Tag: travel ban
This was one of the immediate responses President Trump committed in order to spare the US from more cases of viral infections caused by COVID-19. Other countries also went with this particular move in order to prevent people from virus-stricken places in China to spread it to their destination countries.
However, through all that precautionary methods, a 'PANDEMIC' was still 'imminent' as one of the characteristics of the virus, when attached to humans is that a person can show no signs physically of being infected at all (asymptomatic). A person may not get a fever, colds, cough, etc. but yet unaware that that person is already spreading the disease.
Despite my criticisms, I have generally felt that our public health officials have done a reasonable job. I’d give them something in the C+ to B range. This grade does not include the colossal testing failure, which I suspect was thanks to bureaucrats who we may discover are not public health people at all. But there is another major test that has been failed, and this one is squarely in the laps of our ‘expert’ health officials.
This failure concerns masks.
We have known for a very, very, very long time that masks have great potential to curb the spread … continue reading...
Lots to say these days, but I have a life. It may surprise some–it won’t surprise those who know me best–that my life hasn’t changed much due to these lockdowns. When you are a quasi-prepper who anticipated such things years ago, you’re already well ahead of the curve, ya know? So, my life continues basically as normal, which is to say, I’ve got things to do!
But I just wanted to take a minute to highlight the curious case of Germany.
As I write, Germany has only 20 deaths with 7,600 confirmed cases. Italy has about 28,000 cases and 2,158 … continue reading...