Governments are starting to use vitamin D to fight COVID-19


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Spain - Andelusia

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Punjab Pakistan - Jan 5, 2021

Augmented from Gordon Shotwell Nov 2020

  • Israel started recommending vitamin D in October 2020.
    • After the Merzon study Vitamin D flew off of the shelves
  • Slovenia has begun administering vitamin D to residents of nursing homes and health care workers.
  • The French National Academy of Medicine recommends that people over 60 be tested for vitamin D deficiency and given a bolus dose of 50,000 to 100,000 IU. It further recommends that all Covid positive patients take 800 to 1000 IU a day upon diagnosis.
  • A Swiss expert panel recommends that people supplement with 2,000 IU of vitamin D per day.
  • New Zealand provides 50,000 IU monthly vitamin D supplementation to all aged care residents.
  • The Scottish government will provide vulnerable populations with vitamin D supplements.

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70% of the COVID-19 Clinical trials use >100,000 IU in first week

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Fortify your immune system quickly by taking your D monthly in a single day

A month of D in day: VDW12067

Daily recommendedInstead take once a month
2,000 IU60,000 IU
4,000 IU120,000 IU

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