US COVID-19 Fraud: IV Drip Provider Reconsiders Claims, Bee Honey Joins List Of Unapproved Cures
New York business reconsiders claiming intravenous drips of vitamin blends prevent COVID-19 infections after industry group forwarded concerns to regulators. Latest natural health remedy linked to fraudulent COVID-19 treatment claims is honey from marketers’ beehives.
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