Tag: CoVid-19 pandemic

Good News: CoVid-19 Vaccination Keeps You Well

First, I want to apologize for the light postings but I work full time, sometimes full time and a half and BobbyK has a busy full time job and a family. I still work in Emergency Medicine but now from the desk, teaching. Much of it has been virtual but, occasionally, it is hands on …

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What You Need To Know About The CoVid-19 Vaccines

I haven’t written much about the Co-Vid-19 pandemic since it started other than to tell people to heed the warnings about wearing a mask, avoiding crowds, social distancing, and the use of a 60% alcohol hand sanitizer when you can’t wash your hands with soap and warm water. While not yet available to the general …

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Incompetent to the End

As the US surpassed 17 million CoVid-19 infections and 3500 patients died yesterday, states are saying that they have been informed that they will be getting smaller CoVid-19 vaccine shipments than expected. Yet Pfizer says that it has millions of Unclaimed doses and denied any problems with production. Several states say they have been told …

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“Come, Be A Hero”

I read this at Digby’s Hullabaloo, Heather didn’t give link, so I don’t think she’ll mind if I repost this here. I don’t know this doctor but I know him and his staff, every ER doctor, Nurse, Physician Assistant, Paramedic and EMT does. It is who we are. It’s from an Er doctor in Los …

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It Was Just A Matter Of Time

Up Date 5:20 PM ET: NBC News is reporting that Trump will be transferred by Marine One to Walter Reed Medical Center for more advanced treatment of his CoVid-19 infection. Late last night Donald Trump tweeted that he and his wife tested positive for Covid-19 and that he would quarantine at the White House. His …

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Herd Immunity V. Herd Mentality

During his ABC Nwes Town Hall with undecided voters, Donald Trump discussed his Cov-19 policy mistakenly (or maybe not) saying he wanted to create “herd mentality.” Perhaps he did mean to say “herd immunity” or perhaps he just doesn’t know the difference. There is, however, a distinct difference: Herd Mentality describes how people can be …

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The Corruption of the CDC

When and if former Vice President Joe Biden is elected president in November come January 20 he has a lot of work to do to undo the disaster left in the corruption of Donald Trump and his criminal minions. On of the biggest messes is the Center for Disease Control which has been taken over …

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Object Permanence

This week the White House ordered hospitals to stop sending all data on Corona-19 patients to the Center For Disease Control in Atlanta but to send it to a central data base in Washington controlled by Health and Human Services. The Trump administration has ordered hospitals to bypass the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention …

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100,000

The United States has surpassed the painful milestone of 100,000 deaths due to the coronavirus pandemic. On Dec. 31, 2019, Iraqi protesters stormed the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, wildfires raged across Australia, the fugitive auto executive Carlos Ghosn took refuge in Lebanon, and President Donald Trump, facing the start of his impeachment trial, held court …

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To All The Nurse Heroes

Rant of the Week: Vic Dibitetto – Shout Out to All Essential Workers

In a not profanity laced video, Brooklyn comedian Vic Dibitetto gives a heartfelt shout out and thanks to all those who are out there doing their jobs to keep our lives as normal as possible during this emergency. We here at Stars Hollow and Docudharma thank them, too. Stay Safe, Stay Healthy, Stay Home.

Rant of the Week: Vic Dibitetto – “Patriots” and Nazi Flags

Apparently, I wasn’t the only one to notice this nearly five minute rant on what the Feds need to do by Vic Dibitetto who is from Brooklyn, NY. The accent is a dead giveaway. Jack Holmes of Eaquire Politics also took note of Vic’s “expletive laden” tirade on the toll the coronavirus lock down has …

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