Until recently the advice from the WHO, the CDC and other reputable health organisations was simple and clear. Hydroxychloroquine does not work.

The American Journal of Medicine just published an article about "early outpatient treatment of SARS-CoV-2" which INCLUDES hydroxychloroquine. Yes, you read that correctly. The absolute state of the medical field.
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How do we know what is false news when so much comes from reputable sources and governments that take advice from "experts" or do they? No wonder that there is so much distrust in governments!

The question about Hydroxychloroquine as a cure for Covid-19 patients.

Despite multiple studies that show that Hydroxychloroquine reduces mortality by up to 50% when administered in low doses, 200-400 mg daily, preferably early, there are many medical "experts" particularly those advising politicians, who refuse to consider the evidence. Many base their opinion on the Recovery trial where patients were given 2400 mg of HCQ, which although not lethal is 6 to 10x more than multiple successful trials.
Many believe that the fact that President Trump apparently promoted the drug was the reason for its rejection by many. Another reason is that it was not possible to find any positive reports through a search on Google. Try searching on Google using "hydroxychloroquine or HCQ Covid studies" to see that it only shows negative studies, mostly relatively old. The only positive study listed out of the top 50 results referred to a critical article on the study, apparently not an accident. Google could be liable for massive damages and misrepresentation in not stating on their search page that the search has been edited.
Dr. Didier Raoult prematurely reported success using hydroxychloroquine with azithromycin, but in his eagerness to share his results did not observe accepted protocols for proof, and has been accused of allowing his pride and arrogance to distort his early results, possibly true or as an attempt to discredit him and his results.

Here is a link to about 70 to updated studies that showed positive results using HCQ, as well as about 23 that showed negative results, with others that were inconclusive.

January 2021 - Well, well, well, will you look at that. The American Journal of Medicine just published an article about "early outpatient treatment of SARS-CoV-2" which INCLUDES hydroxychloroquine. Yes, you read that correctly. The absolute state of the medical field. https://www.amjmed.com/action/showPdf?pii=S0002-9343%2820%2930673-2

A highly recommended peer-reviewed study by Henry Ford Health Systems published 2 July 2020 in the International Journal of Infectious Diseases found that 13% of hospitalized patients treated with hydroxychloroquine alone died of COVID-19, compared to 26.4% who died who were NOT treated with the drug. Washington Times link also here. Hydroxychloroquine is effective, 'helped save lives.
Also not found using any Google search is this YouTube video by Dr John Campbell who has 742,000 subscribers.
Dr John Campbell explains that the failed Hydroxychloroquine studies gave unexplained high dosages of up to 10 x the guidelines of 200 to 400 mg based on weight. He discusses a Belgium study "Low-dose Hydroxychloroquine Therapy and Mortality in Hospitalized Patients with COVID-19: A Nationwide Observational Study of 8075 Participants (International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents, 24 August)".
Hydroxychloroquine: Dangerous drug or innocent victim? The conclusion - Hydroxychloroquine has been safely used in millions of patients with approximately 20 reported deaths worldwide attributed to its use over the past 55+ years. In the setting of a short course of treatment with hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19, it is highly unlikely that fatal cardiac cases are from hydroxychloroquine use. Many doctors have remarked in the comments of these negative reports that giving massive overdoses as done is several studies could have very adverse effects.

Hydroxychloroquine is not a panacea for severe cases of Covid-19. Apparently given early, it helps reduce mortality by about half, compared to those not given the drug. Indian Experts Explain: The case for using hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) to treat Covid-19.

29 July 2020. When President Trump tweeted a link to a group called Medicine and Censors which advocated the use of Hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for COVID-19, where it received 17 million hits, it was removed by Facebook almost immediately. I do not know if their argument has merit, but it sounded plausible, even though the doctors were accused of being Tea Party supporters. Part of the video can be seen here at https://www.bitchute.com/video/K77tHRJB9bCq/.

Here was the LINK to a challenging presentation which has been removed. Here you can see a small portion of the presentation on Dr Toledo's website together with other Hydroxychloroquine studies. "Frontline Physicians Aim to Dispel 'Massive' COVID-19 'Disinformation Campaign' on Capitol Hill".
There are several references dating back to 2005 hypothesising that chloroquine could be a cure for SARS coronavirus.

The FDA-approved drug Ivermectin inhibits the replication of SARS-CoV-2 in vitro.

Dr Thomas Borody and Ivermectin treatment is a 'real killer of coronavirus'
7 August 2020. Professor Borody is most famous for his ground-breaking work developing the triple therapy cure for peptic ulcers in 1987, which has saved hundreds of thousands of lives, and the Australian health system more than $10 billion in medical care and operations.
Professor Borody founded the Centre for Digestive Diseases (CDD) in 1984 after a distinguished career with leading hospitals including St Vincent's in Sydney and the Mayo Clinic in the USA. Link.

We report here that Ivermectin, an FDA-approved anti-parasitic previously shown to have broad-spectrum anti-viral activity in vitro, is an inhibitor of the causative virus (SARS-CoV-2), with a single addition to Vero-hSLAM cells 2 h post infection with SARS-CoV-2 able to effect ~5000-fold reduction in viral RNA at 48 h. Ivermectin therefore warrants further investigation for possible benefits in humans. Source.

Ivermectin is effective for COVID-19: real-time meta analysis of 33 studies - Link.
Ivermectin has saved thousands of lives of Covid-19 sufferers worldwide. As an example of intractable twentieth-century medical mindset Ivermectin is banned in South Africa because the medical profession will not accept new ideas without double-blind peer-reviewed evidence, which takes time and will cost hundreds of thousands of lives. To quote "Sahpra said there was no clinical evidence available for the use of Ivermectin in the management of Covid-19 infections." They will not allow its use or accept its effectiveness without evidence, and reports of its success are not evidence.

Last month Dr. Kory and his team testified before the U.S. Senate Homeland Security Committee in favor of authorizing Ivermectin, a Nobel Prize-winning anti-parasitic agent, for early treatment of the novel coronavirus. In his impassioned presentation, Dr. Kory explained that Ivermectin "basically obliterates transmission of this virus," with "miraculous effectiveness." Ivermectin has been the subject of dozens of studies and anecdotal success stories since it was found to reduce COVID-19 in a laboratory last June. "I've been treating COVID pretty much every single day since the onset," Kory said at the December hearing. "When I say 'miracle' I do not use that term lightly. Mountains of data that has emerged in the last three months." Such data emanates from places like India, the second most populated nation in the world, which embraced the treatment protocol advanced by FLCCC, and has watched its case and fatalities rate drop in "steep decline." Though India has four times the population of the U.S., it has less than half of the coronavirus related deaths. Other examples come from Bangladesh, Peru, Argentina, Brazil and several other South American countries, all of which have demonstrated the effectiveness of Ivermectin. - LINK.

There are other drugs under investigation.Quercetin: New Hype for COVID-19?

This is the most convincing graph that shows the effectiveness of Hydroxychloroquine that has been ignored.

    With the publication of a the fraudulent Lancet study on 22 May 2020, most countries suspended the Hydroxychloroquine trials or to simply ban its dispensing.

    The Lancet study which claimed to demonstrate the toxicity and ineffectiveness of hydroxychloroquine was withdrawn on the 4th of June, so Swiss patients remained deprived of this treatment May 27th till the 11th of June. France also banned the drug during this time. These 15 days of prohibition had an impact on patient survival, proven by the increase in deaths among newly resolved cases, based on daily data from Johns Hopkins University.

    During the weeks preceding the ban, the nrCFR index fluctuated between 3% and 5%. Some 13 days after the start of the prohibition, the nrCFR index increases considerably to be between 10 and 15% for 2 weeks. Some 12 days after the end of the prohibition, the lethality falls back to a lower level.

    Note that during the prohibition period of hydroxychloroquine in Switzerland and France, the nrCFR index was almost identical in both countries with temporary increases in mortality.

Sunlight and COVID-19 Virus

"Sunlight destroys the COVID-19 virus quickly," reads the briefing.

Preliminary results from government lab experiments show that the coronavirus does not survive long in high temperatures and high humidity, and is quickly destroyed by sunlight, providing evidence from controlled tests of what scientists believed - but had not yet proved - to be true. Link here

About Vitamin D, Zinc and kids.

There is growing non scientific literature that Vitamin D and Zinc inhibit the CO-19 virus. Taking them should do no harm except to your pocket, and in a sea of bewilderment they could be effective.

This report claims massive reductions with Vitamin D for darker skins.

Vitamin D helps the body fight coronavirus, major Israeli study of 7807 coronavirus patients claims.

Dr John Campbell discusses the importance and benefits of Vitamin D in lessening the effects on Covid-19.

Results are coming in from various settings and the main message seems to be that vitamin D deficiency may or may not help to prevent you catching the virus, but it does affect whether you get very ill from it.

Sun, fresh air & virus in 1920

In 1918 putting infected patients out in the sun helped because it inactivated the influenza virus.

It also kills bacteria that cause lung and other infections in hospitals.
During the First World War, military surgeons routinely used sunlight to heal infected wounds.
They just knew it was a disinfectant. What they didn't know was how it worked was that the placing patients outside in the sun was they could synthesise vitamin D in their skin if sunlight was strong enough.

Click here for a fascinating article
that showed how simple changes to treatment reduced the Spanish influenza death rate from 40% to 13%.

We know the benefits of sunshine and fresh air, so are we doing our children a disservice by keeping them indoors? About Vitamin D and kids.
It really makes you wonder where some politicians were getting their advice when they closed beaches and parks to the public during the lockdowns!

What is the best dose of zinc for Covid-19 prevention.

Immunity, Antibodies, Dosage, Distance and Dispersion

Distance, Dose, Dispersion: An experts' guide on Covid-19 risks

This link will take you to probably the best written. clearest guide in the Daily Maverick, a South African publication.

Immunity and Antibodies
It is most unlikely that you will get COVID-19 again. This year at least! There is a lot we do not know about the new coronavirus.

Although there have been reports of getting the virus again, these cases could have been that the virus never left the patient, and the two proven cases out of 30 million could have another explanation.

Some researches believe that exposure to other viruses may boost your immune system to better resist the new coronavirus, if only for a few weeks. Cross-reactivity could explain why exposure to common bugs in the dirt and in our homes renders us less susceptible to dangerous infectious agents. Source.
The immune response to the virus is stronger than everyone thought.Coronavirus: Why everyone was wrong

Immunity is different proteins and cells that results in the body fending off a pathogen before it can gain a toehold. The scheme varies from pathogen to pathogen.
While most acute infections result in the development of protective immunity, available data for human coronaviruses suggest the possibility that substantive adaptive immune responses can fail to occur and robust protective immunity can fail to develop.

Immunity occurs when our immune system has developed antibodies against a germ, either naturally or as a result of a vaccine, and is fully prepared should exposure recur. The immune system response is so robust that the invading germ is eradicated before symptomatic disease can develop. NY Times.

The human immune system can apparently handle or counteract a small amount of the COVID-19 virus.
How much is a small amount we do not know.

A big question is whether if you are exposed to progressively larger amounts of the virus over a given time, will your ability to handle larger amounts increase?

This article suggests how to support your immune system.

Boost your immunity with healthy food, control stress, quality sleep, exercise preferably outdoors, No smoking, limit alcohol and keep chronic conditions under control.

Trump health official meets with doctors pushing herd immunity.
In the meeting, the three doctors from "The Greater Barrington Declaration LINK to the petition and video" well worth watching and signing advanced their ideas. They told Azar that allowing the virus to spread uncontrolled among young, healthy people while protecting older adults and those at higher risk for serious illness would build up enough population immunity to stop it from spreading widely while avoiding lockdowns and other mitigation measures that have had a damaging impact on the economy.
The idea of allowing the virus to spread uncontrollably is gaining traction in the White House, where Atlas is advising President Trump, who is battling his own case of COVID-19.

As an aside that is exactly what this website has been proposing for 6 months, although not certain of the effectiveness of masks in preventing spread until we know more about spreading the virus. Their declaration is probably the most sensible medical advice available.
However although you might be able to protect most of the vulnerable, there will still be mortalities and intensive care hospital stays for many. The virus is now almost everywhere.

No one knows for sure how much virus it takes for someone to become infected, but recent studies offer some clues. In one small study published recently in the journal Nature, researchers were unable to culture live coronavirus if a patient's throat swab or milliliter of sputum contained less than one million copies of viral RNA. Wall Street Journal.

Overall, "The risk of a given infected person transmitting to people is pretty low," said Scott Dowell, a deputy director overseeing the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's Covid-19 response. "For every superspreading event you have a lot of times when nobody gets infected."
He and his colleagues found samples from contagious patients with virus levels up to 1,000 times that, which could help explain why the virus is so infectious in the right conditions: It may take much lower levels of virus than what's found in a sick patient to infect someone else.

Some scientists say while aerosol transmission does occur, it doesn't explain most infections. In addition, the virus doesn't appear to spread widely through the air.
"If this were transmitted mainly like measles or tuberculosis, where infectious virus lingered in the airspace for a long time, or spread across large airspaces or through air-handling systems, I think you would be seeing a lot more people infected," said the CDC's Dr. Brooks.

The attack rate for Covid-19 in households ranges between 4.6% and 19.3%, according to several studies. It was higher for spouses, at 27.8%, than for other household members, at 17.3%, in one study in China.

Logical Conclusion

Mode of transmission: CDC Recommendations 18 May 2020.
"Current data suggest person-to-person transmission most commonly happens during close exposure to a person infected with the virus that causes COVID-19, primarily via respiratory droplets produced when the infected person speaks, coughs, or sneezes.
"Droplets can land in the mouths, noses, or eyes of people who are nearby or possibly be inhaled into the lungs of those within close proximity.
"Transmission also might occur through contact with contaminated surfaces followed by self-delivery to the eyes, nose, or mouth.
"The contribution of small respirable particles, sometimes called aerosols or droplet nuclei, to close proximity transmission is currently uncertain. However, airborne transmission from person-to-person over long distances is unlikely."

The logical conclusion is that the only way the virus can enter your body is through your eyes, nose and mouth, (except through an open cut) and there are only three ways the infection can get to your eyes, nose mouth.

However to confuse matters further "The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has changed its coronavirus guidance once again, acknowledging information posted on its website last week about the risk of contracting COVID-19 from contaminated surfaces was confusing. The CDC now says the coronavirus can "possibly" be spread on surfaces and objects, though the virus is mainly transmitted between people. This is not the first time the nation's premier public health agency has had to reverse course on information related to the coronavirus, including the agency's evolving guidance on whether a mask should be worn in public."

One is being too close to an infected person who coughs, sneezes or spits close enough to land on your face.

Protect yourself by social distancing of 1 to 2 meters depending on to whom you listen and a shield.

Two is yourself touching something that an infected person or someone else has touched, coughed, sneezed or splattered or spat on, and then touching your face with hands that carry infection before washing or sterilising your hands.

Three is your face inadvertently touching something with the virus or being touched by infected hands.
Wearing a shield that protects from human spray and allows nothing contaminated to touch your face should be the best protection.

Abundance of caution procedures

"So far, evidence suggests that it's harder to catch the virus from a soft surface (such as fabric) than it is from frequently touched hard surfaces like elevator buttons or door handles," wrote Lisa Maragakis, MD, senior director of infection prevention at the Johns Hopkins Health System. Source.

Although some emergency workers throw everything, they were wearing into the wash as they get home, and if the soap doesn't get the virus, the hot water above 133F or 56C will.
Not a bad idea to be super careful, but ensure that you wash your hands before removing masks or shields.
Don't forget that buttons are hard surfaces.
Your shoes can pick up the virus, so either leave them outside or wipe them with sanitiser.

The CDC recommends the general public wearing gloves only when cleaning or caring for someone who is sick.
The WHO cautions that washing your hands offers more protection against catching the coronavirus than wearing rubber gloves. It explains that COVID-19 can still be picked up on gloves and that this can be transferred to one's face. Gloves may give a "false sense of security", and washing hands is a far better precautionary measure.
Wearing gloves is of doubtful protection since the virus does not penetrate the skin, unless maybe through an open wound. For gloves to be effective, they must be removed after touching any possibly contaminated object. Much easier to wash your hands.
The main advantage or disadvantage of gloves is that some are less likely to touch your face while others are more likely when wearing them.
If you let the gloves get dirty you could be increasing the chances of spreading contamination.
Public Health England (PHE) and the World Health Organisation has also not recommended people wear gloves or face masks to protect themselves.
Lenses and your Eyes.
The American Academy of Ophthalmology suggests that you consider "switching to glasses for a while.
"Wearing glasses may add a layer of protection.
"There's no evidence that wearing contact lenses increases your risk of coronavirus infection. But contact lens wearers touch their eyes more than the average person."
Safety glasses, which protect the exposed sides and the area around your eyes may offer better protection, health care experts say.

Keeping Covid-19 at bay when buying and consuming food. "We have no evidence that this virus is transmitted via food, or indeed food packaging," said Professor Lucia Anelich. So there's no empirical proof that anyone has contracted the virus from packaging. It's not impossible, but the chances are slim, Anelich indicates.
When asked about the effectiveness of wearing gloves during food preparation, she said years of research show that gloves offer a "false sense of security". "When people wear gloves, they tend to forget that the glove is an extension of their hand and so they will touch surfaces with the glove and then touch their faces or forget to wash their hands." She urged against wearing gloves while shopping.
"I do not disinfect (food) and I do not wash them with soap and water - that is a definite no no," said Anelich, who explained that soap is toxic to humans and should not be ingested.
In addition, what is emerging is that 90% of transmission occurs person-to-person, whether asymptomatic, symptomatic or pre-symptomatic, with only 10% from surfaces. What we also know is that frequently touched surfaces pose a greater risk than other less-touched surfaces. The chances that a specific package is frequently touched by an infected person are therefore highly remote.

More about COVID-19 Airborne Transmission and Masks

This document of 29 March 2020 from the WHO discusses the various forms of infection transmission, concluding that there is unlikely to be a COVID-19 airborne transmission, but droplet transmission is common within close contact (within 1 m). Click here

This article dated 16 March 2020 concludes that airborne transmission may be possible, but not likely, and repeats the WHO instruction that COVID-19 does not require the wearing of masks.

This CDC Recommendation updated May 18, 2020 says "The contribution of small respirable particles, sometimes called aerosols or droplet nuclei, to close proximity transmission is currently uncertain. However, airborne transmission from person-to-person over long distances is unlikely."

Transmitting the Virus
If tiny drops generated from breathing and probably coughing containing coronavirus remain suspended for some time, then a face mask is both of use as protection against inhaling the virus and preventing spreading.
If the drops do not remain suspended for much time, a mask, especially a surgical mask will help stop a person with CO-19 from spreading, but is no protection to becoming infected, and could increase the chance of infection if the wearer adjusts the mask with contaminated fingers. Only a shield stops the wearer touching contaminated surfaces and then touching their face.

Medical personal in close contact with CO-19 patients must wear at least the N95 mask, plus a medically approved face shield.

If you're not sick but are around people who have the flu, wearing a surgical mask can help protect you from getting infected as long as it's tight-fitting. If there are gaps around the sides, then it's not helping much.
The only certain conclusion is that there is no certain conclusion yet. The WHO is slow on making any new recommendations.
Generation and Behavior of Airborne Particles (Aerosols) here.

Link to another report "Natural Ventilation for Infection Control in Health-Care Settings"

How long can virus live on surfaces?

Click her for WHO report "Is coronavirus spreading by talking and breathing?"

The WHO says "in an analysis of 75,465 COVID-19 cases in China, airborne transmission was not reported". However, this was before much was known about CO-19.
This is taken directly from a WHO report COVID-19 spreads through droplet transmission - respiratory droplets that are relatively heavy, do not travel far and fall quickly to the ground and other surfaces.
Extensive contamination of the environment can occur.
Although airborne spread seems to be unlikely in normal circumstances, further evidence is needed before it is considered an insignificant mode of transmission.

Droplets Size Evaporation Time The Wells evaporation-falling curve of droplets

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC is "additionally advising the use of simple cloth face coverings to slow the spread of the virus and help people who may have the virus and do not know it from transmitting it to others. Cloth face coverings fashioned from household items or made at home from common materials at low cost can be used as an additional, voluntary public health measure." The CDC recommends wearing face masks in public settings to prevent spreading the disease, even though coronavirus airborne transmission is "unlikely."
A CDC report that virus droplet nuclei aerosols can stay suspended in the air during medical procedures is probably the basis for discussion on airborne transmission as against droplet transmission.

However the WHO criticised this report since the droplets were detected near where medical procedures had taken place or where droplets were generated by a nebuliser which does not reflect normal human cough conditions.
The "WHO continues to recommend droplet and contact precautions", (but not nuclei aerosol precautions.)
Routes of transmission COVID-19 is transmitted via droplets and fomites during close unprotected contact between an infector and infectee.

Airborne spread has not been reported for COVID-19, and it is not believed to be a major driver of transmission based on available evidence; however, it can be envisaged if certain aerosol-generating procedures are conducted in health care facilities.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has also released guidelines on this, saying that airborne bioaerosol transmission of COVID-19 has not been reported, except in particular circumstances like removing a patient from a ventilator or manual ventilation.
WHO advice as at 25 May 2020. Can wearing a mask protect you against coronavirus?


  • Physical distancing of 1 or 2 meters is the best protection.
  • New research dated 5 June 2020 has the WHO suggesting masks for everyone where social distancing is not possible.
  • Keep your hands off you face!
  • Wash or sterilise your hands often.
  • The Centre for Disease Control, (CDC), Public Health England (PHE) the World Health Organisation (WHO) do not suggest masks (and shields) or gloves as protection except for health professions and carer' or where social distancing is not possible.
  • Masks and shields will almost certainly prevent the infected spreading the virus.
  • Airborne transmission is unlikely but possible, in which case a mask will offer protection.
  • Shields are probably a better option than masks for protection, mainly because they are easier to wear and more likely to stay on.
  • The elderly need to take extra care, and should be completely insulated from the CO-19 patients.

  • A few viral particles cannot make you sick - the immune system would vanquish the intruders before they could infect you. However we do not know how much virus is needed for an infection to take root.
  • Children and young adults are less likely to become infected or show symptoms from the CO-19 virus and very seldom become badly sick from the virus.
  • Coronavirus is not as deadly as the media makes out, and your chances of dying, even if elderly are not so bad.
  • Sunlight can reduce the half life of CO-19 virus in aerosols from 60 minutes to 90 seconds, 1/40th!
  • The best place to be is outside in the open air.
  • No-one has any idea how long the virus will be affecting us.
  • The politicians know almost nothing about COVID-19 (and most things) but that will not stop them imposing their ideas on us.
  • Medical treatment of CO-19 is improving daily
  • The medical experts knowledge about COVID-19 is very limited, but most are learning fast.

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