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Frmr CLEder

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  1. We had lockdowns. Unfortunately the time to plan and prepare for reopening was squandered because most Reoublican-led states and the Republican-led Administration and Senate were in denial. Most still are.... Rather than take that 45 days to develop and execute a reopening plan like most civilized countries have done, the US governed failed to lead and coordinate a response with the states. So here we are: -$3T+ wasted -130K fatalities and counting -Countless others disbled -30+ un/underemployed -Many businesses bankrupt -Americans are not welcome in EU -Life will not return to "normal" for another year or more -For those who have needlessly lost their loved ones, life will never return to normal
  2. My data source indicates that cases and hospitalizations are trending upwards. The OH positivity rate has remained fairly constant at about 4-6%, based upon a 7-day moving average. Personally, I think 21 days is too long of an interval. The only KPIs trending downward are ICU admissions and fatalities. As mentioned upthread and if consistent with what we are seeing in Miami, this may be attributable to a younger demographic, fewer comorbidities and improved patient management in hospitalized patients. http://91-divoc.com/pages/covid-visualization/
  3. ^ Oh please.... Head of HHS, Azar, another suck-up and also a physician, is maskless.
  4. ^ 2400+ in Miami-Dade alone; a new record, with positivity approaching 19%. Over the past two weeks, before the mandates and curfew, I started seeing more and more people walking around maskless and in crowds on boats & at the beach.
  5. I think I'll go with one of your original three renderings instead, lol.
  6. Congratulations! Now maybe lives can be saved as things safely reopen, with masks, hand sanitizing and social distancing in place. https://www.news5cleveland.com/news/local-news/cleveland-metro/mayor-frank-jackson-signs-order-mandating-masks-throughout-cleveland-when-in-public
  7. A new study published in "Cell" identifies a mutant strain of SARS-CoV-2 that induces increased upper-respiratory viral shedding. While this may impact infectivity, it had a negligible effect on disease severity. https://www.cell.com/cell/fulltext/S0092-8674(20)30820-5
  8. ^ While it certainly, at first glance, raises concerns, to be fair and according to today's Daily Mail: "But Napa County, which is home to California’s world-famous wine country, has so far reported just 343 confirmed cases of COVID-19." We exceed that number of cases in a day.
  9. Excellent! Many buildings in Miami have convenience stores, but they are very, very expensive. I guess they need to be to cover the cost of rent. While very convenient, everything is 2-3x the cost of the same items in a grocery store. It's nice to just casually run downstairs for an item or two vs getting dressed and hopping in the car for a quick jaunt to the grocery store.
  10. ^ I knew this was coming when the Detroit casinos were sold and so many of the Jack casino executives jumped ship to move over to Bedrock. I think their re-affiliation with Caesers is a positive to encourage visitation by non-local, Total Rewards customers.
  11. I'm just so disgusted with this random board's decision to squelch this project after years and years of time and money invested to bring it through so many regulatory hurdles.
  12. ^ This is exactly why Mayors, Governors and Public Health officials are being forced to issue mandates. Freedom does not imply freedom from consequences, nor does it imply the right to engage in reckless, irresponsible behavior that risks the health and well-being of others; not without consequences.
  13. 300 N, while not as dramatic as the other two, is my favorite of the three.
  14. It was intended to be rhetorical. The real question is, are any of the energy corporations pressuring Columbus to approve this project?
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