Thursday, March 26, 2020

President Trump & the ChiCom Virus Task Force "The media is so corrupt," Hoboken cases spike

President Trump addressing the nation with the task force.

On the plus side, President Trump noted there's a number of tests being conducted for therapeutics and vaccines.

The US has officially passed Communist China with the most cases but no one believes the latter's numbers are anything close to accurate. US testing is ramping up but the CDC opted to make their own tests without partnering with private enterprise, completely counter to Germany to no small irony. As a result of the failure of the CDC's test failure, the entire system methodology had to be restarted.

The constant Fake News by the media seeking to undermine him and by extension the country is one passing highlight. It's as much the enemy as the virus. There is no reprieve as after 9-11.

The United States is taking steps to further secure the border, both in the north and south.

The stock market has been on record-setting increases the past two days with the emergency stimulus package pushed by President Trump finally being pushed ahead. Last weekend, five committees worked on a bipartisan basis and were almost complete in the efforts on a two trillion dollar plan when Nancy Pelosi (D) got on a private plane and flew to Washington DC to stop it.

The introduction of a 1400 poison pill of on-the-shelf wish list having nothing to do with the pandemic was ill-received by the American people. On Friday, the House is expected to pass the Senate bill on a voice vote.

Dr. Deborah Birx for the second day in a row notes the media predictions don't match to the actual data. The media took not a single opportunity to ask about it. She noted, the majority of the caseload increase in the country is coming from New York - New Jersey.

She noted that in New York City there are thousands of available and unused ventilators. She asked the media stop the fear mongering.

Video remarks begin after the 31 minute mark.


              


Hoboken case figures bump up again

16 new cases were added today in a late Thursday release bringing the total number of cases of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Coronavirus to the area of five dozen. One is a Hoboken police officer but that individual has not been on duty since mid-March so there's been no recent contact with the public.

To date, there's no word of a single hospitalization of a Hoboken resident but the City states that Hoboken University Medical Center is struggling. Where are the cases coming from? It's not clear.

Mayor Ravi Bhalla asks for residents to go out only when necessary and avoid others as anyone could be a carrier. He thanked federal "leaders," in the NJ Senators, Governor Phil Murphy and Congressman Albio Sires for their work on the emergency stimulus package. Blatantly in his remarks, Ravi Bhalla pointedly refused unlike Governor Murphy to thank President Trump.

Let's hope President Trump will continue to do the right things for America even when local low-level officials don't.

Hoboken reaches 40 cases, NJ tops 4,400 with 62 deaths

Update: Latest NJ.com update today points to a significant increase of 2,492 cases totaling 6,876 statewide with 82 deaths.



Yesterday, the City of Hoboken updated its case totals for the Chinese Communist Party Coronavirus reaching 40.

Of the 11 additional cases identified, two seniors, a male and female in their 70s, a female in her 40s, two males early 40s, two females in their 30s, a male in his 30s, a female in her 20s and a male in his 20s. One male is not identified by age.

Hoboken even with its active numbers rising again reports no hospitalizations.

NJ.com reports the statewide cases now total 4,402 and 62 deaths. New Jersey is likely to see the longest lasting issues in the pandemic right behind New York.

State Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli said hospitals in Bergen, Essex and Hudson counties are already feeling the strain of cases and the state continues to work on models predicting when the peak will occur.

“We’ve asked the hospitals and the healthcare providers in those counties to just be aware," Persichilli said at the Trenton War Memorial during the state’s daily coronavirus briefing.

                     



Talking Ed Note: There's positive signs locally and nationally as efforts continue to curb the spread, collect data on effective treatment and clinical trials underway. This area however will be the last to exit the pandemic.