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(last update 19 March 2020)
As we work together globally to defeat and ultimately kill COVID-19, stories are beginning to emerge indicating significant progress…
Doctors in India have successfully treated two Italian patients with COVID-19 by administering a combination of drugs. Several are now suggesting the same medical treatment globally, on a case-by-case basis.
Experts predict that Italy has seen a higher mortality rate of COVID-19 given its significant aging population, as well as its higher percentage of COVID-19 patients with pre-existing health conditions. This could suggest that the COVID-19 fatality rate might have been slightly more inflated than previously thought for the general population.
More than 50 scientists in Israel are now working to develop a vaccine and antibody for COVID-19, having reported significant breakthroughs in understanding the biological mechanism and characteristics of the novel coronavirus.
Seven patients who were treated for COVID-19 at Jaipur’s Sawai Man Singh (SFS) Hospital and Delhi’s Safdarjung Hospital in India have recovered. The treatment protocol will be widely scaled to other hospitals.
Sources of [Sane] Information
(last update 27 March 2020)
In all situations, you should make decisions and choices based upon factual information.
First you THINK, then question, then learn and make your own choices about what’s best for you, your family, and your team members.
In a world of media hype, continual crises, and biased agendas, here are the ‘cleanest’ sources of health and COVID-19 information we’re aware of…
Far from comprehensive, this is a list of items that can help you integrate the AIMS activities for Viral Accountability® relative to COVID-19. This list may be updated periodically.
If you have suggestions on supplies/items you find particularly useful and effective, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll check it out and add them to the list if we believe they can help.
Of course, you should be able to find these at most stores (providing people in your area haven’t hoarded them).
These are great for killing germs on surfaces. Especially useful in public places.
At PPI, our purpose is to help make our world a better and safer place. If you can think of anything else we can do to provide information and insight, please let us know how we can help.