Friday, June 26, 2020

George Floyd I Cant Breath


Covid days, 
We’re on lock down. Wow !
March 15, day
It’s a Pandemic, serious stuff
A deadly Virus
Started in China
Virus came from Bats
They thinks so
Spreads fast, the Corona Virus 
aka Covid19
Get tested
Know the symptoms, high fever, cough, touble breathing, loss of appetite
Get to the hospital

Here we go, on lock down
Supposed to stay inside, it’s called quarantine
Don’t go out
Only when necessary 
Wear a Mask, wash your hands, many times
Over and over, and over again
At least 20 seconds they say, sing Happy Birthday 2 times
Do a good job, I do better, I take 2 minutes
To Wash my hands
Wash your hands, don’t forget

Restaurants, bars, banks, Barber Shops, Beauty Parlor, all Closed
No toilet paper, no toilet paper, no toilet paper
There’s a toilet paper shortage
No TP, it’s almost a Joke
But it’s a big thing. No Toilet Paper
nor is there Sanitizer 
Sirous Shit
No pun intended 

Govenor Cuomo everyday, Press Conference, DeBlassio too
I listen
Everyday, the numbers, people are dying
Hospitals filling up, bed are scarce
People put on Ventilators, Governor Cuomo wants more
People are dying
A lot, 700 a day
In New york State alone
This is scary
It’s tragic, people are dying 
700 a day

The Govenor wants ventilators, more hospital bed, make-shift hospitals
United States Naval Hospital Ship
It sails into New York
People are dying
Doctors and Nurses overworked, front line, it’s dangerous, it’s Covid
People are dying, doctors and nurses too, it’s dangerous, Corona Virus
Started in China, Bats !
Live animal markets, it spread all over the World, Italy hit hard, people are dying
A lot
World is shut down, on lock down, wear a Mask ! Wash your hands

Doctors and nurses 
Overworked, insane hours, they’re stretched to the limit
7 o’clock , every night “Clap because we Care” for health care workers
All of them, Front Line Workers, doctors, nurses, delivery person, grocery stores too
Thank you all so much
Clap Because you Care
7 pm, every night
One day it will end
We Hope

May 25, cop puts his knee on a mans knee, 8 minutes 46 seconds
“I can’t Breath. I can’t Breath” cops knee a mans neck
8 minutes and 46 second he can’t breath
“Momma ! Momma !” he cries, cops knee on a man’s neck, George Floyd
He can’t breath, he dies, 8 minutes and 45 seconds, George Floyd could breath, he dies
Murdered by a cop in Minneapolis, police officer Derek Chauvin
Hey Derek, the man couldn’t breath, he was hand-cuffed and on the ground. Why?
Why’d you have to do it? Why?

Here comes Al Sharpton
Civil unrest, protests, Black Lives Matter
Civil unrest, protest, riots, looting
It’s not good. I don’t like it. Why’d do it Derek? You killed George Floyd
Black Lives Matter, all lives matter

There’s Civil Unrest, all over America, even the World
Large groups of people protest, there’s a Pandemic going on. “Hello” ?
No social distancing, at protests, not good, gonna spread the virus
People are dying

DeBlassio, Cuomo, Doctor Fauci, everyday, they talk

Zoom is Booming, so are sales, Face Mask, Hand Sanitizer, Puzzles, model kits
Old School Stuff
Kids don’t know about these things

School? There is none, social distancing, schools are shut down, learn at home, ZOOM !
People un-employed, out of work. How Many? 36 Million
Stimulus Checks come
$1,200, signed by Trump, Mitch doesn’t like it. He’s a No Good Bastard ! Who?
Mitch McConnell
There’s a Recession. Or is it a Depression?
Never seen nothing like this
A Pandemic, Covid19, Trump calls it Chinese Flu
It sarted in China
Bats !
The Whole World is Shut Down
People are suffering
They’re dying
a lot
thousand that is

When is it going to end?
This Shit is serious
People dying, 125,000 in America alone
People dying, Covid19, China. Why?
The whole World has been shut down, paralyzed , we are

George Floyd died, 
but not from Covid19

When is going to end?



June 26, 2020

Saturday, June 20, 2020

Will Trump Rally Spread Covid Virus





As the coronavirus plows through the United States, health experts worry President Donald Trump's campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, will become a new hotspot for Coronavirus infections.
Leaders and public health experts have expressed concern, including Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, as well as Bruce Dart, the director of Tulsa's health department, who told the Tulsa World he wishes "we could postpone this to a time when the virus isn't as large a concern as it is today."
Tulsa's Bank of Oklahoma Center arena holds 19,000; attendees will be admitted on a first-come, first-served basis. People have been lining up for days to secure their spots.
But, at a time when Covid-19 cases are on the rise in Oklahoma -- the state has seen new confirmed cases more than double from the previous week, according to analysis of Johns Hopkins University data -- and in neighboring Texas, the rally could be a recipe for a super-spreader event.

Guidelines for gatherings during Covid-19

The rally violates virtually every one of the guiding principles for gatherings issued by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, putting it in the "highest risk" category. It's large and it's indoors. Social distancing almost certainly will not be possible if the arena is filled to anything close to capacity. Attendees will likely be yelling and chanting (and expelling droplets farther and faster than if they were speaking quietly). There might be social pressure to not wear Masks, as many Trump supporters have mocked the use of MASKS during the Pandemic, and Trump told the Wall Street Journal that he thinks some people wear them to signal disapproval of him.




"We know what makes transmission of the virus occur more frequently, and that includes close contact, particularly without masking, crowds, [being] indoors versus outdoors, the duration of the contact, and then shouting also increases the possibility of transmission," said Catherine Troisi, an infectious disease epidemiologist at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. "There are going to be tens of thousands of people in attendance. So, it is a great place to spread virus. And from what I understand, these are not just people who live in Tulsa. There are people coming in from far away to go to the rally, so they'll be returning to their home cities, and so that we may see spread outside of the Tulsa area."
Dr. Howard Markel, a professor of the history of medicine and pediatrics and communicable diseases at the University of Michigan Medical School, echoed the concerns. "It's in a crowded auditorium, I'm sure it's Recirculated Air people will be cheering and clapping and screaming. And there's a risk of some of them may be infected with Covid. It's the opposite of social distancing, it's social crowding and that presents a risk, particularly as [infections are] kind of spurring up around the Sunbelt."

How great is the risk?

Quantifying the risk is hard, but CNN contributor Erin Bromage, an associate professor of biology at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, tried to show how the virus could spread.
"You can do some basic numbers to work out how many people will be there that are infected," he said. Consider an arena the size of BOK and Tulsa County's incident rate is about 3 per 1,000 -- but the rally will draw people from other places, too.
If 100 people in the audience arrive already infected, even without symptoms, studies of transmission suggest roughly 20% of the people are responsible for releasing from 80% to 99% of the virus into the environment. This is called the Pareto principle and is well-described in public health.
"So, of that 100, you're looking at 20 people that are seriously releasing lots of virus there," Bromage estimated.
Being indoors, he said, increases the risk of transmission about 20-fold. Not wearing masks increases it more. "Add in yelling, chanting, singing -- that's a 10- to 50-fold increase in viral particles or respiratory droplets coming out," he said.
And finally, people will be in fixed spots for long periods, raising the risk mainly for the people who are within a certain radius of someone shedding a lot of virus.
So while a single individual on average spreads the virus to two to three other people, in this scenario -- a packed arena where there's a lot of shouting and possibly little mask-wearing -- each of those 20 attendees shedding a lot of virus could potentially infect 40 to 50 people, Bromage said. Those 800 to 1,000 newly infected people go home, possibly out of state, and potentially spread it even more. It is the anatomy of an outbreak.
"From an infection-control standpoint, it's a terrible idea," Bromage said.