350+ COVID-19 Test Cases: Hydroxychloroquine ‘Tremendous Positive Results’, ‘Potent Efficacy’, No Hospitalizations

According to two just-published studies in medical journals and one anecdotal report from a COVID-19 hotspot, at least 350 patients with the COVID-19 have been successfully treated with Hydroxychloroquine. A New York City physician reports a 100% efficacy rate, meaning zero of the “hundreds” of infected patients receiving the treatment required hospitalization.

Image Source: YouTube   See edit below. Video removed by YouTube.

For those who do ultimately recover, the duration of the recovery period from the COVID-19 viral infection is 20 days on average.

A clinical trial reported in a new study (Gautret et al., 2020) with a small sample size (36) shows Hydroxychlorine and Azithromycin treatment led to a “reduction/disappearance” of COVID-19 infection in 3-6 days for 100% of the patients receiving treatment.

Image Source: Gautret et al., 2020

Another new study (Gao et al., 2020) from February tested more than 100 patients infected with COVID-19 in China.

The results revealed a “marked efficacy and acceptable safety” or “potent efficacy in treating patients with COVID-19” with Chloroquine in clinical trials.

Image Source: Gao et al., 2020

Although not an official “clinical trial”, Dr. Vladimir Zelenko has conducted an anecdotal study of “hundreds” of the COVID-19-infected patients he’s treated with Hydrochloroquine in the early, “pre-hospital” stage of infection just within the last week. He estimates there are 20,000 cases in the region he serves.

Of those who he has administered the treatment for use in their own home, 100% have successfully avoided viral symptom exacerbation necessitating hospitalization.

Due to the “tremendous positive results”, Dr. Zelenko created a YouTube video recommending widespread usage of Hydroxychloroquine for the treatment of COVID-19 infection.

Edit: After 3 days and 100s of thousands of views, this video has curiously been removed by YouTube with the message:

“This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines.”

It is unclear what “community guidelines” would have been violated with the provision of much-needed information about the efficacy of a medication that has such a high treatment success rate – especially at a critical time like this in the heart of New York City.

For the record, the text on the image beneath the sub-heading for this article remains and contains the quoted information provided in the video by Dr. Zelenko.


15 responses to “350+ COVID-19 Test Cases: Hydroxychloroquine ‘Tremendous Positive Results’, ‘Potent Efficacy’, No Hospitalizations”

  1. ahlam st

    Despite the positive results of the use of chloroquine, it should not be used by any person who must be used by the doctor according to his diagnosis of the condition because most people are currently in quarantine and chloroquine have symptoms if used for more than 20 days, the most important of which is vision loss because it affects the retina.

    1. Petit_Barde

      Thank you to give the source of this “vision loss after 20 days”.

      1. Tom Anderson

        I have read that, at least in some cases, vision loss is temporary.

      2. Adam Gallon
      3. Adam Gallon
      4. MacnTaylor

        Chloroquine has some bad side effects if used long term but hydroxychloroquine is perfectly safe at normal levels.

        For the Chinese virus Covid-19, administered together with antibiotic zithromycine (Augmentin) gets patients back on their feet withinb5vtob6 days.

      5. ahlam st

        Pardon also has other symptoms, so be careful when using it and apply medical instructions in it.

    2. Petit_Barde

      So, as expected, this “vision loss after 20 days” is complete baloney.

  2. Mick J

    There seems to be a curious resistance to giving any credit to the potential for existing treatments, too busy playing politics. Tucker Carson outs some of the smear methods being used.
    Dr Fauci now reported to have been pinned down in an interview and also agrees the potential of Chloroquine et al to assist recovery.
    The Governor of Nevada ruling limited use against Covid-19, that is, only within hospitals. The above study suggests usage that avoids tying up hospital resources.

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  4. Dennis G Field

    Looks like You Tube took the video down. Here’s another source. The first video has been deleted.

  5. William Astley

    This is very good news. Thanks.

    The inflected patient should, however, get the treatment, in their doctors office or at a drop in clinic, to eliminate the trip to the IU.

    … and then self quarantine.

    Just need a supply of the drug for every clinic.

  6. M E

    see YouTube MedCram Dr Seheult pulmonologist working in California gives peer reviewed publications. Look up effects of medications. BCG vaccination against TB proves an efficatious treatment.

  7. drumphish


    “Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine are oral prescription drugs that have been used for treatment of malaria and certain inflammatory conditions. Chloroquine has been used for malaria treatment and chemoprophylaxis, and hydroxychloroquine is used for treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus and porphyria cutanea tarda. Both drugs have in-vitro activity against SARS-CoV, SARS-CoV-2, and other coronaviruses, with hydroxychloroquine having relatively higher potency against SARS-CoV-2 [1,4,5]. A study in China reported that chloroquine treatment of COVID-19 patients had clinical and virologic benefit versus a comparison group, and chloroquine was added as a recommended antiviral for treatment of COVID-19 in China [6]. Based upon limited in-vitro and anecdotal data, chloroquine or hydroxychloroquine are currently recommended for treatment of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in several countries. Both chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine have known safety profiles with the main concerns being cardiotoxicity (prolonged QT syndrome) with prolonged use in patients with hepatic or renal dysfunction and immunosuppression but have been reportedly well-tolerated in COVID-19 patients.”

  8. David Appell

    Clearly your opposition to climate change is ideological, not based in the science. You love Trump. You want to validate him. You think that makes you a hero.

    Where are the peer-reviewed studies?

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