What Hospitals Are Stockpiling To Save American Lives: This Is A Major Development

(Liberty Bell) – This week, we got the first glimmer of hope that our nation may see ourselves through this crisis smoothly with as few deaths as possible from the deadly coronavirus.

On Friday night, Dr. Mehmet Oz was only the latest medical professional to share hopeful news of a successful drug combination that has so far seen a 100% success rate in combating the novel virus.

Dr. Oz said, “There was actually pretty big news today. There was a paper that came out yesterday that was being discussed but didn’t get the attention that I thought it would that a paper from France that the use of an old drug, the malaria drug together with the Z-Pac seemed to dramatically impact on this virus. And that could be the biggest game changer of all that can alter if we can ever become Italy… But I’ll give you the biggest fact of all. In this study they shortened the amount of time the patients excreted the virus down to six days. The norm is approaching 20 days. That completely changes the behavior of the virus. Which means it may be actually more like a flu virus in its impact on us. It’s still dangerous but now as contagious… If drug that has already been on the market for 65 years could be effective in treating a new virus, yes there are potential side effects, there are eye problems that potentially arise, we know that we use these drugs commonly. But I think it’s worth the chance. And we should be doing the study starting today! And we’ll know in six days. In the meantime the task force is going to liberalize use of these medications.

Now, it is being reported that several hospitals in the US are already stockpiling the Hydroxychloroquine following the news this week on its success rate in treating the virus.

On Saturday morning, Trump tweeted about the drug, chloroquine.

Bloomberg.com reported:

Hospitals have been rushing to stockpile a decades-old antimalarial drug touted by President Donald Trump and others as a treatment for the new coronavirus.

Hydroxychloroquine is being snapped up by medical systems at more than twice the typical pace as U.S. hospitals seek to build large inventories in anticipation of the medication’s potential use in patients with Covid-19, the respiratory illness caused by the coronavirus.

From March 1 through March 17, U.S. hospitals bought an average of 16,110 units of hydroxychloroquine, compared with an average 8,800 units a month from January 2019 through February 2020, according to Premier Inc., which helps 4,000 member hospitals buy and manage their supplies.

The Gateway Pundit notes that National Boycotts is urging the Trump administration to post the latest breakthroughs of the successful treatment.

The national and world economies are shutting down. A state-induced Great Depression threatens to place many 20–60 year-olds on the streets in the next week. That state is funded by your tax dollars–the same dollars you store value within when you interact with them as both a worker and a consumer.

TGP, however, has some very pressing questions.

– What hospitals have received shipments of the H&A drug combo?

– Are the H&A drugs in transit now?

– How much H&A drugs per each hospital are being delivered?

– We know what factories are producing the H&A drug combo. But do they need to hire extra workers to ramp up supply? If yes, where are the job listings?

– How many patients are being treated with H&A now?

– How many are being cured?

– What are the patient’s daily viral loads?

– Where are the databases for this information? If none exist, will they create one immediately? (A simple online spreadsheet will suffice.)

Some very important questions. Let’s keep demanding answers so we can see through to the end of this crisis.

4 COMMENTS

  1. This President has once again shown that mass distribution of supplies wasn’t the cure. This was the democrats cure to the problem. Finding a cure was the real answer to the problem.

    • Right! A virus can cause a secondary infection that can be controlled with antibiotics. However, the malaria drug chloroquine can be a game changer. Research has shown that zinc is highly toxic to the malaria parasite and viruses alike. Viruses must enter the cell membrane to infect and cause illness. Zinc kills viruses that attempt to invade cell membranes, and chloroquine pushes zinc into cells such that viruses are destroyed upon entering. The electron microscope verifies this. For those not already infected, it would be wise to take a zinc supplement as a good prevention measure. In areas of the world where malaria is treated with chloroquine, virus infections and illnesses diminish.

  2. Other than the mortality being almost entirely on those 60 or older and even though the statistically, the death rate with those who have been confirmed , as carriers. is insignificant

    If their are PC reasons for the media and Democrats, including some of the RINOS and Independents, from stopping their attacks on the President giving support to small businesses, like when the OBAMA Administration gave US$Billion, to Iran and US$TRILLION to the banks to stimulate the economy ?

    Not to mention the US$1,5 Billion investment and the money laundering, of the Biden;s during the Obama years.

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