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WHO WILL BE THE NEXT 100,000 DEAD AMERICA?

The quiescence of COVID-19 post Summer Surge is over. New cases are starting to pick-up again as people resume life with less restrictions and caution. Both COVID-19 and Flu test combo swabs started last week. I swabbed two patients myself. … Continue reading

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San Francisco, Is It Still America’s Greatest City By The Bay?

We haven’t seen Downtown San Francisco since the COVID-19 Pandemic Lockdown in March 2020. So it was a shocker to see it as it is now. On a normally busy Saturday, it looks almost like a ghost town. The city … Continue reading

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What’s Next For California?

For the past 5 days, Californians are seeing a unnatural phenomenon like they are in planet Mars. Eerie, creepy, apocalyptic are just some of the words that best describes it. In places where the wildfires are actually burning homes and … Continue reading

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What does the frustrating COVID-19 numbers means for California and the U.S.

Hottest week of Summer. Walking towards the car feels like opening a pre-heated oven. So glad, I’m actually at work enjoying a free all day Air Conditioning. Not everyone is lucky though, a co-worker has no electricity for 16 hours. … Continue reading

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With Kamala Harris, I See Hope

The announcement of Democrat’s Presidential hopeful Joe Biden of his running mate made so many smile with excitement Tuesday. Kamala Harris, the first Woman of Color for Vice President brought joy to many, something America has been missing since COVID-19 … Continue reading

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First Day Online Schooling Goes Live in California

We all woke up early to make sure everything is set up and ready for our son’s first day of on-line schooling. Our first year high schooler woke up at 6:00 AM, way ahead of mom and dad. He had … Continue reading

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How Much Is Too Much? U.S. Surpass 5.1 Million New Coronavirus Cases

When numbers no longer scare people, we just pray for a miracle and hope everything we do is enough to protect ourselves and our family. How much is too much? Surpassing 5.1 million New Coronavirus confirmed cases in the U.S. … Continue reading

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If We Get To Save 70,000 Lives From Coronavirus Including Our Own, Will We Wear A Mask?

Latest IHME Model projects nearly 300,000 people could die of coronavirus in the U.S. by December. Dr. Christopher Murray, Director of Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation shared the results of the cumulative studies to CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta and … Continue reading

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Between Fun and Serenity

Escape or Discover? Traveling the world, going to the beach, taking road trips, hiking nature outdoors, we all have our reasons for doing them but if narrowed down between fun and serenity, I choose serenity. I wake up sometimes overwhelmed … Continue reading

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Coronavirus and California

Knowing most cancelled their Summer vacation request due to Coronavirus outbreak, my boss actually asked me, “Just to confirm, are you still taking a vacation request?” My answer was a 100% sure, “Yes, I am.” Like most Californian’s, I simply … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Surge or Wave, First or Second, Does It Matter?

So much debates whether we are on a surge or a wave. Whether this is the second or a resurgence of the first of COVID-19 pandemic. Does it matter? All I see are scientific data of infection rates and deaths. … Continue reading

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STOP COVID-19 CHALLENGE

In four straight days, U.S. hits above 1,000 new deaths per day from COVID-19. In 30 days, that’s 30,000 deaths. By December, about 120,000 more on top of today’s 146,420 total number of COVID-19 related deaths. California, Texas and Florida … Continue reading

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