The response to the COVID-19 ‘crisis’ from a medical perspective has been to restrict treatment to a small set of protocols which employ elements that may carry unknown (vaccines) to high risk such as remdesivir and the use of ventilators. Other protocols with proven efficacy have been vigorously suppressed such as the use of pharmaceuticals like ivermectin and HCQ (all reviewed with references on this site: The Hydroxychloroquine Debate, Alternative Therapeutics, and a number of blog articles).

One motivation is to restrict COVID-19 treatment to recently developed drugs and ‘vaccines’ that carry a hefty price tag, thereby enriching the shareholders and executives of Big Pharma, lobbyists and the politicians being bribed. Another has been to use this event as the perfect opportunity to restrict individual rights and freedoms, increasing state control over the individual. In short, they have determined what they can do and how they must implement it.

The primary protocols all involve the use of vaccines which are shown to offer little more than some slight protection against disease severity while posing significant risk of death or permanent injury. New drugs such as those by Merck and Pfizer have been rushed to market, largely untested but with hefty price tags and safety concerns. We seem to be in need of new approaches that offer proven safety profiles and low cost.

Fortunately both individual and groups of doctors have been working on the problem despite the attempts of the authorities and the medical establishment to shut them down. Here is a video introducing a set of protocols developed by the Front Line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC).

The FLCCC Protocols

Next are the Prevention and Treatment Protocols for COVID-19.

I-MASK+ Prevention & Early Outpatient Treatment Protocol for COVID-19

Here is the protocol recommended for the US (a Canadian version is not offered).

ANTI-VIRALS & ANTISEPTICS

lvermectin
Chronic Prevention: 0.2 mg/kg per dose (take with or after a meal) — twice a week for as long as disease risk is elevated in your community.
Post COVID-19 Exposure Prevention: 0.4 mg/kg per dose (take with or after a meal) — one dose today, repeat after 48 hours.

Gargle mouthwash:
2 x daily – gargle (do not swallow) antiseptic mouthwash with cetylpyridinium chloride (e.g. ScopeTM, ActTM, CrestTM), 1% povidone/iodine solution or ListerineTM with essential oils.

IVERMECTIN ALTERNATIVE

Nigella Sativa

40 mg/kg daily black cumin seed) To be used if ivermectin not available or added to ivermectin for optimal prevention.

IMMUNE FORTIFYING / SUPPORTIVE THERAPY

Vitamin D3 1,000–3,000 IU/day
Vitamin C 500–1,000 mg 2 x daily
Quercetin 250 mg/day
Zinc 30–40 mg/day (elemental zinc)
Melatonin 6 mg before bedtime (causes drowsiness)

I-RECOVER Management Protocol for Long Haul COVID-19 Syndrome (LHCS)

This is a protocol designed to help those recovering from the disease, particularly “log haulers”.

Canadian Covid Care Alliance Protocols

The Canadian Covid Care Alliance (CCCA) is a group of Canadian doctors exploring the use of alternative protocols to those dictated by the medical establishment. They have links to treatment protocols for various stages of the disease including prophylaxis. One useful link they provide is to a master list at C19Protocols. The FLCCC protocols are all listed as well as the protocol of Dr. Richard Fleming.

Summary

We do not offer any medical advice in this post. The information that we have put together is readily available online except when the media censors delete the sources. The information is partly for our own use as I haven’t taken the time before to research how much of what I should be taking apart from 5000 IU of vitamin D3 that I have been taking for years.

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