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No no. I really don't want to. I don't like any kind of executive order that becomes basically permanent. Presidential and governor executive orders should at least become null after three months. Let the House decide if it actually becomes law. And that goes for any of them, ones I like and don't like.
No no. I really don't want to. I don't like any kind of executive order that becomes basically permanent. Presidential and governor executive orders should at least become null after three months. Let the House decide if it actually becomes law. And that goes for any of them, ones I like and don't like.
At the federal level, I prefer to NOT let the House decide anything for me and my family anytime soon. YMMV.

My Congressman, Trent Kelly, seems like a nice fella ... probably too nice to play in that political arena. I've never met him though.

Thankfully, we have the mostly adult U.S. Senate to keep the House in check/checkmated -- most of the time. Our two (ahem) U.S. Senators, Roger and Cindy, may not be Rand Paul or Marsha Blackburn, but they're good enough for now, IMO..
 

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COVID-19 in Mississippi
New Cases and Deaths as of June 26

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New COVID-19 positive tests results reported to MSDH as of 6 p.m. yesterday.

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New COVID-19 related deaths reported to MSDH as of 6 p.m. yesterday.

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Nearly half of all deaths from the coronavirus in the United States have occurred at nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, according to new reports.

The rate of cases to deaths from such facilities has been disproportionate: while only 11 percent of positive cases – around 282,000 – have occurred at nursing homes and long-term care facilities, about 43 percent of deaths – or 54,000 deaths – have come from the same, the New York Times reported.

The Times cited its database for the numbers, arguing that some states and the federal government have not provided comprehensive data. The numbers are based on “official confirmations from states, counties and the facilities themselves,” as well as some data provided by the federal government, the newspaper said.

According to the data, the states with the highest number of deaths in nursing homes were New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania – all of which recorded more than 4,000 deaths in nursing homes.
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(emphasis, mine) (all 4 states have Dem governors)
 

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COVID-19 in Mississippi
New Cases and Deaths as of June 27

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New COVID-19 positive tests results reported to MSDH as of 6 p.m. yesterday.

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New COVID-19 related deaths reported to MSDH as of 6 p.m. yesterday.

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COVID-19 in Mississippi
New Cases and Deaths as of June 28

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New COVID-19 positive tests results reported to MSDH as of 6 p.m. yesterday.

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20

New COVID-19 related deaths reported to MSDH as of 6 p.m. yesterday.

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* 18 confirmed COVID-19 related deaths occurred between May 5 and June 22, identified from death certificate reports. The additional deaths were reported in the following counties:

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We've had a lot of reopening's in the past few weeks. Some people are carriers without synthons. Now they are out with others that can catch anything. Then it's to late.

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12 of those new deaths was not new deaths. They happened couple weeks ago.


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What does everyone think of this chart? It looks like the poeple in ICU and on Ventilatiors is pretty constant



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Yeah if you can believe the numbers. I mean they list deaths that happened previously as new deaths on the current date. So how much of their reporting can you trust?


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MS Leading Causes of Death, 2017DeathsRate***State Rank*U.S. Rate**
1. Heart Disease7,944231.61st165.0
2. Cancer6,526183.12nd152.5
3. Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease2,03758.33rd40.9
4. Accidents1,73856.312th49.4
5. Stroke1,72351.12nd37.6
6. Alzheimer’s disease1,62649.51st31.0
7. Diabetes1,16433.32nd21.5
8. Flu/Pneumonia78223.02nd14.3
9. Kidney Disease74121.71st13.0
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I have had 2 Covid test done in the past month at 2 different hospitals (Baptist here and MD Anderson in Houston) neither of the nurses who gave me the test got back my results to know if the test were positive or negative. I asked if they get would get the results and both said the labs that processed the test would called me with the results not them and if they were positive the lab would inform the doctors who order the test not them.
I highly doubt that Facebook post has a bit of truth to it.
 

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I know several people who have tested negative and two that were positive. The positives either felt like they had a bug for a few days and recovered or had no symptoms. The negatives were people who were required to be checked due to possible exposure or going in for surgeries. That being said I am no longer wearing masks, I will continue to practice good hygiene and keep the hands sanitized but beyond that I'm living my life and doing whatever it is that needs doing without worrying about the 'Rona. Also Brandon Herrera "the AK guy" just posted a youtube video talking about him having it and saying it was similiar to a light flu and he recovered after a few days.
 

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On the other hand, my wife has a college who was diagnosed back in March. Never got sick enough to actually be hospitalized but she still has very limited ability to function. Her lungs are damaged such that it is like she has COPD. Just walking is a struggle.
 

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And don’t worry, there will be another false flag soon, whether that’s COVID round 2, mass shootings when school starts up again, ect. They are absolutely desperate to reclaim control ...But the truth is a force of nature and NOTHING can stop what is coming.
 

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COVID-19 in Mississippi
New Cases and Deaths as of June 29

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New COVID-19 positive tests results reported to MSDH as of 6 p.m. yesterday.

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New COVID-19 related deaths reported to MSDH as of 6 p.m. yesterday.

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