I would line up a doctor, nurse, equipment, and meds and check them out of the hospital ASAP.
If they were hospitalized involuntarily, I'd do all I could to get their ass out of there, armed with vitamin D, C, zinc, and quercetin supplements, and find a doc who can give them a vitamin C IV. For those who go willingly, healing vibes (or prayer, if you will, same thing to me) would be the best I could do. So goes belief...
What medical practitioner has ever been taught to intubate a patient with lungs densely fluid filled and inflamed bursting capacity? Yet this was the directive. Not probing, prednisone, diuretics, antiobiotic infusion,HCQ,Zith,Ivermectin, doxycycline,Zinc,D,C…tubes and Remdiscivir… maybe w/ an AZT chaser
The hospital is where Covid patients are admitted with flu symptoms and depart in a hearse
Hey Steve, why am I blocked from liking comments?
Steve, please do a post on " What I would do if I or a family member was Vaxx damaged or dying"!
If you are unvaccinated and healthy it shouldn't be a problem. However, I can see that vaccinated people might have different concerns and it sounds as if you did the right things Steve.
I'm at the older end of things, plus I have R.A. - although I've dealt with the symptoms using serrapeptase, rose-hip extract and Neprinol (a proprietary blend of digestive enzymes and anti-inflammatories). I also try to keep my immune system tiptop with good food, exercise and supplements.
I had Covid in Jan 2020 before we knew what it was. I had four days of fatigue and a dry cough. That was it. I did nothing extra except rest and ramp up my Vitamin C intake. I got it again in December 2021. Must have been Omicron - one day's fatigue and felt like I was being attacked by something but it never got me. I had a blood test this month and I still have Covid antibodies. I've never taken a test either. I'm confident a good immune system will do the trick - it's evolved over a long time and is a fantastic piece of evolution. Look after it and it will almost certainly look after you.
Did the person who died after getting covid the second time get the jab previously? Very important to know.
But how would you know it was "COVID", since all the tests are so unreliable?
I like reading you Steve. It is refreshing to see other alert and awake people sharing ideas to get us out if this mess. It is time to focus on the connection of the thousands of antennas placed everywhere since 2020, even under each street light, with the symptoms called Covid. Have you heard of acute irradiation syndrome? And have you seen how graphene reacts to microwaves?
All the horror stories of hospitalization based on negative outcomes is true. I checked myself out after ten days--the hospital was basically an oxygen depot. Staff turning off my oxygen at night. No response to low oxygen saturation by remote pulse oximeter to monitoring station. No treatment for high blood sugar from steroids. Begging for a glass of water which took 8 plus hours to get. Chastisement for requesting incontinent products as I coughed my lungs out. It goes on and on. I had to request/beg for all the above. No housekeeping period.
Thank you!! Very helpful. I agree 💯. Ventilators do not cure COVID! When you come off of a ventilator after having COVID pneumonia you're disabled and need to go to a nursing home.
I'm still following Dr Zelico's protocol as zinc and quercetin are easily available and have few to no side effects so I can take these products frequently when around others who are sick. It would be nice to Ivermectin on hand. I'll look at the steroid treatment issue. Everyone is given steroids first thing so I find this interesting.
Here’s an idea: lower your carb intake as insulin resistance is part of the problem.
Then, get outside every day, because most people that struggle with Covid are vitamin D deficient.
If you’ve had the vax, I definitely recommend your protocol. It is making people immune deficient.
As for me and my intact immune system, I have no fear.
‘ We know from all the surveys that we do that it isn’t COVID that is killing people from COVID: it is the hospital treatment protocols.’ then why do you continue to believe there is a pandemic
Steve: I needed to take "my" steroids to stay alive, so I did. The FLCCC protocols worked wonderfully in spite of that.
There are patient advocacy groups who help families traverse this dizzying hospital maze and get people out of harm's way. One founder (an ICU nurse) spoke on Jonathan Otto's last COVID series. I wish I had noted her name and organization. If I locate, I'll update this comment.