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Depends entirely on your goals. If surviving the disease and staying healthy is your priority, treat early and hit it with everything possible. If you have other goals you can delay treatment or even forgo treatment entirely, ie: follow CDC guidelines.
I have a strong hunch the “pause” of J&J based on blood clots is misdirection. J&J has been targeted by the Left for decades because they are a symbolic threat to labor unions! Remember the Tylenol cyanide scare in the ’80s? Remember Obama shutting several J&J plants in 2011? All part of their jihad against J&J which seeks to treat all employees as “individuals”, going against everything unions believe. Read more on my theory from 2014 here: LINK
No court, as of this date, has ruled that Ivermectin does anything to help COVID at any stage. Not a single court.
One of the theories on anosmia (loss of sense of smell) and COVID is that the body is using all its zinc stores to fight the virus. Zinc is necessary for sense of smell. Under that theory supplementing makes sense. Yes, if you grow your own vegetables in nutrient rich soil you are probably ok, but who trusts Big Ag?
Couple of points on this: If you could hypothetically find two countries, close by, with similar cultures, diets, genetics, and overall approaches to lockdowns, with the only big difference being their acceptance of therapeutics like HCQ and/or IVM, it would be like having a Randomized Controlled Trial with millions of people. Well, Sweden and Norway are two such countries! Norway uses HCQ early and often and Sweden shuns it’s use. You are 10 times more likely to die of COVID in Sweden than in Norway. 10 times.