Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, a board-certified family practitioner who has become known for claiming to have developed a drug regimen for treating coronavirus, encourages everyone to sign a petition and thus make pre-hospital the standard of care.
Dr. Zelenko claims that early coronavirus treatment at home helps avoid hospitalization and death of COVID-19 patients.
“There is overwhelming scientific data for early intervention in Covid-19 which reduces hospitalization and death by more than 84%. We need to NIH, CDC, FDA, or by executive order to make pre-hospital the standard of care,” says the statement of the petition.
This petition needs to gain 100,000 signatures in total by December 18, 2020, to get a response from the White House.
You can sign the petition here.
We the People is a platform that empowers the America Public to speak directly to the government and become an agent for change.
If the petition gathers 100,000 signatures in 30 days, We the People will review the petition and make sure it gets the appropriate policy experts and an official response.
Since the beginning of March, Dr. Vladimir Zelenko has been treating people with symptoms of coronavirus, and he developed an experimental treatment. The treatment was simple, and it included the following drugs: hydroxychloroquine (an anti-malaria drug), azithromycin, and zinc sulfate.
According to Vladimir Zelenko’s information, he managed to cure at least 700 people using his COVID-19 treatment plan.
The Zelenko Protocol has shown an 84% reduction in hospitalizations in COVID-19 cases and a 0.71% death rate in high-risk patients (expected death rate was >5%). HCQ and Zinc may have a prophylactic and/or treatment role in the influenza virus.
Earlier, Dr. Zelenko appealed to everyone who cares about the COVID-19 situation and asked to sign a petition to help his treatment protocol get an EUA. Getting an Emergency Use Authorization for the developed COVID-19 treatment protocol is essential to make it accessible to many people suffering from the disease.
Also, last month Dr. Vladimir Zelenko and team announced that a retrospective study analyzing his patient data was accepted for publication after a rigorous peer review process and was accepted for publication in the International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents (2020).
The study finds that early intervention and treatment of high-risk patients with COVID-19 resulted in significantly fewer hospitalizations and deaths.