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US Day 76-COVID-19 – Reflections From This Past Week

US Day 76 – COVID-19 – My reflection of this past week. Sadly the number of COVID-19 cases worldwide is now 1,226,644.  The U.S. accounts for 312,481 of the confirmed cases. New York, my adopted home state where I lived for over 25 years and have many friends, has 122,031 confirmed cases. The highest numbers of cases are in NYC. …

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COVID-19 Pandemic Day 69 US

March 26, 2020, 2:55 pm ET – Ponte Vedra, FL – I choose to stay at home so that I don’t catch or spread the COVID-19 virus. I am fearful that my mother, who is in her 80’s will get this. There are so many variables to spreading COVID-19 it’s hard to wrap your mind around it. The US is …

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Living in a COVID-19 World

I first learned about the coronavirus in January. I became conscious and curious but not focused after hearing this news report on January 31, 2020. The news reported Chicago as the first US case of person to person transmission of the coronavirus and went on to discuss matters in Wuhuan. China’s first case was December 1, 2019. Since then the …

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Grocery Retailers Take the Lead in Health Safety During COVID-19

Grocery shopping during COVID-19 is frightening and challenging for customers, retail staff and managers. The overwhelming feeling of uncertainty and fear of getting this highly contagious virus is causing panic buying. The need to hunker down at home is causing the cascade effect of buying toilet paper and hand sanitizer that will last for a century.  Most people want to …