Sadly, Zelenko Protocol Creator Dr. Vladimir Zelenko has Passed Away

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Sadly, Zelenko Protocol Creator Dr. Vladimir Zelenko has Passed Away

We were just informed that a Ukrainian-American family physician, well known for promoting treatment for COVID-19 well known as the Zelenko Protocol, Dr. Zelenko passed away today (June 30, 2022) at the age of 49.

May the great legend rest in peace. Our team in USdayNews also sends its deepest sympathies to his loved ones during this tough period. shared a statement regarding the heartbreaking news:

“It is with immense sorrow that we announce the passing of our founder Dr. Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko. Dr. Zelenko was a physician, scientist, and activist for medical rights who touched the lives of millions of people. Some were saved as his role as a doctor, and even more, were inspired by his words. His “Zelenko Protocol” saved millions and earned him a Nobel Prize nomination and the admiration of a U.S. President among other prominent world leaders.”

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Previously uploaded video Health update from Dr. Zelenko

Vladimir ( Zev) Zelenko was born in 1973 in Kyiv and became the author famous for providing treatment by combining three-drug: hydroxychloroquine, zinc sulfate, and azithromycin; as part of testing outpatient treatment for COVID-19 which he has named the Zelenko Protocol.

On March 23, 2020, Zelenko released an open letter to the United States president Donald Trump which he asserted to have surprisingly treated many of his COVID-19 patients with a five-day course of the Zelenko Protocol.

Zelenko’s treatment protocol quickly gained notoriety with several media figures and various Trump administration officials promoting it, including Rudy Giuliani and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, despite cautionary messages from health experts.

His family moved to the US when he was three years old, and settled in the Sheepshead Bay neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York City. Zelenko attended medical school at the State University of New York at Buffalo, achieving a Doctor of Medicine degree in 2000.

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