Thursday 26 November 2020

Covid madness at Thanksgiving

The CDC has published a lengthy list of guidelines for how people should behave at Thanksgiving gatherings, including avoiding singing, keeping noise levels down and limiting alcohol consumption.

Basically, anything fun is frowned upon ‘because COVID’.

The guidelines appear on the official CDC website under the heading ‘Holiday Celebrations and Small Gatherings’ and include literally dozens of “considerations for small gatherings of family and friends.”

“Encourage guests to avoid singing or shouting, especially indoors. Keep music levels down so people don’t have to shout or speak loudly to be heard,” states the website.

Consumption of alcohol is listed as a “high risk activity” that “may alter judgment and make it more difficult to practice COVID-19 safety measures.”

Starting the day before Thanksgiving, travelers arriving to Los Angeles by airplane or train will have to sign a form acknowledging California's recommendation of a 14-day self-quarantine, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Monday evening.

Travelers over the age of 16 arriving from another state or country must submit the form online prior to or upon arrival at Los Angeles International Airport, Van Nuys Airport or Union Station.

One-fifth of all deaths in England and Wales were of people with the CCP virus according to the latest weekly data, which gives a delayed snapshot of causes through official registrations.

The data published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) today shows that during the week ending Nov. 13, 2,466 people died with COVID-19.

According to the data, in nine out of ten such cases, COVID-19 was identified as the cause of death.

Various other data published this week suggests that the infection rate has been dropping for around two weeks.

Watch Tru News cove headlines HERE and HERE

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Melbourne teenager is choked unconscious, thrown to floor for reportedly not wearing a mask

Beam me up, Scotty!


Even More LOCKDOWNS with MORE SERIOUS Penalties!

As millions of Californians are traveling and gathering for Thanksgiving, the state is experiencing an unprecedented surge in infections and hospitalizations.

The state has seen its three highest tallies of new cases ever in the past five days. On Tuesday, the number of new infections was 15,329. That’s down slightly from what was the all time high of 15,442 on Saturday, but Wednesday’s number dwarfed them both at 18,350. That’s a 17% jump in cases in 24 hours and a rise so steep that the state’s line graph for daily cases is nearly vertical.

“Statewide, I don’t think we’ve ever seen hospital admissions increase like we did just over the past 24 hours,” said California Director of Health and Human Services Dr. Mark Ghaly on Tuesday. “I hope but don’t expect that it’s the highest we’ll ever have.”

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