08/06/2020 - 13:04
Days after telling that she takes chlorine dioxide , the questioned antidote against coronavirus , and receiving a cataract of criticism in the networks, Viviana Canosa (49) provoked her detractors with unexpected behavior in her program.
It is that, this Wednesday, the host of Nada personal (El Nueve, Monday to Friday at 23) took CDS live and showed a controversial phrase referring, of course, to the questions she received in the last hours.
"This phrase seems to me to be the phrase to close the program. Please, put it to the full that I want to read it: 'Stop banning so much, because I can no longer disobey everything,' " Canosa read before saying goodbye to his viewers.
The phrase that the journalist shared.
And then he took a plastic bottle in his hands. But before ingesting what was in its content, he said: " Let's say goodbye. I'm going to take a little bit of my CDS ."
After taking a long drink, Canosa looked at the camera in front of him and assured: "It oxygenates the blood. It is divine for me. I do not recommend. I show you what I do . Bye, I love you. Until tomorrow."
" The CDS is useless, except for the prevention of Covid . It is a highly toxic material and is not recommended under any point of view . There is no scientific evidence that it works against the virus," said doctor Mariana Lestelle on Thursday ( 54) to the air of Los Angeles in the morning (El Trece, Monday to Friday at 11) and after being consulted about Canosa's attitude.
It should be noted that this antidote promoted by the Swiss researcher Andreas Ludwig Kalcker has already been questioned by dozens of scientists and related entities. In fact, the Argentine Toxicological Association issued an extensive statement warning of the dangers that the intake of this liquid can cause in a person's body.
Canosa's controversial gesture.
" Severe irritative digestive symptoms, with the presence of nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, and serious hematological disorders (methemoglobinemias, hemolysis, etc.), cardiovascular and kidney", are some of them.
Furthermore, inhalation, through nebulisations, for example, "would also imply risks of bronchospasm, chemical pneumonitis and glottic edema ."
The first time the El Nueve journalist spoke of this false cure against Covid was on her Twitter account , where she shared the acronym CDS (chlorine dioxide) as a hashtag and received dozens of disapproving messages.
Viviana Canosa's tweet.
So, to double the bet, she shared a video of Kalcker himself talking about the "solution for the Covid-19" that "Bolivia" has already implemented and, below that, he tweeted: " #AndreasKalcker I take #CDS ".