Medical Reserve Corps

Medical Reserve Corps The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a national network of local groups of volunteers engaging local communities to strengthen public health, reduce vulnerability, build resilience, and improve preparedness, response and recovery capabilities.

There are roughly 800 MRC units and more than 190,000 volunteers across the United States, the District of Columbia, Palau, American Samoa, Northern Mariana Islands, and Puerto Rico. MRC volunteers consist of various medical and public health professionals, as well as others interested in improving the health and safety of their communities.

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Thank you to all MRC units across the country who helped support #IndependenceDay celebrations in their local communitie...
07/08/2021

Thank you to all MRC units across the country who helped support #IndependenceDay celebrations in their local communities, helping to keep their neighbors and community members safe.

Across the country, volunteers from more than 500 MRC units have dedicated more than 2 million hours to the #COVID19 res...
06/22/2021

Across the country, volunteers from more than 500 MRC units have dedicated more than 2 million hours to the #COVID19 response. Thank you to all of the MRC volunteers who have worked with partners in their community to support #COVID19 screening and testing; medical surge; patient case and contact investigations; call center operations; community education and outreach; vaccination campaigns; and more.

If you are interested in helping improve health in your community, consider joining your local MRC unit: https://mrc.hhs.gov/FindMRC

Today is the first official day of the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season.🌀 Learn how to prepare: ready.gov/hurricanes🌀 Stay...
06/01/2021

Today is the first official day of the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season.

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Today is the first official day of the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season and we already had our first named storm!

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🌀 Stay up-to-date with the latest hurricane forecast from NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center: nhc.noaa.gov

It's National EMS Week! We are proud that 11,000+ EMS professionals volunteer with the Medical Reserve Corps! Thank you ...
05/17/2021

It's National EMS Week! We are proud that 11,000+ EMS professionals volunteer with the Medical Reserve Corps! Thank you for all that you do for the MRC program and your community each and every day.

In April 2020, Fran Webb, a registered nurse, began volunteering with the MRC of West Georgia’s mobile #COVID19 testing ...
05/12/2021

In April 2020, Fran Webb, a registered nurse, began volunteering with the MRC of West Georgia’s mobile #COVID19 testing team, traveling to dozens of locations throughout the community to provide safe testing opportunities for residents, including at long-term care facilities and “pop up” locations at churches and parks.

As an experienced nurse who also works full-time at a local hospital, Fran’s expertise on swab testing techniques, personal protective measures, and patient communication skills were invaluable and the team has been lucky to have her as a trusted mentor. When asked why she volunteers, Fran said “Helping hands never collapse.” #NursesWeek #ThankANurse

In April 2020, Fran Webb, a registered nurse, began volunteering with the MRC of West Georgia’s mobile #COVID19 testing team, traveling to dozens of locations throughout the community to provide safe testing opportunities for residents, including at long-term care facilities and “pop up” locations at churches and parks.

As an experienced nurse who also works full-time at a local hospital, Fran’s expertise on swab testing techniques, personal protective measures, and patient communication skills were invaluable and the team has been lucky to have her as a trusted mentor. When asked why she volunteers, Fran said “Helping hands never collapse.” #NursesWeek #ThankANurse

During the pandemic, Terrie Gordon, a retired flight nurse and Sacramento MRC volunteer since 2017, is answering after-h...
05/12/2021

During the pandemic, Terrie Gordon, a retired flight nurse and Sacramento MRC volunteer since 2017, is answering after-hours calls from health care facilities for Sacramento County Public Health. She has also staffed their COVID-19 hotline and monitored patients post vaccination at a drive-through COVID-19 vaccination clinic. During the #COVID19 response effort, she has served 725 volunteer hours as a member of the Sacramento MRC.

When asked about volunteering, Terrie said, "From the Napa fire to the Sac Airport disaster drill to CalExpo COVID response, SMRC has afforded me unique opportunities to still be a nurse and be involved in my community. I love that!” #NursesWeek #ThankANurse

During the pandemic, Terrie Gordon, a retired flight nurse and Sacramento MRC volunteer since 2017, is answering after-hours calls from health care facilities for Sacramento County Public Health. She has also staffed their COVID-19 hotline and monitored patients post vaccination at a drive-through COVID-19 vaccination clinic. During the #COVID19 response effort, she has served 725 volunteer hours as a member of the Sacramento MRC.

When asked about volunteering, Terrie said, "From the Napa fire to the Sac Airport disaster drill to CalExpo COVID response, SMRC has afforded me unique opportunities to still be a nurse and be involved in my community. I love that!” #NursesWeek #ThankANurse

Linda DeLamar, a registered nurse for 47 years, has been an incredible asset to the Burlington County MRC in New Jersey....
05/11/2021

Linda DeLamar, a registered nurse for 47 years, has been an incredible asset to the Burlington County MRC in New Jersey. Between assisting with #COVID19 testing and vaccinations, she has volunteered more than 150 hours of her time to help support the county's response efforts.

When asked why she volunteers, Linda said “I guess my first ‘volunteer experience’ was going into the army out of high school. Volunteering is a way to help others and your community. Be part of the solution! And, of course any volunteer knows, no matter how much you give, you receive so much more!” #NursesWeek #ThankANurse

Linda DeLamar, a registered nurse for 47 years, has been an incredible asset to the Burlington County MRC in New Jersey. Between assisting with #COVID19 testing and vaccinations, she has volunteered more than 150 hours of her time to help support the county's response efforts.

When asked why she volunteers, Linda said “I guess my first ‘volunteer experience’ was going into the army out of high school. Volunteering is a way to help others and your community. Be part of the solution! And, of course any volunteer knows, no matter how much you give, you receive so much more!” #NursesWeek #ThankANurse

As part of National Nurses Week, we’re shining a spotlight on a few of the wonderful MRC nurses who have played a critic...
05/11/2021

As part of National Nurses Week, we’re shining a spotlight on a few of the wonderful MRC nurses who have played a critical role in #COVID19 response. Below is a spotlight on Kate Hanley, a registered nurse with the University of Texas at Austin MRC. #NursesWeek #ThankANurse

When the University of Texas at Austin teamed up with its @MedicalReserveCorps unit to fight #COVID19, Kate Hanley, a registered nurse with the Medical Reserve Corps, played a key role in the response by vetting, training, and readying more than 900 medical and non-medical volunteers.
This has been an enormous feat considering Kate is a full-time graduate student and works part-time as a nurse while volunteering roughly 6 hours per week for UTMRC.

In 2020, Kate also organized several UTMRC sponsored flu shot clinics and participated in mock disaster drills for nursing students. When asked why she volunteers, Kate said “I'm a nurse. Helping others is what we do." #NursesWeek #ThankANurse

05/06/2021

It's National Nurses Week! The MRC program thanks all nurses, especially MRC nurse volunteers, leaders, and partners who have been on the front lines of the fight against #COVID19. Our nation and our communities are incredibly grateful for their expertise, compassion, and care. #NursesWeek

During the month of February, MRC volunteers across the country dedicated more than 75,000 hours to #COVID19 vaccination...
04/29/2021

During the month of February, MRC volunteers across the country dedicated more than 75,000 hours to #COVID19 vaccination support in their communities. Check out the full MRC February monthly report at https://go.usa.gov/xsSuD.

During the month of February, MRC volunteers across the country dedicated more than 75,000 hours to #COVID19 vaccination support in their communities. Check out the full MRC February monthly report at https://go.usa.gov/xsSuD.

Spotlight on Eastern Massachusetts MRC units – Northern Essex County MRC, North Shore-Cape Ann MRC, Mystic Valley MRC, G...
04/23/2021

Spotlight on Eastern Massachusetts MRC units – Northern Essex County MRC, North Shore-Cape Ann MRC, Mystic Valley MRC, Greater Fall River MRC, Greater New Bedford MRC, Greater Taunton MRC, Middleborough Area MRC, Stoughton-Holbrook-Avon-Randolph MRC, and Bristol-Norfolk MRC.

Over the past year, MRC volunteers from each of these units have assisted with #COVID19 testing sites, call centers, food distribution, and vaccination clinics – among a host of other response roles. They are always ready to answer the call to help. Late last month, they received a request to deliver sanitation and infection control supplies to local health departments in 72 Massachusetts communities. Within 24 hours of the supply pallets arriving, more than 130 MRC volunteers had loaded them up and set off around the state to deliver to all 72 communities!

As we recognize the impact of volunteer service during #NVW, join us in congratulating the 2021 MRC Program Recognition ...
04/22/2021

As we recognize the impact of volunteer service during #NVW, join us in congratulating the 2021 MRC Program Recognition Awardees who are shining examples of the MRC network’s commitment, capabilities, and impact on local communities across the country. Read about their work and accomplishments here: https://go.usa.gov/xHXWz. Congratulations, 2021 awardees! #VolunteerMRC

As we recognize the impact of volunteer service during #NVW, join us in congratulating the 2021 MRC Program Recognition Awardees who are shining examples of the MRC network’s commitment, capabilities, and impact on local communities across the country. Read about their work and accomplishments here: https://go.usa.gov/xHXWz. Congratulations, 2021 awardees! #VolunteerMRC

04/21/2021
2021 National Volunteer Week - Thank You, MRC Volunteers!

16 months ago, MRC units began responding to the #COVID19 pandemic in their communities. Since that time, volunteers have served more than 1 million hours. To all the volunteers who have dedicated their time, talent, and professional expertise to this fight, we thank you. #NationalVolunteerWeek #NVW #VolunteerMRC

Happy #NationalVolunteerWeek, MRC volunteers! This week, we recognize all that MRC volunteers have done for their commun...
04/19/2021
A Proclamation on National Volunteer Week, 2021 | The White House

Happy #NationalVolunteerWeek, MRC volunteers! This week, we recognize all that MRC volunteers have done for their communities and our country in the fight against #COVID19. From testing support to medical care to mass vaccinations, your efforts have saved lives.

“Service — the act of looking out for one another — is part of who we are as a Nation. Our commitment to service reflects our understanding that we can best meet our challenges when we join together. This week, we recognize the enduring contributions of our Nation’s volunteers and encourage more Americans to join their ranks.”

Presidential Proclamation on National Volunteer Week: https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/presidential-actions/2021/04/16/a-proclamation-on-national-volunteer-week-2021/

We are living in a moment that calls for hope and light and love.  Hope for our futures, light to see our way forward, and love for one another.

Spotlight on the Upper Merrimack Valley MRC in Westford, MA! In the first three months of this year, more than 200 MRC v...
04/16/2021

Spotlight on the Upper Merrimack Valley MRC in Westford, MA! In the first three months of this year, more than 200 MRC volunteers contributed over 4,000 service hours. Among a variety of activities, these volunteers supported roughly 40 #COVID19 vaccination clinics….and their work continues. Thank you, Upper Merrimack Valley MRC!

Spotlight on Southwest Colorado Regional MRC in Durango, CO! Through their partnership with San Juan Basin Public Health...
04/15/2021

Spotlight on Southwest Colorado Regional MRC in Durango, CO! Through their partnership with San Juan Basin Public Health, the unit has assisted with a number of #COVID19 missions throughout the last year, including testing, contact tracing, and vaccinations – and the unit has grown their volunteer base by more than 600 new volunteers!

Spotlight on Southwest Colorado Regional MRC in Durango, CO! Through their partnership with San Juan Basin Public Health, the unit has assisted with a number of #COVID19 missions throughout the last year, including testing, contact tracing, and vaccinations – and the unit has grown their volunteer base by more than 600 new volunteers!

MRC volunteers have stepped up in incredible ways over the last year to take care of their communities in the midst of t...
04/12/2021

MRC volunteers have stepped up in incredible ways over the last year to take care of their communities in the midst of the #COVID19 pandemic. As we lead up to National Volunteer Week next week, we’ll be shining a spotlight on local units across the country to showcase their work. Today, we’re shining a spotlight on the Mid-Ohio Valley MRC in Parkersburg, WV! Working with community partners and the Mid-Ohio Valley Health Department, MRC volunteers help vaccinate over 1,300 community members at their weekly #COVID19 clinics.

It’s National Public Health Week. Thank you to all public health professionals and MRC volunteers who protect and streng...
04/05/2021

It’s National Public Health Week. Thank you to all public health professionals and MRC volunteers who protect and strengthen the health of local communities each and every day – yesterday, today, and tomorrow. #ThankYouPublicHealth #NPHW

It’s National Public Health Week. Thank you to all public health professionals and MRC volunteers who protect and strengthen the health of local communities each and every day – yesterday, today, and tomorrow. #ThankYouPublicHealth #NPHW

Spotlight on the Montgomery County MRC in Conroe, TX! The unit has been busy supporting #COVID19 response efforts over t...
04/01/2021

Spotlight on the Montgomery County MRC in Conroe, TX! The unit has been busy supporting #COVID19 response efforts over the last year, including call center operations and contact tracing, but this week…they set and broke their own “personal best record” by vaccinating 3,022 community members in a single day. Thank you, Montgomery County MRC!

Spotlight on the Montgomery County MRC in Conroe, TX! The unit has been busy supporting #COVID19 response efforts over the last year, including call center operations and contact tracing, but this week…they set and broke their own “personal best record” by vaccinating 3,022 community members in a single day. Thank you, Montgomery County MRC!

Spotlight on the Eastern Nebraska MRC in Papillion, NE! Since late December, Eastern Nebraska MRC volunteers have been s...
03/29/2021

Spotlight on the Eastern Nebraska MRC in Papillion, NE! Since late December, Eastern Nebraska MRC volunteers have been supporting multiple local health departments – Douglas County Health Department, Sarpy/Cass Health Department, and Three Rivers Public Health Department, Nebraska – with COVID-19 vaccination clinics. Volunteers have served more than 1,700 hours screening and vaccinating community members, as well as helping those who may not have internet or email access with setting up appointments. Great work, Eastern Nebraska MRC!

More than 300 MRC units are assisting communities with #COVID19 vaccination efforts in 43 states, Puerto Rico, American ...
03/25/2021

More than 300 MRC units are assisting communities with #COVID19 vaccination efforts in 43 states, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, and the Northern Mariana Islands, with more preparing to activate. Find out more about MRC vaccination efforts: https://www.phe.gov/Preparedness/news/Pages/mrc-COVID19-vaccination-efforts-25mar2021.aspx

More than 300 Medical Reserve Corps units are assisting communities with #COVID19 vaccination efforts in 43 states, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, and the Northern Mariana Islands, with more preparing to activate. Find out more about their efforts: https://www.phe.gov/Preparedness/news/Pages/mrc-COVID19-vaccination-efforts-25mar2021.aspx.

In federal fiscal year 2020, MRC units nationwide participated in 16,500+ activities, contributing roughly 820,000 volun...
03/24/2021

In federal fiscal year 2020, MRC units nationwide participated in 16,500+ activities, contributing roughly 820,000 volunteer service hours. MRC volunteers responded to the COVID-19 pandemic, hurricanes and tropical storms, wildfires, tornadoes, local disease outbreaks, and more. Interested in finding out how MRC units have worked to help make communities healthier in your state? Check out our individual state and territory highlights to learn about MRC presence and activities during federal fiscal year 2020: https://www.phe.gov/mrc/highlight/Pages/default.aspx

In federal fiscal year 2020, MRC units nationwide participated in 16,500+ activities, contributing roughly 820,000 volunteer service hours. MRC volunteers responded to the COVID-19 pandemic, hurricanes and tropical storms, wildfires, tornadoes, local disease outbreaks, and more. Interested in finding out how MRC units have worked to help make communities healthier in your state? Check out our individual state and territory highlights to learn about MRC presence and activities during federal fiscal year 2020: https://www.phe.gov/mrc/highlight/Pages/default.aspx

From coast to coast, MRC volunteers continue to vaccinate their communities in the fight against #COVID19. On February 6...
02/26/2021

From coast to coast, MRC volunteers continue to vaccinate their communities in the fight against #COVID19. On February 6, Capitol Region Medical Reserve Corps volunteers supported City of Hartford Department of Health and Human Services with “opening day” at a mass vaccination site at Dunkin’ Donuts Park in Hartford, CT. In Sacramento, CA, Sacramento Medical Reserve Corps volunteers have been busy supporting vaccination efforts at Cal Expo alongside the National Guard.

Virginia Medical Reserve Corps volunteers are helping their communities brave winter weather and continue #COVID19 vacci...
02/16/2021

Virginia Medical Reserve Corps volunteers are helping their communities brave winter weather and continue #COVID19 vaccination clinics across the state. On February 2, 90 volunteers from Henrico and Chickahominy, Richmond City, and Chesterfield MRC units assisted in vaccinating nearly 2,000 seniors. After their appointments, the snow didn't stop volunteers from using golf carts to help people get back to their vehicles safely. The Southwest VA MRC also served through winter weather to help Phase 1A and 1B clients safely arrive for their vaccination appointments.

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I’m impressed with the work done by our Vermont Dept of Health, keeping COVID numbers as low as possible. And I am honored to have the opportunity to support those efforts through volunteering through the Medical Reserve Corps !
"Resilience and Psychological First Aid" webinars are back! Free 2-hour training for CERT, MRC, and other community responders. This training is also now available as Facebook Social Learning Units in the Stress Into Strength page groups. This course won high praise from thousands of CERTs and others who took it last year. A year into the pandemic, we need these skills more than ever. Register on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/StressIntoStrengthBook/events/) or Eventbrite (http://Stress_Into_Strength.eventbrite.com)
Volunteered Saturday, 1/16/2021 at Oklahoma City-County Health Department. Honestly, that was the best day I've had in a long time. It felt so good to see all those folks being vaccinated. Thanks to the Volunteer Coordinators and all the folks who made it a success.
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Good Morning, I've been attempting to reach out to Florida MRC #63. I'm an active RN optimistically looking to volunteer to assist our communities with the Covid-19 vaccine asap. I live in Orlando Florida currently working in hospice and a student nurse practitioner. I am available Mondays-Thursdays. have completed two applications. I have called and left multiple messages. I cannot get a callback or email. Time is of the essence.
Regarding Covid 19. The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) in the Philippines is, according to a post copied here, currently doing trials to see how effective VCO is in combating the covid 19 virus, but have noted promising results. VCO is natural and totally safe. It is avaliable to most people at a local market under a common name. Please read, about 69 hospital patients and a number of jail workers treated with VCO. These were not clinical studies but just a treatment which provided promising data. Studies have proven that VCO has antimicrobial and immunomodulatory properties. Read on as. later in this post, you will see the promising results of those treated with VCO and just what VCO is. It at least appears it may possibly help protect one from the virus. Being a Navy Veteran of the Vietnam war it appears to me this could very well help shipboard virus problems. Later working in a hospital setting I also belive it is a shame it is not being widely tried in that setting. Everybody should possibly be using this. Please read the following post. Copy and paste or forward to whoever needs to see it. - - - - Covid 19 is a lipid (fat) encapsulated virus. This natural substance when made available in the body, migrates to and is absorbed into the lipid encasement destabilizing it and thus destroying many viruses and other similar microorganisms. This process is effective even against supergerms resistant to antibiotics. MCFAs (medium chain fatty acids) such as Lauric Acid (C-12), Capric Acid (C-10), Caprylic Acid (C-8), and the monoglycerides of these MCFAs such as monolaurin, monocapry and monocaprin are known to be highly antimicrobial and this is one way it may be done. All that were mentioned here are involved in what follows. Please read - - - -It looks like there is a distinct possibility protection and possibly a cure for Covid 19 may be avaliable. Governments around the world should be promoting this. --- Ongoing trials by DOST reveal virgin coconut oil’s promising results on treating, managing COVID Virgin coconut oil can possibly help prevent, manage and treat COVID-19 patients, research says. ANCX | Aug 03 2020 The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) is currently doing trials to see how effective VCO is in combatting the COVID-19 virus, but have noted promising results. As trials for coronavirus vaccines are still underway, we are left with no choice but to simply wait and do the necessary safety precautions—wear a mask and a face shield, wash our hands thoroughly, and observe physical distancing. But what if we add another to-do? According to Dr. Fabian M. Dayrit, president of the Integrated Chemists of the Philippines, we’ve got something locally available that can help prevent, manage, and treat novel coronavirus patients—virgin coconut oil (VCO). The doctor has been doing his studies on coconut oil for over 15 years. “There are two general strategies against viral diseases. First, to develop drugs which are directly antiviral, and second, to use the body’s own immune system to defend [itself] against the virus,” noted a research by Dr. Dayrit and Dr. Mary T. Newport, a neonatologist, international speaker, and an advocate for using coconut oil. According to Dr. Dayrit, there are enough studies to prove that VCO has antiviral and immunomodulatory properties. Upon ingestion, coconut oil produces lauric acid and monolaurin, two compounds which have been known for many years to have significant antiviral activity. Dr. Jose Mondejar, medical director Equilibrium Integrative Health Clinic, who had reached out to Dr. Dayrit regarding his VCO studies, gave the oil to 69 residents of Sitio Luz, Barangay Zapatera. They were among the first COVID-19 patients of Cebu City in April. They initially took 1 tablespoon of VCO twice a day, which later increased to thrice a day, he said in an interview with DZMM. Within 2 weeks, 45 of the 69 patients tested negative, while 24 did not develop worse symptoms. Similarly, VCO is also credited for keeping the Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center (CPDRC) COVID-free. After taking VCO starting May 15, 7 jail workers with COVID-19 tested negative for the pathogen within a week. Three other workers tested negative within 8 days, he said. The jail has not tallied any new case of COVID-19 since. Dr. Dayrit, who’s also a professor at the Ateneo de Manila University-School of Science and Engineering's chemistry department, clarifies that these are not clinical studies. “They were invited to treat people, not to do a study. What we did was to gather data so that it can be explained more rationally. In 30 days, [the confirmed COVID positive patients] were all eventually negative,” said Dr. Dayrit. - - - Although what you just read used virgin coconut oil most types of coconut oil have the same properties and should get the same results. Please consider the fact that 7 jail workers with Covid tested negative within a week and 3 others within 8 days after taking coconut oil with no subsequent new cases. It at least appears coconut oil may possibly protect against covid 19. Consider that 45 of 69 Covid hospital patients were negative in two weeks and the rest within 30 days. One can cook with coconut oil. It does not create body damaging free radicals like most cooking oils and the saturated fat is of a type good for the body. ADDITIONALLY Coconut oil requires no insulin or bile to metabolize providing instant energy which is really good for athletes. It detoxifies the body of many deadly toxins, is highly anticancer and greatly improves nutrient absorption helping to alleviate malnutrition. The medium-chain fatty acids (MCFAs) in coconut oil kill many deadly viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites yet is totally safe. The MCFAs in coconut oil kill candida which is normally held in check by friendly intestinal bacteria but runs amok when antibiotics kill off the friendly intestinal bacteria. Coconut oil does not harm the friendly intestinal bacteria and should be taken in conjunction with any antibiotics. Everybody should probably be taking coconut oil. Check out the group site"Coconut Trivia" and Go to Www. Coconut Research Center. Org (no spaces)
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Ongoing trials by DOST reveal virgin coconut oil’s promising results on treating, managing COVID Virgin coconut oil can possibly help prevent, manage and treat COVID-19 patients, research says. ANCX | Aug 03 2020 The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) is currently doing trials to see how effective VCO is in combatting the COVID-19 virus, but have noted promising results. As trials for coronavirus vaccines are still underway, we are left with no choice but to simply wait and do the necessary safety precautions—wear a mask and a face shield, wash our hands thoroughly, and observe physical distancing. But what if we add another to-do? According to Dr. Fabian M. Dayrit, president of the Integrated Chemists of the Philippines, we’ve got something locally available that can help prevent, manage, and treat novel coronavirus patients—virgin coconut oil (VCO). The doctor has been doing his studies on coconut oil for over 15 years. “There are two general strategies against viral diseases. First, to develop drugs which are directly antiviral, and second, to use the body’s own immune system to defend [itself] against the virus,” noted a research by Dr. Dayrit and Dr. Mary T. Newport, a neonatologist, international speaker, and an advocate for using coconut oil. According to Dr. Dayrit, there are enough studies to prove that VCO has antiviral and immunomodulatory properties. Upon ingestion, coconut oil produces lauric acid and monolaurin, two compounds which have been known for many years to have significant antiviral activity. Dr. Jose Mondejar, medical director Equilibrium Integrative Health Clinic, who had reached out to Dr. Dayrit regarding his VCO studies, gave the oil to 69 residents of Sitio Luz, Barangay Zapatera. They were among the first COVID-19 patients of Cebu City in April. They initially took 1 tablespoon of VCO twice a day, which later increased to thrice a day, he said in an interview with DZMM. Within 2 weeks, 45 of the 69 patients tested negative, while 24 did not develop worse symptoms. Similarly, VCO is also credited for keeping the Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center (CPDRC) COVID-free. After taking VCO starting May 15, 7 jail workers with COVID-19 tested negative for the pathogen within a week. Three other workers tested negative within 8 days, he said. The jail has not tallied any new case of COVID-19 since. Dr. Dayrit, who’s also a professor at the Ateneo de Manila University-School of Science and Engineering's chemistry department, clarifies that these are not clinical studies. “They were invited to treat people, not to do a study. What we did was to gather data so that it can be explained more rationally. In 30 days, [the confirmed COVID positive patients] were all eventually negative,” said Dr. Dayrit. For more information you can type www. Coconut Research Center. Org in a browser with no places. One can cook with coconut oil. It does not create body damaging free radicals like most cooking oils and the saturated fat is of a type good for the body. 4 hours ago Julia Louis Dreyfus Ongoing trials by DOST reveal virgin coconut oil’s promising results on treating, managing COVID Virgin coconut oil can possibly help prevent, manage and treat COVID-19 patients, research says. ANCX | Aug 03 2020 The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) is currently doing trials to see how effective VCO is in combatting the COVID-19 virus, but have noted promising results. As trials for coronavirus vaccines are still underway, we are left with no choice but to simply wait and do the necessary safety precautions—wear a mask and a face shield, wash our hands thoroughly, and observe physical distancing. But what if we add another to-do? According to Dr. Fabian M. Dayrit, president of the Integrated Chemists of the Philippines, we’ve got something locally available that can help prevent, manage, and treat novel coronavirus patients—virgin coconut oil (VCO). The doctor has been doing his studies on coconut oil for over 15 years. “There are two general strategies against viral diseases. First, to develop drugs which are directly antiviral, and second, to use the body’s own immune system to defend [itself] against the virus,” noted a research by Dr. Dayrit and Dr. Mary T. Newport, a neonatologist, international speaker, and an advocate for using coconut oil. According to Dr. Dayrit, there are enough studies to prove that VCO has antiviral and immunomodulatory properties. Upon ingestion, coconut oil produces lauric acid and monolaurin, two compounds which have been known for many years to have significant antiviral activity. Dr. Jose Mondejar, medical director Equilibrium Integrative Health Clinic, who had reached out to Dr. Dayrit regarding his VCO studies, gave the oil to 69 residents of Sitio Luz, Barangay Zapatera. They were among the first COVID-19 patients of Cebu City in April. They initially took 1 tablespoon of VCO twice a day, which later increased to thrice a day, he said in an interview with DZMM. Within 2 weeks, 45 of the 69 patients tested negative, while 24 did not develop worse symptoms. Similarly, VCO is also credited for keeping the Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center (CPDRC) COVID-free. After taking VCO starting May 15, 7 jail workers with COVID-19 tested negative for the pathogen within a week. Three other workers tested negative within 8 days, he said. The jail has not tallied any new case of COVID-19 since. Dr. Dayrit, who’s also a professor at the Ateneo de Manila University-School of Science and Engineering's chemistry department, clarifies that these are not clinical studies. “They were invited to treat people, not to do a study. What we did was to gather data so that it can be explained more rationally. In 30 days, [the confirmed COVID positive patients] were all eventually negative,” said Dr. Dayrit. For more information you can type www. Coconut Research Center. Org in a browser with no places. One can cook with coconut oil. It does not create body damaging free radicals like most cooking oils and the saturated fat is of a type good for the body.