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COVID-19 Information
Prevention & Home Treatment

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Daily videos reviewing data – very good analysis


Coronavirus: Shocking video shows how far your coughs can travel through the air

Scientists from Bauhaus University in Weimar have revealed exactly what happens when we cough, and why it’s wise to stay home even if you don’t think you have the virus

New coronavirus symptoms could include loss of taste and smell, say experts
Can coronavirus be spread through sweat, tears, urine?
Coronavirus: Hong Kong confirms a second dog is infected

The German Shepherd owned by a Covid-19 patient is in quarantine, along with another dog from the same home. It is ‘very likely’ the two positive canine cases are examples of human-to-animal transmission, says virologist.

Diarrhea a key symptom in 1 of 4 COVID-19 patients, study finds

In general, as the disease progressed in severity, digestive symptoms became more pronounced. The authors found that those without digestive symptoms were nearly twice as likely to be cured and discharged than patients with digestive symptoms — 60 percent versus 34.3 percent.

Yes, Young People Are Falling Seriously Ill From Covid-19
Study from The American Journal of Gastroenterology Reveals Diarrhea is a Prominent Symptom of COVID-19

Experience with COVID-19 in Wuhan, China shows up to half of patients present with a digestive symptom as chief complaint

Covid-19 causes death after a median of 8 days, study shows

For the victims of coronavirus the median time from the first symptoms to hospitalization is 4 days, and the median time to death is 8 days, according to a report by the Italian National Institute of Health.

Dr. Peter Hotez: New data shows why young people must take COVID-19 spread seriously

We’re still early in this epidemic — up to around 10,000 cases in the United States but, so far, unfortunately, that’s a pattern that we’re seeing: lots of young adults.

Coronavirus patients may be contagious for weeks longer than first thought, study says
Study awaiting peer review from scientists at Princeton, UCLA and the NIH indicated that the COVID-19 virus could remain viable in the air up to 3 hours post aerosolization while remaining alive on plastic and other surfaces for up to 3 days.

The test suggest that humans could be infected by the disease simply carried through the air or on a solid surface, even if direct contact with an infected person does not occur. That finding, if accepted, would come in stark contrast to previous media reports that suggested the virus was not easily transmittable outside of direct human contact.

Aerosolized coronavirus can hang in the air for at least 30 minutes and travel up to 14 feet -approximately twice the safe distance recommended by health officials, according to SCMP.
A psychologist's science-based tips for emotional resilience during the coronavirus crisis
Chinese researchers have confirmed a case of asymptomatic transmission of the new coronavirus

A 20-year-old woman from Wuhan passed it to five of her family members but never got physically sick herself.

Coronavirus expert: 'War is an appropriate analogy'

Dr Richard Hatchett explains the long-term dangers of the Covid-19 coronavirus – saying it’s the scariest outbreak he’s dealt with in his 20-year career.


Vit C by mouth to prevent Covid-19 infection Dr. Richard Z Cheng, MD
Vitamin C As An Antiviral: It's All About Dose

“If 60 grams of sodium ascorbate does not reverse the symptoms given over 3 to 4 hours, then 120 grams in 1000 cc or 180 grams in 1500 cc may be administered. When enough ascorbate is given rapidly enough, it will eliminate the symptoms because the symptoms are mediated by free radicals. If enough electrons are made available through massive doses of ascorbate it will eliminate the symptoms including all the inflammation. It is matter of chemistry, not medicine.” Robert F. Cathcart III, M.D.

Nutritional Treatment of Coronavirus
Vitamin C Protects Against Coronavirus
Lomatium Root: Possibly the Best Anti-Viral

Back in 1920, a young physician named Ernst Krebs published an account of his experience with Lomatium in the Bulletin of the Nevada State Board of Health. Krebs had been assigned by the Indian Bureau to the Washoe reservation, and he was there when the Spanish flu hit. (The so-called Spanish flu was an avian strain that killed more than 500,000 Americans, and between 20 and 100 million worldwide):

“…Whether a coincidence or not, there was not a single death in the Washoe tribe from influenza or its complications, although Indians living in other parts of the State where the root did not grow died in numbers. A preparation was prepared and employed in a great many cases among the whites, from the mildest to the most virulent types of influenza, and it proved, among other things, that it is the nearest approach we have today to a specific in epidemic influenza and the accompanying pneumonia. Other physicians were induced to give it a trial, with the same results. It is beyond the experimental stage, as its therapeutic action in this direction is established and beyond any doubt. The cases in which it has been used run into the hundreds. There is probably no therapeutic agent so valuable in the treatment of influenzal pneumonia.”

Iodine is by far the best antibiotic, antiviral and antiseptic of all time - Dr. David Derry

Iodine, the Universal Pathogen Killer. Though iodine kills most pathogens on the skin within 90 seconds, its use as an antibiotic/antiviral/antifungal has been completely ignored by modern medicine.

Vitamin D Lecture, what, why, how & how much
February 2017 report concluded that taking Vitamin D supplements can help protect against colds, the flu, bronchitis and pneumonia.
Critical Thinking - Coronavirus, peptides, BDECK, C60 - CHAGA mushroom 4 COVID19

Health discussion in the developing age of coronavirus. Ways to be anti-fragile including system support by BDECK & C60 & peptides & medicinal mushrooms.

Chaga: A potent immune enhancing fungus

The compound ergosterol in chaga, along with related agents, shows anti-inflammatory activity. This may account for why chaga is thought of as a life-extending agent in China, as inflammation is part of every chronic, degenerative disease. This may be an excellent time to try chaga, whose nickname “Mushroom of Immortality” appears to be far more than just a clever slogan.


How to Clean Your Home for Coronavirus

It takes only a few minutes, but cleaning high-traffic surfaces once a day can make a difference in preventing the spread of infection.

Three protocol posters for hygeine during COVID-19 restrictions. Originally released by GEOS Bolivia Search and Rescue.
Making Face Masks

Amy Alton ARNP thinks outside the box to construct what might be an option if a long-term event expends your current supplies of face masks and face shields. In this video, she also gives her thoughts on the importance of improvisation; if an epidemic lasts long enough, you’ll have to make your own supplies.

Why sanitizer works, but hand washing works better
Bleach Water Ratio For Disinfecting | Make Your Own Disinfectant
Safety Tips From Wuhan, China Survivor

COVID-19 Prevention Measures

Haitang is a filmaker in Wuhan, China. He’s documented his wife’s fight against the coronavirus. LiTing is a an ER Nurse in Wuhan and like all the other health care workers, she caught the virus. She’s still in hospital about to be released for quarantine, but amazingly, Haitang remained virus free at Ground Zero. In this video Haitang shares his tips for decontamination. He has earlier videos when his wife was still at home and he was caring for her. If you’re caring for someone who has the coronavirus, please take the time to watch his videos and observe the safety measures he uses. He was lucky that people donated PPE.

View all of Haitang’s videos:
[Wuhan] An Infected Emergency Room Nurse

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FEMA Region X HF Interoperability Testing (60m)

FEMA Region X Monthly Interoperability NET, which comprises Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, conducts a monthly interoperability communications exercise on the 60-meter band. This exercise often includes a voice portion and a digital portion.

FEMA Region X uses the call sign of WGY910. The COMMEX occurs on the third Wednesday of the month from 1730 to 1900Z. Primary check-in is usually on 60-meter channel 1.

FEMA Region X Monthly Interoperability NET

3rd Wednesday 1730Z - 1900Z
Channel 1: 5330.5 kHz
Channel 2: 5346.5 kHz
Channel 3: 5357.0 kHz
Channel 4: 5371.5 kHz
Channel 5: 5403.5 kHz
1730Z Open net, delay check-ins
60M - CH1
1735Z NCS sends 1st dig msg
60M - BPSK31 - CH 2
1740Z NCS repeats 1st dig msg using alt mode
60M - MT63-2KL CH2
1745Z NCS calls for check-ins and reports
60M - CH1
1815Z NCS TX 2nd digital msg
60M - BPSK31 - CH 2
1825Z NCS reTX 2nd dig msg using alt mode
60M - MT63-2KL - CH 2
1827Z NCS calls for reports
60M - CH 1
1850Z NCS closes the net
60M - CH 1

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Shortwave Radiogram transmits digital text and images on an analog shortwave broadcast transmitter. The program is produced and presented by Dr. Kim Andrew Elliott KD9XB. Shortwave Radiogram continues VOA Radiogram's tradition testing new modes and is an interesting source for Digital Ops wishing to practice more with FLDIGI & FLAMP.

Shortwave Radiogram Transmission Schedule (AM)

Fri 2030-2100 UTC
7780 kHz
9455 kHz
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Sat 1600-1630 UTC
9400 kHz
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Sun 2330-2400 UTC
7780 kHz
WRMI Florida
Mon 0800-0830 UTC
7730 kHz
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