Covid-19 Today

COVID-19: U.S. at a Glance*†
Total cases: 330,891
Total deaths: 8,910

Georgia:

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases:No. Cases (%)
Total7314 (100%)
Hospitalized1332(18.21%)
Deaths229 (3.13%)

Gwinnett: 443 cases 10 deaths

NYC said today that the # of cases or deaths increase was less than the day before, first time that has happened. Not sure what this means, they think that things will be worse this week and possibly get better soon.

Covid-19 Today

COVID-19: U.S. at a Glance*†
  • Total cases: 374,329
  • Total deaths: 12,064

Georgia:


COVID-19 Confirmed Cases: No. Cases (%)
Total 8818 (100%)
Hospitalized 1774(20.12%)
Deaths 329 (3.73%)


Gwinnett:  525 cases. 10 deaths

Covid-19 Today

COVID-19: U.S. at a Glance*†
Total cases: 304,826
Total deaths: 7,616

Georgia:

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases:No. Cases (%)
Total6742 (100%)
Hospitalized1296(19.22%)
Deaths219 (3.25%)



Gwinnett: 410 cases. 7 deaths

Covid-19 today

COVID-19: U.S. at a Glance*†
Total cases: 277,205
Total deaths: 6,593

Georgia:

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases:No. Cases (%)
Total 6160 (100%)
Hospitalized 1239(20.11%)
Deaths 201 (3.26%)
Gwinnett 364 cases 8 deaths

COVID-19 Today

COVID-19: U.S. at a Glance*†

  • Total cases: 239,279
  • Total deaths: 5,443

    Georgia
COVID-19 ConfirmedCases:No. Cases (%)
Total5831 (100%)
Hospitalized1158(19.86%)
Deaths184 (3.16%)

Gwinnett

329 cases. 8 deaths

Sunny and cooler, still only in the 60’s but it was around 38 this am, and I’ve got all my plants outside on the deck now. Yikes.

Working at home today I got quite a bit more done as far as the web comments for raising canes. I also did the eye can see for the holding tank details but I know I’m missing something new that I have to put in another ASP file in order to actually get the data in there.
I felt like I didn’t really put enough hours in I just need to finish off the iKMC stuff spent too much trying time trying to figure out what I messed up this far as getting a GMC the run on my local machine.it’s not like I didn’t really put enough hours in I just need to finish off the iKMC stuff spent too much trying time trying to figure out what I messed up just far as getting I can see the run on my local machine.

Decided this afternoon that it was past six that I would head on over to Taco Mac pick up some dinner see what they had as far as beers and a beer mug glass. I ended up getting a growler they seem to have growlers now they’re not returnable I guess but who cares about that. Ended up getting the Sweetwater train wreck IPA it’s actually a similar to the G 13 strain.

Cheryl was working the bar ordered myself up a train right now chose got a train wreck growler full of beer and had a reformation Ray imperial I PA that was too fruity into but like an IPAA. Couple other people were in an out some of the very logical most of them very logical. None of them came in masks in on whatever so I obviously they are there for them selves.

Nicki mentioned that Georgia is supposed to be under some sort of martial law kind of thing they’re going to have the national guard running around making people comply with staying long I’m not sure exactly what that means although we’re supposed to be able to go to the grocery store and go to gas stations drug stores also food but I don’t know if they’re going to decide if that’s not OK now. I think this is total motherfucking bullshit because honestly I think we should probably be turning around and just Sucking it up then seeing what happens

What’s funny about this to me is the idea that we should be at least aware of whatever the end game is. Which means at the end of all this how do they wanted to play out they just want us to slowly yeah they want like 10 people a day to get the virus and then just take care of them, I don’t know.

I cut the sections for the small wall in the attic upstairs off the master bedroom.  Got them all screwed up as well. Almost looks like a little room now, although quite rough.

Watched some TV again, wow not like I’ve done much else at night lately.  Watched an episode of Witcher, still not really into it. 

COVID-19 Today

COVID-19: U.S. at a Glance*†

  • Total cases: 213,144
  • Total deaths: 4,513

Georgia

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases:No. Cases (%)

Total5444 (100%)

Hospitalized1129(20.74%)

Deaths176 (3.23%)

 

Gwinnett:

303 Cases 8 Deaths

COVID-19 Today

COVID-19: U.S. at a Glance*†
Total cases: 186,101
Total deaths: 3,603

Georgia

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases: No. Cases (%)
Total 4748 (100%)
Hospitalized 1013(21.34%)
Deaths 154 (3.24%)

Gwinnett
Gwinnett cases 257 deaths 6

Covid Today

COVID-19: U.S. at a Glance*†
  • Total cases: 163,539
  • Total deaths: 2,860
  • Jurisdictions reporting cases: 55 (50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, and the U.S. Virgin Islands)

Georgia


COVID-19 Confirmed Cases: No. Cases (%)
Total 3817 (100%)
Hospitalized 818(21.43%)
Deaths 108 (2.83%)

Gwinnett       233 Cases,  2 Deaths

 

COVID today

COVID-19: U.S. at a Glance*†
Total cases: 140,904
Total deaths: 2,405
Jurisdictions reporting cases: 54 (50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, Northern Marianas, and US Virgin Islands)

Gwinnett

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases: No. Cases (%)
Total 2809 (100%)
Hospitalized 707(25.17%)
Deaths 87 (3.1%)

COVID Today

COVID-19: U.S. at a Glance*†
Total cases: 103,321
Total deaths: 1,668
Jurisdictions reporting cases: 54 (50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, and US Virgin Islands)

COVID-19 Today

COVID-19: U.S. at a Glance*
Total cases: 85,356
Total deaths: 1,246
Jurisdictions reporting cases: 54 (50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, and US Virgin Islands)

Georgia

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases: No. Cases (%)
Total 2198 (100%)
Hospitalized 607(27.62%)
Deaths 65 (2.96%)

On March 27, 2020, The US House of Representatives passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES ACT). The 2.2 trillion stimulus measure is the largest federal response in history aimed at providing much-needed relief to the American people and businesses in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The measure provides direct financial help to Americans; immediate assistance for hospitals, healthcare first responders, and patients; support for small businesses; and assistance for distressed industries. We expect President Trump to sign the bill into law in short order.

  • Ensures that all testing for COVID-19 is covered by private insurance plans, with free coverage of a vaccine within 15 days for COVID-19 when such a vaccine is available.
  • For eligible small businesses, sole proprietors, independent contractors, and other self-employed individuals the Act provides $349 billion through federally backed loans under a modified and expanded Small Business Administration (SBA) 7(a) loan guaranty program. These loans can be used to pay for utilities, rent, mortgage, and payroll. Borrowers are eligible for loan forgiveness for the first 8 weeks of the loan. The Small Business Administration has no more than 15 days after the date of enactment to issue regulations.
  • The measure provides $500 billion to the Department of Treasury’s exchange stabilization fund for use in loans, loan guarantees, and other investments for distressed businesses that do not qualify for the small business relief. This includes direct lending of $25 billion for passenger air carriers, $4 billion for cargo air carriers, and $17 billion for businesses determined to be important to national security. The remaining $454 billion is eligible for direct lending to distressed businesses meeting specified criteria. These provisions also include prohibitions on recipients of relief engaging in stock buybacks, and all loans must be used to retain at least 90 percent of the workforce.
  • For those who lost employment because of the pandemic, the measure provides robust unemployment insurance, including for self-employed, independent contractors, and those with limited work history. The assistance will include an additional $600 per week for each recipient and provides an additional 13 weeks of benefits to those who remain unemployed after state unemployment benefits are no longer available.
  • U.S. individual taxpayers with an adjusted gross income of up to $75,000 ($150,000 joint) are eligible for a full $1,200 ($2,400 joint) rebate, and an additional rebate of $500 per child. Americans will not be required to do anything to receive a rebate check, as the IRS will use a taxpayer’s 2019 tax return or their 2018 return if they have not yet filed. The rebate is reduced by $5 for each $100 of the taxpayer’s income that exceeds $75,000 and completely phases out at $99,000.

Covid-19 Today

COVID-19: U.S. at a Glance*
Total cases: 68,440
Total deaths: 994
Jurisdictions reporting cases: 54 (50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, and US Virgin Islands)

COVID-19: U.S. at a Glance*
  • Total cases: 54,453
  • Total deaths: 737
  • Jurisdictions reporting cases: 54 (50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, and US Virgin Islands)

Equipment

Stuff I bought from Rick T

Nikon FE2 camera
Nikkor 80-200 zoom
Nikkor 300mm Prime
Nikkor 55mm Macro f3.5
Nikkor 24mm f2.8

GrayLab, darkroom timer

Norman strobes, 2 with power pack. Case
Lowel lights, 3 with case and 3 stands

Bogen 308? Tripod
Arca Swiss 4×5 bellows with case multiple lenses and shutter releases.

COVID-19: U.S. at a Glance*
Total cases: 44,183
Total deaths: 544
Jurisdictions reporting cases: 54 (50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, and US Virgin Islands)

Regular flu?

CDC estimates* that, from October 1, 2019, through March 14, 2020, there have been:
38,000,000 – 54,000,000.      flu illnesses
17,000,000 – 25,000,000       flu medical visits
390,000 – 710,000                  flu hospitalizations
23,000 – 59,000                      flu deaths

COVID-19: U.S. at a Glance
Total cases: 33,404
Total deaths: 400
Jurisdictions reporting cases: 54 (50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, and US Virgin Islands)