Surviving Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) Day Fifty Two

Surviving C-19 Day 52
May 22, 2020 12:30 PM
122 Days since first US infection

Global Infected 5,027,732 5,154,152
Increase Infected 112,728 126,420
Global Dead 328,730 335,063
Increase Dead 5,077 6,333
US Infected 1,552,594 1,583,561
Increase Infected 23,993 30,967
US Dead 93,471 95,052
Increase Dead 1,153 1,581

Let’s check those canaries . . .

In Alaska, #48 most populous, was 401 and is now 401 of 731,545 confirmed infected, an increase of 1 cases (1 yesterday)

In Montana, #43 most populous, was 478 and is now 479 of 1,068,778 confirmed infected, an increase of 1 cases (7 yesterday)

In South Dakota, #46 most populous, was 4,177 and is now 4,177 of 884,659 confirmed infected, an increase of 0 cases (92 yesterday)

In Oklahoma, #28 most populous, was 5,532 and is now 5,670 of 3,956,971 confirmed infected, an increase of 138 cases (43 yesterday)

In South Carolina, #23 most populous, was 9,175 and is now 9,381 of 5,148,714 confirmed infected, an infected increase of 206 cases (119 yesterday)

In Mississippi, #34 most populous, was 11,967 and is now 12,222 of 2,976,149 confirmed infected, an increase of 255 cases (263 yesterday)

In Minnesota, #22 most populous, was 17,670 and is now 18,200 of 5,639,632 confirmed infected, an increase of 530 cases (641 yesterday)

In Tennessee, #16 most populous, was 18,412 and is now 18,961 of 6,829,174 confirmed infected an increase of 549 cases (0 yesterday)

In Georgia, #8 most populous, was 40,164 and is now 41,146 of 10,617,423 confirmed infected, an increase of 982 cases (1,309 yesterday)

In Texas, #2 most populous, was 51,673 and is now 53,061 of 28,995,881 confirmed infected, an increase of 1,388 cases (1,121 yesterday)

Morning Legacy Headlines
U.K. to Require 14-Day Quarantine of Arrivals to Contain Coronavirus
If You Can’t Choose Me Over Trump, ‘You Ain’t Black’: Joe Biden
Human trials of British coronavirus vaccine to reach 10,000
Drunk man tries to kill BEAR in Warsaw zoo just one day after coronavirus lockdown lifted
Fox News poll: Biden opens up 8-point lead over Trump
Drug touted by Trump as COVID-19 treatment tied to increased risk of death: study
US condemns China’s actions as ‘death knell’ for Hong Kong
Children half as likely to get coronavirus than adults, data shows
Guatemala’s white flags indicate pandemic’s deadly side-effect: hunger
Osaka becomes highest-paid female athlete in history
New record internet speed could download 10,000 HD films per second
Presidents of Poland, Israel honor 101-year-old WWII heroine
Son ‘kills father’ during Zoom chat in New York state
Pakistan plane crash: Jet ‘carrying 99 passengers’ crashes into houses near airport
Latin America Overtakes U.S., Europe in New Coronavirus Cases
California: 1,200 pastors say they will defy state order and resume services
UK borrowing soars, retail sales plunge as COVID hits economy
North Korean regime finally admits Kim Jong-un cannot magically bend time and space
UK seeks to end reliance on Chinese imports
‘Good bloodlines!’ Trump praises Henry Ford, motor pioneer whose antisemitism was admired by Hitler
China Abandons Growth Target for Year as Coronavirus Disrupts Economy
Khashoggi’s sons forgive Saudi killers, sparing 5 execution
Man who served 11 presidents in the White House dies of COVID-19
Man who filmed Arbery shooting video charged in his slaying
Naval Air Station Corpus Christi shooting terror-related, person of interest may be-at-large
Trump says US won’t close over second COVID-19 wave
Fed’s Powell says economic forecasts filled with uncertainty
Sweden is still nowhere near ‘herd immunity,’ even though it didn’t go into lockdown
NASA, SpaceX bringing astronaut launches back to home turf
US pledges up to $1.2 billion to access 300 million doses of experimental COVID-19 vaccine
Facebook could have 50% of staff on remote work by 2030
Coronavirus in South Africa: Two-day-old baby dies
Michigan AG tells Trump to wear mask while visiting Ford plant: It’s ‘the law’
Senate confirms John Ratcliffe as next intelligence chief in divided vote
Cyclone toll hits 95 as Bangladesh and India start mopping up

‘Good bloodlines!’ Trump praises Henry Ford
blood·line  noun:  an animal’s set of ancestors or pedigree, typically considered with regard to the desirable characteristics bred into it: Direct line of descent; pedigree
(Sociology) all the members of a family group over generations, esp regarding characteristics common to that group; pedigree
1. (usu. of animals) the line of descent; pedigree; strain.
2. ancestry; family.

Henry Ford was born on July 30, 1863, in Dearborn, Michigan, the oldest of five children. His parents were William Ford and Mary Litogot. William Ford was an immigrant from County Cork, Ireland, and Mary Litogot was a first generation American of Belgian immigrant parents.

So Immigrants are ‘Good Bloodlines’?  Or would that be good white lineage? Case in point, for a man who claims he wants a merit based immigration system, he seems to grant merit to bloodlines, but only those of white legacy?  He could not mean anything but Ford’s white ‘aryan’ bloodlines as he was an avid supporter of Hitler, ‘blood and soil’ was the SS chant, one we heard in Charlottesville.  Now the POTUS praises Ford’s bloodlines?

Talk about a dog whistle; that is a fucking foghorn.

Afternoon Legacy  Headlines
Pandemic: What You Need to Know
Trump says houses of worship to be declared ‘essential’
CDC updates website on COVID-19 and surfaces
Dr. Fauci encourages Americans to celebrate Memorial Day with precautions
The nation’s capital tells a tale of two cities
Mexico’s hidden death toll
How South Korea kept it’s COVID-19 infection rate down
Couple married for 72 years reunites after 57 days
Bronx communities deal with stress of life on hold
Trump visits Michigan, a key state to reelection
COVID-19 new hotspots; naval base terror attack; 500 year flood in Michigan
China’s Hong Kong move, Merkel’s EU debt-sharing game changer, Renault’s woes, Ghosn’s accomplices
Nearly 39 Million Americans File For Unemployment During Pandemic
TSA Rolls Out New Safety Protocols at Airports
Class Of 2020 Shares How They’re Celebrating Graduation
Prince William And Kate Join Seniors In Game Of Bingo Held Under Coronavirus Restrictions
Small Businesses, Struggling Financially, Look To Reopen
State Park In Ohio Braces For ‘Unprecedented’ Camping Demand
What Does The Future Of Work Look Like In A Post-COVID-19 World?
Study Finds Early Intervention Key To Blocking Coronavirus Spread
Twin Crises Call For Extraordinary Effort From Michiganders
Should You Worry About Contracting Coronavirus From Surfaces?
Trump Refuses Mask In Public As U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Top 95,000
Michael Cohen Leaves Prison As Coronavirus Spreads Behind Bars
MIT Study: ‘Chaotic And Uncoordinated’ Reopening Of States Takes ‘Devastating Toll’
Rescued manatees released into Florida Keys waters
McEnany defends Trump push for churches to reopen
Birx offers Memorial Day weekend virus guidance
Virus prompts city to okay tent camps for homeless
Coyotes serenade San Francisco with their howls
Trump declares houses of worship ‘essential’
Florida summer camps can open without restrictions
Masks and Merlot: California wineries to reopen
Third Georgia man arrested in Arbery shooting death
At soggy WH, Trump urges bikers to remember Nov. 3
Chef brings friars homemade meals during lockdown
Hong Kong: What is in Beijing’s proposed law?
Pakistan International Airlines passenger plane crashes in Karachi
Trump removes mask before facing cameras at factory
China moves to impose controversial Hong Kong security law
Husband sets up “date nights” outside wife’s hospital room as she awaits birth of baby boy
Dr. Deborah Birx responds to latest study on risks of hydroxycholoquine for COVID-19
Trump says U.S. wouldn’t close over second wave of coronavirus
How coronavirus is impacting Eid celebrations at the end of Ramadan
How funeral homes are dealing with the coronavirus
Florida beaches reopen ahead of holiday weekend amid coronavirus pandemic
COVID-19 threatens global polio eradication efforts
A coronavirus haircut, at last
MTA unveils ultraviolet light devices that reportedly kill coronavirus
Teen raises over $30,000 for frontline workers through his radio station
National quarantine would be constitutional, legal expert says
AstraZeneca CEO on progress toward a coronavirus vaccine
Study links drug Trump touted to greater risk of death
Here’s how reported coronavirus cases across the country trended this week
Coronavirus vaccine trial volunteers speak
See Melania Trump’s message to students amid pandemic
Trump says he won’t wear a mask in front of cameras
Man who filmed Ahmaud Arbery shooting arrested for felony murder
Legendary virus hunter speaks out after getting infected
Michigan AG: Donald Trump is no longer welcome here
Anderson Cooper reacts to ‘utterly heartless’ Trump tweet
Chris Cuomo teases brother Andrew with giant test swab
Third man arrested in murder of Ahmaud Arbery
Secrerary Azar’s grim warning on health risks of prolonged lockdowns
27 GOP sens call for investigation into Planned Parenthood’s PPP funding
Trump delivers hopeful remarks at Ford Motor Plant
Trump tours Ford plant without mask despite warnings
Trump Fulfills ‘Cartoonishly Evil’ Hypothetical; Threatens States
Indiana To Reopen Racetracks With Limited Capacity
Dr. Birx: There Is Still ‘Significant Virus Circulating’ In D.C. And Other Metro Areas
‘Biden Is In No Position To Determine Who Is Black Enough Or Not’
Trump Deems Places Of Worship ‘Essential,’ Calls For Their Immediate Reopening
Summer Season Kicks Off In A Pandemic Along Jersey Shore
Biden Tells Black Trump Supporters ‘You Ain’t Black’
Pandemic Dramatically Changing The Way Americans Live And Work
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen: ‘I’m Outraged’ McConnell Won’t Address Relief Bills
Bipartisan Bill Would Keep Workers On Their Paychecks |
Alabama Coach Nick Saban Wears Mask In New PSA
Drug Touted By Trump Is Linked To increase Risk Of Death In Virus Patients
What Georgia’s Reopening Can Teach The Rest Of U.S.
Trump Slams Autoworkers Union Over Biden Endorsement
Schumer demands answers on V.A.’s use of drug

Trump declares religious services ‘essential’, since Governors declared bars ‘essential’, neither is essential to anything but the almighty dollar.  Churches are businesses selling the buyer a product, salvation, the hope of eternal life or a better life now, or both.  It is not a thing they sell, but the hope of a thing, somewhere over the rainbow.  In that sense Trump is right, religion and bars are the same, both sell inebriants to quell human fears of the dark.  However I did not expect to find Trump and Marx on the same page, both alluding that religion is equal to a drug for the masses, like booze is.

Maine infected                 1,877                     1,948
Increase Infected            58                           71

Maine Dead                       73                           75
Increase Dead                   0                              2

Whilst I isolated and worked on this, 2 more of my fellow Mainers died from C-19.

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