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No, unfortunately the World Council for Health is unable to provide medical advice. We recommend reaching out to a trusted practitioner. If you’re having a medical emergency, contact the local emergency services where you live. Whilst we are able to signpost our audience to trusted health initiatives and protocols we are not be able to respond to individual requests for health support and information.

We suggest looking at our Coalition Partners to find organizations and groups near you that may be able to assist with your specific needs. Sort our partners by country using the filter option to find partners near you.

If you’re looking for something specific, we recommend using the search feature at the top right of our website. 

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Ivermectin is a prescription only medicine (POM) in the UK. You will need to ask for a private prescription from your doctor. The pharmacy will then dispense the Ivermectin and make a charge to cover the full cost of the medicine and a dispensing fee.

We recommend you print out a copy of the Front-line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) out-patient treatment protocol to present to your GP or pharmacist.

Ivermectin Chat on Telegram has trusted online pharmacies that many people have ordered Ivermectin from. WCH does not endorse this and has no knowledge of the quality of the products.

It is our hope that whoever the Notice is served the notice will act upon it, since the Declaration within the Notice states that Covid-19 injections are dangerous and unsafe for human use and that the manufacturing, distribution, administration and promotion of these injections violate basic principles of law.

Therefore, those served will be held liable further down the line for the violation of principles of justice grounded in civil, criminal, constitutional, and natural law.  This won’t happen immediately, but as everyone is keeping records of when, where, and to whom the Cease & Desist Notices have been served, they can be tracked and action will be taken against them for ignoring the Notices and continuing to manufacture, distribute, administer and promote these harmful and unsafe injections.

We will release more information when we reach the next stage of the proceedings.


Please note: The World Council for Health is unable to give out medical advice. You must contact a practitioner. If you have a medical emergency, contact local emergency services where you live.