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adminee
3/20/2020 12:48 EST


This new thread is intended for non-political posts about coronavirus. Please share information that will help other expats in your area and elsewhere in Brazil. This is vital. Share updates on hospitals and other testing locations, business and school closures, government updates, locked down areas, travel restrictions, where to get food, medications and other necessities.



Please also use this thread as a place to support one another in these uncertain and stressful times. There are expats on this forum (many of whom read and don't post) who are living alone and very far from family. A few kind words can make a difference in someone's day. If you want to debate the politics of how the situation is being handled in your country and other countries, PLEASE keep that off of this thread.



I lived in NYC on 9/11 and remember with humbling clarity how people came together at that time. That event changed me forever and thinking of it always bring tears to my eyes, but the kindness of strangers is what I remember most. When you look back at this time one day, you will remember the kindness of strangers. Please be kind.

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cregger
3/20/2020 12:53 EST

What a great idea. I am a 62 year old American living alone in Londrina, ParanĂ¡. Have no family and have lived here since August of last year. I think this is a great way to help all of us with information and support. Thanks, Craig

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Brazil16
3/20/2020 16:37 EST

There been a number of human test using this drug since January 20
This maybe a cure for COVID19

This is the preferred med
hydroxychloroquine 400 mg

The dosing regimen would be 400 mg twice and the first day and then 200 mg every twice in the next four days for each day, which is a total of 400 mg a day.

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Brazil16
3/20/2020 16:43 EST

If you want to see the research it from France 36 patients were used 20 had COVID 19 all had total recovery there was a additional drug used with some call Zpack antibiotic. Hope this helps I know hydroxychloroquine 400 mg Is available in Brazil I got some from the local pharmacy.

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mchrismsw
3/23/2020 11:05 EST

Amen...like Bob Marley sang..one world one love???

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exnyer
4/24/2020 09:44 EST

First of all, THIS IS NOT A PERSONAL ATTACK. The only sources to consider for guidance should be the CDC or WHO.

Research has shown hydroxychloroquine to be at best ineffective and at worst fatal. Recently it was suggested by a powerful American politician that drinking or injecting disinfectant could kill the virus. The truth is NO!

I really understand the need for a quick fix, but at this time only prevention through distancing and frequent cleaning works.

I keep track of COVID 19 here in Brasil via Fohla in english.

Again consider the sources of your information and KEEP POLITICS OUT OF IT!

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exnyer
4/24/2020 09:45 EST

First of all, THIS IS NOT A PERSONAL ATTACK. The only sources to consider for guidance should be the CDC or WHO.

Research has shown hydroxychloroquine to be at best ineffective and at worst fatal. Recently it was suggested by a powerful American politician that drinking or injecting disinfectant could kill the virus. The truth is NO!

I really understand the need for a quick fix, but at this time only prevention through distancing and frequent cleaning works.

I keep track of COVID 19 here in Brasil via Fohla in english.

Again consider the sources of your information and KEEP POLITICS OUT OF IT!

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exnyer
4/24/2020 09:46 EST

First of all, THIS IS NOT A PERSONAL ATTACK. The only sources to consider for guidance should be the CDC or WHO.

Research has shown hydroxychloroquine to be at best ineffective and at worst fatal. Recently it was suggested by a powerful American politician that drinking or injecting disinfectant could kill the virus. The truth is NO!

I really understand the need for a quick fix, but at this time only prevention through distancing and frequent cleaning works.

I keep track of COVID 19 here in Brasil via Fohla in english.

Again consider the sources of your information and KEEP POLITICS OUT OF IT!

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exnyer
4/24/2020 09:46 EST

First of all, THIS IS NOT A PERSONAL ATTACK. The only sources to consider for guidance should be the CDC or WHO.

Research has shown hydroxychloroquine to be at best ineffective and at worst fatal. Recently it was suggested by a powerful American politician that drinking or injecting disinfectant could kill the virus. The truth is NO!

I really understand the need for a quick fix, but at this time only prevention through distancing and frequent cleaning works.

I keep track of COVID 19 here in Brasil via Fohla in english.

Again consider the sources of your information and KEEP POLITICS OUT OF IT!

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redroverlild
5/29/2020 10:36 EST

Consider the sources of the person reporting also.

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