus cases, biggest one-day increase on record

          • Anonymous says:

            Link required. Anyone can replicate and/or modify stats.

            • Anonymous says:

              @9:47:
              Are you so computer illiterate that you cannot find/verify simple stats? How do you even post here? I found all the stats in a like less than two minutes. Your turn, bright-box. HINT: Fir the UK try checking out Coronavirus data at uk gov site. And for the USA try checking out the data spreadsheet(s) “COVID Daily Rolling Average Case Death and Hospitalization Rates” at the USA gov Healthdata web site. 7:32’s data was on the mark according to official data published around the time his comment was posted. You really need to try a bit harder instead of being spoon fed. Oh, and when in doubt, you can try a site that you might not be familiar with yet. It is called “Google”. Just be careful because you might not yet be able to discern facts from tin hat stuff. With some experience you should be ok.

          • Anonymous says:

            January 12, 2022

            India reports 247,417 new coronavirus cases, the biggest one-day increase since May 2021

        • Anonymous says:

          4:00:
          You are the one making the challenge. Let’s see you refute it. Can you?

    • Anonymous says:

      Yep. The uk have handled the pandemic very well and will be the first European country to recover from the pandemic. We should try and follow their lead. End isolation, omicron is not killing the vaccinated,

    • Anonymous says:

      January 12, 2022

      U.S. COVID update: Cases and hospitalizations at record-high, deaths rising

      – New cases: 908,916
      – Average: 791,803 (+27,457)
      – States reporting: 50/50
      – In hospital: 150,119 (+4,247)
      – ICU: 25,170 (+557)
      – New deaths: 2,665
      – Average: 1,817 (+95)

    • Anonymous says:

      The US recorded 2,665 new deaths yesterday and will likely break 1,000,000 infections today or by the end of this week, and many are predicting this number is actually much higher because test kits cannot be found easily or are outrageously priced

  9. Anonymous says:

    There still must be a lot of Delta though.
    The article says there are 3559 active cases of COVID in Cayman.
    Confirmed Omicron 132 plus suspected Omicron 1604 totals 1736.
    3559 minus the 1736 leaves 1823.
    So it would appear there are still around 1823 cases of Delta.
    Stats all around the world are showing that those people who get a third vaccine dose are much better off, so I would encourage everyone to get theirs when eligible.

  10. Stage 5 now! says:

    Condolences to the family of the deceased. Find comfort in the pleasant memories of 88 years filled with good times.

    We now need to turn our attention to our most vulnerable and sensitive members of society. our future, our children.

    Why are they still being locked up for 15 days plus after travel?

    Now that Community spread of Omicron has been well established, we must reduce the mental burden on our children.

    We must reduce and eventually completely remove quarantine for young children traveling with vaccinated adults.

    We can have them perform daily Lateral flow/Rapid tests instead like the existing school policy.

    It is time to put our children’s mental health front and center, we must move to stage 5 of the border reopening immediately!

    • Anonymous says:

      A lot of conflicting thoughts in your comment.

    • Anonymous says:

      What do you think of the study that shows kids who have had Covid are almost 3 times more likely to develop diabetes?

      • Anonymous says:

        So locking up children for 15 days will save them from Diabetes?

        It will only cause anxiety, lack of exercise and poor eating habits.

        The cure can not be worse than the disease.

        • Anonymous says:

          Perhaps it will save other children from getting it???
          Do you despise spending so much time with your kids? That’s a while other problem then.

        • Anonymous says:

          Nice deflection

        • Anonymous says:

          My child is more anxious in school worrying about his classmates giving him Covid, testing for Covid constantly and having to wear masks all of the time. He is failing all of his classes since these outbreaks.

  11. Caymanian says:

    It would be curious to know if this is a:

    1. Delta Covid related death OR
    2. Omicron Covid related death.

    Is Omicron strong enough to kill which would fly in the face of those who would say Omicron is like the flu. I thought Delta was the flu???

    • Anonymous says:

      the flu and can does kill

      • Anonymous says:

        Neither are flus. Sigh.

      • Anonymous says:

        But for some odd reason, those lives never warranted lock downs and economical collapse.

        • Anonymous says:

          Actually the economy and its operation was much stronger and better before Covid was allowed to take hold. All at the insistence of a tourism industry that now appears, unequivocally, to be doing much more harm than good.

          • Anonymous says:

            Walk left side of the road, safe.
            Walk right side of the road, safe.
            Walk in middle get squashed just like grape.

            -Mr. Miyagi

            • Anonymous says:

              Squashed grape make wine. Wine make you drunk. Drunk make you live with Covid better.

    • Anonymous says:

      Omicron is still dangerous, especially when unvaccinated and unboostered. However all the statistics coming from western countries has shown that overall it has led to much lower serious illness when compared to Delta. In part this is because it is less dangerous than Delta and in part it is because of the higher incidence of these countries being fully vaccinated.

      The morale of this story is that if you in one of the higher risk categories make sure you are properly vaccinated. If you are your risks of serious illness is much much lower than if you are not.

      • Anonymous says:

        The usual modern day thinking. Let’s not change our bad habits and get into shape and eat proper meals.. no… lets take a medication so that we can continue on our senseless way forward of mindless self-indulgence.

        The pharmaceutical ads on TV have sure convinced enough people in the west that we don’t need to improve the foundation of our lives, we just need to take a supplement or stimulant and we can continue.

    • Guido Marsupio says:

      Did you read the word “unvaccinated” for the person who died? That says it all. Omicron/Delta is a minor detail in the bigger picture.

    • Anon says:

      The deaths are unvaccinated. Omicron unlikely to kill vaxed. If unvaxed that is their own fault

  12. Anonymous says:

    Very sad news. If people need another reminder to take precautions to avoid Covid there is an increasing flow of evidence that Long Covid and recurring Covid also pose real risks.

    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2022/jan/12/long-covid-trial-britain-short-term-virus

    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2022/jan/12/long-covid-wife-suicide-give-others-hope

  13. Anonymous says:

    as i said before…no-one under 70 who is healthy and vaccinated will die from covid.
    get vaxxed or risk the consequences.

    • Anonymous says:

      Just because you said it before does not mean that it is either correct or morally right to say.

    • Anonymous says:

      I don’t think one can say that no-one vaccinated under 70 will die, but the chance of complications and death is drastically reduced if you are vaccinated. It’s that simple.

      Give yourself the best fighting chance and take the vaccine or forever roll the dice.

    • Anonymous says:

      Total bullshit

  14. Anonymous says:

    Some people can’t be vaccinated. For those, the people around them should have taken the proper precautions to not endanger that person’s life.

    • Anonymous says:

      Very, very few people cant be vaccinated with Pfizer. It is just the rare person that might have a severe allergic reaction to certain ingredients (such as polythene glycol). This is exceedingly rare.

      A lot of people are using this as an excuse.

      • Anonymous says:

        Or children under 12. Can we please approve kids 5-12 for the vax already, I’ll feel a lot better if my kids can get the shot and then we can travel without hassle.

        • Anonymous says:

          Or they could lift the ridiculous restrictions and allow parents to make informed decisions based on science rather than asinine travel requirements

          Ps. My kids are vaccinated.

        • Anonymous says:

          Not likely anytime soon, took my kids off island to be vaccinated.

      • Anonymous says:

        10:55…and how are the sensitive people to know if they would have reaction to that ingredient…or to another ingredient in the vaccine? I know of a couple people, who developed autoimmune conditions 2-3 months after the vaccine. Those who have sensitivities or allergies, their immune system can attack the protein contained in the vaccine, which is circulating in their bodies, and this can cause autoimmune condition.

  15. Anonymous says:

    My sympathy to the loved ones left behind. Blaming this on any government is a sterile undertaking. Vaxxed or not, let’s commit to observe the safety protocols — if we do that individually, the collective risk will lessen.

  16. Anonymous says:

    CNS. I think this is incorrect report given here that the elderly lady from the Brac that passed “was admitted to the George Town hospital a few days ago”. The Brac, beloved lady, passed at her home. Condolences to the entire family and we all mourn for this loss.

  17. Herknee says:

    Unvaccinated deaths are deaths by choice of the individual. The world cannot stop to place to life choices of those wanting to take and willing to take such risks.

    There has not been one death from covid confirmed in this wave of anyone who was fully vaccinated. That is the only metric that should drive policy decisions.

    • Anonymous says:

      “But did they have any underlying conditions” is one of the most heartless and ableist things you could ask someone who just lost a loved one to COVID. These are the vulnerable people we are supposed to take collective action to protect. These deaths aren’t somehow “less”

  18. Anonymous says:

    So drinking and driving plus murder has killed more people than covid?

    • Caymanian says:

      So….

      Does this mean that those who die of Covid because your STUPID @#@ won’t get vaxed or wear a mask or just make a stupid statement??? Curious

  19. Anonymous says:

    Some very simple things can be done to suppress the spread. A large proportion of office workers can work from home. This also assists with alleviating traffic congestion.

    Crowd limits need to be reduced again. Safety inspectors should visit workplaces to ensure the protocols are being met.

    Sadly many of the social distancing protocols initiated at the beginning are now ignored. We re not learning to live with it.

    • Anonymous says:

      7:51 am THIS! Working from home! Would and should be a big part of the mitigation efforts.

  20. Anonymous says:

    CITA – when you said this was safe and that we were ready, do you wonder whether these families were amongst those that actually believed you?

    • Dandaman says:

      Zero reported deaths from covid of vaccinated residents. It is safe if you want it to be.

      • Anonymous says:

        Not true. One person who died was vaccinated.

        • Anon says:

          Fully vaccinated deaths are zero. Nothing else matters.

          • Anonymous says:

            The multiple people suffering illness? The thousands locked inside for weeks? The businesses being disrupted and failing? The livelihoods and relations being destroyed? None of that matters?

    • Anonymous says:

      It IS safe! Unvaccinated people are the ones dying and they’ve chosen to ignore vaccination recommendations.

      • Anonymous says:

        Bullshit. Your disregard for lives and livelihoods is disgusting. Your “safe” reopening is both killing people and destroying a formally well-functioning economy.

  21. Anonymous says:

    The other went off the road and ran into a concrete installation at the roundabout.

  22. Anonymous says:

    With or as a result? I suppose it’s “as a result” if the hospital won’t take you in for ongoing, unrelated, necessary treatment.

    CNS: The precise wording of the release was: “Two more persons have died of COVID-19 related causes Public Health Officials reported today.”

    • Anonymous says:

      Thank you CNS. Some people just do not want to understand.

    • Anonymous says:

      There is no “with”. People with comorbidities manage them for years, contract Covid and die. Without the Covid, they would have continued to manage their comorbidities.

      The “with or from Covid” rally is inane, and mostly bleated by those who wish to act without compassion or responsibility.

  23. JM says:

    Anti Vaxers still doesn’t get it.

    Begging for the vaccine just before you are strung up on a ventilation machine is futile.

  24. Anonymous says:

    Thanks PAC! You’re did us proud!

  25. Anonymous says:

    Let’s get boosted people…There are still no vaccinated deaths, let’s try to keep it that way.

  26. Anonymous says:

    As usual, the deaths are unvaccinated

    • Anonymous says:

      your comment isn’t corroborated by the CNS article above. Govt officials only confirmed that one of the deceased was unvaccinated.

  27. Anonymous says:

    Early treatments save lives and prevent hospitalisation. The first 3 days are crucial. Even if your doctor refuses to start you on therapeutics, you can do it yourself; by now pretty much everyone who is in a high risk group must know what to do. God helps those who helps themselves.

    Condolences to the families of the deceased.

    • Anonymous says:

      Vaccinations save lives, even if you are too stupid to go get them.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yep, the swiss government has a good resource for prophylaxis and early treatment that involves mostly OTC: https://swprs.org/on-the-treatment-of-covid-19/

      *CNS: This is not a Swiss government website. It’s a conspiracy theory bullshit site that promotes QAnon among other craziness. Just because it has the word “policy” in the title does not make it official. Read more here.

      It includes ivermectin by the way, sounds like the conspiracy theorists were right.

      *CNS: Yes, it includes ivermectin because it’s a bullshit site that promotes conspiracy theories.

      If Cayman were actually interested in saving lives and getting back to normal, the government would be making sure these medications are available to everyone.

      And no the swiss government is not a facebook post from an anti-vaxxer, its the swiss government.

      *CNS: No, Swiss Policy Research is not the Swiss government. It is run by fraudsters. Covid: Swiss health authorities warn people not to take horse medicine

    • Anonymous says:

      Alaskans have new choices to treat COVID-19, including oral drugs.
      … each drug has a different profile of who it can benefit, but both are meant for people who are considered high risk for adverse effects from COVID-19.
      … To be effective, Cutchins said, they have to be taken early on.
      Patients need to start them within five days of that first symptom, or five days of a positive test, whichever comes first…Patients do have to be symptomatic, and they DO HAVE to have risk for SEVERE disease.
      https://www.alaskasnewssource.com/2022/01/12/alaskans-have-new-choices-treat-covid-19-including-oral-drugs/

      Where does Cayman stand on covid treatments?

      By the way, these 2 medicines under emergency use authorization, therefore not 100% safe.

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