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Daylily, I am looking for the post on Hydrotherapy but haven't found any. Guess I need to look deeper.

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Here is the link to the how-to. I don't think I had jposted this before. sorry!

 

 

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2 hours ago, Littlesister said:

There is no way to set the hot water tank that high. I checked mine and it only goes up to 140*.  If I can't hang clothes outside on line I have  sanitation button on my dryer and that gets really hot. Take the clothes out right after it cuts off and it will burn you. I have to let it cool down a bit before removing the clothes. My old dryer didn't have that feature. 

 

Boris the prime minister in now in ICU and got worse right after they put him in there. Don't think he has been incubated yet though. 

 

My granddaughter's DH is no better today and they still have not gotten the results of the test.  Granddaughter told me today she is tired, a slight cough and a bit of congestion.  Sounds like she also may be coming down with it and we are 3000 miles away and can't help her other than to send needed supplies.  Sent the cleaning supplies today but will still be a few days before she gets them.  Told her to take a bar of soap and a rag and soap up the rag and clean the door knobs and to wear gloves and then wash hands when she is done cleaning. That is about the only thing I can think of for her to clean with right now till her box comes.   Needless to say my brain is fried, worrying about those two. 

And now they are talking about pets.  A tiger from a zoo has tested positive and my granddaughter has 2 dogs and a cat. They said so far no dogs or cats have become sick or tested positive for this virus. 

Two dogs, maybe a third, and three cats.

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10,908 US deaths attributed to COVID as of 8:40 p.m.  Eastern, April 6

 

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Some people boil their laundry in a pot to sterilize it (especially baby clothes, cheesecloth, my face mask ^^,   etc.)  It can get that hot in a pot.  I have done this in my biggest stock pot when something was especially nasty but I wanted to keep it.  

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The on-going inability to test the living, and the dead, is likely under-counting the true scope of the pandemic. This CNN report, interviewing coroners in a number of states, describes the problem.

 

https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/06/health/coronavirus-coroners-uncounted-deaths-invs/index.html

 

I thought this was particularly telling:

 

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With concerns growing about the coronavirus death toll being incomplete because of lack of testing for the living, coroners and medical examiners said being unable to test the dead compounds the issue. They said they are worried that deaths are being significantly undercounted and that as a result, the statistics used by the federal and state governments to chart the virus's spread and severity are far from reliable. Contacts of the deceased may not get the warnings they need to help keep the disease from spreading; families may be left not knowing what killed their loved ones.spreading; families may be left not knowing what killed their loved ones.

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On 4/5/2020 at 7:28 AM, TheCG said:

Y'know, I'm seeing a distinct lack of differentiation between people who were already prepped and people who go clear out all the shelves.

 

A friend of mine posted this on Facebook.  it's part of a grocery store manager's rant, supposed, about being nice to the grocery store workers.

 

I'm wondering if she actually read the whole thing, 'cause I'm pretty certain her family is one that preps.

 

Definitely part of why you don't tell people what you have available.

 

 


EXACTLY. When I discuss anything prepping related in the real world, all I say is that I stock up for winter, just in case we get snowed in. I never let on just how long we could hold out. I don’t want anyone outside our family to know.

 

I am the gray woman. At work, I complain about the bare grocery shelves. I do not say that we’ll be OK.

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16 hours ago, Littlesister said:

thank you Daylily,  I am watching it now.

I hope it was helpful and that your GD will try it on her husband. I have used it for three different people with pneumonia and it works.

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ABOUT YOUR PETS

 

 

It's been a busy week in the media as a new study revealed cats not only could contract COVID-19 but they could pass it onto each other. And yesterday news broke that a Tiger in a Bronx Zoo tested positive for coronavirus.

 

We brought on infectious disease expert Dr. J. Scott Weese who tells us why we still don't need to panic and shares tips for managing the threat with cats & dogs. 

 

 

 

ALSO: 

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7 hours ago, Daylily said:

I hope it was helpful and that your GD will try it on her husband. I have used it for three different people with pneumonia and it works.

Told granddaughter about it and he won't do it.  But he may be going into pneumonia now. So she is going to try to work on him trying the hydrotherapy again. Maybe this time he will do it.  She went to school for physical therapy. But changed over to training police dogs and such. She was familiar with it. 

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12,844 US deaths are attributed to COVID-19

Updated April 7, 8:30 p.m. Eastern

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CDC estimates that influenza has caused between 140,000 – 810,000 hospitalizations and between 12,000 – 61,000 deaths annually since 2010.

CDC also says this is a worse than average flu year, and they're expecting 24,000 – 63,000 flu deaths.

 

That's the gauge of what's not worth shutting down the country over.  Wouldn't even bear discussion.  And we are only beginning to enter that zone of numbers.  So--even though they are concentrated in three places (NY, NOLA, Miami) that are not known for their attachment to reality--the numbers are beginning to get real.

 

While the original estimate was to see a corona-virus peak beginning a week and a half from now, or thereabouts, all these individuals putting on gloves (however incorrectly the glove was worn--one untouched surface might have made a difference like one spayed cat) and staying home have pushed back that date.

 

If you are wondering when to pull up the drawbridge, now might be a good time.

 

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From the Associated Press:

PALMETTO, Fla. (AP) — Mounds of harvested zucchini and yellow squash ripened and then rotted in the hot Florida sun. Juicy tomatoes were left to wither — unpicked — in farmers' fields.

Thousands of acres of fruits and vegetables grown in Florida are being plowed over or left to rot because farmers can’t sell to restaurants, theme parks or schools nationwide that have closed because of the coronavirus.

Other states are having the same issues — agriculture officials say leafy greens in California are being hit especially hard, and dairy farmers in Vermont and Wisconsin say they have had to dump a surplus of milk intended for restaurants.

With most of its harvests in the winter months, the problem is acute in Florida. For example, a few dozen people clamored to buy 25-pound (11- kilogram) boxes of Roma tomatoes direct from a packing plant over the weekend in Palmetto, a city on the western coast.

The cost per box? Just $5.

“This is a catastrophe,” said tomato grower Tony DiMare, who owns farms in south Florida and the Tampa Bay area. “We haven’t even started to calculate it. It’s going to be in the millions of dollars. Losses mount every day.”

Florida leads the U.S. in harvesting tomatoes, green beans, cabbage and peppers this time of year. While some of the crops are meant for grocery stores, many farmers cater solely to the so-called food service market — restaurants, schools and theme parks — hit hard as cities and states have ordered people to stay home and avoid others.

The loss has created a domino effect through the farming industry, Florida’s second-largest economic driver. It yields $155 billion in revenue and supports about 2 million jobs.

Many growers have donated produce to food banks, but there’s a limit on what the charities can accept and storage is an issue for perishable fruits and vegetables. DiMare said some central Florida food banks are full after theme parks shuttered and donated massive amounts of produce.

“We gave 400,000 pounds of tomatoes to our local food banks,” DiMare said. “A million more pounds will have to be donated if we can get the food banks to take it.”

Farmers are scrambling to sell to grocery stores, but it's not easy. Large chains already have contracts with farmers who grow for retail — many from outside the U.S.

“We can’t even give our product away, and we're allowing imports to come in here,” DiMare said.

He said 80 percent of the tomatoes grown in Florida are meant for now-shuttered restaurants and theme parks.

In the past week, 20 federal lawmakers from Florida and state Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried sent letters urging U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue to include Florida farmers in federal food purchase and distribution programs so the surplus crops can help feed the hungry and food insecure. Some 37 million Americans struggled with hunger before the pandemic, according to Feeding America, a nationwide network food banks.

The federal coronavirus relief act contains $9.5 billion in aid to farmers.

Some farmers have tried to branch out and sell produce boxes directly to customers, an approach taken in many places as the pandemic slams the restaurant and catering industries worldwide.

Wholesalers in London who usually sell fruit and vegetables to restaurants have pivoted to home deliveries. But large-scale farmers know selling harvest baskets won’t do much for their bottom line.

On the U.S. West Coast, farmers who grow lettuce and other leafy greens are feeling the pinch.

“The tail end of the winter vegetable season in Yuma, Arizona, was devastating for farmers who rely on food service buyers,” said Cory Lunde, spokesman for Western Growers, a group representing family farmers in California, Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico. “And now, as the production shifts back to Salinas, California, there are many farmers who have crops in the ground that will be left unharvested," particularly leafy greens.

He said a spike in demand for produce at the beginning of the outbreak has now subsided.

“People are staying home and not visiting the grocery stores as often," Lunde said. “So the dominoes are continuing to fall.”

In southern Florida, Paul Allen, president of R.C. Hatton Farms, took a video last week of row after row of vibrant green beans that were scheduled to be shipped to the restaurant industry.

“You can see this is a huge field of green beans,” he said, lifting his cellphone camera to show a tractor plowing all the healthy plants and their beans into the soil.

Allen, who farms about 12,000 acres (4,900 hectares) in Florida and Georgia, is praying that things improve by the time crops in north Florida and Georgia are ready to be harvested over the next two months.

“You just hope you can live another day,” Allen said.

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Associated Press writer Amy Taxin contributed to this report from Orange County, California.

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16 hours ago, Littlesister said:

Told granddaughter about it and he won't do it.  But he may be going into pneumonia now. So she is going to try to work on him trying the hydrotherapy again. Maybe this time he will do it.  She went to school for physical therapy. But changed over to training police dogs and such. She was familiar with it. 

 

I am praying he will agree to let her do the treatments on him.  I know I would tell my husband "I'm doing it anyway!"

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14,768 deaths attributed in the US

Per 9:30 p.m. Eastern update on April 8

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Drawbridge!  Definitely.  We'll see if DH will even be going out in 2 wks to do any shopping.  Wish he'd been able to get meds yesterday. 

 

So glad we're situated in these mountains.....sparse population density.  ....... :sigh:  EVEN IF we're predicted to be in the low single digits on Sunday/Monday nights.  Quite possible we could be BELOW ZERO ON EASTER SUNDAY NITE:frozen:   That's got to be a record.  That's also the reason we are Low Population Density up here in the frozen tundra.  :faint3:  We were close to 70* this afternoon, for petes sake!  

 

All these reports of food wasted makes me ill.  I know it's due to being set up for commercial/industrial deliveries but....how do we explain to hungry people [which could be anyone in the future months] that all that rotted?  ....there isn't a smilie that shows this emotion.... 

 

MtRider  .....we've got to do this better or ....  :feedme: 

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This is good to know about the mask. I have everything baking in the sun right now. All the mail I got today is out there. Had to set a rock on each piece to keep it all from blowing away. Still can't get the greenhouse set up where I want because of the higher winds today. Hopefully tomorrow we can move it from garage and get it secured outside. 

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7 Nicaragua
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4 Gambia
4 Sao Tome and Principe
4 Western Sahara
3 Burundi
3 South Sudan
2 Papua New Guinea
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16,513 US deaths attributed to coronavirus per April 9 update of 9:30 p.m. Eastern

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CO is one of the higher states...just topped 6,202.  Yet there are several counties with zero.  Not mine, unfortunately.  But we're sparsely populated and not many cases.  One is more than is comfortable.  :behindsofa:  Staying on my mountain.

 

Maui is holding and has a good number of recovered cases.  Been hearing of "recovered" testing positive again after testing negative. 

 

MtRider  :(  :pray:  

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Eight *confirmed* cases in my county now. Employee where I work who was out sick for three weeks with pneumonia WAS NOT TESTED. Like everywhere else in the USA testing here is not widespread. One co-worker with a dry cough and a few other symptoms WAS TURNED AWAY for testing when she requested a test at the suggestion of a doctor.
 

Health Department says they do not find any links between the confirmed cases.

 

 

 

 

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This new page is interesting:

UPDATED April 10th, 6:00 PM

The latest information shows 91 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were 13 new cases reported since yesterday’s 6:00 PM update.

The report indicates 18 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 1,592 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 5.7% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 10.8%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 16,826 to 17,968 since yesterday’s 6 PM update. Deaths increased from 371 to 419.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from 2.20% to 2.33%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 2,298 to 2,496.

 

The link is https://tallahasseereports.com/2020/04/09/leon-county-florida-covid-19-numbers/

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Something interesting just happened.  I was on the numbers site and the US number said 500,334 or 500,33x, Because I am not sure of the final digit. Then it changed to 499,252 when I touched it.  Someone was correcting or "correcting" the figures.  Not that this surprises us, right?

 

499,252 US
158,273 Spain
147,577 Italy
125,931 France
122,171 Germany
74,605 United Kingdom
68,192 Iran
47,029 Turkey
26,667 Belgium
24,551 Switzerland
23,249 Netherlands
22,148 Canada
19,789 Brazil
15,472 Portugal
13,560 Austria
11,917 Russia
10,450 Korea, South
10,408 Israel
9,685 Sweden
8,089 Ireland
7,600 India
7,161 Ecuador
6,501 Chile
6,314 Norway
6,215 Australia
6,014 Denmark
5,955 Poland
5,897 Peru
5,732 Czechia
5,530 Japan
5,467 Romania
4,695 Pakistan
4,346 Malaysia
4,195 Philippines
3,651 Saudi Arabia
3,512 Indonesia
3,441 Mexico
3,360 United Arab Emirates
3,223 Luxembourg
3,105 Serbia
2,974 Panama
2,769 Finland
2,620 Dominican Republic
2,512 Qatar
2,473 Colombia
2,473 Thailand
2,203 Ukraine
2,108 Singapore
2,011 Greece
2,003 South Africa
1,981 Belarus
1,975 Argentina
1,794 Egypt
1,761 Algeria
1,675 Iceland
1,495 Croatia
1,448 Morocco
1,438 Moldova
1,283 New Zealand
1,279 Iraq
1,258 Estonia
1,190 Hungary
1,160 Slovenia
999 Lithuania
993 Kuwait
991 Azerbaijan
937 Armenia
925 Bahrain
901 Bosnia and Herzegovina
820 Cameroon
812 Kazakhstan
715 Slovakia
712 Diamond Princess
711 North Macedonia
671 Tunisia
635 Bulgaria
624 Uzbekistan
612 Latvia
609 Lebanon
601 Andorra
595 Cyprus
564 Cuba
558 Costa Rica
521 Afghanistan
484 Oman
480 Cote d'Ivoire
473 Uruguay
448 Burkina Faso
438 Niger
424 Bangladesh
416 Albania
382 Honduras
378 Ghana
372 Jordan
350 Malta
344 San Marino
318 Mauritius
305 Nigeria
298 Kyrgyzstan
268 Bolivia
267 West Bank and Gaza
265 Senegal
257 Montenegro
257 Vietnam
250 Kosovo
234 Georgia
215 Congo (Kinshasa)
212 Guinea
190 Sri Lanka
189 Kenya
175 Venezuela
150 Djibouti
136 Brunei
129 Paraguay
126 Guatemala
119 Cambodia
118 Rwanda
117 El Salvador
109 Trinidad and Tobago
93 Madagascar
90 Monaco
87 Mali
79 Liechtenstein
76 Togo
67 Barbados
65 Ethiopia
63 Jamaica
60 Congo (Brazzaville)
53 Uganda
44 Gabon
42 Bahamas
40 Zambia
37 Guyana
37 Liberia
36 Guinea-Bissau
35 Benin
34 Eritrea
32 Tanzania
31 Haiti
27 Burma
24 Libya
21 Antigua and Barbuda
21 Somalia
20 Mozambique
19 Angola
19 Maldives
19 Syria
18 Equatorial Guinea
17 Sudan
16 Dominica
16 Fiji
16 Laos
16 Mongolia
16 Namibia
15 Saint Lucia
14 Grenada
13 Botswana
13 Zimbabwe
12 Eswatini
12 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
11 Chad
11 Seychelles
10 Belize
10 Suriname
9 MS Zaandam
9 Malawi
9 Nepal
8 Central African Republic
8 Holy See
8 Sierra Leone
7 Cabo Verde
7 Mauritania
7 Nicaragua
5 Bhutan
4 Gambia
4 Sao Tome and Principe
4 South Sudan
4 Western Sahara
3 Burundi
2 Papua New Guinea
2 Timor-Leste
1 Yemen

 

Total deaths attributed to corona virus in the US is 18, 693 as of the 9:30 p.m. Eastern update on April 10.

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Our county is up to 32 cases, I believe.

 

We're in oilfield country - I've been told that a lot of the kids that were going to the public schools have basically evaporated because when their parents lose their jobs/get a pay cut, they move on to somewhere else.  The RV parks are advertising openings on Facebook more than I was seeing before.

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