Tag Archives: covid19

Super Delta Variant Target Demographics: Young and Unvaccinated

“We made our choices. People are hospitalized and in ventilators because of those choices. People will die of COVID because of their own choosing. No one’s to blame. No more scapegoat. We should treat COVID like any other disease, no … Continue reading

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San Francisco, First U.S. City Showing Signs of COVID-19 Ending

75% percent of San Franciscans above 12 years old are COVID-19 fully vaccinated, and 82% at least received 1 dose. No more mask and social distancing except Healthcare facilities. COVID daily cases and hospitalization negligible as compared to the rest … Continue reading

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Maskless and Free

On Holiday weekend my son asked, “Dad, what’s 4th of July?” What does it mean?” My answer, “It’s Independence.” He asked again, “Dad, what is Independence? What does it mean?” Summarizing in one word from all the versions I’m told, … Continue reading

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“I’m Vaccinated,” So What?

“Sir, please put on your mask. Do you have any symptoms of COVID like fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, loss of taste and smell, vomiting and diarrhea? Have you been sick or exposed to COVID the past 14 days? … Continue reading

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Honesty Not The Best Policy With COVID-19 Mask Rules

We’ve seen it. We’ve lived it. Had lots of anxiety because of it. After more than a year with the COVID-19 Pandemic confusion, lying, downplaying, defiance and fighting over the highly Politicized Mask Rules, we know better that Honesty is … Continue reading

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Same Walk, Different City

Did my long city walk today after months of unhealthy sedentary lifestyle. Same walk, very different city. The fear is gone only to be replaced with something else…loss. Some permanently, others temporarily. Either way, victims continue to struggle for survival … Continue reading

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Are We Ready For The First COVID-19 Surge of 2021? Will History Repeat Itself?

A year ago, we were so afraid of COVID-19 that we stayed home for months during the lockdown and followed CDC guidelines even to an excess. Streets were hauntingly empty. The world overnight was in a mix of chaos and … Continue reading

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California COVID-19 New Variant Mutation: Truth and Predictions

New Year, New Strain It only took days for California to reach its third million COVID-19 cases and less than a month for more than 5,000 L.A. county residents to die from the invincible killer. 441,454 Americans dead as a … Continue reading

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Choosing Joy for Christmas

The best Christmas Trees are not the ones we’ve seen on magazines, Instagram or store windows but the ones we made from scratch out of love and happiest of moments with family. This year, no more Christmas Tree lighting by … Continue reading

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We Should Be Angry For Allowing 130 Americans Die Every Hour From COVID-19

Wednesday, 3,124 Americans died from COVID-19 yet President Trump and his Minions keeps focusing on overthrowing the newly Elected President Biden. President Trump and his Republican loyalists are pushing to toss the will of the people to stay rich and … Continue reading

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100 Days Wear A Mask Challenge

Death Giving Versus Life Giving Christmas Too many patients, not enough staff. Medical experts say hospitals and states must soon prepare to shift to crisis-care mode, a designation with standards for hospitals to navigate life-and-death decisions when they become overwhelmed. … Continue reading

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What Happens if U.S. Run Out of Hospital Beds and Medical Staff by Christmas?

“Treat our Healthcare Heroes with kindness. Don’t take them for granted. Don’t ignore their cry for much needed help. Don’t dismiss their real fears like nothing and insignificant. Don’t continually place them in the meanest, unsafest working conditions. Your heroes … Continue reading

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