AUDIO: Important Coronavirus update from Lakewood’s Dr. Howard (Chaim) Lebowitz

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  1. Socail distancing is indeed very important and helping alot, but another thing that is also very important is that anyone with Coronavirus symptoms MUST CHECK THEIR OXYGEN LEVELS constantly even if they are breathing fine because low oxygen is very often not something you could see!!! This can easily be done with a pulse oximeter from Bikur Cholim or Hatzloh. YOU CAN SAVE SOMEONES LIFE!! Coronavirus patients MUST be checked by a doctor or Hatzloh for oxygen levels and possible pneumonia, at the very least use a pulse ox at home! DON’T WAIT!

    • agreed! people are dropping like flies r”l, why are the doctors who are guiding the tzibur, not getting people on hydroxychloroquine at an early stage ?? the risks are so minimal when compared to the likely gains reported from countless sources.
      this is the million dollar question on a lot of people’s minds right now, and I feel the tzibbur is entitled to an answer from the doctors guiding us.

  2. Anyone sick or knows someone sick should advocate that they receive Hydroxychloriquine WITH Zinc. By now there is an abundance of anecdotal evidence from many doctors and patients across the country that it is effective, especially if taken earlier on. The risks are very small and can be monitored. There is a slightly higher risk when taken with Azithromycin. But nevertheless the risks of not receiving Hydroxychloriquine are potentially much worse. It seems that zinc must be taken with it to be effective. The reason being is that Hydroxychloriquine acts as a zinc ionophore. In other words it allows zinc to enter the cell and inhibit the virus from replicating.
    For those unable to get Hydroxychloriquine, consider taking Quercetin with zinc which is a safer alternative yet not as well studied for coronavirus. It is also believed to be a zinc ionophore and is currently available as a supplement in vitamin stores(if not sold out already).

  3. M, I totally agree! Thank you for sharing! Soon it will become very clear that this is what needs to be done. It works best when taken before the situation is critical which is why the situation, o2 levels must be monitored. Keep in mind that if taken with Azythromycin, zinc should be taken around 10 hours apart so as not to weaken the affect of the antibiotics. I personally know of 3 cases helped with Hydroxychloroquine.

  4. Thanx, Dr. Leibowitz for this timely message.
    Also, we salute you for the endless work youvhave done for the Tzibbur in the last few weeks. Mamesh mosier Nefesh for Klal.
    Thank you, Thank you.
    Besuros Tovos !!

  5. If one has access to a nebulizer , please keep it handy . We have seen 2 of my friends who were struggling to breathe use a nebulizer with lugols iodine . One recovered after the first dose she took , and the other friend took a second dose with the nebulizer . They both had very low oxygen and could not take in a breath. These nebulizers can save so many people. There are many concoctions people are putting in, like colloidal silver , NAC with saline , food grade hydrogen peroxide and an iodine solution in accordance to dr Bronstein’s protocol. Just saline can be helpful too, but the lugols iodine brought these 2 people back to life! Let people know , it’s such a simple way to breath again! Don’t let another yid die because they didn’t know what to do, and end up in a hospital that kills off the peope( which we are finding out , is most of them, sadly)

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