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And if a vaccinated person does contract Covid, do we disallow a treatment (Vit C by IV) that has been shown to improve recovery?
Unlike Ivermectin, it is prudent to allow medicine to be used where robust research has shown benefits. Vit C by IV falls into that category.
Absolutely true... but how is it relevant to the topic? Are we not already exploring all kinds of treatment for recovery? And is it not ALWAYS recommended to consult a real doctor for it, instead of trying random stuff yourself, as medical background matters?