01/14/2021 19:30* = 2 Million Fatalities (Worldwide)
01/15/2021 16:30* = 400K Fatalities (United States)
*Military Time / Eastern U.S. Time Zone
The already grim stats, above, fail to reflect the total number of COVID-19 cases. That’s mainly due to inadequate testing, misdiagnoses, death certificate errors and (saving the worst for last), the feckless, in CYA mode leaders whose MO is to always bury the truth. Additionally, with each passing second, the death toll continues to skyrocket at an alarming rate.
Beyond that, no cold, clinical statistical report could ever tally the countless, accompanying teardrops; of the isolated patients taking their final gasp of oxygen, the medical professionals whose best efforts cannot save them, and last but not least, all of their mourning loved ones.
Let’s be sure to set aside a few moments, today, every day, to contemplate the two million, plus, members of our human family who are no longer with us; to also remember to…
Stay Publicly Masked!
Stay Safe at Home!
As of my 04/28/2020, 18:09EDT posting time, the following, sobering COVID-19 stats serve as a grim reminder of just how astoundingly efficient a killer the coronavirus actually is… as well as provide a wake up call to anyone who has yet to take this ongoing threat seriously enough.
• 214,000 in four months = the Worldwide COVID-19 Death Toll.
• America has exceeded the 1 million mark of diagnosed cases.
• 58,412 in two months = the stateside COVID-19 Death Toll.
• 58,220 in two decades = the USA’s Vietnam War Death Toll.
To give credit where it is due, humankind got in this mess due to world-wide, wishy-washy, weak-kneed, brain-dead leadership… especially that found stateside. Seeing how they’ve yet to learn from their errors, these stats will be on the rise.
Stay Safe! Stay Home! Stay Healthy!
We can avoid COVID-19 infection by following our learned medical community’s best advice (and by also following #5’s link to a short, surprisingly EZ to grasp, life saving tutorial)…
 Scrub hands often (at least 20 seconds each time),  Cover all coughs and sneezes,  Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth,  Observe social distancing protocols (remain at least 2 meters / 6 feet apart  Wear protective face masks in public  Avoid large crowds / Socially isolate at home  Self-quarantine if you’re feeling ill and  Understand that even though you may feel fine, you can still be infected and spreading this disease to others!