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  1. I can reach out. The quantity would probably have to make sense
  2. 150 members of the Saudi Royal family infected. That’s a big deal that could have lasting ramifications.
  3. 6.6 million new first time claims this week.
  4. Covid-19 passed cancer and heart disease as the leading causes of daily deaths in the US yesterday: https://public.flourish.studio/visualisation/1727839/ We need more and better testing.
  5. Second Harvest is feeding a bunch of kids right now. Likewise Room In the Inn is doing some heavy lifting among vulnerable populations.
  6. When I die let my ashes float down the Green River. Let my soul roll on up to the Rochester dam. I'll be halfway to Heaven with Paradise waitin' Just five miles away from wherever I am. Godspeed, John.
  7. Going back to your comments about the fabric weave being too small to keep a virus out - that would necessarily mean it’s also too small to keep it in. Maybe it would limit the distance cough droplets might travel? I’d have to see test data.
  8. Marking this for later comment when I’m not on mobile.
  9. As of last week, Iceland was doing wide scale testing - but had only tested 17,900 people. 1% have come back positive. I have no know where that 46% came from - but I have seen data from Iceland suggesting that roughly 50% of those positive cases were asymptomatic. Mind you 1% of 17900 is 179 cases with roughly 90 being asymptomatic. It’s not a large sample group.
  10. I read something the other day that’s stuck with me for a bit. The essence of it was, “turns out Atlas can’t really shrug after all.” The rich, holed up in their enclaves - depend on the masses to bring them their groceries - and then fearfully wipe them down wondering if they might be infected. A lot of us are lucky to be able to work remotely. I know I designed my firm that way. That’s a luxury. But this whole system depends on people showing up and doing jobs that have to be done live and in person so to speak. In remember reading a few years ago that, “if you can’t find a dog, or a cat, or a snake doing you job in a Richard Scarry book, it might not be a real job.” If anything, I think that’s why it’s critical for folks like me to do my part and stay home - so that people who can’t aren’t unnecessarily affected by my carelessness. I hope that when this is all said and done that people will have a better appreciation for all the folks who keep the wheels on this economy. If I’m making wishes - I might wish that we find a way to decouple the 70-80% of our economy that depends on consumers continuing to buy stuff. I appreciate you guys.
  11. I just talked to a friend in New York. She lives in the city - in Brooklyn. She said that all you hear is sirens - all night long - it's maddening. She said that it's so bad there that anyone who can stay in - absolutely is. No one is going out that doesn't absolutely have to.
  12. I'm not the author of the above, but looking at the underlying code, it seems to be live to (n-1) days. So, it should push up to yesterday's data each day. I don't know what time of day that push happens. Here's the underlying source: https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/
  13. I'd almost guarantee it. We work with a counseling organization that did more telehealth based counseling sessions last week than it had ever done in a prior week in person - and it was larger by a magnitude of scale.

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