If you test positive and have symptoms, or if you are suppressed and interested in prophylactic treatment, please talk to your healthcare provider. Recent studies have shown no definite positive results from either Hydroxychloroquine nor Ivermectin. However, there is an NIH study about Fluvoxamine that looks very promising.
Texas will send a team to your house for monoclonal antibody treatment.
See this article for how to request.
Although these recommendations are not CDC listed, literature and empirical evidence
show they may be helpful both as a preventative health measure and as good
supplements* to take if diagnosed positive.
10,000-20,000 IU Vitamin D3/K2 (link to Fullscript ordering here)
6-8 grams Vitamin C
General Vitamin B Complex or methylated B12)
90-120 mg Zinc (picolinate), spaced throughout the day.
Our general extreme Immune and Health Protocol can be found here.*
Liquid Liposomal Vitamin C 1000mg Supplement - AMAZON
Here is what the CDC recommends for managing symptoms. Here is what we also recommend:
Let your primary care doc know you tested positive. That puts you on their radar in case you require additional support. Remember to ask about Ivermectin.
Quarantine for 14 days and retest after that. The combination of PCR and Antibody testing will provide a good picture of whether you remain infectious.
Treat this as any virus: Chicken Soup, plenty of liquids, tea, rest, supplements and Netflix.
*This is not a treatment for Covid-19