What can be done to reduce the severity of COVID-19 in our homes, work and school communities this year?
The data is now showing us that treating the infection early at home can reduce the severity and minimize its duration to possibly get us back to school and work sooner. More studies are showing promising paths to prevention as well.
In August 2020, a research article that presented a basis and rationale for early outpatient treatment was published here.
Since then, there have been over 1,300 studies of early treatment and a real-time analysis that is available for further review and scientific debate:
Here are a list of notable COVID-19 controlled studies:
Keeping our Teachers Safe and our Kids in School
School communities can take basic steps to provide Admin & Staff research and resources for prevention and early intervention as well as offset out of pocket expenses and financial burden. As parents, we can really help lessen the additional burdens on school staff and teachers and reduce absenteeism.
There are ways we can all help each other stay informed, educated and taking proactive steps for our health:
1. Know your Vitamin D Levels and make sure you are sufficient, not deficient.
Vitamin D Research - https://vdmeta.com
2. Have your plan and desired protocol ready. Here are some prevention and early treatment protocols to consider:
FLCCC Alliance - https://covid19criticalcare.com/covid-19-protocols/
BiRD Group - https://bird-group.org/protocols/
TFH Foundation - https://www.truthforhealth.org/patientguide/patient-treatment-guide/
Zelenko - http://vladimirzelenkomd.com/treatment-protocol/
3. Volunteer to help others that need support healing.
We can help each other overcome this illness by paying extra attention to who needs support healing. Doing things like dropping off comfort care items, picking up meds from the pharmacy, donating items for care packages to offset out of pocket expenses will provide care for our school communities during this season. In serious cases, organize food and drink delivery and help families manage and cope with illness.
It certainly helps our communities and our own health when we stay connected and do a little something extra to make a difference. If you've recovered from COVID-19, please share your story and what you’ve learned with others - you never know, you could end up saving someone's life!
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