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Old 03-23-2020, 10:58 AM   #111
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There's nothing wrong with taking solace in the fact that most who get this will live.
Personally, this concept changes as we age.

For example, as a boy just in my twenties facing a bully I would think, "Well, it's him or me, so it's going to be him..." The idea of losing or surrendering just wasn't in the lexicon.

Then you get married and gray hair. Now you are not a solitary entity. Suddenly you are a representative. If you break numerous fingers or an arm you cannot work--ergo, your family cannot eat.

I keep telling myself, "Careful with that knife, Cutter, your enemy might be married, too..."
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Old 03-23-2020, 06:39 PM   #112
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Yup, it's all relative, "nothing new under the sun", "If I knew then"...

It changes for us all as we age I suppose (if we're lucky enough to). I remember about 15 years ago telling an older salesman with my company (Zak, a tough old bird from Chicago) that my dad once told me it seemed like he was 35 one day and when woke up the next he was 55??? Zak came back in the room about 30 minutes later and said "Mark,,, your father was correct except it's 40, and after that it's a toboggan ride"!!! I laughed when he made the comment but I can appreciate the validity of the statement now. Every day on this side of the grass is a blessing :-)
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Old 03-24-2020, 05:26 AM   #113
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Monday 3/23 there are 35,224 reported cases in the USA and 343,421 world wide.
Tuesday 3/24 there are 46,450 reported cases in the USA and 387,382 world wide.
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Old 03-25-2020, 05:09 AM   #114
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Tuesday 3/24 there are 46,450 reported cases in the USA and 387,382 world wide.
Wednesday 3/25 there are 55,225 reported cases in the USA and 428,405 world wide.

Top 10 states with the most cases

New York 26,348
New Jersey 3,675
California 2,617
Washington 2,469
Michigan 1,791
Illinois 1,535
Florida 1,467
Louisiana 1,388
Massachusetts 1,159
Georgia 1,097


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Originally Posted by Chuck43 View Post
Wednesday 3/25 there are 55,225 reported cases in the USA and 428,405 world wide.

Top 10 states with the most cases

New York 26,348
New Jersey 3,675
California 2,617
Washington 2,469
Michigan 1,791
Illinois 1,535
Florida 1,467
Louisiana 1,388
Massachusetts 1,159
Georgia 1,097


Once again, Illinois in the Top-10 of a bad list. Can we aim this thing at some of our politicians.
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Old 03-25-2020, 09:37 AM   #117
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It's impressive how much red is being filled in.

I wish it was the Republican head count instead.
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Old 03-26-2020, 05:35 AM   #118
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Wednesday 3/25 there are 55,225 reported cases in the USA and 428,405 world wide.

Top 10 states with the most cases

New York 26,348
New Jersey 3,675
California 2,617
Washington 2,469
Michigan 1,791
Illinois 1,535
Florida 1,467
Louisiana 1,388
Massachusetts 1,159
Georgia 1,097


Thursday 3/26 there are 69,197 reported cases in the USA and 480,446 world wide.

Top 10 states with the most cases

New York 33,013
New Jersey 4,402
California 3,158
Washington 2,588
Michigan 2,295
Florida 1,977
Illinois 1,865
Massachusetts 1,838
Louisiana 1,795
Georgia 1,387
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Old 03-26-2020, 06:38 AM   #119
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I notice that Wisconsin is not listed. I'm sort of glad.

For example, all that "milk" you hear about is just advertising. I haven't seen a Guernsey in over a decade. Friendly people? Another myth, most of the Illinois mafia come here for vacations.

My advise is to visit lovely New Jersey. Ample parking, and only a 1 in 3 chance of being mugged. That "dairyland" handle is just advertising. California has more cows than we do.

Heck, I'd just stay home if I were you. I would join you, but I live here...
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Old 03-26-2020, 06:59 AM   #120
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Wisconsin has fewer people but the rate of infection is on par with the top ten. For example, Georgia is in the top ten. Georgia has twice the population as Wisconsin. Georgia has twice the number of corona cases as Wisconsin-- 1387 vs 630.

Looks like it's fixing to explode in Wisconsin with corona beginning most everywhere. Keep in mind these are only known tested positive cases. Wisconsin has done little testing so figure maybe 10x or more and rapidly accelerating.

Wisconsin hospitals are already running out of protective gear for their healthcare workers. --

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention calls homemade masks a "last resort" to be used only during a crisis, because their capability to protect is unknown.

"Caution should be exercised when considering this option," the CDC's website states.

The directive comes as nurses and other health care workers in Wisconsin are grappling with a shortage of masks, gowns and other gear to protect them from COVID-19.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has heard from nearly a dozen health care workers from hospitals in Milwaukee and Madison who report they have no protective masks or that they have been required to wear a single mask all day.

“This is cause for concern,” said Gina Dennik-Champion, executive director of the Wisconsin Nursing Association, an advocacy group for the state’s roughly 90,000 nurses.




At least 630 patients have tested positive for the coronavirus in Wisconsin since the outbreak began.
333 patients in Milwaukee County -- Community spread identified
254 patients live within the city of Milwaukee
88 patients in Dane County -- Community spread identified
42 patients in Waukesha County -- Community spread identified
21 patients in Washington County
20 patients in Ozaukee County
18 patients in Fond du Lac County -- Community spread identified
14 patients in Kenosha County -- Community spread identified
10 patients in La Crosse County
8 patients in Racine County
7 patients in Sheboygan County
6 patients in Sauk County
5 patients in Winnebago County
5 patients in Columbia County -- Community spread identified
5 patients in Walworth County -- Community spread identified
5 patients in Jefferson County
5 patients in Eau Claire County
4 patients in Douglas County
4 patients in St. Croix County
4 patients in Rock County
4 patients in Outagamie County
3 patients in Brown County -- Community spread identified
3 patients in Pierce County
3 patients in Dodge County
3 patients in Iowa County
1 patients in Chippewa County
1 patient in Wood County
1 patient in Green County
1 patient in Dunn County
1 patient in Marathon County
1 patient in Bayfield County
1 patient in Calumet County
1 patient in Grant County
1 patient in Vilas County
1 patient in Monroe County

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I wouldn't be surprised if at some point Wisconsin begins making similar decisions as Italy... simply don't provide life-saving services like ventilators to those over 60.

Good luck.

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