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« Reply #15 on: Sep 12, 2021 09:51 pm »

26 states have now fully vaccinated at least half of all residents. But a surge of unvaccinated Covid-19 patients is straining hospitals.

Oregon is at an all time high. But so many insist on acting like nothings wrong, people everywhere cannot stay home, must have entertainment.

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It always amazes me that people speak up so vehemently about wearing masks who have not been vaccinated although they have little to nothing to say about the enforced mandate to wear seat belts and clothes and shoes in public places. However maybe 🤔 I’m missing something here.

Never approved the seat belt or helmet laws. For many reasons. But that's a little different than some guy who thinks it's OK to get near you without a mask since he's vaccinated.
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« Reply #16 on: Sep 13, 2021 04:11 am »

COVID-19 outpatients: early risk-stratified treatment with zinc plus low-dose hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin: a retrospective case series study
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0924857920304258
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4.1. Potential implications for clinicians and policy-makers
Clinical experience from severely ill inpatients with pneumonia who were treated with high-dose HCQ is not readily transferable to the outpatient setting with upper respiratory tract disease only. For outpatients with a median of only 4 days after onset of symptoms, COVID-19 represents a totally different disease and needs to be managed and treated differently [63]. A simple-to-perform outpatient risk stratification, as shown here, allows for rapid treatment decisions and treatment with the triple therapy of zinc, low-dose HCQ and azithromycin and may prevent a large number of hospitalisations and probably deaths during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. This might also help to avoid overwhelming of healthcare systems.

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« Reply #17 on: Sep 13, 2021 04:19 am »

Ivermectin for COVID-19: real-time meta analysis of 63 studies
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Ivermectin is an effective treatment for COVID-19. Treatment is more effective when used early. Meta analysis using the most serious outcome reported shows 69% [54‑79%] and 86% [75‑92%] improvement for early treatment and prophylaxis, with similar results after exclusion based sensitivity analysis and restriction to peer-reviewed studies or Randomized Controlled Trials. Statistically significant improvements are seen for mortality, hospitalization, recovery, cases, and viral clearance. 29 studies show statistically significant improvements in isolation. The consistency of positive results across a wide variety of heterogeneous studies is remarkable, with 92% of the 63 studies reporting positive effects.
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« Reply #18 on: Sep 14, 2021 04:15 am »

Again I think all this kind of stuff is down to the individual. Other treatments may work for you, but not others. Vaccine may work for some but not everyone.

What if you have diabetes, a weak immune system, and you eat red meat? Which treatment will work for you? If you weigh 300 pounds or 100 pounds? Do you exercise? Not just walking around, how about weightlifting or running? How old are you? Did you dad have cancer? Did you used to smoke? If you dropped acid after a pfizer shot, then washed down a chili dog with vodka, would that extend your life by 50 years? Maybe.

Sounds like a hospital questionnaire don't it? That's because they already know the endless possibilities, but they just don't have enough knowledge to know if something is OK for you or not. They don't have the tools.
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