Tony’s Virus: Chapter 10: The Proper Protocols for Testing and Treatment of the Wuhan Virus

October 9, 2020- by Steven E. Greer, MD

In the previous chapters, I have detailed how almost all of the hospitals in the nation, and likely the world, have treated patients with the Wuhan virus in almost the exact opposite manner in which they should have been treated. Due to cowardice and politics, the hospitals have quarantined themselves like medieval fortresses under siege by an invisible enemy carried on the barbarians (otherwise known as sick people in need of care). As a result, almost every major medical center is now bleeding cash and laying off employees. The populations they serve have been deprived not only of treatment for the Wuhan virus, but also less urgent care.

Yet the CEO’s of these institutions are patting themselves on their collective backs as if they have handled this properly. They still collect their multi-million-dollar paychecks.

What should happen going forward in treatment protocols? Will the dramatically different care that The President of the United States received shame these institutions into changing? Will Alex Azar, The United States Secretary of Health and Human Services, which is in charge of Medicare and Medicaid, the FDA, CMS, etc., sit back and watch this crime against humanity unfold?

This is what I think should be the proper protocols for treatment during this scamdemic. It is very similar to the care that president Trump received. I sent this proposal to Secretary Azar and several leaders of major medical centers:

Screening and Triage

– No patient should be told by any hospital operator or automated phone-tree message to stay home and do nothing. Just like any other illness, patients should be encouraged to seek immediate care.

– Just as hospitals have done now, special outdoor tented clinics should be established for testing, but no appointment should be required.

– The virus test performed at these special triage centers should be rapid point-of-care tests that are not based on PCR technology. These are many times less likely than PCR to generate false positives. Only people actively sick typically trigger positives from these point-of-care tests.

– In addition, a pulse oximeter measurement and temperature measurement should be taken.

This simple triage strategy would immediately stop the casedemic driving the scamdemic, that has caused untold morbidity and mortality from the lockdowns. Patients would receive immediate news and relief, if they are negative, or care if they are positive.

SARS-COV-2-positive patients with serious symptoms

– For test-positive SARS-COV-2 symptomatic patients of any age should be admitted to the hospital and given IV remdesivir, zinc, Vitamin D, and any other newly approved drug that becomes available, such as the Regeneron antibody cocktail given to President Trump.

– However, their test status should first be verified by in-house viral load tests that require blood draws, if possible. If these tests cannot be performed within hours, then the patent should be treated based on the assumption they are positive given the rapid tests.

– The decisions of when or if to use supplemental oxygen, antibiotics, blood thinners, or dexamethasone should be made on a case-by-case basis.

– Notably, chest CT-scans should be avoided. They impart cancer-causing levels of radiation and are entirely unnecessary to boot.

– Likewise, ventilators should be avoided at all costs. Oxygen masks suffice.

SARS-COV-2-positive patients with mild symptoms

– For test-positive patients with mild symptoms (i.e. no fever and good O2 saturation) and no risk factors (i.e. under the age of 70 and no diabetes or serious kidney, liver, lung, or immune system ailments), they can be treated in the outpatient setting.

– Before being sent home from the triage center, however, blood should be drawn for proper verification of the Wuhan virus status. Then, they should be given prescriptions for hydroxychloroquine, Vitamin D and zinc, and a pulse oximeter machine. Ideally, a pharmacy would be set up inside the triage center.

– Then, using telemedicine, doctors should monitor the oxygen and temperature. If it worsens, they should be admitted to the hospital.

For regular flu patients

– It should be noted that many people in the triage centers will turn out to have the regular flu. They should be given Tamiflu if mildly symptomatic, then monitored via telemedicine. Patients with severe respiratory decompensation should be admitted.

For immobile nursing home patients

– For patients immobile and unable to drive to a triage center, likely in an assisted living center, they are also the most vulnerable to death from the Wuhan virus or flu.

– Teams of traveling doctors should be assembled. Ideally, the doctors and nurses should be antibody-positive and, therefore, far less likely to transmit dangerous infections to the people they treat.

– Proper antibody testing is achieved only by administering six different assays for three different forms of antibodies, per the Icelandic study.[1]


If these “Greer protocols” became the new gold standard, I bet you a lot of money that the already-low death rates would approach zero. Nobody, not even the 90-year-old nursing home patient, should die from the Wuhan virus.

[1] D.F. Gudbjartsson, et al. “Humoral Immune Response to SARS-CoV-2 in Iceland” NEJM online release September 7, 2020

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