Source: Covid Medical Network

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Presented by Ben Bornstein (Consultant and convenor of Covid Medical Network, Australia)

Early Covid treatment advocates Craig Kelly MP (Federal Member For Hughes, Australia) and Dr Vladimir Zelenko discuss the background behind the development of the ‘Zelenko Protocol’ – a combination of hydroxychloroquine, azithromycin and zinc – for the early treatment of Covid-19.

This is a practical method that empowers every individual and reduces fear; a Covid-19 treatment plan that is within their own reach and grasp.








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