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Alaska State Senator Lora Reinbold, a Republican who was banned from an airline earlier this year for refusing to comply with her mask policy, said Tuesday she tested positive for COVID-19 and touted a “recipe” for unproven treatments, including the anti-parasitic drug ivermectin.

Another State Republican, Senator David Wilson, has also tested positive and the two are in home quarantine, the Anchorage Daily News reported. A third GOP senator, Click Bishop, said he felt bad but reportedly tested negative for the virus.

“It’s my turn to fight Covid head-on … game!” Who do you think will win? When I beat him, I’ll tell you my recipe, ”Reinbold wrote in a Facebook post Tuesday night.

She said she was “not at all impressed” by the instructions she had apparently been given to take Tylenol after she tested positive, calling it a “bad recipe” from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department. of Health.

The CDC says on its website that health care providers can recommend acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol, to reduce fever.

The lawmaker then detailed a cocktail of vitamins and supplements she was taking, as well as aspirin and ivermectin, a drug often used to deworm cattle that has not been proven as a COVID-19 treatment. . Inappropriate drug use has become a problem after being touted by right-wing media figures.

“I am blessed to have obtained Ivirmectin the” de-covider. “My Vicks steamboat has been a gift from God! My naturopath has also given me some advice that I’m sure will work! I’ll keep you posted in a few days. promise to stay OUT of hospital – some of them seem like scary places these days, ”Reinbold concluded.

Reinbold has been a vocal opponent of COVID-19 mitigation measures and was criticized by Republican State Governor Mike Dunleavy in February for spreading misinformation about COVID-19 and the state’s response to it. virus.

She was banned from flying with Alaska Airlines in April after refusing to comply with its mask policy. She had previously complained about the airline on Facebook, saying it was “part of the tyranny of masks.”

Last month, she asked to be exempted from legislative sessions until next year, saying she could not travel to the state capital because she was prohibited from flying with the only airline that offers flights there from his district.


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