Venezuela announced founding a drug against Covid-19 and Google, Facebook and Twitter black out information on it

Before the skeptical eyes of the entire world, President Nicolás Maduro announced that Venezuelan scientists have developed a drug, known as Carvativir, that is 100% effective against Covid-19 with no side effects.

The drug was allegedly tested for nine months.

It is still not clear what it is based on, just that it is an antiviral medicine.

President Maduro asserted that it would be distributed to all the ALBA (Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas) allied countries.

“Ten drops under the tongue, every four hours, and the miracle comes true” he assured, without specifying at what stage of the disease the drug should be administered.

Carvativir is dubbed “the miraculous droplets of Blessed José Gregorio Hernández” in reference to the founder of the Venezuelan school of virology who died in the Holy Orders and for whom Pope John Paul II began the process for canonization.

Venezuela, whose health system has collapsed, is also importing ten million doses of Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine.

Maduro, announced that, the Carvativir, would be manufactured in large quantities and be made available to the member states of ALBA (Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas).

In doing so, he quipped about the capitalist practices of vaccine companies, emphasizing that the Venezuelan drug would come as a gift from God.

While caution should be exercised, the solution to the epidemic can only be arrived at through debate.

Social media giant YouTube (owned by Google), followed by Facebook and Twitter, are currently withholding any reports relating to Carvativir, despite having been approved by the Venezuelan health and pharmacological authorities.

They deem that President Nicolas Maduro is spreading false hope and putting people at serious risk.

The other possibility, of course, is that these companies have an interest in promoting the vaccine strategy rather treating the sick.

Purportedly, Carvativir is a natural product with both anticoagulant and anti-viral properties.