It doesnt live in the blood. I have no idea how many treatments it would take. Depends on the strength of your immune system, how strong the virus is, how much other stuff is going on with your body, diet, exercise habits, stress level, etc.
IV injection of H202 is dangerous, not something you want to do at home, even if you have a nurse friend who can assist.
The protocol is sort of involved, and if not done correctly will burn your veins. Imagine explaining that to the emergency room staff...
An ozone machine will hook up to an oxygen source, convert the oxygen to ozone and it outputs through a tube.
Then this tube can be inserted inside of your portable steam sauna, and seep down through your skin.
You need to do more research first. Personally, I don't like H2O2. I think it is too hard on the body. Ozone is a lot safer, and no risk of burning your veins if done in a steam sauna.