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Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, M.D. is a practicing front line family practitioner in New York who has been working in the epicentre of the Covid-19 pandemic in the early part of 2020 to present. His hands on medical experience has proven the Zelenko Protocol works after his many cases during this time to be positive regarding the use of the medication Hydroychloroquine plus Azithromyicin for Covid-19 patients in combination with  Zinc.

Go to TheZelenkoProtocol.com where you will find the new retrospective study using Zelenko’s patient data.

In a recent tweet, @zev_dr reported the combination is less expensive and as effective in certain cases without a hospital stay.Remdesivir: Over $3,000 & at best shortens hospital stays from 15 days to 10 days. #ZelenkoProtocol: $20 & keeps you out of the hospital altogether.

My data shows a 99.3% survival rate after prescribing these 3 drugs in the pre-hospital setting: Here are his findings. https://www.preprints.org/manuscript/202007.0025/v1

Related: Zelenko study: COVID-19 Outpatients – Early Risk-Stratified Treatment with Zinc Plus Low Dose Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin; A Retrospective Case Series Study

Dr. Vladimir Zelenko: Hydroxychloroquine, Zinc Sulfate and Azithromycin are showing excellent results with 900 coronavirus patients treated.

The HIGHWIRE: ZELENKO -HCQ DENIERS ARE “GUILTY OF MASS MURDER”

Dr. Zelenko comments on the study of Veterans Administration: Hydroxychloroquine – (They say no benefit)

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