This post concerns COVID-19 aka the CCP virusÂ Â and, in particular,Â what’s happening inÂ Santa Cruz County, California.Â Â ForÂ general information on COVID-19Â Â for Santa Cruz County CA, read theÂ Good TimesÂ clickÂ HERE.Â ForÂ world wide information fromÂ The Epoch Times on COVID-19Â aka CCP Virus,Â click HERE.
Recently,Â onÂ Santa Cruz California radio stationÂ KSCO (1080 AM)Â Â PsychologistÂ Cameron Jackson, Ph.D.,Â askedÂ Â Health official Gail Newel,Â MD what medical treatment the CountyÂ recommendsÂ for people who testÂ positive for theÂ COVID-19 virus.Â Dr. NewelÂ is theÂ Health OfficerÂ for the county of Santa Cruz, California.Â TheÂ question and answerÂ interview with Dr. NewelÂ is available in the archives ofÂ KSCO (1080 AM).
Gail Newel,Â MD,Â replied that people should rest and take lots of liquids.Â In responseÂ Dr. Jackson said.Â “What you are recommending is what people typically do for the flu.Â Â As you well know,Â the CCP virus kills people by the thousands.Â Â AndÂ Â there are treatment protocols that do work.”
Gail Newel, MDÂ said there were some medicines areÂ Â “in the works”Â butÂ she could not name any specific ones.
In response, psychologistÂ Dr. Jackson said:Â “There areÂ Â treatment protocols — such as hydroxychloroquineÂ coupled with zinc and an antibiotic –Â which are available with a prescription.Â Zinc can be bought over the counter and the other two require a prescription.”Â Â Dr. Newel repliedÂ that research did not support those medications.Â Dr. Jackson disagreed. “Will you readÂ the research if I send it to you?’ asked Dr. Jackson.
Dr. Gail NewelÂ is the top health official for Santa Cruz County in California.Â In that position, Dr. NewelÂ Â makes decisions which affect Santa Cruz county residents in many ways e.g.,Â which businesses can open, whetherÂ and at what times people can go to the local beaches s and whenÂ and whereÂ face masks must be worn.
So what should YOU do if you get a POSITIVE diagnosis of COVID-19 aka theÂ CCP Virus?
For openers, don’t rely on what the Health Officer forÂ Santa Cruz County has to say.Â Dr.. Gail Newel,Â Â Health Officer for Santa Cruz County CA,Â has not read the current research which says that persons newly diagnosed (not hospitalized, not on oxygen) can be helpedÂ considerably by a combination of hydroxychloroquineÂ with zinc and an antibiotic.
What to do?Â Get the required prescriptions and do the treatment with the say so of your physician.Â Â Some persons, for example those who take Bystolic (blood pressure medication. ) cannot take hydroxychloroquine.Â There’s another medicine typically given for parasites that can be used.
How to stay up to date on COVID-19 aka CCP virus? One excellent source of information isÂ TheEpochTimesÂ Â which has world wide coverage.Â California currently leads the worldÂ with 62,701Â COVID-19Â deaths and 3770,150 cases.
written by Cameron JacksonÂ PSY14762Â Licensed Psychologist
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