“Angered by a government decision to re-impose a weekend curfew because of a rise in coronavirus infections, protesters broke into the Serbian parliament in Belgrade.” [Source: BBC News (UK)]
Impoverished and facing unemployment as a result of government responses to the coronavirus pandemic, it was always inevitable that people would eventually take to the streets. Far from only happening in Serbia, however, in recent weeks protests have similarly broken out in Ecuador, Israel, the Netherlands, the United States, and other countries. As the global economy continues to deteriorate, political unrest seems certain to become more widespread.
The real tragedy in all this is that had governments implemented natural approaches into their public health policies, the pandemic could have been largely contained and the economic damage minimized. As a recent study conducted by scientists at the Dr. Rath Research Institute has shown, a micronutrient combination that includes vitamin C, as well as certain amino acids, polyphenols, and trace elements, is able to suppress the ‘entry door’ via which coronaviruses enter body cells. Illustrating the power of using micronutrients in a clinical setting, doctors in China have already reported the successful treatment of coronavirus patients with high-dose vitamin C.
One thing is now certain in that mankind stands at a crossroads. If humanity does not take advantage of the health benefits of micronutrients against viral infections, the consequences will be dire. Future pandemics will cost even more human lives and still further ruin the global economy.
It is therefore clear that, in order to boost resistance against the current pandemic and any future infectious diseases, priority must be given to public health strategies that target the strengthening of the human immune system. Since micronutrients are the only scientific approach to enhancing overall immunity in humans, free access to micronutrients must become a human right.