Australian church fined for selling bleach as coronavirus cure

A church in Australia has been fined for unlawfully advertising a purported “miracle” corona virus cure that contains a bleach product, the Therapeutic Goods Administration said Wednesday.
The medical regulator said MMS Australia had received 12 fines totalling Aus$151,200 (US$98,000) for promoting its “Miracle Mineral Solution”, which the TGA said contained a high concentration of sodium chlorite — a chemical used as a textile bleaching agent and disinfectant.
MMS Australia is a chapter of the US-based Genesis II Church of Health and Healing, which is subject to a US Justice Department injunction preventing it from selling or distributing its own version of MMS containing the bleach product chlorine dioxide.

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