A number of doctors formed the Frontline Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance and developed the MATH+ protocol for Covid-19.
The difference between this protocol and HCQ-based treatments seems to be about the “when”.
MATH+ is designed for hospital treatment, rather than for home treatment. That is, it’s “designed for hospitalized patients, to be initiated as soon as possible after they develop respiratory difficulty and require oxygen supplementation”, and not for people who are in the early stage of the disease with mild symptoms, and can be treated at home.
The protocol is available in several languages, including English (of course) and Italian.
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