India’s decision to adopt ivermectin is a game-changer. Case numbers, hospitalizations and fatalities fall in India compared with other countries that have NOT adopted ivermectin become a watershed moment. Cases in Delhi, where Ivermectin was begun on April 20, dropped from 28,395 to just 2,260 on May 22. This represents an astounding 92% drop. Likewise, cases in Uttar Pradesh have dropped from 37,944 on April 24 to 5,964 on May 22 – a decline of 84%. Goa is down from 4,195 to 1,647, Uttarakhand is down from 9,624 to 2,903, and Karnataka is down from 50,112 to 31,183.
I compare the use of normal and the new mRNA vaccines with each other and what effects they have on the pandemic. The world made a terrible mistake to rely on only one type of vaccine and didn’t calculate the risks doing that. But with the exclusive use of the mRNA vaccine, the population is constantly open for new infections and the chance that the pandemic will be gone is less likely. What is more likely is that the pandemic will rage for many years to come. If they had an alternative, like a normal vaccine, this would not happen.
According the theory and assumptions, when a population will have a herd immunity of 60%, it is enough protected that the number of new infections will be drastic reduced and assumingly the pandemic will disappear. Reaching this percentage means that the 60% of the population is vaccinated and/or immune after infection and recovery.