A Key West doctor who participated in a Florida anti-vaccination summit now has COVID

Seven doctors who gathered at a COVID anti-vaccination summit in Florida to tout the anti-parasitic drug ivermectin and other alternative measures to prevent the transmission of the coronavirus have now contracted COVID-19, The Daily Beast reported Tuesday .
One of the doctors - Dr. Bruce Boros - comes from the Florida Keys.
Key West's Boros told the Miami Herald in September 2020 that he had administered ivermectin to COVID patients, which is widely used as a de-wormer for cows, horses, and other farm animals.
"It kept them from the downward slide they were on," Boros said at the time.
The Florida Summit on COVID, held at the World Equestrian Center in Ocala on November 6, drew doctors from across the country, according to Newsweek.
At the summit, Boros reportedly said he and his wife have been taking ivermectin for 16 months. "I've never felt healthier in my life," reported Daily Beast.
According to news reports, Boros, a 71-year-old cardiologist, is "seriously ill" at his Key West home, according to The Beast.
Ivermectin, an anti-parasite drug, is used by some doctors to treat COVID-19.
Calls from the Miami Herald to his office went unanswered.
The November summit was held to discuss "the vaccines, natural immunity in those who have previously had the virus, vaccine mandates and related issues," according to The Gainesville Sun.
The organizer of the summit, Dr. John Littell said the Daily Beast Boros was one of seven who tested positive or developed COVID symptoms "within days of the conference," which was attended by about 900 participants.
Littell added that he believes those who got sick were exposed before the summit and that it wasn't a superspreader event, according to the Daily Beast.
Boros' last Facebook post was on November 12th. In it, Boros, who owns and operates the Keys' three Advanced Urgent Care clinics, goes against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the National Institutes on Health for promoting the current COVID vaccines such as Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson.
“Big Pharma makes BILLIONS from lethal injections! They don't care about chasing bad results for jabs because they don't want their financial gravy to be interrupted. Nobody has the money to fight them. In the end. NO CHILDREN JAB! " he posted. "REJECT AUTHORITY MEDICINE."
When COVID first hit the island chain, Boros stressed the wearing of masks, social distancing, highway checkpoints, and closing Key West and Marathon airports and marinas to keep tourists away from the Keys, the Herald reported in April 2020.
Medical researchers, however, were not convinced of his passion for ivermectin.
The National Institutes of Health's Panel on COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines recommended that ivermectin, which was first approved as an anti-parasitic drug in 1975, should not be used to treat COVID outside of clinical trials.
The US Food and Drug Administration published on its website in September 2021 that the use of ivermectin to treat or prevent COVID-19 "is not approved or approved for the prevention or treatment of COVID-19 in humans or animals".
The FDA added that ivermectin is approved for human use to treat infections caused by some parasitic worms and head lice and skin conditions such as rosacea.
"Currently available data does not indicate that ivermectin is effective against COVID-19," the FDA said in its release. "Clinical trials evaluating ivermectin tablets for preventing or treating COVID-19 in humans are ongoing."

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