The New World Order Pukes Will Push This Make-Believe Killer Coronavirus Hoping to Yoke This Country’s Population, There One Objective Will be to Control the World’s Population, What Our Governors Are Hoping for, to Get a Prize Seat at the Table of the New World Order, They’ll Do Anything to Obtain That Position, That Includes Destroying People’s Lives…
- New York reports ~100 deaths
- Brazil reports more daily deaths than US
- UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock unveils “test & trace”
- Italy reports another 117 deaths
- Disney to reopen “the Magic Kingdom”
- Dr. Fauci says images of MDW partiers are ‘troubling’
- Germany returns chloroquine donated by Bayer
- India cases top 150k
- France discontinues use of hydroxychloroquine
- Japan, EU push new stimulus
- New Chinese study confirms COVID uses same ‘strategy’ as HIV to cripple immune system
- Wuhan finds 200 ‘asymptomatic’ cases after testing millions
- ECB’s Lagarde said eurozone economy could take 12% hit due to virus
- WHO reiterates warnings about premature reopening
Update (1355ET): New York State has seen cases continue to fall, and reported just over 100 deaths over the last 24 hours.
- NEW YORK REPORTS 364,965 VIRUS CASES, UP FROM 363,836 || CASES RISE 0.3% VS. 7-DAY AVG. 0.4%
Gov Cuomo used today’s briefing to bash the Trump administration for not funneling enough cash to his state.
In a story that caught our eye from earlier, South Africa’s ban on sales of tobacco and alcohol as part of its lockdown measures has created a burgeoning, according to the Associated Press.
A soccer mom in one of Cape Town’s posh suburbs drops off a cardboard box of blankets to a neighbor. Inside the box are several bottles of red wine.
In Johannesburg’s Alexandra township, two men in face masks greet each other on a sunny street. One has surreptitiously sold the other a pack of cigarettes.
A bootlegging culture has sprung up across South Africa in response to the government’s nearly 8-week-old ban on the sale of tobacco and alcohol, part of its strict lockdown to combat the spread of the coronavirus.
“They’ve banned the sale of cigarettes but we’re still able to buy them,” said street vendor Mluleki Mbhele. “We buy cigarettes in the streets in the black market. The officials know about it because they themselves continue to smoke.”
Critics describe the prohibitions imposed by President Cyril Ramaphosa as puritanical, hypocritical and unrealistic. Around the world, only Panama and Sri Lanka are reported to be prohibiting the sale of liquor during the pandemic, while India and Thailand temporarily banned it.
South African government officials say the number of admissions to hospital emergency rooms from alcohol-related crimes and vehicle accidents have been reduced significantly. Supporters of the ban on cigarette sales say smoking weakens the respiratory system, which is attacked by the virus.
South Africa has the continent’s highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases with over 24,000. The virus has spread relatively slowly across Africa, whose 54 countries with a population of 1.3 billion have reported a total of over 115,000 cases.
As Latin America steals the crown of lockdown epicenter from the US, a new COVID-19 model shared by WaPo predicts the death toll in Brazil could surpass 125,000 by early August. In Chile, despite a strict lockdown in the capital of Santiago, officials said 95% of ICU beds have been filled. Brazil has reported 24,125 deaths so far, and on Wednesday, the Brazilian Health Ministry reported 1,039 deaths, larger than the daily total from the US.
Update (1310ET): As expected, UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock unveiled HMG’s new plan for guiding the country back to some degree of normalcy. It will rely heavily on the NHS and a new legion of contact tracers, and a new “test and trace” regimen that will take full advantage of the surveillance apps and methodologies that have been developed in the pursuit of contact tracing, a controversial technique that has nevertheless been touted as the answer for preventing the second wave.
‘Test, trace, isolate’: Walz’s plan to reopen state depends on more COVID-19 tests
The New World Order Pukes Will Push This Make-Believe Killer Coronavirus Hoping to Yoke This Country’s Population, There One Objective Will be to Control the World’s Population, What Our Governors Are Hoping for, to Get a Prize Seat at the Table of the New World Order, They’ll Do Anything to Obtain That Position, that would include destroying people’s lives
Gov. Tim Walz extended Minnesota’s peacetime emergency status on Monday, and his administration announced his salary will be cut 10% for the rest of the year.
With increasing pressure to address the economic ramifications of the coronavirus and related stay-at-home order, Walz shared what he thinks is required to open up the state to more commerce while keeping residents healthy.
Another 29 people tested positive for COVID-19, but no new deaths from the disease were reported Monday in Minnesota.
The number of people who tested positive for the novel coronavirus reached a total of 1,650 known cases on Monday morning and 70 people have died, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
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Sunday the number of known cases jumped by 194 in a day, the largest one-day jump in confirmed cases since the virus was first detected in Minnesota.
That’s because the Sunday report included more than 24 hours’ worth of data and Monday’s report included less than 24 hours’ worth, said Infectious Disease Division Director Kris Ehresmann on a Monday call with reporters. Health officials are working to even out the reports after the Easter holiday.
Balancing the economy and public health
On the Monday call, state leaders discussed steps to reopen the economy so long as Minnesota can test, trace and isolate people in contact with the coronavirus.
They also announced Walz, his chief of staff and Cabinet agency commissioners will take a 10% pay cut for the rest of the year and there’s a hiring freeze in the executive branch, with exceptions for jobs important to the pandemic response, said Myron Frans, commissioner of Minnesota Management and Budget. The state will release an unscheduled budget projection in May to plan for changes caused by the pandemic.
“We believe we’re working in the right direction to save lives,” Walz said Monday. “Yes, we all want to open up tomorrow, but people will die if we do that.”
No new patients were hospitalized or placed in intensive care on Monday, and 157 remain in the hospital.
There was no change Monday in the number of people with COVID-19 who could leave their isolation. That remains at 842.
How are we doing on tests?
In Minnesota, 38,427 people have been tested for COVID-19, with priority given to specific groups, including health care workers, hospitalized people, dialysis patients as well as residents or staff in congregate living centers like prisons or nursing homes. The state conducted about 25% of the tests in the public health lab and the rest was done by external laboratories.
Walz wants Minnesota to increase testing capacity to 5,000 a day in coming weeks.
The state is working with many in-state partners to get tests for the disease and tests for antibodies, including all the needed parts of the tests and protective equipment for those who administer the tests, he said Monday.
“This is going to be a hard lift because of the shortage of all the things that are out there,” Walz said. “Those that keep asking, ‘What’s the plan to reopen?’ The plan to reopen is very, very clear: test, trace, isolate, open back up, and continue this until we get a vaccine.”
He said there’s reason for optimism, but he cautioned against complacency.
The World Is In Big Trouble, for Those That Believe We Will Go Back to Some Sense of Normal Life Here on Earth, You Will Be Sadly Disappointed, Seven and Half Years of Hell on Earth Which Began January 1, 2020
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The accumulating death toll from Covid-19 can be seen minute-by-minute on cable news channels. But there’s another death toll few seem to care much about: the number of poverty-related deaths being set in motion by deliberately plunging millions of Americans into poverty and despair.
American health care, as we call it today, and for all its high-tech miracles, has evolved into one of the most atrocious rackets the world has ever seen. By racket, I mean an enterprise organized explicitly to make money dishonestly.
All the official reassurances won’t be worth a bucket of warm spit. The Globals are behind the CoronaVirus, It Is a Man-Made Bioweapon.
My job is protecting children. It has taken me from big cities to rural outposts, from ghettos to penthouses, and from courtrooms, into demonic battlefields. But whatever the venue, the truth remains constant: Some humans intentionally hurt children. They commit unspeakable acts—for their pleasure, their profit, or both. StevieRay Hansen, CEO The 127 Faith Foundation
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