Not worth my time. It was studied, and it failed to prove effective. Many actual studies.I posted a link to a newsweek article written by an MD, PHD. Where is the misinformation? I don't know that it's a lie as this doctor from Yale who penned the piece seems to strongly support his conclusions based on multiple studies and publications. Did you read it? If so, I'm struggling to realize how you could immediately dismiss what he is saying especially when considering his credentials.
Have your quack docs and conspiracy hypothesis.
Truly hope that if you or your fam gets infected (hope it doesn't happen, in the first place), that you don't give them a substance that has been proven to do nothing for cv19.