Esteban Arce from Televisa is uncovered as anti-vaccine and generates controversy

Stephen Maplehost of Televisa and Foro TV, was shot on social networks after messages were spread stating that does not believe in vaccines against COVID-19in addition to defending the use of Ivermectin to treat the disease.

The story was released by the doctor Héctor Rossete, who through his Twitter account shared the direct messages he received from Arce, including screenshots of the conversation they had.

Previously, network users had already shown their anger against Esteban Arce for his comments against same-sex marriage, and the host is also known for having conservative views on abortion and other issues on the public agenda.

Esteban Arce anti-vaccines

Twitter. Ivermectin is used in humans in very low doses to treat parasites, scabies and lice.

It all started when the driver of the ‘Morning Express’ criticized that Rossete disqualified the delivery of ivermectin kits to patients with COVID-19 in Mexico City, a fact that has emerged in the media because the drug, according to WHO, has no benefit in curing the virus.

In response, the doctor regretted that his interlocutor was one of the thousands of people to whom CDMX authorities prescribed the drug as a trial without his consent, and advised him to get vaccinated to strengthen his good immune system.

“And his vaccine a wonder which of all and how many doses to be cured just like the unvaccinated. Quite an immunity success. Very critical of a drug if you want useless, but quiet with vaccines that do not protect and do not know their effects in the medium and long term, ”Arce wrote in response.

What is Ivermectin?

Ivermectin is used in humans in very low doses to treat parasites, scabies and lice.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Ivermectin is an antiparasitic agent, mainly applied in cattle as a dewormer, used to treat diseases such as onchocerciasis, strongyloidiasis and other soil-borne helminthic diseases, as well as scabies. .

However, the drug was recently found to have certain antiviral properties, so the WHO announced in 2021 that it would look at the drug’s effectiveness in reducing mortality, hospital admissions, and recovery time in COVID-19 patients, resulting in very low certainty.

What do you think about the comments of Stephen Maple about vaccines and Ivermectin? Have you had any problems getting immunized or did you get any benefit from the medicine?

Follow us on Google News, Facebook and Twitter to stay informed.