a. Drugs — WHO CDC/NIH and other world renowned organizations working towards vaccines are focusing on following most promising therapies.
a. VIRUS SIDE DRUGS ( mRNA Vaccine )
i. An experimental antiviral compound called remdesivir;
ii. The malaria medications chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine;
iii. A combination of two HIV drugs, lopinavir and ritonavir;
iv. And that same combination plus interferon-beta, an immune system messenger that can help cripple viruses.
v. Ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil, many generic versions)
vi. Anti-viral drug Kaletra
vii. The antiviral drug, called Favipiravir or Avigan
b. HUMAN CELLS SIDE DRUGS ( DNA Vaccine )
i. To reduce fever and ease aches and pains, take acetaminophen. Be sure to follow directions. If you are taking any combination cold or flu medicine, keep track of all the ingredients and the doses. For acetaminophen, the total daily dose from all products should not exceed 3,000 milligrams.
c. IMMUNE SYSTEM SIDE DRUGS
i. The drug in question, Aviptadil, is a synthetic form of a neuropeptide hormone that works to enable communications between neurons in the human nervous system.
b. IMMUNE SYSTEM SUPPLEMENTS
a. Vitamin A
b. Vitamin D
c. Vitamin C
d. Green Tea ( With ginger, clove, cardamom, garlic )
e. Rest Guidance — While you don’t need to stay in bed, you should get plenty of rest and proper REM sleep.
f. Stay well hydrated.
The test results of all vaccines are being populated on the following link .
1. French scientists conducted the first clinical trials on the effectiveness of using hydroxychloroquine alone and in combination with the antibiotics azithromycin for the treatment of COVID-19. The studies were carried out at the University Hospital Institute For Infectious and Tropical Diseases, Marseille, France.
2. The study involved 30 adult patients, both with and without COVID-19 symptoms, who were confirmed to be carriers of SARS-CoV-2. A control group of 16 people was made up of those who did not agree to take the new drugs. They were offered antibiotic treatment to prevent bacterial superinfection.
3. The remaining 14 patients took orally 200 milligrams of hydroxychloroquine sulfate three times daily for 10 days. In addition to hydroxychloroquine, six of them received 500 milligrams of azithromycin daily for the first two days to prevent superinfections, followed by 250 milligrams for four days. All six patients tolerated the combination of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin very well.
4. On the fifth day, all six patients were tested for coronavirus and gave negative results, which were confirmed in the following days. IAll patients infected with COVID-19 were completely cured on the fifth day.
5. It is curious that one of the patients who was taking only hydroxychloroquine did not heal. On the eighth day of the study, she started taking azithromycin, and on the ninth day her samples were already negative.
6. Scientists note that, although the test group was very small, the results are very encouraging.