Coronavirus

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SarathW
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Re: Coronavirus

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retrofuturist wrote:
Thu May 14, 2020 10:02 pm
Greetings,
Bundokji wrote:
Thu May 14, 2020 3:05 pm
I am happy to live with the virus and to sacrifice all of the above but to see the world hysteria organization disappearing from existence.
Agreed, but we've drifted slowly from the topic at hand so now it's time for us to get...

:focus:

Just a reminder that if anyone wants to discuss such broader matters, Dharma Wheel Engaged is ready and waiting for your conversation.

Metta,
Paul. :)
Agree. No Mind made a good point. I have open two topics in Dharma Wheel Engaged.

https://dharmawheel.org/viewtopic.php?f ... efcd20b3e2

Coronavirus -Is this the silver line in the rain cloud?
https://dharmawheel.org/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=5100
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Re: Coronavirus

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I just wonder what will be the effect of BLM demonstration on coronavirus spread and deaths.
Now I start to wonder whether this coronavirus is something real.
Read the comments to this video. They all seem to worry the same.
I also wonder why nobody talks about this virus anymore.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3V4LFDtKrV0
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Re: Coronavirus

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It is very real whether you are paying attention to it or not.
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Re: Coronavirus

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We will die like insects!
It appears the Coronavirus cases is worsening in India.
Perhaps they need world support.

https://youtu.be/7xHXT0LiQlg
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Re: Coronavirus

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Last updated: June 27, 2020, 23:00 GMT

Coronavirus Cases:
10,066,178

Deaths:
500,539

Recovered:
5,451,480



ACTIVE CASES

4,114,160
Currently Infected Patients

4,056,453 (99%)
in Mild Condition

57,707 (1%)
Serious or Critical



CLOSED CASES

5,952,018
Cases which had an outcome:

5,451,479 (92%)
Recovered / Discharged

500,539 (8%)
Deaths


Source: https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/
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Re: Coronavirus

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Chinese firm says coronavirus vaccine candidate shows promise in human test
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-heal ... SKBN23Z07S

Chinese company unveils positive results of COVID-19 vaccines
https://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1192853.shtml

Covid-19 vaccine candidate shows promising results in human trials, says Chinese firm
https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/ne ... 938304.ece

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Re: Coronavirus

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Namaste i want to share some medical about covid-19, i have an uncle that is a medical doctor, he had investigated and found that in other countries like Australia and France, they had used Medicine that is very effective in destroying the coronavirus, he had used that medicine to cure many people here in my city, maybe hundreds (like 30 patients each day), but he is out of the public eye and the media, he said to my father that he is famous around the city but it will not get better (the deaths), he also said that he is full of work. He had used ivermectina, azitromicina, and hidroxicloroquine (as i remember and maybe others) if you ask your medical doctor to give you to someone it should be the correct dose, because these medicines are very strong and potent (and can be toxic), they should not be used in kids. Also the medicines should be given at first when the syntoms start to appear the first day, if you dont act rapidly it would be more difficult to cure and live. I wanted to share you this.

You can search in google about this medicines and look for yourself.

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Re: Coronavirus

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mario92 wrote:
Mon Jun 29, 2020 7:16 pm
You can search in google about this medicines and look for yourself.
If you follow trustworthy sites you will find that these drugs do not cure COVID-19 and they are quite dangerous.

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Re: Coronavirus

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Hi Kim ohara, i had used ivermectina (is an antiparasite) they are 2 little pills (1 per day), i dont feel anything i used it just for prevention (of covid19), and i think ivermectina is not so much strong as the other 2.

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Re: Coronavirus

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mario92 wrote:
Tue Jun 30, 2020 7:38 pm
Hi Kim ohara, i had used ivermectina (is an antiparasite) they are 2 little pills (1 per day), i dont feel anything i used it just for prevention (of covid19), and i think ivermectina is not so much strong as the other 2.
I just sounds like a wild stab in the dark to take some unrelated medication and hope that it somehow works… Plus the possible side effects.. Of course there is a chance that a stab in the dark hits its target, but I'd rather not take that chance, given that one consumes a strong chemical.
_/|\_

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Re: Coronavirus

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It is strange to see how the number of deaths is starting to reduce in a place like Italy.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/
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Re: Coronavirus

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SarathW wrote:
Wed Jul 01, 2020 7:45 pm
It is strange to see how the number of deaths is starting to reduce in a place like Italy...
Italy took standard public health measures (social distancing, stay at home rules, etc.) that predictably reduced the rate of transmission and reduced the pressure on their health system. Other countries took the same path and had the same result. Sweden, to name one, took another result that public health experts forecast would result in significantly more deaths. As forecast, they suffered and are suffering significantly more deaths. Compare Norway,which followed the science, to Sweden, which did not. Norway had, as forecast, much lower rates and much lower number of dead.

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Re: Coronavirus

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:goodpost:

We do know what to do to reduce the spread of the disease, and if we reduce the spread then the number of cases drops because sick people either recover (as most of them do) or die.

So the big difference between countries comes down to how well the governments act to reduce the spread. Most developed nations are now doing okay - some of them after a poor start - but Sweden and the US are not trying very hard. Brazil, with a wannabe-Trump in charge, is doing as badly as the US. :thinking:

The really bad prospects are in the poorer nations. Many of them are simply too crowded to enforce social distancing and can't afford other public health measures, and their health infrastructure is so limited that the death rate for infected people is a lot higher than it would otherwise be.

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Re: Coronavirus

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SarathW wrote:
Wed Jul 01, 2020 7:45 pm
It is strange to see how the number of deaths is starting to reduce in a place like Italy.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/
this will happen with any country that takes guidelines such as wearing masks, social distance and staying at home seriously..

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Re: Coronavirus

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Here's a good summary of recent research into useful drugs.
I am a physician and a scientist at the University of Virginia. I care for patients and conduct research to find better ways to diagnose and treat infectious diseases, including COVID-19. Here I’m sharing what is known about which treatments work, and which don’t, for the new coronavirus infection.

Keep in mind that this field of medicine is rapidly evolving as our understanding of the SARS-CoV-2 virus improves. So what I am writing today may change within days or weeks.

Below are the treatments that have been tried and for which we have the best knowledge.
Hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine – no evidence they work ...

Lopinavir/ritonavir – not helpful ...

Steroids – yes for almost all COVID-19 patients ...

Remdesivir – yes, decreases hospital stay ...
:reading: https://theconversation.com/which-drugs ... -19-141513

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