Corona News From Brazil

The two videos below report on different aspects of the Corona crisis in Brazil. Many thanks to José Atento for the translations, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling.

The first video shows an empty Intensive Care Unit in a Brazilian hospital. The narrative about the Wuhan Coronavirus requires that ICUs be “overflowing”, that hospitals be “overwhelmed”, and that medical staff must be “stretched to the limit.” The reality, however, is often somewhat different:

The second video contains advice from Dr. Raissa Soares, who advocates early treatment and the use of various medications to mitigate the worst symptoms of COVID-19:

Video transcript #1:

00:00   Hello, guys, good evening, we are here
00:03   at the regional hospital’s ICU,
00:06   and the health secretary of the state said
00:10   it is full, but as you can see, the ICU is empty.
00:15   Empty! Now you see who’s telling the truth.
00:21   The ICU is empty, ready to save lives.
00:27   He is the city councilor, and all the team willing to work.
00:33   The city councilors fighting along with the [medical] team
00:38   [names of several city councilors and a city health official]
00:43   As you can see, folks, the ICU is empty.
00:47   So, who’s speaking the truth? Is the health secretary of state? Everything is empty.
00:53   This is to save lives, folks, OK?

Video transcript #2:

00:00   Hi, good morning. We are here in the third week of April, 2021.
00:05   I need to alert Brazil about what we are living through at this time.
00:10   We have a viral circulation of different strains with different behaviors.
00:16   The current strain, called P1, is more silent with mild symptoms, sore throat.
00:23   It is a scratchy throat, that is more common, runny nose and headache,
00:29   and people only seek medical attention when they have a positive test in their hand.
00:34   Don’t waste money on the test.
00:37   The swab test is a swab that enters the nose and the throat collecting material,
00:43   isolating the virus. The best period for doing the test is between the third and the seventh days.
00:48   Before three days is not common.
00:51   After seven [days] our body has already removed the virus from that region,
00:54   and after seven days, ideally ten, for some 15 days
00:59   we are going to produce antibodies.
01:02   The blood test, which is fast, or the collection of blood material,
01:06   measures antibodies, and we need the time to produce them.
01:10   So, you’re not going to have a quick test now if you have had symptoms for two days, three days,
01:15   and with COVID-19 it is known worldwide
01:21   that we have a chance to defeat COVID if we treat it immediately at the onset of symptoms,
01:27   because when symptoms start the incubation period is over;
01:31   the virus is already in the body in a quantity that had been growing until the symptoms appeared.
01:37   Then the faster you start the treatment, the greater the chance to defeat the disease.
01:42   If I reduce that viral load fast
01:47   I’m going to have little inflammation in the next stage. If I let the virus walk free
01:52   I will generate much inflammation in the next phase. We are currently
01:56   seeing people with mild symptoms, runny nose, headache,
01:59   continuously, until suffering from sudden shortage of breath.
02:04   What happened? The lungs got sick by 40, 50 percent.
02:10   So, always in COVID 19 I have to attack in that first window.
02:15   Is the exam important? —Yes, but it is not critical to start treatment.
02:19   Treat it first, while you search for confirmation of the disease.
02:22   The logic is, I’m going to treat it first.
02:25   I start with medication. Look for your doctor, look for the COVID center,
02:30   use tele-medicine, in your city; they are physicians who study the COVID-19 protocol
02:34   Fast medication and medical assistance. Don’t use medication and not return,
02:40   because it is important to test whether inflammation has started. Then we delay the disease
02:45   in its initial phase, the viral phase, we delay the inflammation phase, which in this P1 strain
02:51   the disease is slower, it takes longer
02:56   for the person to fully recover from the disease.
03:01   If you’ve been vaccinated, but it looks like you have the flu,
03:04   coughing, diarrhea, you may have COVID.
03:07   The vaccine is an important weapon, we are vaccinating the entire country,
03:11   but it does not 100% guarantee you will not get the disease.
03:15   Remember: this disease is immunological; it has several faces.
03:20   If you have been vaccinated and respiratory symptoms have started,
03:25   running nose, sore throat, cough, diarrhea, intense pain in the body,
03:29   it may be COVID, and requires fast treatment with medical supervision
03:34   Share this information. People need to look for treatment,
03:39   always early. We already know this is the secret to defeating this pandemic.
03:45   God bless you all!

4 thoughts on “Corona News From Brazil

    • Wholeheartedly AGREE with you there.
      What a Petri-dish………

  1. What is the treatment, though?? To the best of my knowledge, GPs here in Australia do not offer any treatments for Covid-19 …
    So where do we lay hands on the treament?

    • Anne-Kit I hope this helps you and others. ZELENKO PROTOCOLS I believe this doc. has been removed. He is not alone, just prominant.
      I made copies of this in April 2020, never suspecting they would prevent these simple treatments from being known. It is essential to treat within the 1st 1-5 days of symptoms, better 1st 1-3 days.
      One requires a vehicle to get the zinc entry to the cells. The zinc is vital in stopping infection from getting out of control. It stops it from replicating. A number of products do this.
      Hydroxychloroquine (now a ‘dirty’ word)- HCQ in small doses, Green Tea Egpe- tree, Quercetin. (a natural supplement), and possibly Nigella Sativa oil (black cumin oil), I am sure there are other vehicles too.

      PROTOCOL TREATMENT also included an antibiotic.
      Hydroxychloroquine 200mg twice a day for 5 days Azithromycin 500mg once a day for 5 days – belt and braces if temperature rises which can lead to pulmonary infection. Zinc sulphate 220mg once a day for 5 days
      Elemental Zinc 25 mg 1 x day Solgar’s Zinc Picolinate tablets supply 22mg of elemental zinc which has been molecularly complexed with picolinic acid. Vit C 1000mg Quercetin 500mg 1 x day or if no Quercetin then use Epigallocatechin-gallate 400mg per day. Do this for 5 days if you suspect you are at risk. I used zinc, Vit C and Quercetin.
      Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), also known as epigallocatechin-3-gallate, is the ester of epigallocatechin and gallic acid, and is a type of catechin. EGCG – the most abundant catechin in tea – is a polyphenol under basic research for its potential to affect human health and disease. Green Tea Egpetree extract. A good immune system needs the absorption of vitamins and minerals into all major organs. Please check that the body is actually absorbing properly. Check levels of Vits A all B’s C D E, Zinc, Magnesium, Iron etc… non absorption will lead to poor health. Blood tests will show up deficiencies, how you go on to treat them is up to you.

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