Seven anti-vaxx doctors who gathered for COVID conference in Florida fall ill with virus


Seven anti-vaxx doctors who attended a COVID-19 conference at an equestrian venue for in Florida have fallen ill to the virus – including a 71-year-old doctor who has been treating himself and his wife with ivermectin for 16 months.  

Dr. Bruce Boros, 71, of Key West, Florida, said he and his wife have been on the anti-parasite drug for ’16 months.’ 

‘I have been on ivermectin for 16 months, my wife and I,’ he said at the COVID-19 conference at the World Equestrian Center in Ocala, Florida – an hour and half west of Daytona Beach – on November 6. 

‘I have never felt healthier in my life,’ he said, the Daily Beast reported. 

The Florida COVID Summit organizer, Dr. John Littell, told the Daily Beast that Boros and six other doctors had fallen ill ‘within days of the conference.’ Around 800 to 900 people participated in the event.   

Two days later, the doctor fell ill with COVID-19, according to Littell. Boros is reportedly very ill, according to unidentified sources close to the cardiologist who spoke to the Daily Beast, and he said to be treating himself at home.  

Dr. Bruce Boros, 71, of Key West, Florida, contracted COVID-19 'within days' of attending the Florida COVID Summit at the World Equestrian Center in Ocala, Florida, on November 6. He is reportedly very ill, but is treating himself at home

Dr. Bruce Boros, 71, of Key West, Florida, contracted COVID-19 ‘within days’ of attending the Florida COVID Summit at the World Equestrian Center in Ocala, Florida, on November 6. He is reportedly very ill, but is treating himself at home

Event organizer John Littell (pictured) admitted that Boros and six other doctors contracted the virus, but does not believe the event is a 'super-spreader' and said that all the doctors contracted COVID-19 before attending the event

Event organizer John Littell (pictured) admitted that Boros and six other doctors contracted the virus, but does not believe the event is a ‘super-spreader’ and said that all the doctors contracted COVID-19 before attending the event 

He reportedly began taking ivermectin as a personal research project last summer and has administrated it to several patients, including his father. 

His 97-year-old father Carl Arfa later opted into receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, to which Boros claimed his father was ‘brainwashed’ and that he ‘wanted to give him a spanking.’  

‘He’s been brainwashed,’ Boros said at the conference. ‘He got it. He didn’t tell me. I was very upset. I wanted to give him a spanking. He got both jabs.’ 

Boros took his father off ivermectin after finding out he was vaccinated and would later blame the vaccine as one of the reasons his father died.

‘We’re seeing astronomical numbers of deaths in people that have been vaccinated, particularly the older people,’ he said at the conference.  

Arfa contracted a breakthrough case and became critically ill. Boros admitted at the conference that he would make the four-hour drive to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to give his father ‘fluids’ that the Daily Beast described as ‘whatever he thought best.’ 

His father died five days after contracting the virus, just hours before his son would attend the conference, Boros admitted at the Summit.

He also told attendees that he felt ‘a little guilty’ for taking Arfa off ivermectin after he was vaccinated. 

Breakthrough cases are typically associated with patients who have waning immunity due to getting the shot early on, those with underlying conditions, or elderly people, according to the Wall Street Journal.  

Littell does not consider the event a ‘super-spreader,’ and told the Daily Beast that those infected with the disease contracted it prior to the event.  

It was also reported that masks and social distancing were not required at the event. 

‘I think they had gotten it from New York or Michigan or wherever they were from. It was really the people who flew in from other places,’ he told the Daily Beast.

Ivermectin is a controversial COVID-19 treatment that has not been approved by the FDA or CDC. It is traditionally used as an anti-parasite drug for horses, cows and other livestock

Ivermectin is a controversial COVID-19 treatment that has not been approved by the FDA or CDC. It is traditionally used as an anti-parasite drug for horses, cows and other livestock 

The event took place at the World Equestrian Center in Ocala, Florida, on November 6 where seven out of 800 to 900 participants are known to have contracted the virus

The event took place at the World Equestrian Center in Ocala, Florida, on November 6 where seven out of 800 to 900 participants are known to have contracted the virus 

The doctor who organized the conference also reported that ‘everybody so far’ has been treated with ivermectin – which he himself has used on 2,000 patients – and that ‘Bruce is doing well,’ despite what sources said.  

Boros was last active on Facebook on November 12, where he rejected Big Pharma and the usage of COVID-19 vaccines, calling it ‘authoritarian medicine’ and advised his patients to not ‘jab children.’

‘Big Pharma is making BILLIONS on poison jabs! They don’t care to track bad outcomes for jabs because they don’t want their financial gravy train disrupted,’ he wrote online.  

Boros wrote that Big Pharma is 'making billions on poison jabs,' on November 12 and said people should not 'jab children'

Boros wrote that Big Pharma is ‘making billions on poison jabs,’ on November 12 and said people should not ‘jab children’ 

Boros (pictured in April 2020) said he and his wife have been on ivermectin for 16 months as a personal research project

Boros (pictured in April 2020) said he and his wife have been on ivermectin for 16 months as a personal research project 

The FDA tweeted in August: 'You are not a horse,' and told people to 'stop' using ivermectin as a COVID-19 treatment

The FDA tweeted in August: ‘You are not a horse,’ and told people to ‘stop’ using ivermectin as a COVID-19 treatment

The FDA and the Centers for Disease and Prevention (CDC) recommend not using ivermectin as a treatment for COVID-19 as there is no evidence the drug protects or cures patients. 

Earlier this year, the FDA tweeted: You are not a horse. You are now a cow. Seriously, y’all. Stop it.’ 

Attached to the tweet was an article titled: Why You Should Not Use Ivermectin To Treat Or Prevent COVID-19. 

DailyMail.com contacted Boros and Lettill for comment.  



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