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July 8, 2020

CNN: 56 Florida hospital ICUs have hit capacity

Filed under: News — Scottie @ 04:22

56 Florida hospital ICUs have hit capacity
The worsening coronavirus pandemic hit a series of somber peaks across the United States on Tuesday, renewing fears that more hospitals could be overloaded with Covid-19 patients.

Read in CNN: https://apple.news/AvwgEjBQsQ7qKJiKtnRgW1A

Shared from Apple News

4 Comments »

  1. You know, Scottie, when I read about this stuff, I go back to the conversation with my daughter. More and more I’m beginning to wonder if she was just being facetious. I mean, she’s not stupid. And, as I’ve said before, she’s quite independent so I find it somewhat difficult to think she’s being influenced by her husband. Being able to communicate “on the fly” through our phones is great, but it does have its drawbacks …

    Anyway … continue to stay safe. And I trust Ron will do the same in his travels.

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    Comment by Nan — July 8, 2020 @ 11:58

    • Hello Nan. The best science now is that the virus is also airborne. So it lingers in the air much longer than first thought. Hugs

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      Comment by Scottie — July 9, 2020 @ 05:27

      • I know they’re diligently working on it, but it would sure be helpful if the scientific world would come up with some SOLID facts about this virus. The more they thrown out that it could be this or it could be that … or it probably spreads this way … or it’s possibly “whatever,” the less the dissenters pay attention. Instead, it bolsters their conclusions that it’s nothing but a “Democratic hoax.”

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        Comment by Nan — July 9, 2020 @ 12:02

        • Hello Nan. I understand. Yet it is a new virus of a family of viruses. These things evolve, and they do so fast enough to see it happening. However the good news is that when we understand this one fully, we are better prepared for the next one. Hugs

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          Comment by Scottie — July 9, 2020 @ 14:29


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