- and be better informed than the purveyors of fear, isolation and economic collapse
Comparing the various sequelae of flu, COVID19, cold — one might ask WTF is this all about! I have had several battles with the flu — fever , uncontrollable shivers until the fever broke, physical wipe-out for days, no cure, not even feel-better drugs, just stay home and get over it. Based on this chart of amalgamated characteristics, give me COVID19. Why are we not hearing the comparatives as to “flu” statistics? For the record, a medically vulnerable person should be isolated from all of these except perhaps someone with allergies. Thanks to KK for the forward.
Relating to cure and treatment
The New York doctor also posted a video explaining his success with hydroxychloroquine and Z-Paks. His treatment resulted in the shortness of breath issue being resolved in 4 to 6 hours. Dr. Zelenko in his study had zero deaths, zero hospitalizations and zero intubations!
Later on Monday evening Sean Hannity invited two more medical experts on to discuss Dr. Zelenko’s coronavirus results.
The two doctors were cautiously optimistic.
Coronovirus/COVID 19 — comparing flu mortalities
This is what the Democrats are about:
McConnell Furious After Senate Democrats Screw American Public – Block Emergency Coronavirus Package (VIDEO
Cuomo spent more money than the cost of the ventilators on a solar panel boondoggle, reports former New York Lieutenant Governor Betsy McCaughey (R) in a syndicated column published this past week. McCaughey reports the Cuomo administration decided instead to establish “triage officers” to decide in a crisis who would get a ventilator and who would be left to die.
NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo gestures toward a hospital ventilator during an interview with CNN New Day co-host Alisyn Camerota, March 19, screen image.
…After learning that the state’s stockpile of medical equipment had 16,000 fewer ventilators than New Yorkers would need in a severe pandemic, Gov. Andrew Cuomo came to a fork in the road in 2015. He could have chosen to buy more ventilators. Instead, he asked his health commissioner, Howard Zucker to assemble a task force and draft rules for rationing the ventilators they already had.
That task force came up with rules that will be imposed when ventilators run short. Patients assigned a red code will have the highest access, and other patients will be assigned green, yellow or blue (the worst) depending on a “triage officer’s” decision. In truth, a death officer. Let’s not sugarcoat it. It won’t be up to your own doctor.
Cuomo could have purchased the additional 16,000 needed ventilators for $36,000 apiece or a total of $576 million in 2015. It’s a lot of money but less than the $750 million he threw away on a boondoggle “Buffalo Billion” solar panel factory. When it comes to state budget priorities, spending half a percent of the budget on ventilators is a no brainer.
Now the pandemic is actually here. Cuomo’s grim reaper rules will be applied. New York City’s deputy commissioner for disease control Demetre Daskalakis is anticipating “some very serious difficult decisions.” So far, in New York City, 1 out of every 4 people with a confirmed case has been hospitalized, and 44% of them have needed a ventilator.
The task force claimed there was no point in buying ventilators because there’s also a shortage of doctors and nurses trained to use them. Five years ago, that problem could have been fixed, too. Even now, the National Disaster Medical System can send staff to hot spots like New York…
NYC Health Officials Urged Crowds on Feb 9th to Gather and “Not Change Plans” Because of the “Coronavirus Scare”: “If you are staying away, you are missing out”
Tucker Carlson called on Democrats in Congress Monday to put aside their “stupid partisan points” and stop “indulging their creepy ideological obsessions” to focus on getting a coronavirus relief bill passed.
Trumps response timeline:
We cannot let this shut-down approach go on