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    The problem is to wake up the sheeple people. If it sounds too way-out to be true then it simply isn't according to them.
    With most of them, they "know" they are right so why do any research?

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    "6. Summary and outlooks
    Malignant tumors are one of the most serious diseases that threaten human health and social development today, and chemotherapy is one of the most important methods for the treatment of malignant tumors. In recent years, many new chemotherapeutic drugs have entered the clinic, but tumor cells are prone to drug resistance and obvious adverse reactions to these drugs. Therefore, the development of new drugs that can overcome resistance, improve anticancer activity, and reduce side effects is an urgent problem to be solved in chemotherapy. Drug repositioning is a shortcut to accelerate the development of anticancer drugs.

    As mentioned above, the broad-spectrum antiparasitic drug IVM, which is widely used in the field of parasitic control, has many advantages that suggest that it is worth developing as a potential new anticancer drug. IVM selectively inhibits the proliferation of tumors at a dose that is not toxic to normal cells and can reverse the MDR of tumors. Importantly, IVM is an established drug used for the treatment of parasitic diseases such as river blindness and elephantiasis. It has been widely used in humans for many years, and its various pharmacological properties, including long- and short-term toxicological effects and drug metabolism characteristics are very clear. In healthy volunteers, the dose was increased to 2 mg/Kg, and no serious adverse reactions were found, while tests in animals such as mice, rats, and rabbits found that the median lethal dose (LD50) of IVM was 10-50 mg/Kg [112] In addition, IVM has also been proven to show good permeability in tumor tissues [50]. Unfortunately, there have been no reports of clinical trials of IVM as an anticancer drug. There are still some problems that need to be studied and resolved before IVM is used in the clinic.

    (1) Although a large number of research results indicate that IVM affects multiple signaling pathways in tumor cells and inhibits proliferation, IVM may cause antitumor activity in tumor cells through specific targets. However, to date, no exact target for IVM action has been found. (2) IVM regulates the tumor microenvironment, inhibits the activity of tumor stem cells and reduces tumor angiogenesis and tumor metastasis. However, there is no systematic and clear conclusion regarding the related molecular mechanism. Therefore, in future research, it is necessary to continue to explore the specific mechanism of IVM involved in regulating the tumor microenvironment, angiogenesis and EMT. (3) It has become increasingly clear that IVM can induce a mixed cell death mode involving apoptosis, autophagy and pyroptosis depending on the cell conditions and cancer type. Identifying the predominant or most important contributor to cell death in each cancer type and environment will be crucial in determining the effectiveness of IVM-based treatments. (4) IVM can enhance the sensitivity of chemotherapeutic drugs and reduce the production of resistance. Therefore, IVM should be used in combination with other drugs to achieve the best effect, while the specific medication plan used to combine IVM with other drugs remains to be explored.

    Most of the anticancer research performed on the avermectin family has been focused on avermectin and IVM until now. Avermectin family drugs such as selamectin [36,41,113], and doramectin [114] also have anticancer effects, as previously reported. With the development of derivatives of the avermectin family that are more efficient and less toxic, relevant research on the anticancer mechanism of the derivatives still has great value. Existing research is sufficient to demonstrate the great potential of IVM and its prospects as a novel promising anticancer drug after additional research. We believe that IVM can be further developed and introduced clinically as part of new cancer treatments in the near future.

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    Declaration of Competing Interest
    The authors report no declarations of interest.

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    This work was supported by the Science Research Innovation Team Project of Anhui Colleges and Universities (2016-40), the Bengbu City Natural Science Foundation (2019-12), the Key Projects of Science Research of Bengbu Medical College (BYKY2019009ZD) and National University Students’ Innovation and Entrepreneurship Training Program (201910367001).

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    Hopefully, I will be giving this a go after my next cancer/tumour scan, with the agreement of my oncologist, which surprised me.
    I have all the IVM at my disposal now for myself, family and whoever needs it if and when the sh.t hits the fan, for prevention and cure of Covid, .... plus the chance that it might get rid of my tumours and cancer in conjunction with my chemotherapy.

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    When will the list start of those people that have created and pushed Covid and vaccinations, deaths and confusion on our planet's people ?

    Faucci, Gates, Rockafellas, Clintons, Preidents, media people, politicians, medical people, etc, ... I suppose could start somewhere here ?

    If it comes to pass that vaccinations do not stop the pandemic, and say Ivermectin will protect and cure, all these people should pay a big price for their hurt, greed, corruption and lies.

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    U.S. Admits It Raised Hong Kong’s Covid Risk Rating in Error

    why would we believe the US this time after so many recent lies

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    Here are our planet's Heroes, and more will reveal themselves in the evil Covid Agenda;

    International Alliance of Physicians and Medical Scientists
    September, 2021
    (view in Italian) (view in Slovak) (view in Dutch) (view in Spanish)

    [UPDATE: as of 8am ET on 9/30 over 7,800 doctors & scientists have signed the Rome Declaration. Please join us by reading and signing below.]

    We the physicians of the world, united and loyal to the Hippocratic Oath, recognizing the profession of medicine as we know it is at a crossroad, are compelled to declare the following;

    WHEREAS, it is our utmost responsibility and duty to uphold and restore the dignity, integrity, art and science of medicine;

    WHEREAS, there is an unprecedented assault on our ability to care for our patients;

    WHEREAS, public policy makers have chosen to force a “one size fits all” treatment strategy, resulting in needless illness and death, rather than upholding fundamental concepts of the individualized, personalized approach to patient care which is proven to be safe and more effective;

    WHEREAS, physicians and other health care providers working on the front lines, utilizing their knowledge of epidemiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology, are often first to identify new, potentially life saving treatments;

    WHEREAS, physicians are increasingly being discouraged from engaging in open professional discourse and the exchange of ideas about new and emerging diseases, not only endangering the essence of the medical profession, but more importantly, more tragically, the lives of our patients;

    WHEREAS, thousands of physicians are being prevented from providing treatment to their patients, as a result of barriers put up by pharmacies, hospitals, and public health agencies, rendering the vast majority of healthcare providers helpless to protect their patients in the face of disease. Physicians are now advising their patients to simply go home (allowing the virus to replicate) and return when their disease worsens, resulting in hundreds of thousands of unnecessary patient deaths, due to failure-to-treat;

    WHEREAS, this is not medicine. This is not care. These policies may actually constitute crimes against humanity.


    RESOLVED, that the physician-patient relationship must be restored. The very heart of medicine is this relationship, which allows physicians to best understand their patients and their illnesses, to formulate treatments that give the best chance for success, while the patient is an active participant in their care.

    RESOLVED, that the political intrusion into the practice of medicine and the physician/patient relationship must end. Physicians, and all health care providers, must be free to practice the art and science of medicine without fear of retribution, censorship, slander, or disciplinary action, including possible loss of licensure and hospital privileges, loss of insurance contracts and interference from government entities and organizations – which further prevent us from caring for patients in need. More than ever, the right and ability to exchange objective scientific findings, which further our understanding of disease, must be protected.

    RESOLVED, that physicians must defend their right to prescribe treatment, observing the tenet FIRST, DO NO HARM. Physicians shall not be restricted from prescribing safe and effective treatments. These restrictions continue to cause unnecessary sickness and death. The rights of patients, after being fully informed about the risks and benefits of each option, must be restored to receive those treatments.

    RESOLVED, that we invite physicians of the world and all health care providers to join us in this noble cause as we endeavor to restore trust, integrity and professionalism to the practice of medicine.

    RESOLVED, that we invite the scientists of the world, who are skilled in biomedical research and uphold the highest ethical and moral standards, to insist on their ability to conduct and publish objective, empirical research without fear of reprisal upon their careers, reputations and livelihoods.

    RESOLVED, that we invite patients, who believe in the importance of the physician-patient relationship and the ability to be active participants in their care, to demand access to science-based medical care.

    IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned has signed this Declaration as of the date first written.

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    Physicians and Medical Scientists

    Dr. Ira Bernstein, co-founder, Canadian Covid Care Alliance; lecturer, Dept. of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto

    Dr. Paul E. Alexander, clinical epidemiologist, former WHO-PAHO and US HHS consultant/senior Covid Pandemic advisor

    Dr. Pierre Kory, critical care and pulmonary medicine specialist, former Chief of Critical Care Service and Medical Director of Trauma and Life Support Center at University of Wisconsin

    Dr. Tess Lawrie, Director, The Evidence-Based Medicine Consultancy Ltd; founder, British Ivermectin Recommendation Development; CEO of non-profit Ebmcsquared CiC

    Dr. Héctor Carvallo, former professor of Internal Medicine, Universidad de Buenos Aires, former Director Ezeiza Hospital, Buenos Aires, Argentina

    Dr. Mobeen Syed, physician, computer scientist, CEO of DrBeen Corp (US), clinical consultant (Pakistan)

    Dr. Paul E. Marik, professor of medicine and Chief of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Eastern Virginia Medical School

    Dr. Flavio Cadegiani, endocrinologist & visiting professor, faculty of Floriano (FAESF); ad hoc consultant, Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (Anvisa); consultant for National Commission for Incorporation of New Technologies, Devices and Drugs, Brazil, Brazil

    Dr. Marc G. Wathelet, molecular biologist, innate immunology and coronavirus expert, consultant, Belgium

    Dr. Eivind H. Vinjevoll, senior consultant of anesthesiology and intensive care medicine, chief medical advisor of emergency medicine, Volda, Norway

    Dr. Heather Gessling, family medicine doctor in Columbia, Missouri

    Dr. Mark McDonald, double board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist, Los Angeles, California

    Dr. Olufemi Emmanuel Babalola, professor of ophthalmology, IP HOD Surgery, Bingham University, Jos/Karu, Nigeria

    Dr. Richard Urso, scientist, sole inventor of an FDA-approved wound healing drug, former Chief of Orbital Oncology at MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Dr. John Littell, family physician, with practices in Kissimmee and Ocala, Florida

    Dr. Ryan Cole, board-certified pathologist, CEO of Cole Diagnostics, Boise, Idaho

    Dr. Brian Tyson, family medicine doctor, Urgent Care Covid Clinic, Imperial Valley, California

    Prof. Andrea G. Stramezzi, Italy

    Dr. Zsuszanna Ragó, specialist in coronavirus, primary care; IVERCOV project leader, University of Debrecen, Hungary

    Dr. Robert W. Malone, gene therapy, bio-defense, vaccines and immunology; discoverer of in-vitro and in-vivo RNA transfection and architect of mRNA vaccine platform

    Dr. Jean-Jacques Rajter, critical care, pulmonary medicine, sleep medicine

    Dr. Wong Ang Peng, Malaysian Alliance for Effective Covid Control (MAECC)

    Dr. Peter McCullough, clinical cardiologist, preventive cardiology and advanced lipidology, former vice chief of internal medicine at Baylor University Medical Center

    Dr. Jose Iglesias, associate professor, Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall

    Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche, virology, vaccine R&D, former Sr Ebola Program Manager, Global Alliance for Vaccines & Immunization (GAVI), former Head of Vaccine Development Office, German Center for Infection Research

    Dr. Catherine L. Lawson, research professor, Institute for Quantitative Biomedicine, Rutgers University, Piscataway, New Jersey

    Dr. Claudio Saliba de Avelar, medical coordinator, Espaço Mulher, Pardini Institute, Belo Horizonte, Brazil

    Dr. Claudia Chaufan, professor, Health Policy and Global Health, York University, Toronto

    Dr. Gregory Dembo, director of Transplant Anesthesia, University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, Washington

    Dr. Brian J. Koos, maternal and fetal medicine, UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles, California

    Dr. Giovanni Frajese, endocrinology and cancer research; associate professor, Applied Medical Technical Sciences, University of Rome “Foro Italico”, Rome, Italy

    Dr. Eric Wargotz, Clinical Professor of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, the George Washington University School of Medicine, Washington, DC

    Dr. Phillip Sirota, Veterans Affairs Health Care System, Phoenix, Arizona

    Dr. Donald W. Miller, retired Professor Emeritus of Surgery, former Chief of Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, Washington

    Dr. Xiaoxu Lin, former microbiologist, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Viral Diseases Branch, former in-theater infectious diseases surveillance lab head, US Army

    Dr. R. Duane Cook, thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon, University of Florida Health

    Dr. Ming Chu Wang, Department of Anesthesia, National Taiwan University Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan

    Dr. Ondrej Halgas, biomedical researcher, University of Toronto, Canada

    Dr. Mark Kreimer, board certified emergency medicine physician, Brooklyn, New York

    Dr. Kraig Lage, diagnostic radiology, University Of Missouri HealthCare, Columbia, Missouri

    Dr. Annie L. Emmick, board certified pediatric specialist, Northwestern Medicine, Illinois

    Dr. Brent Stewart, Emeritus Professor, Diagnostic Physics, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, Washington

    Dr. Andrei N. Tchernitchin, director of Laboratory of Experimental Endocrinology and Environmental Pathology ICBM, Faculty of Medicine, University of Chile

    Dr Simon J Thornley, public health physician, lecturer and researcher in epidemiology and biostatistics, University of Auckland, New Zealand

    Dr. Spiro P. Pantazatos, Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurobiology (Psychiatry) at Columbia University, research scientist at New York State Psychiatric Institute

    Dr. Marialuisa Partisani, deputy head, general medicine, HIV infection care center, Hopitaux Universitaires de Strasbourg, France

    Dr. Allesandro Santin, professor of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive sciences, Yale School of Medicine; Disease Aligned Research team leader, Yale Cancer Center, New Haven, Connecticut

    And thousands more physicians, medical scientists and researchers from around the globe.

    Global Covid Summit

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    the start of something bigger ??

    12 months ICAC has been looking at issues ... interesting

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    Expert asked about vitamin C, zinc during court challenge to COVID-19 vaccine mandate

    interesting testimony , i wonder if other expert opinions will be sought

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    from D12 hc;

    Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has announced that every authorised worker must have their first Covid vaccination by October 15 to continue working.“We have had overnight and again this morning, some very serious discussions at [National] Cabinet level. The public health team have provided us with some updated advice,” said Daniel Andrews in a press conference this morning.Authorised workers have until November 26 to be fully vaccinated (which currently means two doses of an approved vaccine).The groups of workers affected by the requirement include healthcare, construction, freight, aged care, and education.

    “They’re not about stopping people from going to work, they’re about making sure that we can open up – they’re about making sure that people can go to work – that people can be safe and that we can defend and deliver our roadmap for opening,” added the premier.Despite strict lockdowns, AND BULK INJECTIONS Victoria’s Covid case numbers continue to rise with 1,143 new cases.

    This is the full list of Victorian authorised workers who need to get vaccinated against COVID to remain on site - ABC News
    The list includes any person who performs work that is essential for the continued operation of:

    an Authorised Provider; or
    authorised health services; or
    any interpreters, cultural or other support workers to the extent that they are providing support to authorised providers; or
    funerary or mortuary services or related activities; or
    marriage celebrant only if one or both of the two persons being married are at the end of life, or will be deported from Australia unless the marriage takes place; or
    elective surgery and post-operative care in health services in regional Victoria; or
    emergency services, including both volunteers and paid workers in:
    the State Emergency Services; and
    firefighting services; and
    paramedical services; and
    ambulance and paramedics services; and
    air ambulance and medical retrieval services (including Royal Flying Doctor Service); and
    Victoria Police employees, Protective Services Officers and police custody officers; and military and defence services deployed for activities in Victoria; or
    state security or national security; or
    essential infrastructure and essential services that are required to maintain or protect human health, safety and wellbeing (whether provided by a public or private undertaking), and including construction, maintenance and repair of such infrastructure; or
    critical repairs to any premises where required for emergency or safety; or
    personal trainers (with an ABN for this purpose) providing services solely outdoors and not at a residential premise; or
    broadcasting online classes from physical recreation facilities (no more than 5 people at the facility); or
    broadcasting performances from entertainment facilities (no more than 5 people at the facility); or
    faith leaders broadcasting services and ceremonies at places of worship, with the minimum number of people required for the broadcast to occur (no more than 5 people); or
    retail goods workers supporting the operation of click and collect or click and deliver orders; or
    health practitioners, including medical, nursing, midwifery and allied health students on placement, when undertaking critical training and examinations; or
    allied health professionals working in private or public community services, whether clinic-based or home-based, providing urgent clinical care where telehealth services are not clinically appropriate; Example: orthotists and prosthetists providing services such as fitting a brace post-surgery.
    maternal and child health workers providing essential care to children under school age and their mothers/caregivers; or
    a person who is critical to, and involved in, the State's COVID-19 response (including in hotel quarantine and vaccination services); or
    immunisation and vaccination providers including pharmacy immunisers and Aboriginal Healthcare Workers
    roadside assistance services; or
    local government specific services such as: essential environmental health functions that protect the health and wellbeing of the community, and high-risk local law enforcement; or
    a member of Parliament and up to two staff to ensure minimal functioning of an electorate office; or
    anyone required to ensure the Victorian Parliament can operate; or
    anyone required to ensure the functioning of the Commonwealth of Australia Parliament; or
    a Federal Parliamentarian undertaking essential work to ensure operation of the Parliament of Australia (including attending electorate or ministerial offices for remote operation of technology that cannot otherwise be accessed); or
    Public Administration – Regulatory Services; or
    domestic and commercial waste and resource recovery services (including collection, treatment and disposal services and transfer stations), including: electricity services; and operation of energy systems; and gas services; and water supply, sewerage and drainage services; and liquid fuels and refinery services; or
    specialised clinical waste workers required for the operation of primary clinical waste incinerators in Victoria; or
    services to support ongoing provision and regulation of electricity, gas, water, sewage and waste and recycling services and their maintenance; or
    Commonwealth agency services, including Australian Border Force and Commonwealth law enforcement and intelligence agency services; or
    Judges, Associate-Judges, Judicial Registrars, Magistrates, Coroners, Tribunal Members and their offices for urgent or priority court or tribunal matters determined by the relevant head of jurisdiction, including for bail, family violence, remand, child protection, warrants and urgent guardianships, human rights or residential tenancies issues or any other priority matters, or for any remote hearings; or
    To the extent necessary to support the functioning of the court, tribunal and dispute services mentioned above:
    Director of Public Prosecutions and the Office of Public Prosecutions Defence lawyers, Victoria Legal Aid, the Child Protection litigation office, Aboriginal legal services and other legal assistance providers
    Courts Services Victoria, court support services and court registry services including security, cleaning and interpreter services
    Other lawyers
    Bail justices
    Office of the Public Advocate guardians for high priority, highly vulnerable citizens and relevant staff
    Justices of the Peace only as urgently required noting the voluntary nature of their role
    Services related to the administration of justice (including the operation of courts, prisons and Justice Service Centres) in Victoria
    All systems to support, maintenance and operation services required for DJCS and Victoria Police to support, maintain and operate Births, Deaths and Marriages, fixed traffic and mobile traffic cameras and Fines Victoria systems
    Administration of justice matters by legal practitioners for their clients where the matter cannot be undertaken reasonably and/or the client cannot participate reasonably in an online communication, teleconference or by means of an audio-visual link facility.
    Required pathology and forensic services
    journalist and media services; or
    feature film, television and documentary (excluding television commercials, student and corporate productions) that is already in physical production and operating as a closed set and post-production relating to it; or
    National Performing Arts Company Dancing studios for the exclusive use of Company Dancers only; or
    specialist services at telecommunications stores to support telecommunications as a critical service during the COVID-19 pandemic; or
    professional or high-performance sportsperson, workers that support the safe running of that person's professional sport, and public broadcast personnel necessary for broadcasting the professional sport; or
    thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing, with necessary participants only; or
    a factory or facility that is not able to be shut down without causing damage or loss to plant and equipment, but only those operations that are necessary in order to prevent that damage or loss; or
    mining services including coal mining, oil and gas extraction, metal ore mining, non-metallic mineral mining and quarrying petroleum production; or
    building and construction services; or
    pool and spa maintenance service workers when servicing commercial pools and spa or those in residential apartment premises. Solo work only unless additional workers are required for safety reasons; or
    administrative services provided by an employer to enable its employees to work from home; Example: Payroll and IT services; or
    organisations that provide urgent services necessary for the health and safety of any person, animal or premises; Example: the performance of emergency plumbing services, Centrelink services and food banks; or
    public transport, including taxis, rideshare services, and other public passenger services; or
    air transport (including the operation of airports); or
    port operations; or
    freight services (including postal and courier services); or
    a transport, freight or logistics driver; or
    National Heavy Vehicle Regulator compliance activities; or
    a blood bank or other bank services for the collection, storage and provision of donated biological material; or
    care services for people with particular needs because of homelessness, family violence, age, infirmity, disability, illness or a chronic health condition or other essential support services; Example: Family violence and sexual assault services, Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations, Agencies carrying out essential relief activities, including Neighbourhood Houses; or
    truck stops and roadhouses, but not the provision of seated dining or shower facilities to persons who are not transport, freight or logistics drivers; or
    production and distribution of;
    disability and health equipment, mobility devices, including products for health patients; or
    food and groceries for sale by a supermarket, butcher, fruit and vegetable store, market or fishmonger (including for sale by operators of such premises at an indoor or outdoor market); or
    liquor for sale at a bottle shop; or
    medical and pharmaceutical products; or
    animal food and care products; or
    commercial operations that supply goods or service necessary:
    for the implementation of measures to limit the spread of COVID-19; or
    to support any business activity that may be carried out in accordance with these directions; or
    to support the export of goods and services from Victoria; Example: manufacturing of personal protective equipment or hand sanitiser; or
    Individuals undertaking professional, scientific and technical services if involved in: COVID-19 (e.g. MedTech research including vaccines); Hazard monitoring and resilience; Biosecurity and public health; Medical or other research, which cannot be shut down and requires on site attendance;
    Critical scientific facilities – for critical scientific experiments, labs, collections.
    the conduct of essential adult and higher education services pertaining to the following occupations and activities for: training and assessment for infection control, high-risk work licenses and high-risk work credentials and construction induction (white card), that ensure workplace and public safety in permitted work premises or for permitted workers; or
    study for final year pre-service early childhood and school teachers (including placements); or
    final-year higher education students (i.e. in TEQSA-regulated courses), who do not have alternative options to complete their study by end of year; or
    for the purposes of undertaking a prescribed examination or assessment, where not practicable to provide remotely, or
    to support service delivery on site for vulnerable students in higher education and training, where not practicable to provide remotely; or
    student placements in relation to child protection
    mandatory work placement in Allied Health Assistance in Victorian Public Health Services and Residential Aged Care Facilities; or
    first aid training where required for COVID response; or
    study for health care workers (including clinical placements); or
    apprentices training with an Authorised Provider or Authorised Worker; or
    clinical health and biomedical science (if required to be on site for the maintenance of essential research activities); or aged and disability care (including clinical placements); or
    mandatory work placements in early childhood education and care settings subject to the supervision capacity of the host workplace; or
    police Academy; or
    defence and national security agencies;
    primary industries only to the extent necessary to ensure animal rescue, adequate supply of food to, and care of, animals and maintenance of crops; or
    a hotel, motel or other accommodation facility to the extent that they provide accommodation services, including on a temporary basis for work purposes; or
    services related to property inspections, settlement or commencement/end-of-lease (including removalists); or
    forestry activity for the purposes of or relating to:
    production of firewood for heating of premises; or
    production of pallets; or
    production of building supplies for construction; or
    production of other goods required for other permitted activities (e.g. paper, packaging, caskets and coffins); or
    all manufacturing; or
    ancillary and support businesses are able to open on-site where necessary for the operations of an Authorised Provider, or for Closed Work Premises where there are safety or environmental obligations. The business cannot operate on-site for any other purpose: Examples: production, supply, manufacture, repair, maintenance, cleaning, security, wholesale, distribution, transportation or sale of equipment, goods or services essential to the operation of the Authorised Provider; or
    union/peak body/employer organisation officials attending a worksite as permitted by law or for Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) advice
    a person who is: critical to, and involved in, the State's COVID-19 response (including in hotel quarantine); or
    a fly in fly out worker or a drive in drive out worker who is required for industry or business continuity and maintenance of a competitive operation where the service is time-critical, who is responsible for critical maintenance or repair of infrastructure critical to a region of, or to, Victoria; or
    maritime crew; or
    a necessary individual for the purposes of the major event where that event has an exemption from CHO allowing it to proceed, including any workers and public broadcast personnel that support the safe running of the major event.
    Farm, animal and bloodstock leasing activities, including: farming activities and other operations relating to agriculture, horticulture, viticulture, irrigation, permaculture, apiculture, grains, fibre production, dairy, flower industry, commercial fishing, aquaculture and livestock; or intensive agricultural production including; greenhouses and animal production; or
    agricultural, veterinary chemicals and vaccine production, transportation and distribution (including the Pig Services Centre); or
    laboratory and diagnostic services; or
    animal feed production, transportation, packaging, sale, and feeding (including livestock and pets); or
    animal pounds and shelters (no public access).
    commercial cleaners in residential premises where necessary to aid the removal of waste in apartment buildings or for the duration an apartment building is identified as a Tier 1 or Tier 2 exposure site; or
    a business or undertaking providing essential support services to permitted agriculture, forestry and fishing activities, such as food safety and verification, inspection or associated laboratory services and biosecurity functions.


    Who is paying this unt, surely not the ChineseCCP

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    "Maybe they should look at the Fair Work Commission's latest decision handed down on this matter"

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    Why are our politicians, media outlets and medicos unaware of this, Antiviral Research

    Volume 178, June 2020, 104787

    Antiviral Research
    The FDA-approved drug ivermectin inhibits the replication of SARS-CoV-2 in vitro

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