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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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California Tops New York As Most COVID-19 Infected State In The U.S.

Data from John Hopkin’s University now shows California tops New York as the State with the most COVID-19 infection surpassing 430,000. New York to date has 409,697 infected, most of the numbers happened during the Spring lockdown whereas California’s numbers … Continue reading

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Coronavirus Soaring Numbers, NOT A Hoax

Healthcare systems are preparing for the long months ahead on how they will deal and approach the relentless COVID-19. Research suggest New Coronavirus kills 5-10 people for every 1,000 it infects. Fatality rate varies with age and access to healthcare. … Continue reading

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Hiking Happiness At Montara

Whether by the beach or overlooking from its mountains, Montara is our happy place. So, today I hope to give you the same happiness it gave me by taking you there on a hike. Happiness means more when we work … Continue reading

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Coronavirus Second Surge Hits Summer

It’s Summer. We’re on the move. So is Coronavirus. Exceeding 20,000 COVID-19 new cases per day, America will witness a Summer it has never seen before as increasing new cases emerges in Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North … Continue reading

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One Day We’re Here, One Day We’re Not

If there is one important lesson the Coronavirus Pandemic has taught me is that I need to make the most of life everyday because “One day we’re here, one day we’re not.” Hiking for the first time since Stay-at-Home, I … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Essential Frontliners Our Lives Matter

Surpassing 500,000 deaths worldwide with more than 10 million confirmed cases, the terror of COVID-19 continues as the world reopens with the pandemic still out of control. Among the dead are Nurses, Doctors, EMS personnels, Police Officers, Cashiers, Store Workers, … Continue reading

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When I Turn 44

I woke up one day and realized time passed me by. I’d been too busy with work and the never-ending demands and expectations of this world. Best Birthday I came home from work expecting my son awake and getting ready … Continue reading

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