Are There any Covid-19 Treatments Available and are they Effective?
When coronavirus began to spread across the globe in early 2020, there was very little publicly known information about what they termed a “novel” or new coronavirus. While this did appear to be a new strain of coronavirus, the virus itself had been long known and studied.
There had been previous attempts to create a vaccine to combat the virus, all of which failed. Most studies concluded at the end of their grant money and didn’t continue. Other studies were interrupted because the cure was more deadly than the disease. Many other efforts at previous vaccine developments stalled or wasn’t completed until AFTER the infection stopped. These viruses seem to run a course and then die out naturally. But, doctors around the world did have the opportunity to test various treatments.
Nothing suggested here claims to be a cure… there is no known cure. What is presented are alternative treatments that you’re unlikely to hear about from the mainstream media and government health officials. Quite frankly, that represents a complete failure and breakdown of the system that should inform the public of health threats and what can be done about it.
Here’s the thing… If any good treatment for the disease should be developed, that should be enough, and we wouldn’t need a vaccine. In fact, the emergency use authorization assumes NO other treatments are available. You have to ask, Why? Why are governments pushing their experimental mRNA gene shots that have killed thousands of people over other available options with less deadly results? Might I suggest money?
In truth, we do have options. There are low cost treatments already available to us that have been blocked by the U.S. government. We will never reach 100% certainty from any treatment being successful all the time. Perhaps pretty high, but not perfect. Since the death rate of Covid-19 is less than 1% an effective treatment should be adequate for the vast majority of the population.
Do Monoclonal Antibodies work for Covid-19?
Monoclonal antibody treatment is not well known, according to Florida Governor DeSantis, because it received federal emergency use authorization around the same time as the vaccines were being approved, and that the “focus rightfully was on vaccines at the time.” He said he felt that it was important to utilize this treatment alongside vaccines, and it was, in his opinion, “the most effective yet for people who are already infected.”
Experimental monoclonal antibodies developed by Regeneron Pharmaceuticals were used by President Donald Trump after he contracted SARS-Cov-2 which causes COVID-19, in October 2020. Trump recovered in a matter of days. Perhaps it was the toxic anti-Trump political climate that kept this therapy hidden from the public.
The Department of Health and Human Services website describes these monoclonal antibodies as “laboratory-produced molecules that may block the virus that causes COVID-19 from attaching to human cells, making it more difficult for the virus to reproduce and cause harm. These antibodies could help the immune system respond more effectively to the virus.”
Dr. Kenneth Scheppke, chief medical officer for the Florida Department of Emergency Management said, “The treatment reduces severe illness, hospitalization, and death risk by 70 percent, and reduces the odds of household contacts developing COVID-19 by 82 percent. Monoclonal antibody therapy helps prevent the COVID-19 virus from attaching to human cells, and is effective against variants of concern, including the Delta variant.”
Fact Sheet For Health Care Providers Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of Regen-COV.
I was happy to hear the Veterans Administration hospitals announced Monoclonal Antibody Infusion Treatment is now available to outpatient veterans. Antibody infusion has had a 98.6% success rate in preventing hospitalization for those treated. Monoclonal Antibody treatment is used only in outpatients who have factors that put them at risk for progression to severe disease/hospitalization. Antibody infusion should be administered as soon as possible after a positive COVID-19 test for asymptomatic patients, and no later than 10 days following symptom onset.
If you or a Veteran you know has tested positive for COVID-19 and meet the criteria, contact your Primary Care Team at the VA to inquire about Monoclonal Antibody Infusion treatment.
Does Hydroxychloroquine work for Covid-19?
Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), is a medication long used to prevent and treat malaria, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and porphyria cutanea tarda. It was approved for medical use in the United States in 1955, and is on the World Health Organization’s List of Essential Medicines. In 2017, it was the 128th most commonly prescribed medication in the United States, with more than five million prescriptions.
Hydroxychloroquine is being studied to prevent and treat Covid-19. While high-quality evidence of its effectiveness is generally lacking, there has been some concerns of potential harm from side effects. Like all drugs, all risk cannot be excluded, and it remains a treatment for rheumatic disease.
In June 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) discontinued use of hydroxychloroquine in the international Solidarity trial, as did the United Kingdom RECOVERY Trial, when hydroxychloroquine was shown to provide no benefit for hospitalized people severely infected with Covid-19. The FDA revoked the emergency use authorization for hydroxychloroquine, stating that oral hydroxychloroquine was not effective in treating Covid-19, and that potential risks remained for people using the drug.
When a group of doctors, America’s Frontline Doctors, went public with their findings that Hydroxychloroquine offered hope in curing coronavirus, they were quickly banned and censored by the corporate social media sites including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google, and others.
Why do the so-called experts and scientists go to such lengths to deny us freely available REAL life-saving medical information from real clinical experience of doctors using Hydroxychloroquine?
Although I have no direct evidence as to their motives, I can think of a few reasons they might want to misdirect attention away from the efficacy of Hydroxychloroquine for Covid-19.
- Remember the guidance from WHO and the CDC in the early days of this pandemic relating to the use of face masks? These organization said face masks were not effective and the public did not need them. They later discouraged the use of face masks by the general public to preserve stockpiles for use by front-line healthcare workers. They later reversed that guidance as face coverings became mandatory in many parts of the country. Could it be they are likewise discouraging the use of Hydroxychloroquine for Covid-19 because its use would threaten its availability for people with established indications?
- Another possible reason to discourage its use might be because its low cost and widespread availability would directly compete with newer profitable high-tech DNA altering vaccines proposed by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Think about it… if there were an effective therapeutic available to those who caught the virus, there would be no need for any vaccine, whether it’s from Gates or elsewhere.
- A third possibility is because if there was a low cost, readily available, and effective therapeutic, it would put an end to this whole Covid-19 nightmare. No Covid-19 would mean no need for governments control over their population with increased surveillance (contact tracing), border controls, and opening businesses to normal operations. Covid-19 has been a windfall for deep state globalist governments’ to expand their control and domination of the world population and it’s not in their interest to relinquish that power.
Despite these doctors being censored, millions of Americans heard their message and their published White Paper on the subject is available for anybody to read.
Does Ivermectin work for Covid-19?
The University of Oxford tested the anti-parasitic drug ivermectin as a possible treatment for COVID-19, as part of a British government-backed study that aims to aid recoveries in non-hospital settings. Ivermectin resulted in a reduction of virus replication in laboratory studies, the university said, adding that a small pilot showed giving the drug early could reduce viral load and the duration of symptoms in some patients with mild COVID-19.
Some studies of ivermectin have reported potential anti-inflammatory properties, which have been postulated to be beneficial in people with COVID-19.
While the World Health Organization, and European and U.S. regulators have recommended against using ivermectin in COVID-19 patients, it is being used to treat the illness in some countries, including India.
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny suggests ivermectin is both a safe and effective treatment for Coronavirus and Influenza which has been suppressed in the mainstream. Ivermectin has no side effects or complications and it’s been used for over 60 years. Ivermectin blocks the spike protein, globs onto the spike protein which is the crown of the virus, while in circulation and globs onto the spike protein on other Corona viruses. It also blocks the binding to the Ace Receptors on the surface of all your cells. It also has some anti-inflammatory properties.
Dr. Tenpenny suggests putting people on both HCQ and Ivermectin when they’re sick and America’s Frontline Doctors are prescribing these medicines across the USA.
Does Remdesivir work with Covid-19?
Developed by the biopharmaceutical company, Gilead Sciences, Remdesivir has been tested as a treatment for COVID-19, and has been authorized for emergency use in the US, India, Singapore, and approved for use in Japan, the European Union, and Australia for people with severe symptoms. In January 2020, Gilead Sciences began laboratory testing of remdesivir against SARS-CoV-2, stating that remdesivir had been shown to be active against severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) in animal models.
Remdesivir seems to be mostly for advanced stages of Covid-19. The number of people reaching that stage is pretty small with most people that will recover without it. Results from a NIAID study in hospitalized patients with COVID-19 showed that remdesivir shortened time to recovery by an average of four days.
Preliminary data from an international multi-center, placebo controlled double-blind randomized controlled trial carried out by the US National Institutes of Health suggests that Remdesivir is effective in reducing the recovery time from 15 to 11 days in people hospitalized with COVID-19.
Remdesivir was originally developed to treat hepatitis C and was then tested against Ebola virus disease and Marburg virus disease, but was ineffective for all of these viral infections. It was subsequently discovered that remdesivir had antiviral activity in vitro against multiple filoviruses, pneumoviruses, paramyxoviruses, and coronaviruses.
In a trial conducted in China over February–March 2020, Remdesivir did not show effectiveness in reducing the time for improvement from COVID-19 or deaths, and caused various adverse effects, resulting in the investigators to terminate the trial.
Additional studies of Remdesivir have shown it to be ineffective at treating Covid-19 in adults (even WHO studies show this) and to have severe side effects, including multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS), kidney failure and dialysis, and septic shock.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) announced that remdesivir was better than a placebo in reducing time to recovery for people hospitalized with advanced COVID-19. Despite generally positive results, the study published in The New England Journal of Medicine concluded that “given high mortality despite the use of remdesivir, it is clear that treatment with an antiviral drug alone is not likely to be sufficient.”
Remdesivir was approved for medical use in the European Union in July 2020. In November 2020, the FDA issued an emergency use authorization (EUA) for the combination of baricitinib with remdesivir, for the treatment of suspected or laboratory confirmed COVID-19 in hospitalized people two years of age or older requiring supplemental oxygen, invasive mechanical ventilation, or extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO).
On April 25, 2022, Remdesivir was approved by the FDA for “treatment” of Covid-19 in babies as young as 28 days old and as small as seven pounds. This decision doesn’t really make sense to me as children and infants are at statistically zero risk of death from Covid-19, and yet they now can legally be treated with what is essentially poison.
While I’m not really seeing any conclusive science that Remdesivir works, because of some early favorable results further research is recommended. For those reaching a more serious infection of Covid-19, they might consider this an option.
Does Dexamethasone work for Covid-19?
Another treatment that indicates a reduction in death rate is Dexamethasone. This is a common steroid used to treat inflammation and was found to cut deaths by up to one-third in a study of more than 6,000 severely ill patients.
Michael Yeadon Interview – Former Pfizer VP
Will your doctor prescribe for you any of these medications when you’ve tested positive for Covid-19? Probably NOT. Why?
Some doctors have bought into the lies of the Pharmaceutical Industrial Complex and have listened to the endless stream of propaganda designed to only promote their hugely profitable and experimental gene altering drugs. This nefarious industry wants you either dead or forever addicted to their drug concoctions.
Like most of us… doctors are really busy, and like most people do not make the effort or take the time to research it for themselves. They are caught in the same trap as most of everyone else who’s uneducated and rely on what others tell them about the science. Follow the science, right?
Many other doctors are NOT independent and are directed either by their corporate owners or insurance providers to not provide these low cost readily available treatments. Even if they wanted to… they are prevented at the risk of losing their jobs.
If you are fortunate to have a doctor that will treat you, good luck in finding a pharmacy that will follow the doctors’ orders. The pharmacists that work for large chains like CVS Health, Walgreens, Rite Aid, Walmart, Kroger, and others have been ordered by their corporate owners to intervene and avoid filling those prescriptions. Their primary role in the past here in the US was to safely and accurately fill prescriptions ordered by healthcare providers for patients. No more. Now, they are stepping in between you and your doctor, becoming the arbiter of your health. If not unlawful, it’s certainly unethical. So much for the doctor/patient relationship.
As I have said repeatedly elsewhere…
It’s NOT about YOUR health, rather it’s about money, control, and jurisdiction.
Count your blessings if your doctor will treat you for Covid-19 and perhaps you can find an independent pharmacist that will uphold their responsibility to fill prescriptions ordered by your doctor.
If you’re unable to procure those services from your health care provider, I recommend looking into the America’s Frontline Doctors who are prescribing these medicines and shipping them across the USA.