So you have contracted COVID-19, have been in close proximity for an extended amount of time with a “vaccinated” person, or perhaps were forced by your employer to be injected against your wishes. Now what?
First of all, we must not let fear control us. Fear is our enemy and serves no purpose other than to weaken our mind and our immune system. Rebuke the fear and if you find yourself operating in it, repent and turn away from it.
Community is key. Build it. Nurture it. It will pay back many fold in the long run.
But all that aside, we do have to deal with the nuts and bolts of treatment. To cover that, I am going to link to a couple blog posts, written by a licensed healthcare professional who has extensive experience in dealing with COVID-19 cases. The author chose to remain anonymous for their safety, though we have personally vetted them extensively and would trust them completely with our healthcare choices.
Our first question is what do we do when we or a loved on contracts the virus? This has the answers:
A couple things I would like to add in here:
1. If you or a loved one do end up in the hospital, under no circumstances should you allow them to administer “remdesivir” (Brand name “Veklury). This is an antiviral medication popular for COVID-19 treatment in hospitals, but has significant and common danger of causing kidney damage if not outright failure. My understanding is that this causes fluid build up in the lungs.
2. If you or a loved one is sick with COVID-19, companionship and physical touch is one of the best gifts you can give them. Of the many friends and family members of ours that have had serious debilitating COVID-19 attacks, a reoccurring theme has developed: A. The worst thing was the loneliness, depression, and brain fog. B. When their oxygen levels would drop dangerously and someone would hold their hand, rub their arms and legs, caress their head, etc., their oxygen levels would rise significantly for a time.
We also have heard a lot of folks, such as Military and Law Enforcement who were forced to take the “vaccine” against their wishes or perhaps got it before they realized the potential damage. This next article will help in that, as well as things you can do to protect your reproductive health if you have spent time with anyone who got the “vaccine” or had the virus:
My prayer is that this arms and equips you to not just survive, but to fearlessly thrive amidst the current world situation. Keep your head on a swivel and your powder dry.
The TPG Crew