7 doctors get Covid-19 at anti-vax conference

“Seven anti-vaccine doctors fell sick after gathering earlier this month for a Florida ‘summit’ at which alternative treatments for Covid-19 were discussed,” the Guardian reported on Tuesday, November 23, 2021 (read story here).

“’I have been on ivermectin for 16 months, my wife and I,’ Dr. Bruce Boros told the audience at the event held at the World Equestrian Center in Ocala, adding: ‘I have never felt healthier in my life,'” the Guardian quoted.

Note they held the event at a horse venue, not a medical facility, although granted the place isn’t exactly a sawdust ring inside a barn (see photo below).

Anyway, Boros, 71 (photo, above right), a “staunch anti-vaccine advocate contracted Covid-19 two days later, according to the head event organizer, Dr. John Littell,” the Guardian said. Boros is, or perhaps was, a cardiologist in Key West. (See separate story involving Dr. Boros here.)

Dr. Littell (photo, left) promptly denied his conference was a spreader event and shifted the blame to the sick doctors.  I think they had gotten it from New York or Michigan or wherever they were from,” he told the Daily Beast. “It was really the people who flew in from other places.”

He also asserted, “Everybody so far has responded to treatment with ivermectin … Bruce is doing well. But Daily Beast reported that “sources close to Boros said he was gravely ill at his Key West home.”

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