Turkey’s premier hospital mortality for Covid under 1%; NYC’s hospital mortality 20%/ BBC

Turkey started testing early, with rapid results.  They did case-finding and quarantines, and they used hydroxychloroquine as soon as someone got sick. Mortality in a premier hospital in Turkey for Covid-19 is under 1%.  Mortality in New York hospitals for Covid-19 cases has been reported here and here as 20%.  


The BBC goes into depth on how Turkey handled the pandemic.  Definitely worth a read.

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Kay
Kay
2 years ago

Thanks Meryl for the helpful articles you write, including on how to make an excellent mask, and about the usefulness of hydroxychloroquine to treat covid virus, despite it being given a bad press. Very interesting that Turkey has used it so successfully. I read an article about it some time ago, being used in France, until suddenly all the stocks disappeared – some sort of corruption where some saw a way of making a financial bonanza that worked against the interests of French hospitals and the health of people in France.

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