Volume 11, Letter 10

Crowds, indoor environments, poor ventilation and TIME remain the recipe for a negative COVID19 outcome based on your personal risk of metabolic disease and genetic weakness for viral surveillance.

Latest numbers google/CDC show that cases peaked in early January and continue to aggressively trend down in all states.

The United States is now likely past 30% of its population having been vaccinated or previously infected. Couple this with warming weather patterns, effective social distancing, lack of holiday events and we have a recipe for a significant pause in case numbers.

If we continue to vaccinate roughly 10 to 12 million people weekly, we will likely get ahead of the next wave and stay at mini outbreaks and not return to a nationwide mess. However, this is predicated on the United States not having a vaccine avoidant SARS2 variant circulate in volume. So far, it appears that the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are performing well overall.

As it stands today, the United States has had 28 million cases and almost 496,000 deaths.

There is still no change in the knowledge that more than 80% of deaths are skewed toward the over 55 age group and 94% of all deaths occurred in a person with a co-morbid chronic health disease. More biological antibody medicines are on the horizon that may along with a mixture of vitamin A , D, zinc, quercetin and melatonin be employed for a safe resolution to COVID19. If you did not read the newsletter about an Integrative approach to health in the COVID era, read this link and this link.

As with the first newsletter on this topic, keep solace with the fact that there is a 99+% chance of survival for all of us.