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- Jan 21, 2010
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In France also they claimed today that they have found a drug that helps the very sick a lot.
Ron,Mike, I recently retired.
All of my life savings were tied up in stocks.
I was living like a king these past 5 years as the market continued to rise.
About two weeks ago when the market started sliding, I had my financial advisor cash out all my investments. He put me in cast.....
I have two kids in elementary school (now home, of course) so we have had a temperature scanner for awhile. We take everyone’s temp every morning. So far so good.By the way, who because of all of this has recently bought a temperature scanner?
Never had one, so bought one of these new laser ones that you see on the news, no contact in front of your forehead. It has 3 brackets and according to the thermometer I must not be alive. I'm colder than the normal bracket!
My point is that I usually shop between 5-6 a.m. so I can have the store all to myself. It's not like that any longer as I never seen so many people in my store that early in the morning. It's going to get worse if Walmart is now closing at night and then opening at 6:00 a.m.For me it will either be very early or really late.
Depends on if I get to sleep or not.
He has his reasons.Cuomo has generally been pretty good for the state in regards to this, but I don’t understand why he’s dragging his feet on imposing a shelter in place order for NYC. It feels very much like last week when he insisted that the schools wouldn’t close, and then they did.
I don’t understand why, when it comes to the most vital moves just to ensure that people survive this, they’re dragging their heels and posturing. With the exception of trips to medical providers and shopping for food and supplies, this place needs to be shut down.
If so, he has yet to clarify them in a way that makes sense. He claims a shelter in place order would mean people wouldn’t have access to medical care, and that’s simply not true, as California is showing. This seems like more of his ongoing squabble with NYC’s mayor, where if one of the two of them comes out for something, then the other reflexively comes out against it. And when it comes to normal politics, that’s the system we have. But this isn’t normal. Right now people aren’t complying with the voluntary restrictions in many cases.He has his reasons.
New York City's counts almost doubled overnight. It's definitely already a health crisis downstate. Upstate numbers are climbing fast as well.But as Fauci has emphasized repeatedly, in an epidemic, you’re always behind wherever you think you are in terms of handling the situation.