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Talked with my granddaughter that lives in CA. She and her DH just moved into their new house a couple of weeks ago. She has been stocking food, paper products and anything else she might need in case of trouble.  She had gone to a big box store to buy canned goods and she said she drove in and they were rioting at the door so she left really fast. She is now sticking with the mom and pop stores and going to all the farms that is around her. She is in the country.  Said they have a dairy farm, a farm where she can get all the meat she wants and lots of local farmers selling veggies. She is hitting all of them hard. She is also looking for a big chest freezer and having trouble finding one. Seems they are sold out there as well. She is going to retire when she turns 40. She traveled all over the world for her job and now she is working from home. She is not allowed now to travel out of country due to the Corvid virus. She is 35 years old now and will be 36 in Nov. So 4 1/2 years she will be retired. Though her DH will still be working. So I now have two granddaughters that are gearing up for whatever happens.  :hapydancsmil:

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4,176,416 US
2,394,513 Brazil
1,337,024 India
805,332 Russia
434,200 South Africa
385,036 Mexico
375,961 Peru
343,592 Chile
300,270 United Kingdom
288,839 Iran
273,113 Pakistan
272,421 Spain
264,973 Saudi Arabia
245,864 Italy
233,541 Colombia
225,173 Turkey
221,178 Bangladesh
217,801 France
206,278 Germany
158,334 Argentina
115,470 Canada
109,036 Qatar
107,573 Iraq
97,286 Indonesia
91,583 Egypt
86,335 China
80,226 Kazakhstan
80,036 Ecuador
78,997 Sweden
78,412 Philippines
74,858 Oman
67,002 Belarus
66,456 Bolivia
65,317 Ukraine
65,199 Belgium
63,309 Kuwait
60,896 Dominican Republic
60,678 Israel
58,864 Panama
58,562 United Arab Emirates
52,984 Netherlands
49,955 Portugal
49,888 Singapore
44,492 Guatemala
43,678 Romania
42,622 Poland
39,977 Nigeria
38,747 Bahrain
37,559 Honduras
36,996 Armenia
36,036 Afghanistan
34,302 Switzerland
32,124 Kyrgyzstan
31,851 Ghana
29,684 Japan
29,633 Azerbaijan
26,764 Algeria
25,869 Ireland
22,852 Serbia
22,828 Moldova
20,338 Austria
19,952 Uzbekistan
19,645 Morocco
18,483 Nepal
16,708 Cameroon
16,643 Kenya
15,494 Cote d'Ivoire
15,212 Czechia
14,600 Costa Rica
14,263 Venezuela
14,221 El Salvador
14,092 Korea, South
13,950 Australia
13,643 Denmark
13,248 Ethiopia
11,385 Sudan
10,312 Bulgaria
10,306 West Bank and Gaza
9,934 North Macedonia
9,767 Bosnia and Herzegovina
9,552 Senegal
9,111 Norway
8,884 Malaysia
8,866 Madagascar
8,801 Congo (Kinshasa)
7,388 Finland
7,260 Haiti
7,150 Tajikistan
6,984 Gabon
6,927 Guinea
6,917 Kosovo
6,189 Luxembourg
6,151 Mauritania
5,039 Djibouti
4,792 Croatia
4,637 Albania
4,598 Central African Republic
4,424 Hungary
4,328 Paraguay
4,328 Zambia
4,166 Greece
3,582 Lebanon
3,453 Malawi
3,439 Nicaragua
3,282 Thailand
3,252 Maldives
3,178 Somalia
3,071 Equatorial Guinea
3,038 Congo (Brazzaville)
2,770 Sri Lanka
2,747 Montenegro
2,547 Libya
2,503 Mali
2,478 Cuba
2,434 Zimbabwe
2,258 Cabo Verde
2,258 South Sudan
2,142 Eswatini
2,141 Slovakia
2,066 Slovenia
2,033 Estonia
2,001 Lithuania
1,954 Guinea-Bissau
1,843 Iceland
1,768 Sierra Leone
1,752 Rwanda
1,694 Benin
1,687 Namibia
1,674 Yemen
1,616 Mozambique
1,556 New Zealand
1,443 Tunisia
1,381 Suriname
1,206 Latvia
1,174 Uruguay
1,155 Liberia
1,154 Jordan
1,124 Niger
1,117 Georgia
1,103 Uganda
1,086 Burkina Faso
1,053 Cyprus
916 Angola
915 Chad
897 Andorra
862 Sao Tome and Principe
853 Togo
831 Jamaica
712 Diamond Princess
699 San Marino
686 Botswana
686 Malta
627 Syria
509 Tanzania
458 Taiwan*
419 Lesotho
417 Vietnam
360 Guyana
348 Burma
345 Burundi
344 Mauritius
340 Comoros
326 Bahamas
288 Mongolia
277 Gambia
263 Eritrea
225 Cambodia
147 Trinidad and Tobago
141 Brunei
116 Monaco
108 Barbados
108 Seychelles
92 Bhutan
86 Liechtenstein
82 Antigua and Barbuda
52 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
48 Belize
39 Papua New Guinea
27 Fiji
24 Saint Lucia
24 Timor-Leste
23 Grenada
20 Laos
18 Dominica
17 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
10 Western Sahara

 

State/Territory Cases in Last 7 Days
Florida
74,468
California
69,170
Texas
62,254
Georgia
26,218
Arizona
17,778
Tennessee
15,259
Louisiana
15,144
North Carolina
13,518
Alabama
12,983
South Carolina
12,547
Mississippi
10,268
Ohio
9,466
Illinois
9,190
Missouri
8,062
Virginia
7,236
Wisconsin
6,659
Nevada
6,637
Pennsylvania
6,384
Maryland
5,848
Oklahoma
5,813
Indiana
5,785
Washington
5,757
Arkansas
5,487
Minnesota
4,821
Michigan
4,479
Kentucky
4,326
Utah
4,289
Colorado
3,636
Iowa
3,549
Idaho
3,512
Kansas
3,144
Puerto Rico
3,087
New York*
2,441
Oregon
2,302
New York City*
2,287
Massachusetts
2,106
New Mexico
2,019
Nebraska
1,813
New Jersey
1,794
West Virginia
912
Connecticut
883
Montana
881
North Dakota
829
Delaware
773
District of Columbia
534
Alaska
516
Rhode Island
431
South Dakota
411
Wyoming
336
Hawaii
217
New Hampshire
210
Maine
113
Virgin Islands
69
Vermont
51
Guam
20
Northern Mariana Islands
1

 

146,418 US deaths attributed to the corona virus.  Notice that this number has gone up by more than 1000 in each of the last several days.

 

Tonight's numbers, July 25.

 

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Texas hospital forced to set up 'death panel' as Covid-19 cases surge

Michael Sainato
The GuardianJuly 25, 2020, 11:00 PM

A surge in coronavirus cases in rural Texas has forced one hospital to set up “death panels” to decide which patients it can save and which ones will be sent home to die.

Doctors at Starr County Memorial Hospital, the only hospital in Starr County, have been issued with critical care guidelines to decide which Covid-19 patients it will treat and which ones will be sent home because they are likely to die. The committee is being formed to alleviate the hospital’s limited medical resources so doctors can focus on patients with higher survival rates.

Starr county began experiencing increases in coronavirus cases in early July, with 1,769 confirmed cases reported as of 24July, 17 confirmed fatalities and 33 fatalities pending confirmation from the state. The county had gone several weeks in the early months of the coronavirus pandemic without reporting any cases. Starr county, along the US-Mexico border, has a population of around 64,000 people.

Officials blamed social gatherings for the surge in cases.

“We are seeing the results of socialization during the 4th of July, vacations, and other social opportunities,” wrote Starr county Judge Elroy Vera on the county’s Facebook page. “Unfortunately, Starr County Memorial Hospital has limited resources and our doctors are going to have to decide who receives treatment, and who is sent home to die by their loved ones.”

The county issued a shelter in place order on 24 July, and enacted curfews and mandatory face coverings. The first hurricane of 2020 to make landfall in the US, category one Hurricane Hanna, travelled through Starr county over the weekend, forcing some drive-through testing centers to temporarily close down.

“I have been a nurse for almost 30 years and I had never seen a time like this in our community,” said Corando Rios, a nurse at Starr County Memorial Hospital’s Covid-19 unit. He tested positive for coronavirus a few days ago and is recovering at home in quarantine.

“We are not ICU [intensive care unit] capable, but we are doing ICU work. We now have a state emergency response team of nurses, medics, respiratory therapists, and nurse assistants, and last week two doctors, nurses, and respiratory therapists came from the US Navy,” added Rios. “We are doing the best we can with the resources available.”

The guidelines have been referred to as “death panels” by critics of the Trump administration. The phrase was first popularized by Republican critics of Barack Obama’s healthcare reforms when they inaccurately claimed “death panels” would be used to decide who received critical treatment.

Starr county is not the first place to be forced to draw up guidelines for which Covid 19 patients it will treat. Critical care standards were first enacted in the US in Arizona on 3 July in response to requests from health service providers around the state. In early July, Arizona became a global coronavirus hot spot, though rates of positive cases have decreased since then.

“The standards have been activated by the state but I don’t think hospitals are using them right now,” said Will Humble, executive director of the Arizona Public Health Association. At present hospitals transfer coronavirus patients to different facilities to avoid capacity issues. “That may change this fall as demand for non-covid hospitalization begins to increase.”

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On 7/24/2020 at 4:35 PM, Jeepers said:

I see people, mostly guys, get out of their car and tie a bandana on. Problem is, the bottom part is hanging loose. They look like the bad guys in a John Wayne western. Then they get back in the car and take it off. You know they are using the same 'mask' in the next store they go in. Probably using the same one for weeks at at time if the truth be known.

 

This IS the new reality, and also almost 100% proof that the continuing health "crisis" is political, not medical.

 

Here in CA, all that is required is a "face covering" much like you just described. And even those aren't worn correctly most of the time by those who favor the idea. Lots of people are walking around with bandannas covering their mouths but their nose is hanging out over the top of it. The danger here is that, while they think they are being good little citizens and helping to stop the spread of CV19, they are in fact still sending possibly contaminated respirations out into the atmosphere!

 

The other "danger" is, these are the "Karen" types who confront those in non-compliance with their state't EOs. At least if I'm NOT wearing a mask you "know" you need to stay 6 ft away from me, but you think you are "safe" as long as I have my mouth covered!

 

Here is an interesting video about the whole debacle. Be warned that "Mr. Salty" uses very salty language! :ashamed0002:

 

 

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In those ten states graphed above, it is medical as opposed to political.  In other states, the question is whether you want to join the medical club.

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So far it's pretty obvious that state advisories/mandates/rulings increase mask-wearing only somewhat.  The bottom line is:  we all have personal responsibility for our own choices.  And to follow what we believe is safe for us.  Obviously others passing this virus around with COVID PARTIES and other really risky behavior is NOT helping our choices.  BUT ultimately, we are responsible for us.

 

---IF..... after doing research on specific mask types AND HOW TO WEAR THEM....if that isn't what individuals choose to do.. :shrug:  

 

---IF.... other individuals believe the masks have at least enough benefit to warrant wearing them, even if others around do not.....  :shrug:

 

We're never going to come to complete consensus on this [or any other topic].   Soooo...go to Plan B....INDIVIDUAL CHOICE.  

 

Personally, I've chosen a fairly drastic mode to keep my risk very low for myself.  I HAVE THE OPTION to simply not. go. out.  Or very VERY little, like medical appt.  Loads of folks do not have that option.  But many can choose that more than they do...but simply don't want to chose that option.    [ahem...you do have to get creative so as not to go crazy with this option  :sassing:  but I've had a decade or more experience with that already]. 

 

Other individual options:

..Wearing a mask that's as good as you can find/make/afford .....and sanitizing with whatever latest research you believe,  is another option. 

....If others are not wearing a mask...or not wearing what you believe to be inadequate mask/not sanitizing up to the standards you believe in.......anyone has the right to DISTANCE.  Leave the store.  Back up 10 paces.  Go to the next aisle.  :shrug:  Whatever you chose to do that is within YOUR personal options in that moment.  LOOK for your choices.... 

 

This is the opposite of mandates upon others.  Because some others have not drawn the same conclusion about masks... as is their RIGHT. 

....and some don't care to THINK and RESEARCH and draw CONCLUSIONS.  They just want to live as they always have but that's the third category of "non-informed/not-interested" folks.  [not likely to find them at MrsS.]  

 

Cuz this is American culture  :americanflag:   [well, for most of us at MrsS but not all ]  and we don't follow mandates all that well.   :grinning-smiley-044:   If this is true, then we are RESPONSIBLE TO USE OUR INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM for choices wisely.  

 

Since early March I've had exposure thru:

DH's job [he wears mask/changes clothes/shower] - higher risk and he's cutting that back soon.

few minutes in feed store

nephew-wife-son visited us [they slept in tent LOL cuz we don't have room] - most high risk due to their choices

DH's trips to grocery in early hours twice a month - certainly some risk

talked with my folks at distance on their porch twice

doc appt last week - only saw 4 other people in that side of bldg....yet, it's airborne  :shrug: 

 

These were my choices and I reduced risk without relying on anyone else's choices.  I take other people's choices in mind when deciding what my choices will be....

 

The only community risk that involves all of us is overrunning the medical facility.  That is one way the choices of others will threaten me.   Even more, I need to make personal choices:  as in....REDUCE MY RISK to NEED the ER or ICU.   :buttercup:   Yeah, note to self:  STOP FALLING DOWN....or at least land better! 

 

This is my view.  NO simple answers.  This situation has been hard and is continuing to be hard.  This is how I choose to look at it and maneuver around it.

 

MtRider  :grouphug:    .....we've been doing "Distance Hugging" for decades, riiight? 

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4,229,624 US
2,419,091 Brazil
1,385,685 India
811,073 Russia
445,433 South Africa
390,516 Mexico
375,961 Peru
345,790 Chile
301,020 United Kingdom
291,172 Iran
273,113 Pakistan
272,421 Spain
266,941 Saudi Arabia
246,118 Italy
240,795 Colombia
226,100 Turkey
223,453 Bangladesh
217,801 France
206,667 Germany
162,526 Argentina
115,787 Canada
110,032 Iraq
109,305 Qatar
98,778 Indonesia
92,062 Egypt
86,509 China
81,720 Kazakhstan
80,448 Philippines
80,036 Ecuador
78,997 Sweden
76,005 Oman
68,281 Bolivia
67,132 Belarus
66,261 Ukraine
65,727 Belgium
63,773 Kuwait
62,908 Dominican Republic
61,956 Israel
58,913 United Arab Emirates
58,864 Panama
52,984 Netherlands
50,369 Singapore
50,164 Portugal
45,053 Guatemala
44,798 Romania
43,065 Poland
40,532 Nigeria
39,131 Bahrain
38,438 Honduras
37,317 Armenia
36,157 Afghanistan
34,412 Switzerland
32,813 Kyrgyzstan
32,437 Ghana
30,519 Japan
30,050 Azerbaijan
27,357 Algeria
25,881 Ireland
23,730 Serbia
23,034 Moldova
20,531 Uzbekistan
20,472 Austria
20,278 Morocco
18,613 Nepal
16,708 Cameroon
16,643 Kenya
15,596 Cote d'Ivoire
15,324 Czechia
15,229 Costa Rica
14,929 Venezuela
14,630 El Salvador
14,403 Australia
14,150 Korea, South
13,968 Ethiopia
13,665 Denmark
11,385 Sudan
10,469 West Bank and Gaza
10,427 Bulgaria
10,086 North Macedonia
9,767 Bosnia and Herzegovina
9,681 Senegal
9,295 Madagascar
9,117 Norway
8,897 Malaysia
8,831 Congo (Kinshasa)
7,393 Finland
7,297 Haiti
7,192 Tajikistan
7,008 Guinea
6,984 Gabon
6,917 Kosovo
6,272 Luxembourg
6,171 Mauritania
5,050 Djibouti
4,857 Croatia
4,763 Albania
4,599 Central African Republic
4,481 Zambia
4,444 Paraguay
4,435 Hungary
4,193 Greece
3,750 Lebanon
3,557 Malawi
3,439 Nicaragua
3,302 Maldives
3,291 Thailand
3,178 Somalia
3,071 Equatorial Guinea
3,038 Congo (Brazzaville)
2,782 Sri Lanka
2,747 Montenegro
2,669 Libya
2,512 Zimbabwe
2,510 Mali
2,495 Cuba
2,258 Cabo Verde
2,258 South Sudan
2,207 Eswatini
2,179 Slovakia
2,082 Slovenia
2,034 Estonia
2,008 Lithuania
1,954 Guinea-Bissau
1,847 Iceland
1,821 Rwanda
1,783 Sierra Leone
1,775 Namibia
1,770 Benin
1,681 Yemen
1,669 Mozambique
1,556 New Zealand
1,452 Tunisia
1,439 Suriname
1,219 Latvia
1,192 Uruguay
1,168 Jordan
1,162 Liberia
1,131 Georgia
1,124 Niger
1,115 Uganda
1,086 Burkina Faso
1,053 Cyprus
932 Angola
915 Chad
897 Andorra
862 Sao Tome and Principe
853 Togo
837 Jamaica
712 Diamond Princess
700 Malta
699 San Marino
686 Botswana
650 Syria
509 Tanzania
505 Lesotho
458 Taiwan*
420 Vietnam
361 Burundi
360 Guyana
354 Comoros
350 Burma
344 Mauritius
342 Bahamas
288 Mongolia
277 Gambia
263 Eritrea
225 Cambodia
147 Trinidad and Tobago
141 Brunei
116 Monaco
114 Seychelles
108 Barbados
93 Bhutan
86 Liechtenstein
82 Antigua and Barbuda
62 Papua New Guinea
52 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
48 Belize
27 Fiji
24 Saint Lucia
24 Timor-Leste
23 Grenada
20 Laos
18 Dominica
17 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
10 Western Sahara

 

State/Territory Total Cases Confirmed Probable
California
445,400
N/A
N/A
Florida
409,585
N/A
N/A
Texas
375,846
N/A
N/A
New York City*
224,894
220,266
4,628
New York*
187,668
N/A
N/A
New Jersey
178,858
N/A
N/A
Illinois
171,125
169,883
1,242
Georgia
165,188
N/A
N/A
Arizona
160,041
160,041
0
Massachusetts
115,274
108,107
7,167
North Carolina
111,092
N/A
N/A
Pennsylvania
107,425
104,401
3,024
Louisiana
103,734
N/A
N/A
Tennessee
90,796
89,850
946
Michigan
85,622
76,978
8,644
Virginia
84,567
81,393
3,174
Maryland
83,748
N/A
N/A
Ohio
83,184
78,735
4,449
South Carolina
80,008
79,674
334
Alabama
78,130
76,314
1,816
Indiana
61,520
N/A
N/A
Mississippi
52,304
51,639
665
Washington
51,849
N/A
N/A
Wisconsin
51,715
47,870
3,845
Minnesota
50,291
N/A
N/A
Connecticut
48,776
46,806
1,970
Colorado
43,789
40,628
3,161
Nevada
42,037
N/A
N/A
Iowa
41,671
N/A
N/A
Missouri
40,709
N/A
N/A
Utah
38,064
37,770
294
Arkansas
37,981
N/A
N/A
Oklahoma
30,360
30,074
286
Kentucky
26,764
25,390
1,374
Kansas
25,109
24,572
537
Nebraska
24,395
N/A
N/A
New Mexico
18,788
N/A
N/A
Rhode Island
18,224
N/A
N/A
Idaho
17,827
16,735
1,092
Oregon
16,492
16,492
0
Puerto Rico
15,143
5,236
9,907
Delaware
14,175
13,179
996
District of Columbia
11,717
N/A
N/A
South Dakota
8,305
N/A
N/A
New Hampshire
6,415
N/A
N/A
North Dakota
5,876
N/A
N/A
West Virginia
5,821
5,687
134
Maine
3,814
3,408
406
Montana
3,342
3,342
0
Wyoming
2,446
2,008
438
Alaska
2,338
N/A
N/A
Hawaii
1,516
N/A
N/A
Vermont
1,396
N/A
N/A
Virgin Islands
361
N/A
N/A
Guam
337
N/A
N/A
Northern Mariana Islands
40
40
0

 

State/Territory Cases in Last 7 Days
Florida
76,384
California
70,037
Texas
58,116
Georgia
25,316
Arizona
18,776
Louisiana
15,144
Tennessee
14,460
North Carolina
13,134
Alabama
12,896
South Carolina
12,396
Mississippi
9,665
Ohio
9,362
Illinois
9,340
Missouri
8,461
Nevada
7,348
Virginia
7,137
Wisconsin
6,616
Pennsylvania
6,398
Indiana
5,866
Washington
5,823
Maryland
5,617
Arkansas
5,448
Oklahoma
5,304
Kentucky
4,580
Michigan
4,284
Minnesota
4,087
Utah
4,019
Colorado
4,001
Iowa
3,630
Idaho
3,525
Kansas
3,144
Puerto Rico
3,080
New York*
2,484
Oregon
2,343
New York City*
2,106
New Mexico
2,052
New Jersey
2,044
Massachusetts
2,036
Nebraska
1,914
West Virginia
899
Connecticut
883
Montana
871
North Dakota
857
Delaware
746
Alaska
543
District of Columbia
523
South Dakota
443
Rhode Island
431
Wyoming
338
Hawaii
271
New Hampshire
227
Maine
168
Virgin Islands
78
Vermont
58
Guam
19
Northern Mariana Islands
3

 

146,909 US deaths attributed.

Tonight's numbers, July 26.

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Florida now has second-most confirmed COVID-19 cases
More than 9,300 new cases were reported in Florida on Sunday, along with 78 new deaths. The state has recorded more than 5,000 new cases per day for 33 consecutive days.

Florida’s nearly 424,000 coronavirus cases as of Sunday are surpassed only by California, which has more than 450,000. With 39.5 million residents, California has almost double Florida’s population of 21.4 million.

New York, slightly less populous than Florida with 19.4 million residents, has close to 412,000 cases and was once the epicenter of the virus in the U.S. Texas, the only state besides California with more people than Florida, has about 390,000 cases.

– Rachael Thomas, Florida Today; Associated Press

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So far it's pretty obvious that state advisories/mandates/rulings increase mask-wearing only somewhat.  The bottom line is:  we all have personal responsibility for our own choices.  And to follow what we believe is safe for us.  Obviously others passing this virus around with COVID PARTIES and other really risky behavior is NOT helping our choices.  BUT ultimately, we are responsible for us.

 

I don't wear a mask unless mandated. In most cases, I just walk away and don't shop there anymore. I have found drive-through or pick-up at the door quite adequate. It has really saved us money on window shopping. It's time we learned to live on less and not demand so much as a nation. With the riots increasing in intensity and violence, I'm not about to expose us to such insanity. I'm so thankful when we retired we went back to the country, and now have mama living with us. I'd be so stressed if she had been left in the city with her depression and dementia.  :0327:

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I've been seeing this going around: https://www.yourbasin.com/news/study-these-are-the-six-covid-19-symptom-clusters-to-watch-for/

 

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Here are the six clusters of symptoms outlined in the study, according to CBS News:

  1. Flu-like with no fever: Headache, loss of smell, muscle pains, cough, sore throat, chest pain, no fever.
  2. Flu-like with fever: Headache, loss of smell, cough, sore throat, hoarseness, fever, loss of appetite.
  3. Gastrointestinal: Headache, loss of smell, loss of appetite, diarrhea, sore throat, chest pain, no cough.
  4. Severe Level 1, fatigue: Headache, loss of smell, cough, fever, hoarseness, chest pain, fatigue.
  5. Severe Level 2, confusion: Headache, loss of smell, loss of appetite, cough, fever, hoarseness, sore throat, chest pain, fatigue, confusion, muscle pain.
  6. Severe Level 3, abdominal and respiratory: Headache, loss of smell, loss of appetite, cough, fever, hoarseness, sore throat, chest pain, fatigue, confusion, muscle pain, shortness of breath, diarrhea, abdominal pain.

 

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Is anyone else very concerned that the mask mandates will turn into the vaccine mandates?

 

Right now, many governors signed mandates requiring masks to be worn to enter places of business, medical care, anywhere near other people, ect.

In the not too distant future, will those same places require a "vaccine certificate"/proof of vaccine to enter?   :(

 

I look at the reasons for mask wearing and think most of those reasons will be used to urge, then force, vaccines.  

 

 

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Don't know how many people know what the Bible says about the end times. But we are now nearing the end of the Church age. They allow abortion clinics to remain open, but churches must close. Though some are having stay in your car services and such at this time. They will close our churches down again.  We are heading for a cashless society. There is no coin shortage. Thank about it. Gov. control. Our food suppliers are closing due to workers getting the virus. Our shortage of tin for making cans for veggies in stores, (China made) thus our canning supplies also China.  There are no manufactures here in the USA any longer as our government sold us out to China. And yes this virus will not be mandatory at first but that is coming down the pipes. ( Mark of the beast). They will have something in those viruses about the size of a grain of rice that can track your every move. And yes if you check it out you will find prove of what is really going on. I will try to find the info about it again. I should have saved it.  Go on some of these Christian sites. Jan Markell is one of those. There are others as well that talk about end times prophecy. The far left is no longer what we think it is. They want more power, money and full control of we the people. black lives matter and the other things are not what you think either. They the government is and the evil that is behind it. George Soros and Bill Gates are two that are using their trillions of money to fund what is happening in the USA. You really need to do a lot of research on this. It is what I have been doing until DH got sick a few months ago. I really need to go back and do more research as soon as I can but you really need to check this stuff out. None of it is what you think it is. Read up on Venezuela and other countries like them. It's heading our way.

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Republican senator Jason Rapert was hospitalised with coronavirus and pneumonia on 24 July. Earlier in the year, as many states were beginning to take social distancing measures to attempt to control the spread of the virus, Mr Rapert shared an article on Facebook that called the pandemic the “biggest political hoax in history”.  He has been critical of policies taken to stop the spread of Covid-19 in various social media posts over the last few months and was filmed last week not wearing a face mask at a church service, according to Raw Story.

Although the senator has been pictured wearing a mask previously, he has also been critical of Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson’s executive order that made wearing a face covering mandatory in the state when people are outside and when social distancing is not possible. Mr Rapert described the mandate as “an overreach of executive power without consultation with the members of the Arkansas legislature,” in a social media post last week.

The senator added: “I understand the governor has expanded authority during a declared state of emergency, but with most people already complying where necessary and the death rates, hospitalisation rates and positivity test rates all hovering just below 1% in our state — I believe this mandate was ill timed and not necessary.”  Speaking about the mandate, Mr Hutchinson said: “We believe this is important from a public health standpoint,” and added: “It is something that is necessary in Arkansas with the cases we’ve had.”

Following his hospitalisation, Mr Rapert released a statement, where he wrote that “this is a difficult time for my family, but we know that God is with us always. We’re sincerely grateful for the many prayers of love and support that have been expressed on our behalf.  We have all been doing our best to wear a mask, social distance and be careful like everyone else. This virus is serious and can attack anyone regardless of age or general health.”

 

Arkansas recently saw a rise in coronavirus cases and last week recorded its second and third highest daily totals since the pandemic began, with 10,013 on Wednesday and 990 on Thursday, according to AlterNet.  On Sunday, the state recorded another 642 new positive test results, which took its overall total to 38,623 cases and 401 deaths.  According to a tracking project hosted by Johns Hopkins University, in the US as a whole, some 4.2 million people have tested positive for coronavirus. The death toll has reached at least 146,935.

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Little Sister, the average person's phone and the chips in all those debit and bank cards track his or her every move.  They don't have to or want to track individuals; they want to track movements,  the swarm of dots you see moving when you see a flock or a school or a herd from a distance...no single person (card-carrying or not) is important unless he or she causes a change in the movement of the other dots--and if that person does, that person becomes visible enough.  The masses of  dots are already visible, are already tracked. The patterns of movement are already bought and sold.  The herds are already herded.  They don't need any tracking device in a covid vaccine, and if they wanted an implanted tracking device, it would be put in something that was already used.  You are listening to the wrong people.  We are staring at the meltdown of our age, and we have to keep our attention focused on what the actual dangers are.  Don't let wild stories distract you, keep you from recognizing the real dangers of these very confusing days. 

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The Bible speaks of a mark in the right hand or for head.  Not one you carry around. The vaccine may very well be what that mark is. go to Jan Markell and you can learn a lot about what is happening behind the all this mess going on. My phone is in a case that can't be tracked. So are my cards. Others are doing the same thing. So it would have to be a mark in the body to trace us. The Bible speaks that you will not be able to buy nor sale without the mark. Thus, there has already been talk about if you don't get this vaccine you will not be allowed to go anywhere. Children that don't get vaccinated will not be allowed in school. So no vaccine no work. No buying of food or anything else till you get that vaccine. This is coming down the pipes rather we like it or not.  I don't know how to explain this any better. Maybe others that know Bible prophacy can word it better than me. 

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By the mark, you're probably talking about the hand-stamp required to get through a checkpoint, don't you think?  Something that could be changed in an instant, kept as fluid as the situation demanded.  An inserted device wouldn't allow that.  And an inserted device is not a mark on the hand or the forehead.  Nobody gets a vaccination where the skin is so close to bone.

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4,287,974 US
2,442,375 Brazil
1,435,453 India
816,680 Russia
452,529 South Africa
395,489 Mexico
375,961 Peru
347,923 Chile
301,706 United Kingdom
293,606 Iran
274,289 Pakistan
272,421 Spain
268,934 Saudi Arabia
248,976 Colombia
246,286 Italy
227,019 Turkey
226,225 Bangladesh
220,352 France
207,112 Germany
167,416 Argentina
116,471 Canada
112,585 Iraq
109,597 Qatar
100,303 Indonesia
92,482 Egypt
86,783 China
83,122 Kazakhstan
82,040 Philippines
81,161 Ecuador
79,395 Sweden
77,058 Oman
69,429 Bolivia
67,251 Belarus
67,096 Ukraine
66,026 Belgium
64,379 Kuwait
64,156 Dominican Republic
63,985 Israel
61,442 Panama
59,177 United Arab Emirates
53,424 Netherlands
50,838 Singapore
50,299 Portugal
45,902 Romania
45,309 Guatemala
43,402 Poland
41,180 Nigeria
39,482 Bahrain
39,276 Honduras
37,390 Armenia
36,263 Afghanistan
34,477 Switzerland
33,624 Ghana
33,296 Kyrgyzstan
31,122 Japan
30,446 Azerbaijan
27,973 Algeria
25,892 Ireland
24,141 Serbia
23,154 Moldova
21,209 Uzbekistan
20,887 Morocco
20,558 Austria
18,752 Nepal
17,975 Kenya
17,110 Cameroon
15,841 Costa Rica
15,655 Cote d'Ivoire
15,516 Czechia
15,463 Venezuela
15,035 El Salvador
14,949 Australia
14,547 Ethiopia
14,175 Korea, South
13,775 Denmark
11,424 Sudan
10,621 Bulgaria
10,621 West Bank and Gaza
10,498 Bosnia and Herzegovina
10,213 North Macedonia
9,764 Senegal
9,690 Madagascar
9,132 Norway
8,904 Malaysia
8,844 Congo (Kinshasa)
7,413 Kosovo
7,398 Finland
7,315 Haiti
7,235 Tajikistan
7,189 Gabon
7,055 Guinea
6,321 Luxembourg
6,208 Mauritania
5,059 Djibouti
4,881 Croatia
4,880 Albania
4,599 Central African Republic
4,552 Zambia
4,548 Paraguay
4,448 Hungary
4,227 Greece
3,882 Lebanon
3,664 Malawi
3,439 Nicaragua
3,369 Maldives
3,295 Thailand
3,200 Congo (Brazzaville)
3,196 Somalia
3,071 Equatorial Guinea
2,893 Montenegro
2,827 Libya
2,805 Sri Lanka
2,704 Zimbabwe
2,532 Cuba
2,513 Mali
2,328 Cabo Verde
2,316 Eswatini
2,305 South Sudan
2,181 Slovakia
2,087 Slovenia
2,034 Estonia
2,019 Lithuania
1,954 Guinea-Bissau
1,879 Rwanda
1,854 Iceland
1,843 Namibia
1,783 Sierra Leone
1,770 Benin
1,701 Mozambique
1,691 Yemen
1,556 New Zealand
1,483 Suriname
1,455 Tunisia
1,219 Latvia
1,202 Uruguay
1,176 Jordan
1,167 Liberia
1,137 Georgia
1,136 Niger
1,128 Uganda
1,100 Burkina Faso
1,060 Cyprus
950 Angola
922 Chad
907 Andorra
874 Togo
865 Sao Tome and Principe
842 Jamaica
739 Botswana
712 Diamond Princess
701 Malta
699 San Marino
674 Syria
509 Tanzania
505 Lesotho
462 Taiwan*
431 Vietnam
382 Bahamas
378 Burundi
370 Guyana
354 Comoros
350 Burma
344 Mauritius
326 Gambia
288 Mongolia
265 Eritrea
225 Cambodia
148 Trinidad and Tobago
141 Brunei
116 Monaco
114 Seychelles
110 Barbados
95 Bhutan
86 Antigua and Barbuda
86 Liechtenstein
62 Papua New Guinea
52 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
48 Belize
27 Fiji
24 Saint Lucia
24 Timor-Leste
23 Grenada
20 Laos
18 Dominica
17 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
10 Western Sahara

 

State/Territory Total Cases Confirmed Probable
California
453,659
N/A
N/A
Florida
418,844
N/A
N/A
Texas
381,656
N/A
N/A
New York City*
225,116
220,483
4,633
New York*
187,975
N/A
N/A
New Jersey
179,363
N/A
N/A
Illinois
172,666
171,424
1,242
Georgia
167,953
N/A
N/A
Arizona
162,014
162,014
0
Massachusetts
115,637
108,380
7,257
North Carolina
112,713
N/A
N/A
Pennsylvania
108,264
105,228
3,036
Louisiana
107,574
N/A
N/A
Tennessee
93,936
92,943
993
Michigan
86,661
78,019
8,642
Virginia
86,072
82,871
3,201
Maryland
84,876
N/A
N/A
Ohio
84,073
79,573
4,500
South Carolina
81,199
80,856
343
Alabama
79,294
77,351
1,943
Indiana
62,372
N/A
N/A
Wisconsin
52,680
48,827
3,853
Washington
52,635
N/A
N/A
Mississippi
52,304
51,639
665
Minnesota
51,803
N/A
N/A
Connecticut
48,776
46,806
1,970
Colorado
44,336
41,174
3,162
Nevada
43,067
N/A
N/A
Iowa
42,199
N/A
N/A
Missouri
41,927
N/A
N/A
Arkansas
38,623
N/A
N/A
Utah
38,502
38,201
301
Oklahoma
33,582
31,269
2,313
Kentucky
27,079
25,699
1,380
Kansas
25,109
25,109
0
Nebraska
24,618
N/A
N/A
New Mexico
19,042
N/A
N/A
Rhode Island
18,224
N/A
N/A
Idaho
18,177
17,086
1,091
Oregon
16,758
16,758
0
Puerto Rico
15,431
5,416
10,015
Delaware
14,406
13,410
996
District of Columbia
11,780
N/A
N/A
South Dakota
8,395
N/A
N/A
New Hampshire
6,436
N/A
N/A
North Dakota
5,986
N/A
N/A
West Virginia
5,960
5,825
135
Maine
3,832
3,422
410
Montana
3,381
3,381
0
Alaska
2,524
N/A
N/A
Wyoming
2,475
2,029
446
Hawaii
1,576
N/A
N/A
Vermont
1,400
N/A
N/A
Virgin Islands
361
N/A
N/A
Guam
346
N/A
N/A
Northern Mariana Islands
40
40
0

 

State/Territory Cases in Last 7 Days
Florida
73,232
California
68,967
Texas
56,626
Georgia
24,830
Arizona
18,390
Louisiana
15,868
Tennessee
15,821
North Carolina
12,935
Alabama
12,283
South Carolina
11,213
Illinois
9,916
Ohio
9,141
Missouri
8,833
Mississippi
8,415
Oklahoma
8,317
Virginia
7,697
Nevada
7,090
Wisconsin
6,732
Pennsylvania
6,526
Maryland
6,191
Indiana
5,801
Washington
5,689
Minnesota
5,599
Arkansas
5,395
Michigan
4,793
Colorado
4,194
Kentucky
3,918
Utah
3,820
Iowa
3,476
Idaho
3,304
Kansas
3,144
Puerto Rico
2,970
New York*
2,587
New Jersey
2,580
Oregon
2,179
Massachusetts
2,103
New Mexico
2,071
Nebraska
2,035
New York City*
2,009
West Virginia
918
Delaware
887
Connecticut
883
North Dakota
860
Montana
848
Alaska
650
District of Columbia
519
South Dakota
489
Rhode Island
431
Wyoming
349
Hawaii
303
New Hampshire
233
Maine
121
Virgin Islands
64
Vermont
50
Guam
27
Northern Mariana Islands
3

 

148,009 US deaths attributed to corona virus:

State/Territory Total Deaths Confirmed Probable
New York City*
23,500
18,872
4,628
New Jersey
15,787
13,867
1,920
New York*
8,820
N/A
N/A
Massachusetts
8,529
8,310
219
California
8,416
N/A
N/A
Illinois
7,590
7,398
192
Pennsylvania
7,122
N/A
N/A
Michigan
6,400
6,149
251
Florida
5,854
N/A
N/A
Texas
5,038
N/A
N/A
Connecticut
4,413
3,531
882
Louisiana
3,763
3,651
112
Georgia
3,498
N/A
N/A
Maryland
3,447
3,315
132
Ohio
3,307
3,049
258
Arizona
3,305
3,305
0
Indiana
2,903
2,706
197
Virginia
2,082
1,978
104
Colorado
1,794
1,458
336
North Carolina
1,785
N/A
N/A
Minnesota
1,616
1,576
40
Washington
1,501
N/A
N/A
Mississippi
1,495
1,458
37
South Carolina
1,491
1,436
55
Alabama
1,473
1,428
45
Missouri
1,197
N/A
N/A
Rhode Island
1,002
N/A
N/A
Tennessee
967
933
34
Wisconsin
899
892
7
Iowa
827
N/A
N/A
Nevada
760
N/A
N/A
Kentucky
700
696
4
New Mexico
614
N/A
N/A
District of Columbia
581
N/A
N/A
Delaware
579
509
70
Oklahoma
496
496
0
New Hampshire
409
N/A
N/A
Arkansas
401
N/A
N/A
Kansas
326
N/A
N/A
Nebraska
316
N/A
N/A
Oregon
289
289
0
Utah
275
275
0
Puerto Rico
201
99
102
Idaho
146
125
21
South Dakota
123
121
2
Maine
119
N/A
N/A
West Virginia
103
N/A
N/A
North Dakota
99
N/A
N/A
Vermont
56
N/A
N/A
Montana
47
47
0
Hawaii
26
N/A
N/A
Wyoming
25
25
0
Alaska
20
N/A
N/A
Virgin Islands
7
N/A
N/A
Guam
5
N/A
N/A
Northern Mariana Islands
2
2
0
 

 

Tonight's numbers, July 27.

 

 

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On 7/24/2020 at 1:21 AM, Mt_Rider said:

.I think you just gave me the reason why my mom is now having so much trouble doing their shopping....she also has congestive heart and living at high altitude and very conscientiously wears the mask.

 

My mom agreed that wearing the mask while at our high altitude and her going thru shopping....likely is the problem.  Today she tried putting on the O2 nose-piece with the mask over it all.  She said that was doable.  She also agreed she should let DH do the bulk of their shopping.  She might go in for something she wants to pick out or see for her self.  That will take some of the strain off of her. 

 

Thanks again, Little sister, for mentioning this possibility for Congestive Heart. 

MtRider  :sSig_thankyou:

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Not that this is new news......but it doesn't instill any confidence in me.  They say for the vaccine to be effective,  80% (?) will have to take this?   :wave:   Meeee!  Me!  I wanna be in the 20% control group!  :wave:  

 

This is a Twitter link so.....don't know if it will work.

 

:scratchhead:     ....anyone see a stat on How Long the antibodies will last?  Cuz natural antibodies are not seeming to last but a few months.  :(  

 

MtRider   :behindsofa:

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Think of Bill Gates as being another George Soros. I don't trust anything from this guy.  For one he is behind things that is by no means good for this country. And also no vaccine can be mass produced in a few short months. It takes a good 2 to 4 years to mass produce a vaccine. I will not be getting this from this company that both Bill Gates and Fauci will be making millions from. And they both support the Clinton foundation that is evil to its core. I could say more about it, but will leave it with this. 

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There are thousands of different "cold" viruses.  There are 144 different flu viruses of the A type that can normally attack humans (combining 16 types of HA and 9 types of NA).  There's also the B type that attacks humans, but it's less likely to cause a pandemic.  Last I heard, there were three major variants of the Covid virus, and one of them was very unstable (eight minor variants, wasn't it?)

An "effective" vaccine for this virus would probably work statistically, as in "if you give this group of 1000 people the vaccine and keep this group of 1000 people vaccine-free, the vaccinated population will have X-percent fewer cases" (or will have X percent fewer deaths, or whatever the target goal is.)

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