Coronavirus (COVID-19) update

COVID-19: Avoid Respiratory Viruses

Listen to Dr. Sandy Bevacqua on how to avoid and protect yourself from respiratory viruses.

Coronavirus COVID-19: Global update

The Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering has built and is regularly updating an online map tracking the global spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak which began in the Chinese city of Wuhan. The map is updated with data from the WHO, CDC, and other sources.

Currently, the Johns Hopkins coronavirus tracking map estimates over 156,400 infections worldwide with more than 5,833 deaths associated with the virus as of March 15.

To keep track of the latest figures click the following link.  Go to map>

Johns Hopkins coronavirus tracking map. (Screenshot March, 15, 2020)

VIRUSES! – eBook


How to stop respiratory viral infections before you get sick

Don’t panic!  Respiratory viruses are prevalent all around the world. It’s impossible to live on this Earth and not get exposed to them.  However, you, dear reader, have an immune system that can be used to protect yourself in many different ways.

Dr Sandy’s VIRUSES eBook (PDF format) offers easy and helpful guidance on strengthening your immune system, giving you more energy and speeding up the healing process.

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If you catch the virus early enough in its replication process, you can stop it in its tracks! All symptoms will clear within hours, and you will not get sick. Just remember to continue for 3-4 days after you stop experiencing the symptoms and feel perfectly well (which will hopefully be within hours!).