We got this in our normal movement around the county where we live in Northwest Montana, and it's going around a lot up here right now.
Fortunately we have a patriot friend in the local Ham radio community that told us about another ham/nurse that runs a local outreach team that are actively using a nebulizer and supplement protocol to keep people out of the hospital. It's working well. We are gradually making slow progress keeping our oxygen levels up and heartrate down with 3 times a day on their nebulizer protocol and lots of D3, C, zink, aspirin, and a couple of medications I can't pronounce including an antibiotic to clear up the pneumonia I got with it. Ivermectin wouldn't even touch this second strain. I tried that for a few days with zero results.
I am using a stationary oxygen concentrator (borrowed) but without a little Oxygen supplementation my levels drop off into the 80s, so we are faced with buying some equipment for the home and a portable.
I have them covered on a card for about $3800.00 and are waiting for the equipment. I got a ride to the clinic yesterday and they checked my levels and wrote a prescription for the machines. Let me tell you that it's a fight to buy one. They knit pick everything about it. You can imagine the pressure these medical companies are under right now from government to stop the people that are really helping others and keeping them out of the hospital.
We know of several locals who spent up to a month in the hospital with serious lung damage as a result.
Thank God we are not there. If we can just maintain until our bodies build up the necessary antibodies to fight this on our own, we should make a complete recovery.
If you would like to help us pay for these machines just look on the right for the PayPal button and put medical devices in the note when you donate.
The prognosis from the clinic is good but it could be a few weeks of this protocol yet, and we don't know down the road what lung damage if any would be permanent.
So, I have caught up with Anna's publishing and she has slowed down her writing to help us out. I have a hard time believing that we have published her work for seven years now. I am glad to be a part of it.
I can still fill some flag orders, maybe a couple a day so expect a day or three delay if you order flags.
If Anna writes a couple of articles a day I should be able to keep up with that also. I can sit here with the oxygen hose on my nose and do pretty well. I just hope this doesn't go on for an unreasonable time.
Thank you for all your generosity and patience over the last seven years. If I am a little late thanking you for your donations just accept this as thanks for now.
God bless you all.