These posts are directed toward providing knowledge and solutions for the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic all of us face.
At the time of this first writing, March 24, 2020, the virus is nearing 400,000 detectable cases worldwide and nearly 20,000 deaths.
It has been 143 days (March 11) since the World Health Organization declared the spread of SARS-CoV-2 a pandemic. All of us have watched in disbelief at the increase in the number of cases, the strains on care providers and hospitals and ultimately the deaths of so many people around the world.
As of August 1, 2020, the virus is nearing 18,000,000 detectable cases worldwide and nearly 700,000 deaths. See statistics here.
May all of us find way through this time and work together as one people on one earth to survive. ❤
At the end of the day, the answer is in our hands and in our ability to just stop, pause and be still.
There is a solution …
There are no vaccines for coronaviruses, at all.
The sharing of knowledge, practice of prevention, patience, science and kindness is what will get us through this time.
The United States buckled up and continues to ride wildly through the pandemic …
Short-term desires undermine long-term necessities.
Re-openings are occurring to soon and not following the recommened metrics to reopen.
Just give me a sandwich, a large oak tree planted on a small grassy knoll to sit under …
Most United States leaders, the “president” and the governors are gambling with our lives.
Viruses which have plagued Homo sapiens are never completely eradicated.
There is a road map after all.
With the Coronavirus starting during the past winter and now continuing into spring, and looking at the past pandemics, the COVID-19 pandemic will most likely continue into the summer, fall and winter.
Everyone in the water will eventually feel the ripple pass over them.
One does not start shoveling snow until it stops snowing.
Dark has its place …
While we may attempt to find a hold in time …
China’s lockdown has been effective and has nearly leveled the infection rate.
Until we are all sheltering in place, the pandemic will continue.
Our right to freedom should not endanger other people’s right to life.
We all must share what we have-
Hopefully your state is green …
The effectiveness of a five-week lockdown will be dramatic and also entirely predictable.
The flow of our rivers has slowed …
Until we can limit the number of cases and start to establish natural defenses within ourselves to battle Coronavirus, the pandemic will continue until everyone is infected.
I’ve summarized some COVID-19 information which I have found to be useful to help us all see the light at the end of this global pandemic.