posted on Mar, 26 2020 @ 11:49 PM
I'm surprised by the dismissive attitude some people have.
Two days ago we had our first CoV positive from a factory in our rural community. The next day we had another, and today we had three more. Those
three were from one nursing home.
One quarter of out citizens are seniors, many living in retirement communities and nursing home. A large portion of our residents are employed as
support for those seniors.
Seattle ran out of things pretty quickly, and a lot of those people came here to shop. The panic began, and for the next two weeks the store shelves
were empty. It's just beginning here; today the stay-at-home order was announced.
There are 8/10 ICU beds available at our hospital, so the coming days will be telling. Hopefully we won't have a high death toll, but our medical
system is probably going to become overwhelmed rather quickly. There is usually only one or two empty beds in the ICU at any given time. What will
happen to the trauma victims from accidents? Those who have suffered heart attacks?
Not all Grandma's were able to self quarantine;the virus has been delivered to them.