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16 May
16May

Article originally published on the FLCCC website


The New Hampshire State Senate passed an amended version of a House bill making ivermectin available at pharmacies without a prescription. Its changes to House Bill 1022 limit that access to two years unless a study commission decides to make it permanent. The bill also prevents the New Hampshire medical licensing boards from disciplining doctors for prescribing the drug. 

Several months ago as the bill was brought before the state legislature, our Dr. Paul Marik flew to New Hampshire to offer expert testimony on the safety and proven scientific efficacy of ivermectin for the treatment of every stage of COVID-19.  The House Bill is awaiting the governor’s signature.

New Hampshire is only the second state to pass such a law. A similar measure was passed in Tennessee in late April, 2022.

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