It was like any other Christmas in Australia celebrating the festive season. The only difference, in 2021 that the COVID19 Omicron variant was rapidly spreading throughout the community.
My symptoms were minor, in fact, the first changes I noticed in my body weren’t even listed as some of the common symptoms of COVID-19. But I knew my body pretty well, and I could feel something wasn’t right.
The day before Christmas day, I was not feeling well. I felt like I’d been wrestling with demons. I had unexplainable tiredness, brain fog. The dizziness with headaches was terrible. I took Panadol for my headache and I soaked myself in the bathtub with Epsom salt. After an hour, I feel better and excited for Christmas.
Everyone’s happy celebrating Christmas. But something didn’t feel right that day. Later that night, my husband developed a temperature of 38C. I, myself experienced muscle aches, fatigue, headache, and dizziness.
So we immediately started some of the more obtainable early treatment protocols that “the science” tells us don’t work.
The following day, we started looking for PCR Testing sites. Unfortunately, because of the massive influx of people needing a test, most sites were turning people away by 9 AM. (As of the time of writing – most covid test clinics have closed down and hospitals are turning away the people on the main road).
So, we went to the local hospital for a COVID test, only to be welcomed by the long queues by needing the test. Many people in the line were coughing, spluttering, and obviously sick. So if you didn’t COVID before you went there, there was a good chance you will have it afterward. (FYI, PCR testing is free in Australia. You just need to present your Medicare card).
Once testing was over, we were required to isolate for 3 days while waiting for the result.
COVID Test Result
January 1, 2022 (12:16 AM) Woohoo!!! Happy New Year! Guess what? We’ve got the present! We are COVID POSITIVE. How about that? Welcoming a new year with COVID, hey?
We were told to isolate for 7days and wait for the call from the public health unit (which I found ridiculous because the AI doesn’t care what gender you are. Asking a male “Are you pregnant?” is pretty hilarious).
None of the expected questions were asked – nothing about contract tracing, hotspot identification, degree of illness, or capacity to look after one’s self.
Update: Got a call from Metro health 2 weeks out of isolation. I doubt they have our data with them. They completely rely on the details from us.
The Early Treatment Protocol We Used
- Unable to get Ivermectin – are approved by the FDA to treat people with intestinal strongyloidiasis and onchocerciasis
- Unable to get Monoclonal Antibodies – they are laboratory-made proteins that mimic the immune system’s ability to fight off harmful pathogens such as viruses
- Unable to get hydroxychloroquine – Early in the pandemic, hydroxychloroquine was put forward as a potential medicine for the treatment and prevention of COVID-19.
What we did Used
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin D3
- Turmericturmeric with piperine
- Baraka Black Seed Oil
- Betadine (Povidine Iodine)
For clinical data sheets on the effectiveness of the above mentioned items can be found here 👉 https://c19early.com
Some questions I received is “when can you be around others after you had COVID?
According to the c, if you think or know you had COVID-19, and developed symptoms, you can be around others after:
- 10 days since symptoms first appeared and,
- 24 hours with no fever without the use of fever-reducing medications and,
- Other symptoms of COVID-19 are improving.
You must meet all three criteria. But what does that last point really mean?
‘Other symptoms improving’ could mean improvement in shortness of breath, improved nasal congestion or cough, and improved sore throat,” says Dr. Eric Sachinwalla, medical director of Infection Prevention and Control at Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia. “Sometimes symptoms like cough or loss of smell have been reported to linger for some time, but as long as the person is improving overall, that’s what’s important.”
It’s important to ride out the full 10-day window at home even if your symptoms completely disappear after a few days. It doesn’t matter if you’re no longer coughing or running a fever: You could still be contagious.