Home Health Care News YouTube Censors Physician’s Video on Treating Covid-19

YouTube Censors Physician’s Video on Treating Covid-19

YouTube removed Peter McCullough, M.D.’s video, “COVID-19 Telemedicine and Home Supplies and Medications for Early Ambulatory Treatment,” because it allegedly violated the platform’s “community guidelines.”

“YouTube does not allow content that spreads medical misinformation that contradicts the World Health Organization (WHO) or local health authorities medical information about COVID-19, including on methods to prevent, treat, or diagnose COVID-19 and means of transmission of COVID-19,” stated YouTube’s November 4 email to McCullough.

McCullough has spoken in webinars around the globe promoting his COVID-19 treatment protocol, which was published in The American Journal of Medicine on August 7. McCullough himself is being treated under the protocol after he tested positive for COVID-19 on October 26 (see related article, opposite page).

McCullough stated he has removed other videos he posted on YouTube to focus on his testimony, November 19, before the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs.

In one of those videos, posted on October 31, McCullough gave an update on his recovery from COVID-19. McCullough said on day 8 of the treatment protocol, he jogged 4 miles and was doing pushups and sit-ups. In the video, McCullough tells viewers to download treatment information published by the American Association of Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS). AAPS has also published a list of physicians practicing early at-home COVID-19 treatment with patients. There is a similar list under doctorsdontfearcovid.com.

 

-Staff reports

Editors note, November 19, 2020:  It appears YouTube restored McCullough’s videos on early home treatment of COVID-19. The “recovery” video was recently taken down by the host. 

 

 

 

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