Singapore could use the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act (POFMA) against websites pushing Ivermectin as a cure for Covid-19


Not only Ivermectin pushers but The Truth warriors should also watch out!

The writer of this may be in trouble, if they manage to identify him:

Misleading claims about Singapore, Covid-19, the Pfizer vaccine and secretive use of Ivermectin (7 July 2021)


Wong Casandra·Senior Reporter
Wed, 20 October 2021, 7:29 pm

SINGAPORE — Health Minister Ong Ye Kung on Wednesday (20 October) said that authorities are “certainly looking” into invoking Singapore’s fake news law against websites that encourage people to consume the antiparasitic drug ivermectin to prevent or cure COVID-19.

Responding to media queries during a doorstop interview, Ong stressed that medical professionals in the Ministry of Health “are very clear that ivermectin is not suitable for the treatment” of the coronavirus disease.

“Whatever it has been used in the lab to kill the COVID virus is that the dosage is too high for humans to use safely,” added the co-chair of the COVID-19 multi-ministry taskforce.

As such, authorities will look into issuing notices under the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act (POFMA) to websites promoting the consumption of the drug.

This comes two weeks after the Health Sciences Authority (HSA) reiterated its call for members of the public to refrain from taking ivermectin for the prevention or treatment of COVID-19.

The advisory was issued shortly after Facebook user Vanessa Koh Wan Ling alleged that her mother had obtained and taken the drug on the advice of fellow parishioners at Church of the Risen Christ.

“Consumers are strongly advised not to self-medicate with ivermectin and to consult their doctor for proper treatment of COVID-19,” said the HSA on 5 October. It had in September issued a similar advisory.

“Self-medicating with ivermectin can be dangerous to your health,” said the HSA, adding that there have been reports of patients requiring hospitalisation after taking the drug, commonly used as a de-wormer for horses.

Side-effects from taking ivermectin can include vomiting, diarrhoea, stomach pain, and neurologic adverse events such as dizziness, seizures, and confusion. Individuals can also suffer from a sudden drop in blood pressure, severe skin rash potentially requiring hospitalisation, and liver injury, such as hepatitis.

The HSA added that it takes a serious view against those engaged in the illegal sale and supply of medicines, including ivermectin, and will take strong enforcement action against such individuals.

If convicted under the Health Products Act, each offender can face up to two years in jail, or be fined up to $50,000, or both.



Ivermectin use in Singapore among some Christians

Ivermectin – used for treating infections caused by certain parasites. Covid is not a parasite and should not be treated via Ivermectin.

This is what happens when you try to be a doctor – my mom, under the influence of two individuals whom she met in Risen Christ church – Clara Ng and Judy Koh (purchaser of ivermectin for all 3 individuals is in the last screenshot) – has landed in hospital due to

  1. Dizziness
  2. Vomitting / Nausea
  3. Loss of appetite
  4. Severe joint pain
  5. Tiredness
  6. Inability to walk and stand

All are side effects of ivermectin – an illegal drug purchased.

Why? The doctors asked me. It didn’t make sense to me, just as it didn’t for them. COVID Know-It-All experts Judy Koh and Clara Ng have convinced my mom that


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