Best Treatment for COVID-19 Deltacron Variant?
We have known that recombinant events can occur, in humans or animals, with multiple circulating variants of #SARSCoV2. need to wait for experiments to determine the properties of this virus. Importance of sequencing, analytics & rapid data sharing as we deal with this pandemic https://t.co/2qmu6WS118— Soumya Swaminathan (@doctorsoumya) March 8, 2022
The emergence of such a recombinant should not be a surprise, as Maria Van Kerkhove, PhD, who’s the World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) technical lead for the COVID-19 response, tweeted:
Pls also see here where we talk about the possibility of recombinants of #SARSCoV2. This is to be expected, especially w intense circulation of #omicron & delta. @WHO TagVE is tracking & discussing.— Maria Van Kerkhove (@mvankerkhove) March 8, 2022
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The Delta variant (also referred to as B.1.617.2) of COVID-19 was initially identified in India in December 2020 and was first detected in the United States in March 2021.
COVID-19 Deltacron Variant Treatment?
The FLCCC protocol and Deltacron variantThe Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Working Group (FLCCC) has developed their latest I-MASK+ protocol (Jan 19, 2022 version) for early treatment for both the Delta and Omicron variants.
- Ivermectin: 0.4–0.6 mg/kg per dose (take with or after meals) — one dose daily, take for 5 days or until recovered. (Find a Doctor). Use upper dose range if: 1) in regions with more aggressive variants (e.g. Delta); 2) treatment started on or after day 5 of symptoms or in pulmonary phase; or 3) multiple comorbidities/risk factors. (Ref)
- Hydroxychloroquine (preferred for Omicron): 200mg PO twice daily; take for 5 days or until recovered. (Find a Doctor)
Thread on New Variant: I have been getting a lot of questions about what some in the media are calling “Deltracron.” A more accurate name for the latest COVID variant is Ba.2 since it is clinically most similar to the Ba.1 Omicron variant (1/4)https://t.co/4lMwgkuumk— Pierre Kory, MD MPA (@PierreKory) March 15, 2022