Trump's Golf May 24, 2020The
United States had its 100,000th Covid-19 death this weekend. The cover
of today's New York Times listed a thousand people killed by Covid-19,
their names, ages, city, and sometimes something about them.
Trump puttered around a golf course yesterday. A combination of Trump
golfing and the Times list of the dead appeared on the web.
Music Association: Friends Of Distinction - Grazing In The Grass
That's me on the bongos.
How Are You? May 6, 2020
world is sick of Covid-19 and from Covid-19. The world has adapted to
the virus, and the virus has adapted to the world, according to the Los
Alamos National Laboratory's report, “Spike mutation pipeline reveals the emergence of a more transmissible form of SARS-CoV-2
What Los Alamos says is the Covid-19 virus spikes mutated in Europe to be spikier* than the original Wuhan, China virus. Spikier spikes
increase the transmission, the contagiousness of the disease, and its severity
It strains me to tell you but this spikier strain (D614G) has dominated
the United States. Comparing the pandemic in the United States to
the one in China is an apples-to-watermelons comparison. Put another
way, China has yet to experience the “new and improved Covid-19,
now with spikier spikes!”Say It, Don't Spray It
you talk, tiny droplets of saliva spray into the air. When you cough or
sneeze, more saliva and germs spray farther out into the air,
about three feet. And when you cough and sneeze forcefully, your rain
can hit me from six feet away.
This is you, but it falls on me.
may not even have the symptoms of Covid-19 and thankfully sneezing
isn't one of them, but you could be spraying your newfound virus all
over everyone around you. The spray that floats in the air is called an
aerosol. How long does your aerosol float around?Shut The Trap, Shut It!
have assumed that Covid-19 particles cannot linger in the air for hours
after somebody coughs. That assumption could be wrong. A Wuhan University study
published in the journal Nature Research
used aerosol traps
within two hospitals in Wuhan, China. Researchers found bits of the
Covid-19 virus’s genetic material floating around indoor toilets,
as well as a room in the hospital where medical staff removed their
masks, gowns, and gloves.Could You Do That Outside?!?
stay-at-home order in Minnesota has given the state time to gather
resources and information but has been economically tough. Yesterday's
interim state budget report figures a $2.4 billion deficit
biennium instead of the $1.5 billion surplus Minnesota had. Nearly
594,000 Minnesota workers filed for unemployment by the end of April. Dave Orrick of the Pioneer Press
assessed of the accomplishments of 37 days of the March 25th stay-at-home order
☆ Minnesotans heeded the stay-at-home order more closely than
other Americans and more than many forecasters expected. We flattened
the curve, creating a slower spread of the pandemic than most states.
☆ Prior to the stay-at-home order, Minnesota had about 1,200
intensive care beds. ICU beds, and ventilators to aid in breathing, are
crucial to reduce the death toll of the virus, which usually kills by
causing the lungs to fail. The state still has 1,244 ICU beds, but
within 24 hours the number of beds can jump to 2,044. (Don't jump on
the beds! When will this pandemic end?!?
) Within three days, it can
jump up to
2,588. Hundreds of beds are available for non-Covid-19 patients. The
state now has 2,844 ventilators.
☆ Medical personal protective equipment (PPE) was in short supply
a month ago. Minnesota now has 345,000 N95 respirators, 2 million
surgical masks, 7.3 million gloves, 49,000 gowns, and 152,000 face
shields, plus significant supplies our hospitals have obtained.
☆ Covid-19 swab tests averaged 1,720 per day in Minnesota in late
March. Last week, the average had jumped to 3,006 with plans for 5,000
tests per day soon. The increase is good but not yet at a capacity that
wouldenable testing everyone with disease symptoms.
What we didn't get was immunity. People seem to be able to get
sick and sick again. We didn't get a vaccine, obviously, not that a
vaccine could be developed, tested, and manufactured in less than a
year.The New Normal
changes that didn't make the Orrick list can be seen and not seen all
around. Tape marks on store floors remind shoppers of social
distancing. Plexiglass shields have become the new Cone Of Silence.
Eyes have become more expressive. Masks have become commonplace, not
for the sake of the wearer but for everyone else. Office furniture companies
have become virus distancing advisers. Planes usually in the air have
in Dallas, Houston, Pinal, and Tucson. Homes have
become more heaven because of togetherness.
And for some people, due to Covid-19 illnesses or domestic abuse or just not in a loving place
, it's hell.
How are you?
Music Association: Kansas - Dust In The Wind
* New word of the day: SpikierCovid-19 Curve
Sacrificial Lambs April
United States has over a million cases of Covid-19 with reported cases
currently doubling every three weeks.* The argument out there is to push
people to make wrong decisions for profit, either political or
economic. Some people's money is more important than some other
Music Association: The Clash - Should I Stay Or Should I Go* And more Covid-19 deaths than deaths from the Vietnam War.Covid-19 Heroes
May Existence April
one of the White House pandemic press conferences, Trump said he hasn't
traveled in months. Yeah, right Pinocchio.
January, he started from Florida, then D.C., then Toledo, then D.C.,
then Milwaukee, then D.C., then Florida again, then D.C., then Switzerland, then
D.C., then New Jersey, then D.C., then Iowa, then Michigan, then D.C.,
and back to Florida.
February, he started from Florida, then D.C., then North Carolina, then
D.C., then New Hampshire, then D.C., then Florida again, then D.C.,
then Arizona, then Colorado, then Nevada, then D.C., then India, then D.C.,
then Maryland, then D.C.
In March it was back to
North Carolina, then D.C., then back to Florida again, and then back to
That's at least 34 flights.
the details on all Trump's campaign rallies and Florida golf trips (so
far in 2020), see the Trump Timeline 2020
and Trump Timeline 2015-2020
of dismissing Covid-19 in tweets and rallies, instead of being an
absent president, he could have been a leader. The kind of leader any
other modern United States president would have been. He could have
prepared the country and its hospitals and industry for the crisis.
Music Association: Jefferson
Airplane - Jet AirlinerCovid-19 Heroes
Heroes Should Be Paid More April
15, 2020All the nurses and
taking care of Covid-19 patients are my heroes. They are putting
themselves in harms way and learning about what works and may save
lives while waiting for a vaccine. Recent news hints that maybe
on their stomachs increases the oxygen
to their lungs (proning, anecdotal evidence). My heroes include all the
health professionals in New York who have made videos to show what
battling Covid-19 looks like and what they need (masks and other PPEs,
and ironically enough health coverage for
health professionals aren't being paid enough and should have Covid-19
The original Covid-19 hero was
Wenliang. In December 2019 he posted on the
Chinese messaging app WeChat that seven patients from a local
seafood market had been diagnosed with a SARS-like illness and were
quarantined in his hospital in Wuhan. He was
detained by Wuhan police and accused of
rumor-mongering. Li was hospitalized on January
12, tested positive for Covid-19 on February 1st, and died on February
Captain Brett Crozier is
a Covid-19 hero for defending the lives of his crew and was
of command on April 2nd after urging
the Navy to address the Covid-19 outbreak on his ship, the USS Theodore Roosevelt
aircraft carrier. He would make a better Secretary of the Navy than
grocery store clerks are also heroes for keeping supplies stocked. The
congressional and legislative assistants are also my heroes for
listening to the stories of hardships and figuring what the government
can do to make things better. Dr. Anthony Fauci is a hero for
maintaining his professional ethics in a difficult situation. And then
there's Paula Reid (CBS) and Kaitlan Collins (CNN), who popped a toddler's
balloon on Monday at the Covid-19
Here is part of Trump's
exchange with CBS White House correspondent Paula Reid:
What did you do with that time that you bought? The argument is that
you bought yourself some time. You didn't use it to prepare hospitals.
You didn't use it to ramp up testing. Right now, nearly 20 million
people are unemployed.
You're so disgraceful. It's so disgraceful the way you say that.
Tens of thousands of Americans are dead. How is… this rant
supposed to make people feel confident in an unprecedented crisis? What
did your administration do in February for the time that your travel
ban bought you?
Trump: A lot.
Trump: A lot, and in
fact, we'll give you a list… We did a lot. Look, look, you
know you're a fake.
is part of an exchange with CNN White House correspondent Kaitlan Collins:
Collins: You said when
someone is president of the United States, their authority is total.
That is not true. Who told you that?This
Covid-19 press conference started with a campaign video. The lights in
the briefing room dimmed for the three minute montage of officials
offering laudatory comments about the president and of Trump discussing
his steps to contain the virus.
You know what we're going to do? We're going to write up papers on this.
Has any governor agreed that you have the authority to decide when
I haven't asked anybody because. You know why? Because I don't have to.
But who told you the president has the total authority?
To answer Paula
about what Trump did in February, Trump actively downplayed the threat
of Covid-19, falsely said the virus was under control, minimized
how long a vaccine would take, contradicted his
health professionals, and sent 18 tons of U.S. medical supplies to
China (which they might
have sold back to the states). Trump did even more.
played golf on February 1, 2,
and 15. He held MAGA
campaign rallies on February 10 (Manchester,
NH), February 19 (Phoenix,
AZ), February 20 (Colorado
Springs, CO), February 21 (Las
Vegas, NV), February 24-26 (India),
February 28 (North
Charleston, SC), and February 29 (Oxon
Hill, MD). And most importantly to his self-aggrandizement
was his riding in his limo around the Daytona
500 track as the grand marshal on February 16th.
traveled more than Trump. At the start of February, the world had
11,953 cases and 7 cases in the U.S. At the end of February, the world
had 85,403 cases of Covid-19 and 62 cases in the U.S. As of today,
there have been 1,914,916 cases worldwide and 123,010 deaths. There
have been 578,268 cases in the United States and 23,476
There have been 1,809 cases in Minnesota and 87 deaths.
Music Association: REO
Speedwagon - Back On The Road Again
T-shirt Slogan Association:
Elect A Clown - Expect A Circus
During Watergate, Connie Chung once came across President Nixon on the
White House lawn. She asked him some questions. Then he asked
much do you make?” She told him, and
he said, “You
should make more money.” Trump Schedule
Trump Didn't Order Covid-19
Supplies Until Mid-MarchApril
Trump waited until March
12th to order ventilators and N95 masks. The order requests
delivery at the end of April. No rush apparently.
Trump's 2020 Schedule
2020 - Trump administration told of virus in ChinaJanuary
4, 2020 - golfJanuary
5, 2020 - golfJanuary
9, 2020 - Campaign rally in Toledo, OhioJanuary
14, 2020 - Campaign rally in Milwaukee, WisconsinJanuary
18, 2020 - golfJanuary
28, 2020 - Campaign rally at Wildwood, New JerseyJanuary
30, 2020 - Campaign rally in Des Moines, IowaFebruary
1, 2020 - golfFebruary
2, 2020 - golfFebruary
7, 2020 - U.S. airlifts nearly 18
tons of donated respirator masks, surgical masks, gowns, and other
medical supplies to ChinaFebruary
10, 2020 - Campaign rally - ManchesterFebruary
15, 2020 - golfFebruary
16, 2020 - Rode around the track at the Daytona 500February
19, 2020 - Campaign rally in Phoenix, ArizonaFebruary
20, 2020 - Campaign rally in Colorado Springs, ColoradoFebruary
21, 2020 - Campaign rally in Las Vegas, NevadaFebruary
28, 2020 - Trump holds South Carolina rally and claims the virus is
7, 2020 - golfMarch
8, 2020 - golfMarch
10, 2020 - Trump says “And
it will go away. Just relax. It will go away.”March
12, 2020 - Trump orders ventilators and N95 masks for end of April
delivery March 13, 2020 -
Trump for first time admits COVID-19 is a concern, declares National
Emergency but says “I
don’t take responsibility at all.”
Music Association: Styx - Too
Much Time On His Hands
Too Much InformationApril
2, 2020If you're
keeping count, reported Covid-19 cases worldwide topped one million people
(1,011,490) today, according to John
Hopkins University, having doubled in one week.
Covid-19 deaths worldwide have passed
50,000. Spain had 950
deaths in 24 hours, with a total of 10,000 Covid-19 deaths.
Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti on Wednesday said Los
Angeles residents should cover their faces
when they are out in public as part of an effort to combat Covid-19.
Today the White House is pre-announcing an announcement to have Americans
wear cloth masks or face coverings in public to help prevent
the spread of Covid-19.
California governor Gavin
Newsom asked, “What
are you waiting for?”
to the twenty state governors who haven't yet issued stay-at-home orders
for the Covid-19 pandemic.
Captain Brett Crozier was
of command today, after he
urged the Navy to address the Covid-19 outbreak on his ship,
aircraft carrier. Social distancing is not possible on the 1092'
aircraft carrier or any ship, and the ship had 93 cases of Covid-19.
10 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits in
March with two-thirds of them just last week.The
National Stockpile has sent out the last
shipments in its inventory, depleting the bulk of its
protective gear. They sent 300,000
of the wrong masks to Illinois, sending simple surgical masks
instead of N95 protective masks.
making your own masks are found at the New
York Times (pdf).
A group of scientists and engineers have set up a website offering the best
options for reusing N95 masks. The best way to sanitize
surfaces at home is available through the Washington Post.
tomorrow at 5pm, many Twin Cities radio stations will play Purple Rain
by Prince in honor of the 50th
anniversary of First Avenue, the old bus station that was
turned into the music club in 1970. Listen across the dial at 5pm
to 89.3 the Current, KQRS 92.5, 93X,
Go 96.3, Cities 97, KDWB
101.3, Love 105, KOOL-108,
and talk stations KFAN and MyTalk.
Music Association: Prince -
Purple RainApril 1, 2020
Music Association: John Williams
- Imperial MarchCovid-19 State-by-State
Cases and Stay-Home MapMarch
30, 2020The New
York Times has a map of which state governors have issued Stay-At-Home
orders, and a map where the Covid-19
cases are. Here are those two maps stacked together.
Combination of two New York
Times maps showing Covid-19 cases (red dots) & states with
Stay-At-Home orders (orange).
map shows the states with Stay-At-Home orders in orange. These are
states that are trying to save lives and flatten
to delay the Covid-19 pandemic long enough for a vaccine to be created,
tested, manufactured, and distributed. The striped states have
Stay-At-Home orders only in some places. The states in white (Arkansas,
Iowa, Nebraska, Nevada, North & South Dakota) are trying to
out the difference between ignorance and indifference.*
of today, the United States has 140,904
Covid-19 cases (more reported cases than any other country)
and 2,405 deaths. Worldwide there are 697,244
Covid-19 cases and 33,257 deaths.
starting pistol has just been fired.
This will get
far worse before it's done.
Music Associations: Chicago -
Only The Beginning & The Carpenters - We've Only Just Begun
* Joke Association: What's the
difference between ignorance and indifference?
Don't know and don't care.
Covid-19 is a Nutshell
General Virus InformationMarch
of Ken Goddard: Director, National Fish and Wildlife Forensics
a virus is not a living organism, but only a molecule of protein (DNA)
covered by a protective layer of lipids (fats), that upon being
absorbed by ocular, nasal, and mouth mucosa cells changes the genetic
code of the cells and converts them into aggressor and multiplier cells.
Since the virus is not a living organism but rather a molecule of
protein, it doesn’t die but rather disintegrates on its own.
length of time it takes to disintegrate depends on temperature,
humidity and the type of material where it sits.
virus is very fragile, the only thing that protects it is a thin
external layer of fat. That’s why any soap or detergent is
best remedy because suds break down grease/fats (that’s why
have to suds up for 20 seconds or more in order to make a lot of suds).
Once the layer of fat is dissolved, the molecule of protein falls apart
and disintegrates on its own.
melts grease, that is why it is best to use water that is at least 25
degrees centigrade (you can do your math here or just use pretty warm
water) to wash your hands, clothes, etc. Besides, hot water makes more
suds and that is good.
• Alcohol or any
mixture of alcohol
at more than 65% will dissolve any grease/fats, especially the outer
fat layer of the virus.
• Any mixture of 1
part bleach and 5 parts water directly dissolve
the protein, which kills it from the inside.
Oxidized water (peroxide) can be used besides soap, alcohol, and bleach
because peroxide dissolves the protein of the virus, but you have to
use it alone and it damages the skin.
• No Bactericide Works.
You can't kill anything that is not alive with antibiotics. Since
the virus is not a living organism, you can’t kill it, except
to disintegrate its structure with everything
Never shake clothes you have worn (or not worn) nor sheets or anything
made of cloth. As long as it is stuck to a porous surface, it is inert
and will disintegrate in 3 hours (cloth and porous surfaces), 4 hours
(copper which is naturally antiseptic and wood because it pulls away
all of the humidity and it stays stuck and disintegrates), 24 hours
(cardboard), 42 hours (metal) and 72 hours (plastic). Don’t
or use a duster as the molecules of the virus will float in the air for
up to 3 hours and can lodge in the nose.
The molecules of
a virus are very stable in outdoor cold and air conditioning in houses
and cars. It needs humidity to be stable and also darkness.
Environments that are dehumidified, dry, and with a lot of light will
disintegrate it more rapidly.
The more confined space the virus is in, the more concentrated it
becomes. Open air and natural ventilation are the best.
on any object where it can land will disintegrate the protein of the
virus. For example, it is perfect to disinfect and be able to reuse a
mask. Be careful, as it also disintegrates the protein in the skin
(collagen) and can cause big wrinkles and skin cancer.
No virus can go through healthy skin.
Vinegar does not work because it doesn’t dissolve the
protective layer of grease.
doesn't work. The strongest vodka is 40% alcohol and you need at least
does work! It is 65% alcohol.
It is imperative to wash your hands before and after touching mucous
areas, food, knobs, light switches, remote controls, cell phones,
watches, computers, desks, TVs etc. And when after using the toilet.
You need to use lotion on your dry hands, because the molecules can
hide in tiny cracks. The thicker the cream, the better. Also keep your
fingernails short, so the virus can’t hide in there either.
Music Association: Hilary Duff -
Come CleanCovid-19 Help Wanted
America Needs Leadership
United States needs ventilators.
Maybe you don't
know the first thing about making ventilators but don't let that stop
Ventilator instructions are available and free
to use. The choices are either the Canadian
style ventilator or the Floridian
Pick one and start
If you don't have the
wherewithal to build ventilators from the instructions, the United
States also needs leadership.
The U.S. leads the
world in reported Covid-19 cases with over 112,000 and just passed a
bill that doesn't
provide paid sick leave for 54% of the U.S. workforce, people
who work for employers with over 500 employees.
those employees may be able to stay home during the Covid-19 pandemic,
or they may not have paid sick leave and might have to take their
chances. If these people had guaranteed paid sick leave, it would help
slow the exponential growth of Covid-19. It would help to flatten the
|2.2 million employees|
Here is the growth of Covid-19 cases in
Thursday, March 19
Friday, March 20
Sunday, March 22
Monday, March 23
Wednesday, March 25
Thursday, March 26
Saturday, March 28
to stay home.
Music Association: Steve Winwood
- While You See A Chance Take It
Today In Covid-19 News
USA Gets The Bronze!
23, 2020The United States
pulled ahead of all other countries except China and Italy, to place third in
reported* Covid-19 cases.
Norway, Germany, and several other countries have pressured the
International Olympic Committee (IOC) to postpone the Tokyo Olympics
due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Music Association: Jewel -
Russia and India may not be reporting all Covid-19 cases.Picture It
Covid's Top 19 Images
Music Association: Paul
Hardcastle - 19The Score
March 17, 2020The
coronavirus Covid-19 killed its 100th
person today in the United States
and found its way to its 50th state. West Virginia had the distiction
of being the most pandemically distant state of the United States. Let
that be a lesson to you the next time you are trying to get away from
infectious disease. West Virginia is the place to get away from it all.
has 60 cases today. Minnesota's first case was March 6th. There were 14
cases on Friday the 13th. The next day had 21. Then it was 35.
Yesterday it was 54 cases.
States has over 4,226 cases.
New York Times had this United States map of Covid-19 cases today.
Doesn't it look kind of sickly and infectious? The country is covered
with bubbling red spots. Having red spots on top of red spots really
looks sore and hints at underlying mucus. This is a gross map
worthy of an infectious disease book. Makes you wonder what the world
Music Association: Led Zeppelin
- Stairway To Heaven “the stores are all
Music To Soothe A Coronavirus
March 15, 2020The
lovely and talented Rita
Wilson, in Covid-19 quarantine with her husband Mr. Tom Hanks
(THanks), has a playlist of songs on Spotify
Marx - Right Here Waiting
Rita Wilson -
Rita Wilson - Leaving on a Jet
America - Lonely People
King - So Far Away
Sleeping At Last -
Rita Wilson - Don't Let
Me Be Lonely Tonight
Eric Carmen - All
Billy Idol - Dancing With
Johnny Rivers - Rockin'
Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu
- I Wanna Be Sedated
Paul Simon -
Beatles - I'm So
Lauren Cohen - Come Healing
& Tennille - Love Will Keep Us Together
Gaynor - I Will Survive
Rita Wilson -
Girls Night In
Destiny's Child -
Queen - I Want To Break Free
- Locked Up
Bobby McFerrin - Don't
Worry Be Happy
Rita Wilson - Go On
Kelly Clarkson - Stronger
(What Doesn't Kill You)
Miley Cyrus -
MC Hammer - U Can't Touch This
Gees - Night Fever
Rita Wilson -
Huey Lewis - Stuck With
Willie Nelson - Hello Walls
Lewis - I Want A New Drug
a sick list. One of my recent music
associated songs was The Fray with “How To Save Your Life”
and maybe Rita could add that song to Quarantunes II (the sequel).
Another appropriate song would be Dire Straits with “Industrial Disease.”
the character Tom Hanks was playing in the movie Castaway
was alone on an island with a volleyball named Wilson, that wasn't
Wilson the sports equipment company, that was a stand-in of Rita.
Music Association: The Beatles -
Flatten The Curve
Close Everything - Stay Home*
March 12, 2020The
Capitol is closed to visitors because of the Covid-19 virus.
have ended their seasons. New York's Metropolitan
Museum, Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall, the New York
Philharmonic, and Broadway
theaters are closed. Live
Nation tours are canceled. Disneyland
World are closed.
to Covid-19, a State
of Emergency has been declared by the following states:
Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, North
Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, Utah, and Washington.
of Minnesota has has suspended in-person instruction across
all system campuses. Also closing in-person instruction are: Arizona
State, Boston College, Columbia
State, Ohio University,
others. All NCAA
tournaments are canceled. Atlanta
schools have turned to online learning. Many Colorado
schools and Philadelphia
schools will be closed for the near future.
has closed its schools and colleges. Italy
is in a lock down. Italy and Iran canceled sporting events.
soccer games will be played in Spain and Portugal without spectators. Today,
the Olympic torch will be lit without spectators in Olympia, Greece. Ireland
and Boston Saint Patrick's Day parades are canceled.
Trump has restricted travel
to the U.S. from Europe, with the exception of the
View” is being taped without a studio audience.
“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on CBS and
“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on NBC
will be taped without studio audiences starting Monday. Tom
Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson have Covid-19.
and hugs are canceled.
the numbers, the United States currently (3-12-2020) has 1,215 cases of
and 36 deaths. If you divide 36 by 1215, you get ~2.96%. Covid-19 has
125,288 cases worldwide and 4,614 deaths or ~3.68%. Plus or minus.
fatality rate of the flu is .1% .
According to the New
England Journal of Medicine, Covid-19 has a conservative
fatality rate of
either 2% or 1.4%, which assumes more cases of Covid-19 than are
average, each person infected with Covid-19 infects
2.2 other people.
That sounds like doubling at the outset but quickly moves exponentially.
time is now for individuals and organizations to restrict social
activity, when possible, to flatten the curve of Covid-19 cases. Flattening
can avoid overwhelming health services, keep the impact on the economy
to within manageable levels, and effectively buy more time to develop
and manufacture effective vaccines, treatments, and anti-viral drug
Music Association: Semisonic -
* If possible.
I'm No Doctor, But...
Covid-19 Isn't The Flu!
March 10, 2020Influenza
has a long history and multiple vaccines. Covid-19 is new, has no
vaccine, and nobody has built up immunities.
isn't the flu.
The flu has a death rate of .01%. The
Covid-19 death rate is at least 10 times greater at 1%.
from now more will be known about Covid-19, like how to kill it.
Vaccines may take a year or longer to invent and produce.
best thing to do is to survive
and help slow
the spread of Covid-19. Here's how:
no doctor, but unlike the President, I listen to the experts.
at home if possible
home if you are sick and seek medical attention (call ahead)
your hands for 20 seconds (with soap or a 60%
alcohol-based hand sanitizer)
touching your eyes, nose, or mouth
people with a nod, a wave, or a bow (not shaking hands)
your coughs and sneezes
social distancing (6 feet)
- avoid unnecessary
- and don't panic
the best, latest information on Covid-19, visit the websites of the World
Health Organization (WHO) and the Center
for Disease Control (CDC).
the latest number of Covid-19 cases:
Music Associations: Fray - How
To Save A Life & Gloria Gaynor - Survive
The Disaster That Had To Happen
market for daylight savings has crashed.Sunny
days squandered and lost.Infection
affects affection - namaste!No
symptom is the first symptom.The
virus has immunity to presidential gaslighting.The
president trumps any sense of real leadership. And he hates dogs.
Music Association: The Knack -
Gifs of Cats and Kittens Part 1
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