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29 July 2020 16:48

Hydroxychloroquine Coronavirus Nigeria

Donald Trump hails Covid doctor who said sex with demons makes people sick

Dr Stella Immanuel biography: Doctor in hydroxychloroquine video wey Facebook & Twitter delete bin declare say Covid-19 pandemic na diabolic spiritual battle inside America Frontline Doctors video Informate don dey comot about who Dr Stella Immanuel be, why she comot to tok about hydroxychloroquine and who di group wey she bin dey wit be. Earlier, we bin report say big-big social media companies like Facebook and Twitter don comot one trending video of Dr Stella wia she tok about how she treat pipo wit hydroxychloroquine, di melecine wey World Health Organisation declare say no dey work ontop Covid-19 patients. But BBC Pidgin don torchlight one oda video ontop YouTube wey be like di part two of press conference wey Dr Stella and some oda doctors bin show for. Di doctors dem wey tanda wit Dr Stella Immanuel call demsef America Frontline Doctors (AGF) and dem be group of medical professionals wey dey take strong eye look wetin oda scientists don agree about di pandemic. Wia dis foto come from, Other Wetin we call dis foto, Earlier on 28 July di website of America Frontline Doctors bin dey work, but by afternoon e don disappear wit dia videos join For May, America Frontline Doctors founder Simone Gold, bin organise letter to Oga Trump wia im ask am to end di lockdown rules.

Ralph Norman, wey bi Republican member of di House of Representatives, bin dey wit di doctors wen dem deliver dia press conference wey tok about di success of hydroxychloroquine as treatment of dia Covid-19 patients. For dia conference, one AGF medical doctor accuse big pharmaceutical companies say dem dey fear to lose money because dem sabi say hydroxychloroquine dey work. For statement to BBC News, Twitter say: "Tweets wit di video dey in violation of our Covid-19 misinformation policy. Foto: Twitter In this undated video Dr Stella Immanuel speaks with members of the group America's Frontline Doctors. Dr. Stella Immanuel, who promoted an unproven COVID-19 treatment in a video shared by President Donald Trump this week, is a member of a controversial Tea Party-backed group of medics.

Dr. Stella Immanuel, who appeared in a controversial video promoting an unproven COVID-19 treatment, is a member of a group of pro-Trump medics who have for months been pushing misinformation about the virus. In the video, clips of which were shared this week by President Donald Trump, Immanuel appears at a news conference outside the Supreme Court with other members of the group, America's Frontline Doctors, and GOP Rep. Ralph Norman. The Food and Drug Administration has said that hydroxychloroquine is not an effective COVID-19 treatment and that it should not be used for coronavirus patients because of a risk of dangerous heart problems. The founder of America's Frontline Doctors, who also appears in the video, has been a vocal critic of measures to slow the spread of COVID-19 and said in May that most Americans need not worry about it. Immanuel has also questioned the effectiveness of wearing masks to stop the spread of the disease – despite mounting evidence that it is one of the best protective measures people can take.

The president's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., had his Twitter account temporarily limited for sharing it; the site said it violated its rules against promoting coronavirus misinformation. Dr. Stella Immanuel has achieved viral fame after her claims about Covid-19 treatment were retweeted by Donald Trump in a video. Those clips have since been removed from social media and, according to The Washington Post, Trump's Twitter was penalized due to the posting of "misinformation", including the video with Dr. Stella Immanuel. 'Dr. Stella', as mentioned in the tweet, is part of America's Frontline Doctors, an organisation in the US which supports claims about the use of Hydroxychloroquine to treat Covid-19. According to her Twitter profile, Stella says she is a "Physician, Author, Speaker, Entrepreneur, Deliverance Minister, God's battle axe and weapon of war", who has come forward to support Donald Trump's use of Hydroxychloroquine.

Donald Trump praised 'spectacular' Doctor Stella Immanuel, right, who falsely claimed that Covid-19 has a cure (Pictures: AP/YouTube) Asked about his retweet of Doctor Stella Immanuel, which falsely claimed anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine is a cure for coronavirus, Trump told a White House press conference Tuesday: 'I've read a lot about hydroxy. She insists that masks don't prevent the spread of Covid-19, despite Trump himself urging Americans to wear them. While cases of COVID-19 are rising in twenty-five states, President Donald Trump's new favorite coronavirus doctor, Stella Immanuel, MD, falsely claims there is a cure for the disease, says we do not need to wear masks, and tweeted a "double dog dare" at Anthony Fauci, MD, to give her a "urine sample" in order to expose him for taking hydroxychloroquine. Featured in a viral video created by the media outlet Breitbart that has since been pulled from Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube for spreading dangerous misinformation, Immanuel is a Houston-based physician affiliated with the group America's Frontline Doctors and also the founder and pastor of Fire Power Ministries. Here are a few things you need to know about Stella Immanuel, the doctor who President Trump said he thought was "very impressive" on the same day Florida set a new record for coronavirus deaths.

3.) Immanuel not only recommends a drug that doesn't work, but one that could hurt people with heart problems or on other medications.