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7 hours ago, Love2dance said:

@estellasmum, welcome to posting. Good to hear from everyone! Don’t know what I’d do without this friendly group.

I miss @Happyfatchick too! We sure could use her humor and anecdotes about now!

I have @Happyfatchick in my Facebook friends somewhere. If I can find and recognize the name, I'll try to shoot her a note from us.

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2 minutes ago, Jynnan tonnix said:

I have @Happyfatchick in my Facebook friends somewhere. If I can find and recognize the name, I'll try to shoot her a note from us.

Me, too. Actually she just commented on one of my posts yesterday. I'll contact her!

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1 hour ago, Westiepeach said:

Me, too. Actually she just commented on one of my posts yesterday. I'll contact her!

I just contacted her as well. Oddly enough, I had read a beautiful post by her on Facebook just the other day, and thought it was from someone else I know with the same last name. But since I've not seen or talked to this other person since our husbands were stationed in the same place some years ago, I couldn't even recall her first name. It might have been the same, or it might not. I'm terrible with names!

Eta: she just posted back to me and said she'd drop in here a little later, probably today. Yay!

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Have you all seen the TLC commercial about what the world needs right now?  It has various TLC cast members talking to the camera with words of encouragement. I think they are saying what the world needs now is TLC. (I think they mean tender loving care.) It's pretty touching.  I think it shows some people from Sister Wives, I Am Jazz, 90 Day Fiance and Matt and Amy Roloff, I recall specifically speaking.   I can't find a link.  If anyone can, please post it.  Tks.

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54 minutes ago, SunnyBeBe said:

Have you all seen the TLC commercial about what the world needs right now?  It has various TLC cast members talking to the camera with words of encouragement. I think they are saying what the world needs now is TLC. (I think they mean tender loving care.) It's pretty touching.  I think it shows some people from Sister Wives, I Am Jazz, 90 Day Fiance and Matt and Amy Roloff, I recall specifically speaking.   I can't find a link.  If anyone can, please post it.  Tks.

Yes I saw that commercial it was very nice. 

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I'm in Nashville, and we're on "safer at home". Basically the same as other places with a softer name. To make things more fun, my husband is in the hospital. He is having some complications from surgery he had in early February (ironically, when news of coronavirus in China was just starting to hit heavy). I haven't been able to see him since Friday when they took him out of the ER. I'm a corporate accountant, so working from home, and doing conferences with my husband and his doctor via speakerphone, What a life. Hopefully we'll be able to get him home by the end of the week,
I'm going to run him some more clothes later, and I ventured out to get him some travel-sized toiletries and a couple treats to make him smile. Still no toilet paper, paper towels, Clorox wipes. We have some of all, but good grief people. And people are still wanting to bitch that the can't go downtown and party. Makes me want to bitch slap them, with a Louisville Slugger. I'm not a violent person, but this is so frustrating!

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Currently at hospital getting immunotherapy. There are not enough masks so the nurses don’t have them. My nurse said some of their masks were taken from the infusion rooms by patients. If I can get through this, I should be safely isolated at home for the next four weeks (when my next treatment is scheduled).  

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Our school closures were supposed to end on April 7th, but now we're being told not before April vacation (so two more weeks) and there is a strong possibility we won't be going back this year at all.

I'm having trouble settling to anything today.  I made applesauce meatloaf, and now I'm thinking of doing another one and recording it for a segment on my school's website--it's very easy and the kids can do all of it themselves except chopping a little onion and draining the meatloaf when it comes out of the oven, but they can get a grownup to help them.  I'm going to dig up my file of kid recipes and maybe do one a week while all this is going on.  A lot of the kids in our school come from very impoverished homes in a rough, urban neighborhood--over 90% of our kids qualify for free lunch.  Many of them are home by themselves while their adults are at work.  I'll check to see if it would be allowed, otherwise, I'll try something else instead.  

Yeah, I'm bored.

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21 hours ago, GinnyLee said:

I had this conversation with a religious woman the other day and she said, "If everybody would pray to their rosaries and say their Hail Mary's this whole corona thing would go away".  I wanted to scream! 

I really don't understand this. Whether its Catholic, Fundie or whoever. The diseases of the past weren't defeated because we all prayed to God who stopped it. After all its pretty good guess that everyone effected by the Black Death prayed to God. That didn't slow the death rate at all. And its a good bet most people who got the Spanish flu also prayed to God. That didn't slow the death rate at all. A millions of people good and bad died no matter how faithful they were to God or not.  

They were defeated by the people using the brains God gave them to studied the diseases and eventually figure out that infected rats carried the black death, tracked down London's cholera outbreak to one single water pump and figured out that yellow fever was caused by mosquitos. People using the brains God gave them to work on vaccines and other things to cure diseases. Coronavirus will eventually be figured out and its going to be due to Doctors and Scientists using the brains God gave them. 

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I just sent this to my daughter (who normally homeschools all the time anyway, because they live on a boat.)

I sent it without comment, except a smile. She watched it and then wrote back "OMGosh!!! That's ______!" (one of her kids) 

Our whole family already knew this and have privately marveled amongst ourselves that she's still homeschooling and hasn't gone completely bonkers, and just jumped off the boat.  This.kid.is.so.LOUD. 😂 (hope I got the correct link this time)

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10221836642416036&id=1556931628

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2 hours ago, EVS said:

Currently at hospital getting immunotherapy. There are not enough masks so the nurses don’t have them. My nurse said some of their masks were taken from the infusion rooms by patients. If I can get through this, I should be safely isolated at home for the next four weeks (when my next treatment is scheduled).  

OMG.  This makes me cry.  In NC, Wake Med and UNC are asking the public to make handmade masks.  I think the instructions are online. I wish I knew how to sew.  I saw a lady on tv this morning who is trying to make 10 a day.  

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8 minutes ago, SunnyBeBe said:

OMG.  This makes me cry.  In NC, Wake Med and UNC are asking the public to make handmade masks.  I think the instructions are online. I wish I knew how to sew.  I saw a lady on tv this morning who is trying to make 10 a day.  

I think it was probably cancer patients who didn’t have any masks and helped themselves to a couple. If a lot of people did that, then each room would run out quickly. It’s so sad that there aren’t enough for sick people or for hospital staff, and I suspect there are still people who bought a lot of them to sell for profit. I offered the nurse my extra disposable mask but she said to keep it for my next treatment. I wish I could sew also. 

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EVS, if I had any masks, I’d send them to you and other people around here who are fighting an illness. I have two and I’ve worn both. 

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9 minutes ago, SunnyBeBe said:

EVS, if I had any masks, I’d send them to you and other people around here who are fighting an illness. I have two and I’ve worn both. 

Thank you so much. Fortunately my son managed to get a few for me. I have 3 more disposable ones that I will save for treatment days. Hopefully this will be over by the time I use them. 

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A local company which makes sports apparel, has begun making masks using an antimicrobial material normally used in singlets for wrestlers. Story here: https://www.denverpost.com/2020/03/23/rocky-mountain-nationals-wrestling-face-masks/

You can order them on their website: https://www.xpagear.com/Safety-Shield-Face-Masks_c_602.html. I have NO connection to this company, I have not contacted them myself. I have no idea how backordered they are or if they are going to be shipping only to hospitals/medical facilities. 

I'm truly just passing this on if anyone wants to read the story and/or get in touch with them. 

I'm an introvert who lives alone and is usually okay with it. I'm grateful to be healthy and even to have a temp job going right now that I can do at home. I'm trying to focus on the positive, and fight my inclination to eat out of boredom. I mean, assuming I survive this pandemic, if I were ever to be featured on a reality TV show? I would NOT choose - or want to be a contender for -My 600 Pound Life. Just saying. 🙄

Sending good thoughts to all of you!

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21 hours ago, CherryMalotte said:

Anyone heard from Happyfatchick?  I think per the profile the last time she posted was October of 2019.  Been awhile.

 

11 hours ago, Jynnan tonnix said:

I have @Happyfatchick in my Facebook friends somewhere. If I can find and recognize the name, I'll try to shoot her a note from us.

 

11 hours ago, Westiepeach said:

Me, too. Actually she just commented on one of my posts yesterday. I'll contact her!

 

9 hours ago, Jynnan tonnix said:

Eta: she just posted back to me and said she'd drop in here a little later, probably today. Yay!

So funny--I was just thinking of her, too. Must be something out in the universe. Thanks, Jynnan Tonnix for reeling her back in!

I read yesterday that Christian Siriano has reopened his shop to make masks and gowns and is getting certified to make N95 masks as soon as possible, as well.

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@doodlebug thank you for addressing the cloth masks. I'm seeing that everywhere on social media and I kept wondering if they would actually even work. It's well intentioned, but sounds ultimately ineffective. 

Also thanks for the general information and insight into the healthcare world right now. I appreciate your updates.

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My mom told me to keep calm, social distance, and work on flattening the curve the other day. She's not entirely sure what flattening the curve means.

I am calling her every day since I made the decision to stay put rather than go back home. I allot myself at least an hour playing Sudoku while she rants about every single member of the household individually. That includes every pet as well.

It is going to be a long few months... At least I know they are safe. My sister moved back in with them for the duration of the outbreak. She can be stone cold and will put her foot down with both of them when they start being ridiculous about not seeking medical attention.

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@doodlebug, thanks for that informative update - and the funny meme. I always appreciate your posts and the latest are especially valuable. 

@Scarlett45, bless your mom. She's a few months older than me, and I tip my hat to her!

BTW, I mentioned the company making masks above because a few folks with medical conditions were talking about masks here. I'm healthy and have no interest in getting a mask for myself so I haven't looked into the subject very deeply. I've understood pretty much what @doodlebug posted: for healthy people, wearing a cloth mask isn't a preventative. Just a waste of a mask.

Story time. Yesterday morning I took advantage of my nearby Whole Foods' "senior hour" for the geezer crowd (7 - 8 am) because (a) a package from Amazon had finally arrived in the locker there to be picked up, and (b) I was down to my last two probiotic capsules and WF sells them. As I was standing - spaced from others by the taped lines on the floor - waiting to check out, a guy walked by me. He had on a mask - which was UNDER his nose. I wonder if he felt my eyes on him because he reached up and put the mask back over his nose. I hope to hell he was healthy and wasting a mask vs. sick and not wearing it properly. Oy.

I posted above that I'm an introvert and tend not to go out a lot. But I DO get squirrelly if I stay in too much. We're going to have a nice if windy day today, but snow's on the way tomorrow or tomorrow night. My goal is to get outdoors for a little walk, at least twice today. 

@PikaScrewChu, I know what you mean, that it's going to be a long few months. Sounds like you have a good grip on things. 

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Oh how many people I see with a mask under their chin or nose 🤣. My neighbor gave me a few I wear them only inside a store. And I found wet ones/Lysol wipes yesterday. Limit 2 each.
 

Empty shelves and limit 1/2 per item. Even limit on meat/eggs. Why not limit when there was stuff in stock? 

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NY has 25,000 cases. How many can’t get a test? I guess if you are rich and famous you can. 
 

 

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Thanks @doodlebug for your update. I was wondering if they were going to reassign doctors incl you.  

The wound center I go to is closed.  It is located inside our neighborhood hospital and is staffed with about ten great RNs.  I'm sure they have been reassigned to other parts of the hospital by now since the wound center closed. I've been thinking about them and am sure they are doing tasks they aren't used to & haven't done for awhile.  They don't have to deal with giving meds, doing IVs & blood draws & all the other things related to being  a floor nurse at the wound center. I'm sure they are glad to help where they are needed but  can't wait to get back to their norm. 

My niece is a PICU (pediatric intensive care unit) nurse.  They have had no cases yet. They are allowed to go home but have been told to pack a bag just in case they will be required to stay at the hospital.  She is upset they don't have enough supplies (just like other hospitals) especially since her unit deals with the sickest of the sickest kids on a regular basis. 

I saw this on our local news this morning & hope it bring a smile.  It showed a mom who is homeschooling her two elementary age daughters. She's tried to keep their school routine as normal as possible & starts each school day with the Pledge of Allegance. She decided to take it outside so they can use the large flag on a flagpole in the center of their court.  Other neighbors soon joined in the morning Pledge as well as walkers who just happened to be strolling by.  I'm sure the mom didn't realize how her simple idea of saying the Pledge outside would blossom and affect so many. 🇺🇸

Stay safe everyone.  

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@doodlebug- good information - about the masks - I am in Atlanta and the hospitals around here are actively requesting we make masks. Including the Emory system. They are using them over their real masks. The CDC said use a bandana because something is better than nothing - unless that isn’t real. There is a Facebook group coordinating it all and seems like more hospitals getting on board. So unless the hospitals are just playing along maybe it is a regional need. 

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4 hours ago, Scarlett45 said:

@doodlebug my Mom is a bit older than you (72 next week!) and is still going into clinic because she says she took an oath, and because she doesn’t want to be at home with my sister all day.😂 She too had a bunch of patients ask her would home birth be an good option now because of hospital restrictions on visitors. I’m sure you can imagine the look she gave them. 
 

They asked her if she wanted to work from home and she said she couldn’t do an effective pelvic exam from her computer. She’s a solider. 

@SCARLETT45, your mom is a pioneer!  She is one of the women who paved the way for the rest of us who chose medical specialties that were not considered 'women's work' back in the day.  When I started my residency, there had been a grand total of 3 women in the OB/GYN program to that time.  One was a year ahead of me, one dropped out after a messy divorce and became an anesthesiologist and there was exactly one woman who had actually completed the residency and was out in practice.  I met her and she was tough as nails and had some incredible stories.

My residency had 4 residents per year for 16 total.  When I matched, all 4 of us were female in my year.  A first for my residency and, in Columbus, only Ohio State had an all-woman class that was a couple years ahead of us.  So, we went from 15 guys, one girl to 11 guys, 5 girls. By the time I finished, women were dominant and have been ever since.  Now, it is kinda unusual to have male residents.  The residency at our hospital has somewhere around 30 residents (I don't keep track) and, currently, all but 2 are female.  

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11 minutes ago, doodlebug said:

@SCARLETT45, your mom is a pioneer!  She is one of the women who paved the way for the rest of us who chose medical specialties that were not considered 'women's work' back in the day.  When I started my residency, there had been a grand total of 3 women in the OB/GYN program to that time.  One was a year ahead of me, one dropped out after a messy divorce and became an anesthesiologist and there was exactly one woman who had actually completed the residency and was out in practice.  I met her and she was tough as nails and had some incredible stories.

My residency had 4 residents per year for 16 total.  When I matched, all 4 of us were female in my year.  A first for my residency and, in Columbus, only Ohio State had an all-woman class that was a couple years ahead of us.  So, we went from 15 guys, one girl to 11 guys, 5 girls. By the time I finished, women were dominant and have been ever since.  Now, it is kinda unusual to have male residents.  The residency at our hospital has somewhere around 30 residents (I don't keep track) and, currently, all but 2 are female.  

When my Mom graduated from medical school there were 18 black people in her class. (Out of 125) 6 of those black people were women. In her OB/Gyn rotation she and her BFF (my god mother, who’s fighting cancer right now and SHES still going to work two days a week because she says women are still entitled to health care) were the only black women on the rotation. They made it.

If she can do what she did Whats my excuse for anything?? I don’t have one.  I have to stay healthy for her so she can take care of others. 
 

My god mother has cancer and is thinking of other people!!!! 
 

In other news- I have not heard from my sister’s old caregiver G (who retired in Sept). I am going to start calling. She normally texts me right back. 

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32 minutes ago, lookeyloo said:

@doodlebug- good information - about the masks - I am in Atlanta and the hospitals around here are actively requesting we make masks. Including the Emory system. They are using them over their real masks. The CDC said use a bandana because something is better than nothing - unless that isn’t real. There is a Facebook group coordinating it all and seems like more hospitals getting on board. So unless the hospitals are just playing along maybe it is a regional need. 

No, the CDC really did recommend bandanas for health care providers who can't get N95 masks.  Cloth masks are better than no mask at all, so it does make sense for healthcare workers to use them if nothing else is available.  However, it does seem somewhat mind boggling that the wealthiest country on earth cannot provide appropriate equipment to its front line in this crisis.

 

 

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5 minutes ago, doodlebug said:

No, the CDC really did recommend bandanas for health care providers who can't get N95 masks.  Cloth masks are better than no mask at all, so it does make sense for healthcare workers to use them if nothing else is available.  However, it does seem somewhat mind boggling that the wealthiest country on earth cannot provide appropriate equipment to its front line in this crisis.

 

That is the mind boggling issue 

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4 minutes ago, doodlebug said:

No, the CDC really did recommend bandanas for health care providers who can't get N95 masks.  Cloth masks are better than no mask at all, so it does make sense for healthcare workers to use them if nothing else is available.  However, it does seem somewhat mind boggling that the wealthiest country on earth cannot provide appropriate equipment to its front line in this crisis.

 

Right??

My OB/GYN DIL told me yesterday each dr at her hospital has been given one surgical mask. when they leave at night it goes in a sealed bag. they take it home and bring it back. if they do a surgery that is their mask, if they must do 2 surgeries in a row it is with the same mask.

lose yours or someone takes it, you have nothing. there are no other masks

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2 hours ago, galaxychaser said:

NY has 25,000 cases. How many can’t get a test? I guess if you are rich and famous you can. 
 

 

Or rich and Royal..Prince Charles was just tested and has it.

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I saw a post on FB the other night where people were taking diapers and turning them into masks! I guess this is better than just a bandanna, but have we really reached a point where people are going out with diapers on their heads? Maybe so.

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1 hour ago, ChiCricket said:

Or rich and Royal..Prince Charles was just tested and has it.

Apparently he was showing symptoms. Besides a bad cough, they haven't said what those symptoms are. There's a difference between asymptomatic rich people getting tested and people who show signs of having the virus getting tested. 

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14 minutes ago, Temperance said:

Apparently he was showing symptoms. Besides a bad cough, they haven't said what those symptoms are. There's a difference between asymptomatic rich people getting tested and people who show signs of having the virus getting tested. 

Also he and his wife were tested by the NHS. You can view it as a waste of public resources, or as a show of confidence in the public health service that pretty much everyone uses (vs. going to a private lab which I assume they could have done). It's a matter of perspective. 

Interesting that it took only a day for the test results. Don't know if that's average for NHS testing for the virus but they seem to have the technology to do a pretty quick turnaround compared to what I've been seeing in the news in the US. 

Here's what the linked BBC news story said: 

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Charles had been displaying mild symptoms over the weekend and was tested by the NHS in Aberdeenshire on Monday.

The results came through on Tuesday night, showing he was positive.

 

 

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I did hear from my sister’s former caregiver. She’s alright, staying inside and only going out for medical appts. 

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1 hour ago, Jeeves said:

Also he and his wife were tested by the NHS. You can view it as a waste of public resources, or as a show of confidence in the public health service that pretty much everyone uses (vs. going to a private lab which I assume they could have done). It's a matter of perspective. 

Interesting that it took only a day for the test results. Don't know if that's average for NHS testing for the virus but they seem to have the technology to do a pretty quick turnaround compared to what I've been seeing in the news in the US. 

Here's what the linked BBC news story said: 

 

People (with money) are paying to get tests at private clinics in the UK, too.

but yeah, funny how some test results are taking a lot longer than others . . .

 

 

 

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I just posted the message below in the Sister Wives forum, and I wanted to say the same here, since the same applies, and I think I may be mixing up this forum and the Sister Wives forum with my examples anyway 😄.

 

Hello everyone!  I just wanted to send a quick thanks to everyone in this forum for being a connection to the outside world for me!  I live alone,  am a loner at heart and love my "just me" time, but not when it's enforced, like now!!   All of you have been keeping me company, and I appreciate it.  

I often share things that I find here, including the live cam link to all the cute animals (I shared with my entire staff, who all loved it).   I can't remember who posted it to give you credit, but a lot of people on my end are enjoying it!

Today's example of sharing  was the awesome, succinct update post from @DOODLEBUG earlier today, which I shared with a couple of good friends.

So, without getting too mushy, thank you all for being here for me!  ❤️ ❤️ ❤️

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Popping in again. Only skimming posts because my anxiety creeps up when I least expect it and sometimes too much COVID info increases it. Hope you all are faring well during these crazy times. Virtual hugs to everyone.

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10 minutes ago, crazy8s said:

update on sister in law and husband that were on the Grand Princess and then Miramar Marine base - finally, they got home late last night and are in good health. tested negative

one of their sons stocked them on basic supplies.

they are so relieved to be home

Yay!!

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17 minutes ago, crazy8s said:

update on sister in law and husband that were on the Grand Princess and then Miramar Marine base - finally, they got home late last night and are in good health. tested negative

one of their sons stocked them on basic supplies.

they are so relieved to be home

That's great news! 

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1 hour ago, crazy8s said:

update on sister in law and husband that were on the Grand Princess and then Miramar Marine base - finally, they got home late last night and are in good health. tested negative

one of their sons stocked them on basic supplies.

they are so relieved to be home

I’m so glad to hear this! I’ve been so worried about them. 

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Thanks @doodlebug for the informed update. It's thinks like this that Trump needs to be talking about in his less conferences, Even if it's not overwhelmingly positive. Information is better than platitudes. 

What struck me is the projections that activity in Ohio won't peak until mid-May. Do you have more information on that? I'm in MI and we're basically following OH's lead. I'm afraid of this continues like it is until mid-May people are going to take this less seriously than it needs to be. We can't convince people to stay in and away from others for two weeks. 😔😠 (We're not even going to talk about Trump wanting to open the country by Easter. The Pope cancelled Easter at the Vatican. Surely the Trump can follow suit.)

 

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3 minutes ago, McManda said:

What struck me is the projections that activity in Ohio won't peak until mid-May. Do you have more information on that? I'm in MI and we're basically following OH's lead. 

 

They are telling us this in Arkansas too--we may not peak for another 6-8 weeks, which would be early-to-mid May. 

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This was put up by my daughter's neighbor, and I thought I'd share 😊

(Bensenville,Illinois)

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My sweet 92-year-old mother who has dementia is in an assisted living facility in Michigan where someone two days ago tested positive and is in the hospital with Covid-19.

They are all in lockdown in their rooms and I am scared for her.

We live in Washington state and are in self-isolation. So far, we’re healthy.

I am stress eating and drinking wine inappropriately. 

Clearly I have substandard coping skills and am mostly just scared witless.

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