"Ivermectin Triple Therapy Protocol for COVID-19 Released to Australian GPs for Infected Elderly and Frontline Workers", Newsmaker.com.au (19 August 2020)
Excellent news! Professor Thomas Borody of Australia's Centre for Digestive Diseases today announces that his "Australian Triple Therapy", which involves the cheap and widely-available drug Ivermectin, has been released for use in treating COVID-19. The press release states that Australian GPs (general practitioner doctors) can now "legally prescribe it to their COVID-19 positive patients [and] prescribe it as a preventative medication." This is huge news! Let us hope that this will proceed unhindered (see below), and that such action will lead to a growing openness to pre-existing treatments.
Update 23August 2020:
"TGA launches probe as GPs urged to prescribe ivermectin 'COVID cure' ", ausdoc.com.au (21 August 2020)
I'm not absolutely sure what this press release means, but the word "probe" doesn't sound good.
(Again, please be aware that I am NOT a medical doctor. I have no training in medicine whatsoever, so please do not take this posting as medical advice in any way.)