At least we'll know after the election in November if we can forget about and or if we're stuck with it for another four years..

I don't begrudge a teacher for not wanting to return to work with the spreading. I do begrudge for expecting full pay with my tax dollars to avoid reopening.

If public don't want to open, then give us our money back so it can be given to private schools that are willing to open.

We do not recommend requiring the general public who do not have symptoms of COVID-19-like illness to routinely wear cloth or surgical because:

There is no scientific evidence they are effective in reducing the risk of transmission

Their use may result in those wearing the masks to relax other distancing efforts because they have a sense of protection

We need to preserve the supply of surgical masks for at-risk healthcare workers

was created by in a lab (then either accidentally or intentionally released) and the only thing that would change my mind on this would be confirming it.

‘A Year's Worth of Attempts in Four Weeks’: The Unintended Consequences of

Stay-at-home orders come with a host of unintended consequences that we have not even begun to measure or understand

Similarly, what are the psychological impacts of masks? How does it affect small children to see everyone around them in one? What about someone struggling with ?

The isn't what scares me, it's the damage to our culture that will be hard to repair

People act like is a unique threat to their immortality,

Look, you're dead. It's just a matter of how much time you have left.

Living in fear is no way to live.

"Give me liberty or give me death" because death is a given, but is up to us.

Imagine how disappointed the media must be that didn't die from the

could be key to figuring out proper responses to the threat posed by , and a comparison between the three countries could support the idea that disease reduction doesn’t demand draconian laws that implode economies.

"Shelter in place" and the destruction of the economy will be lethal

"In the longer term, more lives will be lost if we continue this strategy. For every one percent increase in the unemployment rate, there has typically been an increase of about one percent in the number of suicides. How many lost lives out of 300 million in the USA does a 10 percent,15 percent, 20 percent unemployment rate represent?"

Thinking about how the was kissing Chinese ass recently before all this mess and then they were so quick to lead the way and shut it all down over the because one person tested positive ..

The death rate in the USA from is something like 26 per million.

"There were 33,654 fatal motor vehicle crashes in the United States in 2018 in which 36,560 deaths occurred. This resulted in 11.2 deaths per 100,000 people and 1.13 deaths per 100 million miles traveled"

For those of you holding degree in gender studies trying to follow this, that's 112 people per million dying in car accidents in the USA

You're more likely to die in your car driving to work than from the


OK, so you still insist on taking these phony baloney numbers seriously? Then let’s take another looks at that Italian report on those dying with (not of) Covid-19.

The report tells us that the median age of those who have been pronounced dead with (not of) Covid-19 is 78. To put that number in perspective, the average life expectancy in Italy is 82.8.

the predictions of the model don't match the reality on the ground in China, South Korea or Italy. We are five times the size of Italy. If we were Italy and did all those divisions, Italy should have close to 400,000 deaths. They are not close to achieving that.

- White House coronavirus task force member Dr. Deborah Birx


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