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September 23, 2020

COVID-19

 


As of September 22, 2020 there have been over 200,000 deaths in the United States. That's equivalent to a 9/11 attack every day for 67 days.

Unbelievable.

Heartbreaking.

Unforgivable.


September 21, 2020
Photo Credit: Time
 

Just four months earlier...

Photo Credit: New York Times and Marcel Dzama

Wear your mask.

Wash your hands.

Stay at least 6 feet apart.

Vote!

16 comments:

  1. I agree. We should not be in this position. The other day HE said that "COVID affects NOBODY". I guess the 200K who died were nobodies to him. I remember in the early phase of the pandemic when NY had the bodies lined up, and what a visual that was and that was only maybe 25? I can't even imagine 200K.

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    1. Ti, I have no more words. Just a very heavy heart.

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  2. Vote! How immune we have become to such terrible numbers.

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    1. Jenclair, oh how I hope our votes will make a difference.

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  3. So sad (add 2,000 more now). Even sadder that in the eyes of his voters, he can do no wrong - pathetic.

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    1. Diane, it makes me so angry. I just don't understand how anyone can believe anything he says. Ever.

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  4. It just makes me so mad that we are in this position when it could have been so much different.

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    1. Lisa, it really could've been so different in the hands of an actual leader. I fear for our country's future.

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  5. Exactly. It's inexcusable, the toll. And it's inexcusable that anyone could still vote for this person. These were people, all he cares about is Wall Street numbers. and his reelection. God help us.

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    1. Susan, I really think Biden has a strong chance of winning, but after Trump's comments yesterday, I'm worried that it won't matter and Trump will refuse to concede. God help us is right. I may need to look into my dual citizenship with Canada a little more seriously...

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    1. Deb, it makes me very sad and very, very angry. All those lives lost and the heartbreak their loved ones are experiencing is so terribly wrong.

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  7. It’s so sad and the numbers are just going up and up.

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    1. I just read that our state's case count (in Oregon) is the highest since mid-July. Fortunately, the county in which I live, hasn't had more than 1 or 2 cases this past week. We continue to hunker down...

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  8. This makes me sad and mad at the same time. Like you said, wear your mask and vote! We need to some change.

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    1. Iliana, November can't get here fast enough for me!

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