Covid-19 News

  • Well, guys maybe its time to patent our ANTI-BAT (trade mark) I can simply formulate a prescription which could be given as a single pill containing all the essential components, at the correct dosages. The reason for doing this is not to make money for myself, but to encourage Big Pharma to take notice and thus mass produce it for Whole-World consumption. We are powerless to do this on our own. For example riots are beginning to break out in European Cities (eg Rome) after dark as the situation has more or less returned to the first peak level, Italy being the 'Crossroads of Europe', particularly with trade with China along the old Silk Trade Routes of the past. Covid has spread exponentially, like wildfire, across the whole World., as I predicted if any lockdown measures were relaxed. So, accordingly I will devote a few days to arriving at a final formulation, dosage etc since all the vaccine trials so far have totally flunked suggesting this is yet another blind alley Astra Zeneca. Pfizer and others are following. Hopefully it is not too late to try and convince these CEO's that Anti-Bat is the answer to our woes to end this frightful, devil-sent, pandemic. And look, NO POLITICS!!!!!!:):):)

  • But six months later, experts are becoming increasingly concerned about a very different COVID-19 phenomenon, one that spares the lungs only to take direct aim at the patient's heart, digestive tract and nervous system.

    I wonder what fraction of covid infections have this class of symptoms. The article says there are more than 1,000 of these cases found so far in the US. Let's make it 2,000. In the US about 8.5 million people have tested positive. To be very conservative, at least 20 million people in the US have been infected. So less than 1 in 10,000 infections of Covid result in what they are calling "Multisytem Inflammatory Syndrome." But, it may take months to show up after infection, so there's a chance is could be more than 1 in 10,000. The condition seems to arise after the virus is gone from the body, so it appears to be some kind of autoimmune disorder triggered by the virus. The article goes on to say, ""the vast majority of patients with MIS-A belonged to racial or ethnic minority groups" and that it can strike seemingly healthy people, particularly young people.

  • Paul Marik - Oct-27

    COVID -19: Ivermectin Update


    Controlled randomized clinical trial on using Ivermectin with Doxycycline

    for treating COVID-19 patients in Baghdad, Iraq

    https://www.medrxiv.org/conten…101/2020.10.26.20219345v1


    Peak Prosperity - Oct-27

    Vitamin D Reduces Mortality Risk by -89%


    Dr Fauci warns that early COVID-19 vaccines will only prevent

    symptoms from arising - not block infection

    - warned that early vaccines may only be 50 to 60 percent effective

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8884031


    More proof vitamin D cuts your risk of getting severely ill from Covid?

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8884139


    Drbeen Medical Lectures - Oct-27

    LATEST STUDY EARLY Management With Hydroxychloroquine - By Dr. Zelenko


    COVEXIT.COM - Oct-27

    Outpatient Early Treatment Algorithm for COVID-19 – a Webinar with Dr Peter A. McCullough

    https://covexit.com/outpatient…th-dr-peter-a-mccullough/

  • Florida doctors found a coronavirus cure that’s nearly 100% effective

    https://bgr.com/2020/09/26/cor…e-icam-protocol-florida/#

    This is almost fake news. 96% efficiency is very bad and indicates a high mortality. They also tell HCQ + ACT/Doxy did not work what is plain nonsense according to > 60 studies now.

    So stay off this protocol as prednisone (steroides) can have as bad consequences as the illness.

  • This is almost fake news. 96% efficiency is very bad and indicates a high mortality.

    If it is 96% of hospitalized patients, or critically ill patients, it is a good survival rate.


    Please be careful not to throw around terms like "fake news." This report is unclear because it is in the mass media where exact terms and statistics are not used. Read a report from the doctors themselves before reaching a conclusion.

  • This is almost fake news. 96% efficiency is very bad and indicates a high mortality. They also tell HCQ + ACT/Doxy did not work what is plain nonsense according to > 60 studies now.

    So stay off this protocol as prednisone (steroides) can have as bad consequences as the illness.

    Im not saying I agree with everything written, hydroxychloroquine has its place but as an outpatient treatment it is working. The 96% rate is keeping patients from being hospitalized. There have been no deaths and by the way vitamin d is a steroid so I'm confused why you would want to stay away from steroid treatment ?

  • If it is 96% of hospitalized patients, or critically ill patients, it is a good survival rate.

    Citation:

    The scientists have not yet tested their combination of drugs in a clinical trial to prove beyond any doubt that the treatment is safe and effective.

    So its in fact fake news as it is invented news! = not based on clinical facts!

  • This is another Covid symptom...


    https://www.theguardian.com/bu…small-businesses-16m-jobs


    An estimated 6m small businesses in the UK supporting 16.6m jobs are in a financially precarious position as a result of the pandemic, a London business school has warned.


    Nearly two-thirds of entrepreneurs felt their business might not survive the pressures of Covid-19, while more than half predicted they would run out of money within the next 12 months, according to the new study from King’s Business School.


    Adding to the gloom, two out of three small firms in a separate survey of 1,500 small businesses said they expected trading to get worse. In the poll by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), the small firms said they expected an “incredibly difficult” trading period in the run-up to Christmas and the end of the Brexit transition period.

  • An estimated 6m small businesses in the UK supporting 16.6m jobs are in a financially precarious position as a result of the pandemic, a London business school has warned.

    It's cruel: We the people have to decide whether we want to go on living according natures laws or whether we want to go on with cheating for ever. Either we decide to protect the live of all people - that never will work - at the expense of destroying the live of a large part of the young and fit people.

    The decision of nature has always been clear. Older people will die much more likely than young ones. Sick people will die much more likely than healthy ones. Bad living style usually will not be honored.


    CoV-19 has an average killing age of 84 (Here!) and thus it does not shorten the overall live expectation! But the indirect induced killing of young people by over stressing their existence will at the end will be the same as shortening their live by 10 years at least.

    Studies in the USA and Germany do show that non wealthy people live 10 years less in average than healthy ones. So all we do with our CoV-19 restrictions is supporting the live style of wealthy people!

    On the other side we generate more poor people!

  • An estimated 6m small businesses in the UK supporting 16.6m jobs are in a financially precarious position as a result of the pandemic, a London business school has warned.


    Nearly two-thirds of entrepreneurs felt their business might not survive the pressures of Covid-19,


    Either we decide to protect the live of all people - that never will work - at the expense of destroying the live of a large part of the young and fit people.

    "We" are not deciding anything. First, because the virus is in charge. Saying "we decide" is like saying I have decided the hurricane will not come to Atlanta. (It will be here tomorrow.) Second, because even if you have no shutdown policy, most people will not go to restaurants, or on airplanes, cruise ships, or to bowling alleys. Most people are not willing to risk sickness or death for a meal in a restaurant. The economic damage and bankruptcies are the result of millions of individual people making decisions for themselves. They are not the result of government policy.

  • I said the virus is in charge. The Trump administration thinks they are in charge of things, and they can issue orders to Mother Nature. At least, they thought that on April 18, when Kushner was recorded in a phone conversation with Woodward saying:


    There were three phases. There’s the panic phase, the pain phase and then the comeback phase. I do believe that last night symbolized kind of the beginning of the comeback phase. That doesn’t mean there’s not still a lot of pain and there won’t be pain for a while, but that basically was, we’ve now put out rules to get back to work. Trump’s now back in charge. It’s not the doctors. They’ve kind of – we have, like, a negotiated settlement.


    https://www.cnn.com/2020/10/28…avirus-doctors/index.html

  • Ocala / ICAM ... another report

    Advent Health Ocala’s ICAM Protocol Takes on COVID-19: Clinician Drives Real World Evidence & Breakthrough

    https://www.trialsitenews.com/…ld-evidence-breakthrough/

    Now the ICAM protocol has been approved by AdventHealth’s institutional review board and the 100-patient study was just initiated this week. The Marion County study will include participation from the Florida Department of Health (Marion County) and the Heart of Florida Health Center.

  • Good news and bad news. The case fatality rate is falling. This is partly because more young people are getting infected, but also because treatment has improved. As long as the hospitals are not overwhelmed, case fatality should remain about where it is for each age group. Other good news: "The Covid-19 virus is very stable, it is not mutating much at all . . ." That means it will be a good target for a vaccine.


    https://www.cnn.com/2020/10/28…ave-lower-intl/index.html

    Covid-19 deaths aren't rising as fast in Europe and US, despite soaring new infections. That doesn't mean the virus is less deadly

    Recent case and fatality figures from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) show that while recorded Covid-19 cases are spiking in the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Germany and other European countries, deaths are not rising at the same rate. . . .


    "The fatality rate has declined, in the UK, we can see it going down from around June to a low point in August," said Jason Oke, a senior statistician at the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences. "Our current estimate is that the infection fatality rate is going up a little bit, but it hasn't come up to anywhere near where we were and that's unlikely to change dramatically unless we see a really surprising increase in the numbers of deaths."


    Oke has been tracking Covid-19 fatality rates along with his colleague Carl Heneghan of the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine and health economist Daniel Howdon. Their research shows that, at the end of June, the fatality rate was just below 3% in the UK. By August, it had dropped as low as about 0.5%. It now stands at roughly 0.75%.


    "We think it's probably driven a lot by age, but also other factors, like treatment," Oke said.


    The lower death rate isn't unique to Europe. In New York, the death rate for those hospitalized with coronavirus-related illnesses has also dropped since earlier this year, according to a study by a team of researchers at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, published in the Journal of Hospital Medicine. A wider analysis of data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention by the NYU team shows that across the United States, "6.7% of cases resulted in death in April, compared with 1.9% in September." . . .


    With more young people getting infected, the overall fatality rate has dropped, but this doesn't mean the virus itself has become any less deadly. If it starts spreading widely among older people again, the rate may go up once more. This is already happening in some countries, including the UK where Oke and his colleagues have observed a slight increase in the fatality rate.


    "The Covid-19 virus is very stable, it is not mutating much at all," said Dr. Julian Tang, clinical virologist and honorary associate professor at the University of Leicester. "The variation in severity of Covid-19 illness is really due to individual host immune responses together with age, sex, ethnicity and certain pre-existing medical conditions," he added. . . .

  • Ocala / ICAM : DR Carlette Norwood-Williams has been active in commenting on the trialsite news article (links above).

    eg

    CARLETTE NORWOOD-WILLIAMS ON OCTOBER 4, 2020 AT 5:45 PM

    Hi Bob

    The investigational review board (IRB) that approved our study only approved the referral sites submitted (local department of health and county health clinics). We’ve received at least 3 inquiries from folks in Sumter County and those individuals have been supported by study physicians through their independent practice, Sir. You may reach me through AdventHealth Ocala and the operators will route you directly to my office. I apologize for my delay in response (my mom called from Texas and told me to find your message).

  • Ocala / ICAM ... another report
    Advent Health Ocala’s ICAM Protocol Takes on COVID-19: Clinician Drives Real World Evidence & Breakthrough

    This is good news.


    Note the M in ICAM stands for, quote: "'Macrolide', such as Azithromycin, which is often called a 'Z-Pac', and is an antibiotic used to mitigate probability of pneumonia." That would be bacterial pneumonia. I think it is pneumococcal pneumonia. Antibiotics have no effect on viral pneumonia. You can also avoid this with a vaccine. See:


    https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vpd/pneumo/public/index.html


    Older people should definitely get this. One less thing to worry about. If not for yourself, get it for the medical staff that will take care of you if you get COVID-19. Make their job a little easier.


    Here is some info. on Z-pak:


    https://www.drugwatch.com/zithromax-z-pak/


    Efficacy against pneumococcal pneumonia:


    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/8071680/

  • The Swiss experiment goes on! 8600/day or about 300'000 equivalent for USA.

    See: https://www.srf.ch/news/schwei…ona-zahlen-in-der-schweiz


    But we did not decide for a strict lockdown just close the "closest get together locations" ... Whether this will work with a fools/idiot rate of about 1% of the population is not clear.

    Also Switzerland does not yet recommend early treatment may be because our rotary ruled health mafia still speculates with a golden nugget ($$$$ profit Relief Therapeutics and NeuroRx (USA)) like the anti body therapy currently in the final testing phase.


    So it is still up to you to force your doctor to prescribe you the known working drugs like Ivermectin ,HCQ, Doxycycline/ Azitromycin + zinc V-D3! (+ anti cogluant for certain at risk)

    Or just drink a bit more bitter orange juice after each long time contact, take some quercetin or try to find some Sutherlandia herbs to use in case after symptoms.