Why is Hydroxychloroquine Suppressed to Treat Covid-19 SARS-CoV-2 in Favour of a Vaccine?

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Helen Garvey
11 Robert Saville Court
Half Acre Mews
Rochdale
OL114DX

23 November 2020

Dear NHS England,

I sent the same request, which was refused becuase I hadn't provided my full name and address. Of what need is this, as it even warns that my address will be made public, but if the questions are answered then I do not really care otherwise.

There was a group of medical doctors in the United States earlier this year who spoke about successfully treating their patients at the very early stages of Covid-19 SARS-CoV-2 with the anti-malaria drug Hydroxychloroquine, or they used it as a prophylaxis for patients, and these doctors experienced no deaths in their patients. This video was highly censored by all the big tech, and some doctors wrongly lost their jobs. https://soundcloud.com/onlyjesussaves/am...

All information speaking of this cheap treatment to prevent the deaths of Covid-19 patients is censored. Take this incredibly articulate article on Hydroxychloroquine containing many links to back up the article narrative, which was removed from Medium.com.

https://www.covidtruths.co.uk/wp-content...

Why is the NHS purposely suppressing the use of a cheap effective drug that has been used for over seventy years, backed up by a group of frontline medical staff in America, to treat this SARS-CoV-2 in favour of an expensive vaccine?

Are NHS staff who speak against the bias mainstream narrative of the UK Government and the mainstream media threatened the loss of their job, to continue the pretense of a pandemic, which is a casedemic because of the inaccurate PCR tests?

I would appreciate to hear the truth, not just the same narrative from a script sheet. I am tired of being lied to, as I am sure every other UK person is.

Yours faithfully,

Helen Garvey

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“There was a group of medical doctors in the United States earlier this
year who spoke about successfully treating their patients at the very
early stages of Covid-19 SARS-CoV-2 with the anti-malaria drug
Hydroxychloroquine, or they used it as a prophylaxis for patients, and
these doctors experienced no deaths in their patients. This video was
highly censored by all the big tech, and some doctors wrongly lost their
jobs. [1]https://soundcloud.com/onlyjesussaves/am...
 
All information speaking of this cheap treatment to prevent the deaths of
Covid-19 patients is censored. Take this incredibly articulate article on
Hydroxychloroquine containing many links to back up the article narrative,
which was removed from Medium.com.
 
[2]https://www.covidtruths.co.uk/wp-content...
 
Why is the NHS purposely suppressing the use of a cheap effective drug
that has been used for over seventy years, backed up by a group of
frontline medical staff in America, to treat this SARS-CoV-2 in favour of
an expensive vaccine?
 
Are NHS staff who speak against the bias mainstream narrative of the UK
Government and the mainstream media threatened the loss of their job, to
continue the pretense of a pandemic, which is a casedemic because of the
inaccurate PCR tests?
 
I would appreciate to hear the truth, not just the same narrative from a
script sheet. I am tired of being lied to, as I am sure every other UK
person is.” 
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