Sunday, March 8, 2020

Corona virus at the Surrey Memorial Hospital



The Surrey Now Leader is reporting that "A news tip received by the Surrey Now-Leader from someone who identified themselves only as “Not Losingmyjob” claiming there have been five confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Surrey Memorial Hospital – one Wednesday and four Thursday."

I overheard a couple of ladies talking at the gym yesterday and one women said she has a friend who works at the hospital and is concerned about getting the virus since they have people with the virus at Surrey Memorial now. The other lady said she hadn't heard that in the media and she said they are trying to keep it out of the media. Great. That is being irresponsible.

"B.C.’s provincial health officer says Surrey Memorial Hospital’s Biocontainment Treatment Centre has been “very involved” in the province’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak."

"B.C. health officials are dealing with an outbreak of COVID-19 at a care home in North Vancouver, as six new cases were identified in the province Saturday, bringing the number to 27. Two of the six new cases are elderly residents of the Lynn Valley Care Centre said Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.’s provincial health officer."

Addressing the Pandemic Panic and Apathy - wash your hands and avoid unnecessary contact.

Italy is under lockdown: "While the lockdown only applies to northern Italy, other measures will be applied to the entire country. These include the suspension of schools, university classes, theaters and cinemas, as well as bars, nightclubs, and sports events. Religious ceremonies, including funerals, will also be suspended."

Washington state coronavirus cases top 100, including 16 deaths



I bought some toilet paper at Costco today. Look what it says right on the package. Made in Western Canada. I don't know why everyone is stocking up like its the Zombie Apocalypse.



The question is, do you have enough ammo? That's what you need to ask yourself.

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