A Lot Can Happen In Three Months …

Some of the things that can happen in three months.

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The official death toll from the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. is currently at 225,222 (as of 11:04 p.m. on 10/19/2020).  There are over 2.7 million active cases of the coronavirus in the nation at this time.  The most recent unemployment data, from September, shows 12.58 million people are unemployed in the U.S.  And yet, Trump & Co were planning a cut to the food stamp program that would have cut off food stamps to some 700,000 people.

It has long been obvious that neither Trump nor any of his cronies have that thing we call a conscience, that they do not care about anyone but themselves, or anything but wealth.  But, fortunately for the people of this country, despite Trump’s efforts to pack the courts with partisan judges, some fair and honest judges remain on the bench.  One such is U.S. District Chief Judge Beryl Howell, who on Sunday…

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2 thoughts on “A Lot Can Happen In Three Months …

  1. There is a big of blue sky on the horizon.
    While our big med center complex of hospitals are admitting 10-20 more a day than in July, 1) the docs are saying the odd thing is which age groups: early 20’s to 40’s and a few school aged children’s and 2) the patients are coming in, being successfully treated so most do not go into the ICU’s or on ventilators anymore. They think the older generations are taking responsibility to take care of themselves, distance (9-12 feet) and wearing masks when not home. This is encouraging. Not back to normal, but hope.
    Researchers are also saying, if you have dark/darker skin to make sure to take vitamin D as dark skin’s natural protection from the sun also prevents some people from absorbing protecting vitamin D from the sun and being outside.
    It was encouraging to hear how opening schools in NYC have not produced the crush of cases they expected.
    Bit by bit, hypothesis by hypothesis we are learning how to live with this virus.
    Hope things are going well where you are. And there are as many drive-by/door to door delivery of food to families and seniors as there are here. People have to take charge and watch out for people these days. Hang in there!

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