It seems the Covid vaccination process has been politicized along party lines
Missing from the chart is Alaska with 41% vaccinated. Of particular interest are the states of Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada and Wisconsin, whose elections are still contested according a majority of Republicans. Why is that? When President trump in March 2020 started touting Hydroxycloroquine as a possible prophylactic and cure while we waited for a vaccine, the media immediately started a counter campaign telling how dangerous it was. Even Fox News joined the chorus:
The Veterans study Neil Cavuto referred to had one fatal flaw: it did not include Zinc in the medication. It is the Zinc that kills the Coronavirus after the HZQ has made the virus membrane penetrable. There are now many other studies done that shows that HZQ + Zinc + Azitromycine are highly effective, even after the secondary stage in the disease has set in:
This was a compilation in January 2021. Recent results are even more encouraging.
A new study published by MedRxiv found that hydroxychloroquine and zinc treatments in patients increased COVID survival by almost three times.
The study “looked at 255 COVID19 patients who required invasive mechanical ventilation (IMV) during the first two months of the US pandemic. Through comprehensive, longitudinal evaluation and new consideration of all the data, we were able to better describe and understand factors affecting outcome after intubation.”
As you know, former President Trump touted hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for COVID, and was shunned by Dr. Fauci and the mainstream media for doing so. Trump told the world he even took hydroxychloroquine himself, and urged Americans to speak with their doctors.
There is another medication available which will greatly reduce the severity of Covid-19. It is Ivermectin, available at Tractor Supply and drugstores to treat parasitic infections in farm animals and dogs. The results are encouraging. Some claim an even better result than from HCQ treatment, which would make it an attractive alternative to HCQ treatment.
I do not know proper dosages, but if done properly, it is safe for humans when treating parasitic infections. It also is too cheap for the medical elite to take seriously.
One more thing, make sure you take supplemental Vitamin D3 (I take 5000 IU/day). An Indonesian study found that the death rate went from 95% if the values were less than 19 nanograms/milliliter to less than 5% if the D3 values were over 31 nanograms/milliliter. The study was made in Covid patients over 65 years old.
Who should get vaccinated? For me, being nearly 80 years old, with a heart condition and a severe blood disease the choice was easy. Of course, I should get vaccinated. But for younger people, people under 45 years of age with a more than 99.9% chance of survival even without HCQ or Ivermectin treatment should they get the Covid.
NEW BLOOMFIELD — A Cleveland Clinic study released this week stated people already infected with the coronavirus gain no additional benefits from vaccination.
The study included 52,000 Cleveland Clinic employees and found not one person who was infected with the virus and chose not to get vaccinated became reinfected.
The data led researchers to conclude those already infected with COVID-19 gain no benefit from getting the vaccine, but an MU Health Care official disagrees with the clinic’s statement.
With this new information my recommendation is to only perform vaccination on demand to preserve personal freedom as much as possible, recommend it to high risk groups, but do not vaccinate children and college age adults! We are close enough to herd immunity to carry out the vaccine trials and prove them effective and safe for the long run before we proceed any further. After all, the vaccines are only approved for emergency use, and children and young adults do not die from it, but the side effects of the vaccine are often much more severe than the disease itself. In children it is mostly asymptomatic. For young adults there is a disturbing rise in the myocarditis after taking the vaccine