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April 17, 2021


Kyrgyzstan will use a herbal tonic to treat COVID-19, its health minister said on Friday after his president praised the remedy - despite warnings from a medical expert that it contained a potentially lethal poison.

(Thanks to Ralph)


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aka aconite or monkshood, a favorite of Agatha Christie. What could go wrong indeed?

Send that herbal tonic treatment to Washington.


Not to worry as they all have herd immunity as a result of the thichness of their pubis.

When are these little countries going to learn that when you break away from a big country you should always remember to take a few vowels with you?

they don't follow the experts guidelines and now they have a .00025 mortality rate.

Gin and Tonic in Kyrgyzstan is something to die for.

Well, in its defense it does kill the disease.

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