NJ Virus Cases Up 158% in days - Hospital Warns OUT of Gowns, 4 days of masks left

NJ Virus Cases Up 158% in days - Hospital Warns OUT of Gowns, 4 days of masks left
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Coronavirus cases in New Jersey have jumped 158%+ in 3 days with another spike likely ahead: In just three days, New Jersey’s number of confirmed coronavirus cases has increased by more than 158%, going from 742 cases on Thursday to 2,844 cases as of Monday.

Murphy announced New Jersey now has at least 2,844 coronavirus cases with 27 deaths as officials announced Monday 935 new positive tests on the same day the second state-run testing site opened in Monmouth County and quickly hit capacity due to overwhelming demand.

A Bergen County hospital that has been at the center of treatment of the coronavirus pandemic in New Jersey is seeking donations to help purchase protective equipment and other supplies for its staff. Holy Name Hospital in Teaneck said it is down to only a four-day supply of respirator masks, and has no disposable gowns left.

Lockdown rules: What New Jersey residents need to know about stay-at-home order: Gov. Phil Murphy on Saturday ordered New Jersey’s 9 million residents to stay at home with some exceptions and required all non-essential retail businesses in the state to close until further notice. Read up on what exactly is and isn’t allowed under the governor’s executive order.

Worldwide cases: The global case total is more than 353,000 as of around 7 a.m. Monday, Johns Hopkins University reports. At least 14,790 people have died of coronavirus. There are cases in 167 countries.

 

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    Gregg Walker · 2 months ago
    Good grief. Now there are articles talking about how expensive it is to get tested and treated. Like this one:

    http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/this-is-why-people-all-over-america-are-scared-to-death-of-being-tested-for-the-coronavirus

    I read that and thought, “Here we go!” Now there will be calls for ‘Single Payer’ healthcare here in America.

    The entire liberal agenda may be rolled out.
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      Geez · 2 months ago
      Michael Snyder seems to be a really good man, BUT his articles a lot of times appear over-emotionally-driven IMO.
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        Gregg Walker · 2 months ago
        Yep. I agree on both points. I met him and his wife a few years back, both good people.
        His articles definitely seemed designed to catch your attention.
        I just wanted to mention that this will probably be next - a complete change of our health care system.
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          Geez · 2 months ago
          "You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it's an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before."

          Rahm Emanuel, Democrat Toad
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    Robert Cyrklis · 2 months ago
    Harbor Freight Tools has offered to donate all their inventory of masks, face shields and gloves to local area hospitals. Contact them if your hospital is in need?
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    Traci Whitan · 2 months ago
    My friend works for the Railway in Penn. He told me this morning that "rail shipping is there, but the car loadings are down". Meaning the box cars are not being filled with goods to ship to the stores.
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    Jonathan O'Quinn · 2 months ago
    At the Podiatry office where I work, we provided all our staff with some of what few N95 masks we had left... about 90% of those staff refuse to wear the masks.
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      DD7 · 2 months ago
      Doesn't surprise me, for the past few weeks no one in South Florida wore masks or any other protective gear, which may explain why we're getting more cases. People are just in denial and not taking it seriously. Although I heard some were starting to wear masks (I don't know because I won't go out).
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      BRIAN KEANE · 2 months ago
      why are your co-workers refusing to wear mask?
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        Gregg Walker · 2 months ago
        People were practically shamed for believing this was real or worse than the flu. Now, wearing a mask makes you stand out as “one of those fear mongers”. Better to go along with the crowd than look funny. Makes perfect sense...
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          · 2 months ago
          Someone needs to make the masks more pleasant to wear....like the Philippines. The faces are Duterte and Pacquaio...
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          Geez · 2 months ago
          My SIL was vehemently verbally attacked by a co-worker when my SIL wore a Walmart-purchased mask to work:

          "MEDICAL STAFF NEED THOSE, NOT YOU!! YOU ARE TAKING THEM AWAY FROM PEOPLE WHO NEED THEM!!!"

          My SIL calmly replied, "Hospitals source their masks from Walmart?"
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            Gregg Walker · 2 months ago
            Ha ha!! Good for her!
            But there you go, that will keep plenty of people from wearing them.