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 Posted: Tue Jul 14th, 2020 11:38 am
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Mexico is number 4 in the world with health care worker deaths.


México es el quinto país donde fallecen más trabajadores de la salud por Covid-19: Amnistía Internacional


the Health Secretary of Sonora is asking all to do their part to help Sonora's health care workers, by following the guidelines of using masks, washing hands, physical distancing.


Llama Clausen Iberri a ayudar a personal de salud a combatir la pandemia evitando contagios | Radar Sonora

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The US will hit 3.5 million confirmed cases tonight. The rest of the world has around 10m cases, so US cases are more 1 out of 4.


For every american there are about 20 people in the rest of the world, according to my calculation.

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No one ever said freedom and liberty does not come without a cost. Factor that in with stupidity and you have 3.5 million cases.

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10 deaths in Hmo and only one in Guaymas today.

Don't hold your breath, but that's a lot lower than its been in a long time.

But the small towns that surround Hmo are now all reporting a few total cases even in these super low density towns of 100-1000 residents.

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This is a good article on our Drs continued success in lowering death rates of those entering hospitals

https://www.yahoo.com/news/m/45131b87-f1d3-3e21-9a2e-10d99ff9e39f/why-coronavirus-deaths-remain.html

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Bullshipper, unfortunately 20 fatalities from Fri through Mon. What's rough is the sheer numbers in Guaymas... 620 cases, 106 deaths. 17% fatality rate is a concern.

Alamos is climbing. They are at 40, but only about 5 to 8 active cases currently, with no fatalities. Folks are angry about the extremes the municipality took (first to shut down in all of Mexico), but it worked.  It's slowly opening up more and more. Folks are getting tired and some hotels have announced permanent closure as it's been a tough 4 1/2 months.


I'm  actually in NY at the moment (Essential Worker Travel).  Arrived Sunday and I'm in quarantine in a hotel until my test results return.  I was also required to Test in Arizona two weeks ago too.  Anyway, here in NY I was greeted at the airport immediately after deplaning to make sure that I had filed all necessary paperwork and ordered to go directly to quarantine. First thing next morning I went for a test. I couldn't believe the testing at the SUNY Albany Campus... they can easily perform 500 tests an hour without folks even leaving their cars.  I receive several phone calls, texts and emails from NYS gov't entitites monitoring my health and whereabouts every day. Yeah, no sneaking out of the hotel to grab a BigMac or a Beer that's for sure.  I keep looking out the windows of my hotel room to spot those Black Chevy Suburbans in the parking lot.... Orwell would be proud...


It's money and resources... That's the difference... However, they are open for business... it's just that everyone keeps their distance (not hard for New Yorkers), washes hands and wears masks. Oh, and they have money and resources...


I watch Nogales too... and they appear to be slowing down on new cases and deaths.... which is good.


Will be interesting to watch the effects of the Orange Traffic Light throughout Sonora.

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One of my many nephews is a young Covid Dr at the IMSS main hospital in Hemosillo, and has been there from the start.

He says it has been really tragic to see all the loss of life, but commented they are saving a lot of patients.

He feels that the fatalities are folks who already had a lot of serious pre-existing conditions like untreated diabetis, heart conditions that they were not paying attention too.He in no way is trying to diminish anything, but it did give me hope after talking to him. Those of us on Medicare recieving medications and regular checkups are probably in a ,ot better condition that the poor folks he is seeing suffer in other words.

I personally think that people should be looking at aquiring a 2 person 24/7 Oxygen Concentrator that they can get from Amazon for $400 as Oxygen bottles are not available for new customers, and the lines to refill existing one are very long at Infra. But I am no Dr and everyone should consult their physician prior prior to doing anything.

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they released a grandmother from the hospital here in Guaymas, because she was doing better, so she could continue her recuperation at home. she was there an hour and passed away. she was 67 years young.
Abuelita es dada de alta del área de Covid-19 y muere al llegar a su casa en Guaymas - Opinión Sonora

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First the US.

Then Australia.

Hopefully not Mexico next.

The dangers of complacency, repeated.

Australians are ignoring self-isolation guidelines. Coronavirus cases are climbing.

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I wrote 3 or 4 weeks ago on how Covid 19 affects much more than the lungs and is nothing like the flu. Here is an excellent  article on a new study just completed a few days ago. It is from a group of doctors from Columbia University Irving Medical Center in New York City.

https://bgr.com/2020/07/22/coronavirus-symptoms-extrapulmonary-damage-brain-heart-kidney-liver-skin/  




To those people who still this is a hoax or no worse than the flu .. PLEASE READ

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COVID-19 – HOW YOU’RE MOST LIKELY TO CATCH IT.

HIGHEST RISK......
Hosting or attending an indoor party.
Playing contact sports.
Flying in a plane or any type of air travel.
Using Public transport.
Going to religious gatherings.
Spending time at bars, nightclubs, concerts, or sports events.

MEDIUM TO HIGH RISK............
Exercising in the gym.
Working inside an office.
Going to a hair, nail or beauty salon.
Sitting indoors at a restaurant.

MEDIUM RISK......
Visiting hospitals.
Going to the dentist.
Riding in a taxicab.
Outdoor restaurant dining.

LOW TO MEDIUM RISK..........
Playing outdoor, non-contact sports.
Grocery shopping.
Retail visits.

LOW RISK......
Staying at home.
Outdoor walks.
Running or biking, with no more than one other person.
Picnics or ‘al fresco’ eating.
Picking up food and drink from takeaway outlets.

BE SMART   STAY SAFE

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Guess it's safe to riot and protest.

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Protest outside with mask on . Medium risk.


There are  much worse things people are currently doing from a health standpoint.

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a reality check from last weekends visitors to the local beaches. some are concerned other than the thrash what else was left behind.
Así quedaron las playas de Guaymas, ayer domingo | Radar Sonora

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Mexico is now number 3 in the world with convid - 19 cases surpassed only by Brasil at number 2 and the USA at number 1.
Mexico eclipses Britain with third highest coronavirus death toll - Reuters


AMLO, reject using a mask and sees no benefits in wearing masks or the possible economic advantages of doing so.


Mexican President rejects using face mask, ‘not scientifically proven’ he says – MEXICO TODAY – by REFORMA


AMLO dismisses economic benefit of wearing face masks – MEXICO TODAY – by REFORMA

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Must be contagious.....

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When people/all, take personal responsibility, for their well being, thus leading to the well being of others.

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johnmoore wrote: When people/all, take personal responsibility, for their well being, thus leading to the well being of others.that well intended concept failed 4 months ago!
every holiday, mass gathering, since has only proven so.
the virus at this point is out of control over 4.5 million infected 155,000 deaths.
until drastic enforced measures are put into place at a national level, the virus will continue "ping ponging" back and forth and up and down our country and the globe!

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I am sorry I failed to delineate the entire recommendations of the experts. That being said, if everyone on the face of the earth would practice these recommendations and be personally responsible..for doing so, the virus would run out of hosts. This same theory applies to what should have occurred 4 months ago.

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