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SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19

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7 minutes ago, Taylor said:

Mike Pence and the Kush will save us all!

On a side note, I'm going to start using the word "arrogated" in everyday conversation.

that's a bitchen word

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https://www.cnbc.com/2020/04/03/coronavirus-fauci-warns-americans-shouldnt-assume-hydroxychloroquine-is-a-knockout-drug.html

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Americans shouldn’t assume hydroxychloroquine is a “knockout drug” in preventing or treating COVID-19, White House health advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci warned Friday.

“We still need to do the definitive studies to determine whether any intervention, not just this one, is truly safe and effective,” Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said on Fox News. “But when you don’t have that information, it’s understandable why people might want to take something anyway even with the slightest hint of being effective.” 

Typical Fox News MSM thwarting Trump at every turn!

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PPE shortage is not only affecting hospitals - if my work doesn't get our PPE replenished within the next month my work will be forced to shut down since we can't do our jobs without them. That's about 300 jobs. We haven't got a shipment of respirators, face shields, or aprons in over 2 months now. 

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/investigations/2020/04/02/us-exports-masks-ppe-china-surged-early-phase-coronavirus/5109747002/

 

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12 hours ago, notherhalo said:

Just a heads up, were going to be out of whiskey in a month or two.  Just about every distillery has already switched 100% to alcohol for hand sanitizer use.  

Well I plan to treat myself to a few hand sanitizers and cokes this afternoon.

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27 minutes ago, JarsOfClay said:

PPE shortage is not only affecting hospitals - if my work doesn't get our PPE replenished within the next month my work will be forced to shut down since we can't do our jobs without them. That's about 300 jobs. We haven't got a shipment of respirators, face shields, or aprons in over 2 months now. 

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/investigations/2020/04/02/us-exports-masks-ppe-china-surged-early-phase-coronavirus/5109747002/

Whelp. Looks like we're on our way to collecting more PPE.

 

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16 minutes ago, Lhalo said:

Whelp. Looks like we're on our way to collecting more PPE.

 

Just to play devils advocate here.  But masks produced in China being shipped out of Bangkok.  Sounds like this might be more of a confiscation of a black market transaction than the US seizing a shipment just because.  

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52 minutes ago, gotbeer said:

Just to play devils advocate here.  But masks produced in China being shipped out of Bangkok.  Sounds like this might be more of a confiscation of a black market transaction than the US seizing a shipment just because.  

i was told we weren't allowed to add context to things here.

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7 minutes ago, Lhalo said:

LMFAO

 

This bitch is crazy.

A doctor even said it yesterday, it's proportional to minorities because minorities tend to make up a majority of the homelessness and low income quotient. Thus, they have poor healthcare and struggle with a lot of ailments that contribute to aiding the virus like diabetes, smoking, poor lifestyle choices, drugs, etc.

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She's just trying to stay relevant.  She comes from a district that has voted one way pretty much forever where the rate of poverty has only increased and education rates have decreased over the years.  Her rise could easily be a case study in what power and having your ass kissed constantly does to people - bartender to elected official on the national stage and it's clearly gone to her head as she thinks she's an expert when it comes to the environment, healthcare, etc.  By most accounts she seems to spend most of her time not doing things that benefit her constituents while she soaks up the national spotlight but that's not unusual in politics.

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The Treasury should just cut her a check for $10 million if she'll agree to go away and not bother the country anymore.

I mean, $10 million is pocket change at this point, and the benefits of her being gone would greatly outweigh the cost.

 

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11 minutes ago, fan_since79 said:

The Treasury should just cut her a check for $10 million if she'll agree to go away and not bother the country anymore.

I mean, $10 million is pocket change at this point, and the benefits of her being gone would greatly outweigh the cost.

 

This is some serious AOCDS right here.

Horse woman bad!

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12 minutes ago, fan_since79 said:

The Treasury should just cut her a check for $10 million if she'll agree to go away and not bother the country anymore.

I mean, $10 million is pocket change at this point, and the benefits of her being gone would greatly outweigh the cost.

Reparations?

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1,000+ people died in the US single day

https://www.latimes.com/politics/story/2020-04-03/coronavirus-death-toll-u-s-tops-1-000-a-day

WASHINGTON — 

 

The United States on Friday recorded at least 1,000 COVID-19 deaths in a single day, a sad milestone in the nation’s war to stop the spread of the novel virus, according to figures maintained by Johns Hopkins University.

The figure increased the national death count to 6,921 as of early afternoon Pacific time. Nationally, there are more than 261,438 confirmed cases.

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30 min ago

California coronavirus cases exceed 10,000

From CNN's Cheri Mossburg

 

  Medical professionals administer coronavirus tests at a drive-thru testing station in Daly City, California on March 26. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

 

There are 10,710 cases in the state, with 237 deaths, according to Gov. Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Public Health.

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