Hospital-based Intravenous Vitamin C Treatment for Coronavirus and Related Illnesses

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Hospital-based Intravenous Vitamin C Treatment
for Coronavirus and Related Illnesses

by Andrew W. Saul and Atsuo Yanagisawa, MD, PhD

(OMNS February 2, 2020) No matter which hospital a coronavirus patient may seek help from, the question is, Will they be able to leave walking out the front door, or end up being wheeled out the basement backdoor? Prompt administration of intravenous vitamin C, in high doses, can make the difference.

Abundant clinical evidence confirms vitamin C’s effectiveness when used in sufficient quantity. [1]

Physicians have demonstrated the powerful antiviral action of vitamin C for decades. [2]

Specific instructions for intravenous vitamin C

The Japanese College of Intravenous Therapy (JCIT) recommends intravenous vitamin C (IVC) 12.5/25g (12,500 – 25,000 mg) for acute viral infections (influenza, herpes zoster, common cold, rubella, mumps, etc.) and virus mimetic infections (idiopathic sudden hearing loss, Bell’s palsy). In adults, IVC 12.5g is given for early stage illness with mild symptoms, and IVC 25g for moderate to severe symptoms. IVC is usually administered once or twice a day for 2-5 continuous days, along with or without general treatments for viral infections. 

IVC 12.5g cocktail
Sterile water 125 mL
50% Vitamin C 25 mL (12. 5g)
0.5M Magnesium sulfate 10 mL
Add Vitamin B complex
Drip for 30-40 min
IVC 25g cocktail
Sterile water 250 mL
50% Vitamin C 50 mL (25g)
0.5M Magnesium sulfate 20 mL
Add Vitamin B complex
Drip for 40-60 min

Patients with acute viral infections show a depletion of vitamin C and increasing free radicals and cellular dysfunction. Such patients should be treated with vitamin C, oral or IV, for neutralizing free radicals throughout the body and inside cells, maintaining physiological functions, and enhancing natural healing. If patients progress to sepsis, vitamin C should be added intravenously as soon as possible along with conventional therapy for sepsis.

Toronto Star, 30 May 2003: “Fred Hui, MD believes that administering vitamin C intravenously is a treatment worth trying. And he’d like to see people admitted to hospital for the pneumonia-like virus treated with the vitamin intravenously while also receiving the usual drugs for SARS. ‘I appeal to hospitals to try this for people who already have SARS,’ says Hui. Members of the public would also do well to build up their levels of vitamin C, he says, adding that there is nothing to lose in trying it. ‘This is one of the most harmless substances there is,’ Hui states. ‘There used to be concern about kidney stones, but that was theoretical. It was never borne out in an actual case.’ Hui says he has found intravenous vitamin C effective in his medical practice with patients who have viral illnesses.” [3]

Additional administration details are readily obtained from a free download of the complete Riordan Clinic Intravenous Vitamin C Protocol. [4] Although initially prepared for cancer patients, the protocol has found widespread application for many other diseases, particularly viral illnesses. 

“Research and experience has shown that a therapeutic goal of reaching a peak-plasma concentration of ~20 mM (350- 400 mg/dL) is most efficacious. (No increased toxicity for posoxidant IVC plasma vitamin C levels up to 780 mg/dL has been observed.) . . . [T]he administering physician begins with a series of three consecutive IVC infusions at the 15, 25, and 50 gram dosages followed by post IVC plasma vitamin C levels in order to determine the oxidative burden for that patient so that subsequent IVCs can be optimally dosed.”

Pages 16-18 of the Riordan protocol present IVC administration instructions.  

http://www.doctoryourself.com/RiordanIVC.pdf or https://riordanclinic.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/RiordanIVCprotocol_en.pdf 

There are four pages of supporting references. 

“Given the rapid rate of success of intravenous vitamin C in viral diseases, I strongly believe it would be my first recommendation in the management of corona virus infections.” 

(Victor A. Marcial-Vega, MD) 
Puerto Rico 

“It is of great importance for all doctors to be informed about intravenous vitamin C. When a patient is already in hospital severely ill, this would be the best solution to help save her or his life.” 

(Karin Munsterhjelm, MD) 
Finland

Winning the hospital game

When faced with hospitalization, the most powerful person in the most entire hospital system is the patient. However, in most cases, the system works on the assumption that the patient will not claim that power. If on your way in you signed the hospital’s legal consent form, you can unsign it. You can revoke your permission. Just because somebody has permission to do one thing doesn’t mean that they have the permission to do everything. There’s no such thing as a situation that you cannot reverse. You can change your mind about your own personal healthcare. It concerns your very life. The rights of the patient override the rules of any institution.

If the patient doesn’t know that, or if they’re not conscious, or if they just don’t have the moxie to do it, the next most powerful person is the spouse. The spouse has enormous influence and can do almost as much as the patient. If the patient is incapacitated, the spouse can, and must, do all the more. If there is no spouse present, the next most powerful people in the system are the children of the patient. 

When you go to the hospital, bring along a big red pen, and cross out anything that you don’t like in the hospital’s permission form. And before you sign it, add anything you want. Write out “I want intravenous vitamin C, 25 grams per day, until I state otherwise.” And should they say, “We’re not going to admit you,” you reply, “Please put it in writing that you refuse to admit me.” What do you think their lawyers are going to do with that? They have to admit you. It’s a game, and you can win it. But you can’t win it if you don’t know the rules. And basically, they don’t tell you the rules.

This is deadly serious. Medical mistakes are now the third leading cause of death in the US.Yes, medical errors kill over 400,000 Americans every year. That’s 1,100 each day, every day. [5]

There are mistakes of commission and mistakes of omission. Failure to provide intravenous vitamin C is, literally, a grave omission. Do not allow yourself or your loved ones to be deprived of a simple, easy to prepare and administer IV of vitamin C.

“If a family member of mine died due to coronavirus infection, after a doctor refused to use intravenous vitamin C, I would challenge his or her treatment in a court of law. I would win.” (Kenneth Walker, MD, surgeon) 

It can be done

Vitamin IVs can be arranged in virtually any hospital, anywhere in the world. Attorney and cardiologist Thomas E. Levy’s very relevant presentation is free access. [6,7]http://www.doctoryourself.com/VC.NZ.Sept.2010.pdf and http://orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/v06n26.shtml.

Both the letter and the intent of new USA legislation now make this easier for you.

“The new federal Right to Try Act provides patients suffering from life-threatening diseases or conditions the right to use investigational drugs… It amends the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to exempt investigational drugs provided to patients who have exhausted approved treatment options and are unable to participate in a clinical trial involving the drug. Advocates of right to try laws have sought to accelerate access to new drugs for terminally ill patients who are running out of options. Arguably, the law does not represent a radical change in this and several other states, however, because in 2016, California had already joined the majority of other states in adopting a law enabling physicians to help terminally ill patients pursue investigational therapies, without fear of Medical Board or state civil or criminal liability. . . The new Right to Try law should give physicians, as well as drug manufacturers, some added comfort about FDA enforcement in these cases.” [8]

Therefore, in regards to intravenous vitamin C, do not accept stories that “the hospital can’t” or “the doctor can’t” or that “the state won’t allow it.” If you hear any of this malarkey, please send the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service the text of the policy or the law that says so. In the meantime, take the reins and get vitamin C in the veins. 

References:

  1. Saul AW (2020) Nutritional Treatment of Coronavirus. http://orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/v16n06.shtml
  2. Saul AW (2020) Vitamin C Protects Against Coronavirus. http://orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/v16n04.shtml

  3. Mawhinney J (2003) Vitamin C touted to fight virus. Toronto Star, 30 May 2003. http://www.newmediaexplorer.org/sepp/2003/06/06/vitamin_c_could_be_effective_against_sars.htm. 

  4. The Riordan IVC Protocol is a free-access download at http://www.doctoryourself.com/RiordanIVC.pdf

  5. James JT (2013) A new, evidence-based estimate of patient harms associated with hospital care. J Patient Safety 9:122-128. https://journals.lww.com/journalpatientsafety/fulltext/2013/09000/A_New,_Evidence_based_Estimate_of_Patient_Harms.2.aspx .

  6. Levy TE. Vitamin C: the facts, the fiction, and the law. http://www.doctoryourself.com/VC.NZ.Sept.2010.pdf

  7. Levy TE. Vitamin C And The Law. OMNS. http://orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/v06n26.shtml.

  8. Nelson H, Zimmitti S (2018) New Federal Right to Try Act. NH Healthcare Law Perspectives.  https://www.nelsonhardiman.com/right-to-try-right-to-die-federal-and-state-laws-in-flux-for-providers-who-treat-terminally-ill-patients

To learn more about intravenous vitamin C:

There are many articles posted for free reading at https://riordanclinic.org/journal-article-categories/intravenous-vitamin-c/

Mikirova N, Hunninghake R. (2014) Effect of high dose vitamin C on Epstein-Barr viral infection. Med Sci Monit. 20:725-732. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24793092. “The clinical study of ascorbic acid and EBV infection showed the reduction in EBV EA IgG and EBV VCA IgM antibody levels over time during IVC therapy that is consistent with observations from the literature that millimolar levels of ascorbate hinder viral infection and replication in vitro.” 

Gonzalez MJ, Berdiel MJ, Duconge J, Levy TE, Alfaro IM, Morales-Borges R, Marcial-Vega, V, Olalde J. (2018) High Dose Vitamin C and Influenza: A Case Report. J Orthomol Med. 33(3) https://isom.ca/article/high-dose-vitamin-c-influenza-case-report/ “Based on the positive outcome in this case, we propose that Intravenous Vitamin C should be studied as a vital component of the treatment protocol for acute viral infections.” 

Dr. W. Gifford-Jones: People are dying needlessly of coronavirus. https://www.mpnnow.com/news/20200128/dr-gifford-jones-people-are-dying-needlessly-of-coronavirus

Murata A. (1975) Virucidal activity of vitamin C: Vitamin C for the prevention and treatment of viral diseases. Proceedings of the First Intersectional Congress of Microbiological societies, Science Council of Japan, 3:432-42. 

Saul AW. Vitamins in Hospitals http://www.doctoryourself.com/hospitals.html

Saul AW. (2020) Vitamin C Protects Against Coronavirus. Orthomolecular Medicine News Service.  http://orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/v16n04.shtml

Saul AW. How to Get Intravenous Vitamin C Given to a Hospitalized Patient: A Checklist http://www.doctoryourself.com/strategies.html

Cathcart RF. Preparation of Sodium Ascorbate for Intravenous and Intramuscular Administration http://www.doctoryourself.com/vitciv.html

Note: The Japanese College of Intravenous Therapy (JCIT) was founded in 2007. JCIT has organized educational seminar on intravenous nutrient therapy and integrative medicine for 13 years. JCIT now consists of 850 active members of physician and dentists. Every year, the College organizes 10 or more educational seminars with protocols for intravenous vitamin C therapy, mainly along with the Riordan Protocol, for patients with acute and chronic diseases. More than 2500 physicians in Japan have learned these protocols, and patients can easily find member’s clinics all over Japan. In addition, JCIT recommends that physicians stock extra vitamin C vials in case of a pandemic. The JCIT website (Japanese language only): https://www.iv-therapy.org

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Chinese Medical Doctor is helping coronavirus patients with a powerful vitamin protocol [videos]

Chinese Medical Doctor is helping coronavirus patients with a powerful vitamin protocol [videos]

https://vids.theoven.lol/videoEmbed/1202/chinese-medical-doctor-is-helping-coronavirus-patients-with-a-powerful-vitamin-protocol?channelName=Anonymous

NCP (Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia) and Vitamin C

Discover what is really killing coronavirus patients

Dr. Richard Cheng is doing some magnificent work inside Wuhan, China for many of the people infected with the coronavirus. And, while government health agencies seem laser focused on just toxic medications and the hope of a vaccine, Dr. Cheng is doing much more than that.

The results are quite impressive. Listen now – in this video below – directly from Dr. Cheng.

We, at NaturalHealth365, have been reporting news about the coronavirus since its discovery in Wuhan, China. Naturally, there are many theories circulating about the origin of this virus from “just another flu strain” to speculation that this is a bioweapon designed in the Wuhan National Biosafety Laboratory (Level 4) or part of the “depopulation agenda” of some very disturbed individuals.

Wherever you stand on this topic, today’s news will prove to be invaluable because the mainstream media refuses to report on the single most important aspect of this virus. The solution!

Chinese medical doctor is helping coronavirus patients with a powerful vitamin protocol

Conventionally speaking, our modern healthcare system is merely focusing their attention on travel bans, testing and isolation of infected people. And, while that all may seem to be a “reasonable” response to a potential pandemic outbreak of the 2019-nCoV (novel coronavirus). Obviously, much more needs to be done to protect all of us.

In fact, the one thing that’s not talked about – nearly enough – is how to improve (and maintain) the health of the immune system. Can vitamin C – known to be an excellent vitamin for protecting immunity – actually help people infected with the coronavirus?

After a nationwide mention in the NY Post, MSN, and Business Insider, the 10-minute video reporting on the successful use of vitamin C for the coronavirus by doctors in Wuhan has been censored on the internet. No doubt, media manipulation that suppresses lifesaving information is alive and well in the “free” world.

Ask yourself this: why is this information being suppressed by the mainstream media and conventional medical “authorities.” Do they really believe that this vitamin therapy is useless? Or, could this just be an example of profits over public safety.

I’ll let you decide. But, ultimately, it’s up to each and every one of us to do everything we can to keep our immune system strong. After all, it is our best defense against disease.

Stay tuned to NaturalHealth365 https://www.naturalhealth365.com/breaking-news-coronavirus-3308.html as we continue to report on this evolving story.

Video: https://vids.theoven.lol/v/1202

Sources:

https://youtu.be/CvUejiNAm-w

https://ia801403.us.archive.org/25/items/lOOp4UpjM2M/Coronavirus%2C%20Vitamin%20C%2C%20Fake%20News%20and%20Censorship-lOOp4UpjM2M.mp4

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Can we shake the Coronavirus to death? New Way to Kill Viruses: Shake Them to Death

Wuhan-Coronavirus enthält einzigartige Bestandteile des HIV-Virus

Hospital-based Intravenous Vitamin C Treatmentfor Coronavirus and Related Illnesses

Can we shake the Coronavirus to death? New Way to Kill Viruses: Shake Them to Death

Hidden knowledge, alternative healing, big pharma

Why couldn’t I find follow ups on this subject?

Royal Raymond Rife began researching on this subject in 1920.

It is widely accepted that, in 1920, Royal R Rife began his experiments using electronic frequencies on viruses and bacteria. Previous to that time, microbes were invisible, but using his own powerful microscopes, he was able to see them.


Can we shake the Coronavirus to death?

(Difficult because Big Pharma wants vaccines & drugs which is more lucrative for them)


New Way to Kill Viruses: Shake Them to Death

By  

3D model coronavirus

Scientists may one day be able to destroy viruses in the same way that opera singers presumably shatter wine glasses. New research mathematically determined the frequencies at which simple viruses could be shaken to death. 
“The capsid of a virus is something like the shell of a turtle,” said physicist Otto Sankey of Arizona State University. “If the shell can be compromised [by mechanical vibrations], the virus can be inactivated.” 
 

“Experiments must just try a wide variety of conditions and hope that conditions are found that can lead to success,” Sankey told LiveScience.

To expedite this search, Sankey and his student Eric Dykeman have developed a way to calculate the vibrational motion of every atom in a virus shell. From this, they can determine the lowest resonant frequencies. 
As an example of their technique, the team modeled the satellite tobacco necrosis virus and found this small virus resonates strongly around 60 Gigahertz (where one Gigahertz is a billion cycles per second), as reported in the Jan. 14 issue of Physical Review Letters.
A virus’ death knell
All objects have resonant frequencies at which they naturally oscillate. Pluck a guitar string and it will vibrate at a resonant frequency.
But resonating can get out of control. A famous example is the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, which warped and finally collapsed in 1940 due to a wind that rocked the bridge back and forth at one of its resonant frequencies. 
Viruses are susceptible to the same kind of mechanical excitation. An experimental group led by K. T. Tsen from Arizona State University have recently shown that pulses of laser light can induce destructive vibrations in virus shells. 
“The idea is that the time that the pulse is on is about a quarter of a period of a vibration,” Sankey said. “Like pushing a child on a swing from rest, one impulsive push gets the virus shaking.” 
It is difficult to calculate what sort of push will kill a virus, since there can be millions of atoms in its shell structure. A direct computation of each atom’s movements would take several hundred thousand Gigabytes of computer memory, Sankey explained. 

He and Dykeman have found a method to calculate the resonant frequencies with much less memory. 

In practice
The team plans to use their technique to study other, more complicated viruses. However, it is still a long way from using this to neutralize the viruses in infected people.
One challenge is that laser light cannot penetrate the skin very deeply. But Sankey imagines that a patient might be hooked up to a dialysis-like machine that cycles blood through a tube where it can be hit with a laser. Or perhaps, ultrasound can be used instead of lasers. 
These treatments would presumably be safer for patients than many antiviral drugs that can have terrible side-effects. Normal cells should not be affected by the virus-killing lasers or sound waves because they have resonant frequencies much lower than those of viruses, Sankey said. 
Moreover, it is unlikely that viruses will develop resistance to mechanical shaking, as they do to drugs. 
“This is such a new field, and there are so few experiments, that the science has not yet had sufficient time to prove itself,” Sankey said. “We remain hopeful but remain skeptical at the same time.”


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Wuhan-Coronavirus enthält einzigartige Bestandteile des HIV-Virus

2. Februar 2020 Aktualisiert: 3. Februar 2020 9:56
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Alle Rechte gehören der Epoch Times Deutsch oder den respektiven Inhabern.
Eine Gruppe von Biologen der Universität von Neu-Delhi hat an entscheidenden Stellen des neuen Coronavirus Elemente des HIV-Virus gefunden. Diese Stellen sind für die Ansteckungsfähigkeit des Virus wichtig. 

An vielen Instituten weltweit werden die Gen-Sequenzen des neuartigen Coronavirus untersucht. Eine Gruppe von Biologen an der Universität von Neu-Delhi hat in ihrer Studie, die auf bioRxiv veröffentlicht wurde, auf einzigartige Bestandteile des neuen Virus hingewiesen. Diese Bestandteile, die von den Forschern als „inserts“ (Einbringungen) bezeichnet werden, waren bisher nur vom HIV-Virus bekannt. Die Studie steht nach ihrer Veröffentlichung noch zum Peer-Review an.

Die Forscher sind Mitglieder der Kusuma School of biological sciences, Indian institute of technology (New Delhi-110016) und des Acharya Narendra Dev College, University of Delhi (New Delhi-110019) Indien.

Den Forschern standen als Grundlage ihrer Arbeit mehrere Proben von Coronaviren-Genen aus China zur Verfügung. Diese wurden von Menschen und Fledermäusen gewonnen. Weiterhin verwendeten sie zum Vergleich die umfangreichen Datenbanken, die zu anderen Typen des Coronavirus weltweit zur Verfügung stehen. Für ihre Studie nutzten sie Verfahren zur Gensequenzanalyse und zur 3D-Modellierung von Viren.

Der neuartige Virus enthält einzigartige Gen-Sequenzen

Das wichtigste Ergebnis der Studie ist die Erkenntnis, dass an Stellen des Virus, die für das Andocken und Eindringen in eine Wirtszelle zuständig sind, Sequenzen gefunden wurden, die in dieser Form bisher nur beim HIV-Virus bekannt sind; genauer gesagt bei den HIV-Mutationen, die in Asien und Afrika verbreitet sind. Bei den von Fledermäusen gewonnenen Proben waren diese Sequenzen nicht zu finden.

Die Wissenschaftler wiesen darauf hin, dass die HIV-Sequenzen zwar nur „Bruchstücke“ der Originalsequenzen wären, aber durch ihre spezielle Anordnung zusammen wirken würde. Dadurch würde der Virus seine Fähigkeit gewinnen, hoch ansteckend zu sein und verschiedene Zellen als Wirt benutzen zu können.

Der neuartige Coronavirus ist dem SARS-Virus am ähnlichsten, weist aber einige Abweichungen auf.

Die Frage, ob Mutation oder Manipulation vorliegt, bleibt offen

Das Forscherteam beschäftigt sich nicht ausdrücklich mit der Frage, wie diese Variante des Coronavirus entstehen konnte. Sie weisen darauf hin, dass der Austausch von Erbmaterial unter nicht verwandten Virusstämmen zwar möglich, aber nicht die Regel ist.

Insbesondere die sehr spezielle Abart, die dieser Virus darstellt, erscheint ihnen nach bisheriger Erfahrung sehr unwahrscheinlich. Auch liegen ihnen keine Mutationsreihen des Coronavirus vor, die in diese Richtung weisen würde.

Die Klärung, wie dieser Virus entstehen konnte, wird von ihnen als dringend zu beantwortende Frage in den Raum gestellt.

Studie im Detail:

2020.01.30.927871v1.full_.pdf

Sonntag 02.02.20

21:30 Uhr Italienischer Klinik gelingt Isolation und Nachzucht des Corona-Virus

Wie der italienische Corriere della Sera meldet hat der italienische Gesundheitsminister Roberto Speranza während einer Pressekonferenz bekannt gegeben. „Wir haben das Virus isoliert – sagte Speranza – und das bedeutet, dass wir viele Möglichkeiten haben, zu untersuchen, zu verstehen und zu überprüfen, was getan werden kann, um die Ausbreitung zu stoppen. Das Virus wird der gesamten internationalen Gemeinschaft zur Verfügung gestellt. Jetzt wird es einfacher sein, ihn zu behandeln“.

Archiv

Das Labor in dem die Isolation gelang gehört zum Spalanzani-Krankenhaus in Rom.

14:20 Uhr: Zweiter Übertragungsweg entdeckt

Neben Tröpfcheninfektion kann der Virus auch über das Verdauungssystem verbreitet werden. So haben chinesische und amerikanische Forscher den Virus auch in Stuhlproben und Rektalabstrichen gefunden, nachdem sie festgestellt hatten, dass einige Patienten Durchfall statt üblicherweise Fieber bekommen haben.

https://www.ntdtv.com/gb/2020/02/01/a102766898.html

19:20 Uhr: Mit Coronavirus infizierte Passagiere «medizinisch wohlauf»

Den beiden aus China zurückgekehrten und mit dem Coronavirus infizierten Passagieren geht es nach Angaben des hessischen Sozialministers Kai Klose „den Umständen entsprechend sehr gut“. Beide seien deutsche Staatsangehörige. Der Ärztliche Direktor des Uniklinikums Frankfurt, Jürgen Graf, ergänzte, dass die beiden Patienten stationär aufgenommen worden seien und dort isoliert behandelt würden. Sie seien medizinisch wohlauf.

https://www.epochtimes.de/gesundheit/coronavirus-newsticker-zweiter-uebertragungsweg-entdeckt-thailand-meldet-gelungene-behandlung-mit-grippe-und-hiv-medikamenten-a3143841.html?utm_source=Meistgelesen&utm_medium=InternalLink&utm_campaign=ETD

Italienischer Klinik gelingt Isolation und Nachzucht des Corona-Virus – Zweiter Übertragungsweg entdeckt

Epoch Times
2. Februar 2020 Aktualisiert: 3. Februar 2020 8:54
Der Virus kann auch über das Verdauungssystem verbreitet werden, wie Forscher herausfanden. Die thailändischen Behörden haben eine erfolgreiche Behandlung des Virus mit einem Cocktail aus Grippe- und HIV-Medikamenten gemeldet: Oseltamivir, Lopinavir und Ritonavir.

Der neuartige Wuhan Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) verbreitet sich weiter. Einen Tag nach ihrer Rückkehr aus der chinesischen Stadt Wuhan nach Deutschland sind drei Menschen positiv getestet worden. Die aus China ausgeflogenen Deutschen sollen mindestens 14 Tage in der Südpfalz-Kaserne in Germersheim bleiben – so lange dauert die bisher bekannte maximale Inkubationszeit, also die Frist von der Ansteckung bis zum möglichen Krankheitsausbruch.

Anmerkung der Redaktion: Wir müssen davon ausgehen, dass die Zahlen der staatlichen chinesischen Behörde über Todesfälle und Infizierte durch den Wuhan-Virus in China nicht stimmen. Daher verzichten wir auf eine Veröffentlichung. Wir bemühen uns, die tatsächlichen Zahlen herauszufinden.