Doctor treated 350 Cov-19 patients with 100% success using the drug the media hates

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Dr. Vladimir Zelenko thanked the President for securing approval for the use of hydroxychloroquine with Azithromycin. The doctor is a general practitioner in a Hasidic community, which is hit hard by Coronavirus — about 60 percent have the illness. He has had a 100 percent success rate with the drugs, using it on 350 patients.

Since the President mentioned it during pressers, the media has used it to harm the President and try to drive a wedge between the President and CDC’s Dr. Anthony Fauci. They claimed Dr. Fauci didn’t agree with him about the drug.

Dr. Fauci has said several times that they don’t have scientific proof but the President’s correct in saying that there is a lot of promising anecdotal evidence. Dr. Fauci told the media to stop trying to drive a wedge between him and the President (see video at the end).

Dr. Zelenko said he believes people should be first treated at home with these drugs. He has treated 350 patients with them successfully.

He told Sean Hannity on his radio show this afternoon that he used 200mg 2x daily Hydroxy Chloroquine, 500mg 1x daily Azithromycin, and 220mg 1x daily Zinc sulfate on 350 patients. Their breathing was fully restored in 3 to 4 hours, no one has died or was even hospitalized. There were zero intubations.

He also posted an open letter of the results:
He spoke from his car and published it to Twitter to get the word out:
Other doctors have reacted positively. It is the preferred treatment globally.
Dr. Fauci Told the Media to Stop Trying to Pit Him and the President Against Each Other

Update: His Hassidic community asked him to stop posting videos as they say his claims of the spread in their community are not accurate and it’s hurting their ability to work. They were also concerned that the claim has not been proven.


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