Zimbabwe threatens to Jail Dr. Jackie Stone for prescribing off-label Covid treatmentThu 11:18 am Europe/London, 3 Nov 2022
World Council for Health | November 2, 2022
Dr Jackie Stone, MD is a globally respected medical figure known for saving lives and pioneering treatment options during the Covid era. Rather than being revered for saving lives, Dr Stone is currently being threatened with a custodial sentence for treating her patients.
At a time when fear was gripping the world, Dr Stone did not sit by the sidelines. Instead, she sprang into action, ultimately reducing suffering and death in Zimbabwe by using widely available, innovative, and safe tools like ivermectin and colloidal silver. Dr Stone then worked tirelessly to share her findings with healthcare professionals around the world.
Despite her success, medical institutions the world over have neglected the opportunity to learn from Dr Stone and honor her noble work. Instead, the Medical Council is attempting to punish her.
Dr Stone has had the following four charges laid against her:
- Contravening section 135 2 (a) of the Health Professions Act (Pertaining to Advertising)
- Contravening section 92 of the Health Professions Act (Practicing without a license)
- Contravening section 99 of the Health Professions Act (Practicing from an Unlicensed Health Institution)
- Contravening section 29 of the Medicines and Allied Substances Control Act (Use of specified [banned] substances)
Because both ivermectin and colloidal silver are not on Zimbabwe’s list of banned drugs, she was found not guilty of both charges 1 and 4 on Friday, September 23. Dr Stone maintains that she is being charged with crimes that do not exist.
The World Council for Health calls on Zimbabwe’s president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, to intervene, liberate, and honor hero and world-renowned practitioner, Dr Jackie Stone.
Those wishing to advocate on Dr Stone’s behalf can contact President Emmerson Mnangagwa by sending an email here or on Twitter. Dr Stone’s next appearance in court is scheduled for Thursday, November 3.
A peaceful demonstration has been organized in South Africa in support of Dr Stone on Thursday morning.