Gotta hand it to the Governor – he knows how to get things done. From executive order #84 allowing parents to circumvent mask rules of schools to # 1 in the country for new cases per capita took just 16 days. Seriously – where is the accountability. Make your voice heard. Tennessee is now theContinue reading “TN – Governor Lee – from Executive Order to number 1 for new COVID cases in 16 days”
twitter.com/US_FDA/status/1429050070243192839 170 million are fully vaccinated https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#vaccinations_vacc-total-admin-rate-total Check out these stats on Louisiana. Those not fully vaccinated account for 91% of covid patients
Davidson County deaths have passed 1,000 – thats 1 in 700 people.
Notes in the article that he tried the horse medicine to no effect. Why try a horse medicine when multiple covid vaccines have been administered to hundreds of millions of people?
A round up of COVID data from around the world
“Transparency will be the hallmark of my administration,” Hochul said. — Read on http://www.axios.com/new-york-kathy-hochul-12000-covid-deaths-7eb8eeea-4e36-43f3-97aa-40c20b7be2bb.html
Its a covid ground hog day. To compensate for inept leadership we need vaccine approval for our kids
From CNN this morning: Alabama is now seeing the highest number of Covid-19 cases among children than at any other time during the pandemic, State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris said Friday. From August 1-18, 2020, the state saw 1,831 cases of Covid-19 in children between the ages of 5 and 17. But for thatContinue reading “Pediatric COVID-19 in Tennessee”
As of August 16th – lets look at monthly COVID data trends. From a low of just 400,000 cases in June; cases are now 1.7m (to the mid August point). Fatalities in August to date are almost at the level of July – approximately 8,400. Expect over 10,000 deaths this month. We are worse preparedContinue reading “US COVID Stats disappoint, but not as much as Governor Lee of Tennessee”
Don’t disregard the data. Flex the muscle and mask up collectively to ease the burden on our hospitals – and protect our kids.