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Sydney doctor who criticized medical censorship online is suspended from practicing medicine

Sydney doctor who criticized medical censorship online is suspended from practicing medicine --Dr. Paul Oosterhuis was asked to attend an 'immediate action panel' on September 3rd and the anesthetist was questioned by the Medical Council of New South Wales (MCNSW). | 11 Sept 2021 | On social media, a Sydney doctor questioned whether vaccines and lockdowns would be effective in ending the pandemic while also scrutinizing how medical authorities were handling treatment. As a result of his postings, New South Wales medical authorities have taken action against Dr. Paul Oosterhuis by suspending him. Oosterhuis's social media activities have garnered at least two anonymous complaints to the medical council, the group confirmed on September 2nd. "Over the last 18 months, I have been increasingly concerned about the misinformation and censorship creeping into science and medicine," the doctor had stated. Oosterhuis recommended that medical authorities advise COVID-19 patients to take vitamin D and zinc and to treat them with ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine. He called the lockdowns "totalitarian" and causing "massive damage to society-wide."