Dr. Kory, who is a co-founder of the Front Line Covid-19 Critical Care (FLCCC) Alliance, explains, "The suppression of early treatment in this country is one of the most historically calamitous actions, and history will not be kind here . . . .Right now, the NIH (National Institutes of Health), besides monoclonal antibody treatment, they advise nothing in early treatment and nothing in prevention. They say don't use anything to prevent this, not even vitamin D that we know is protective, and not even drugs like Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) or any of the other drugs that have shown the ability to lessen transmission. They say stay home and wait for you to turn blue, and then come to the hospital. This is absurd, and the people who are dying for lack of early treatment, both vaccinated and unvaccinated, 75% to 80% of people going to the hospital do not need to go if they have been given early treatment."
If you do go to the hospital for treatment, don't expect to get aggressive treatment, according to Dr. Kory. He contends, "You do need good and aggressive treatment around this disease. . . . I find there is an epidemic of under-treatment in the hospital. I am an intensive care specialist, and the doctors I talk to are on this anemic NIH protocol, which is Remdesivir, which is 'death is near.' That's a ridiculous drug.