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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    Two of my 3 children have immunodeficiencies that first appeared in their 20's and 30's. One effects the optic nerves, the other manifests itself with lupus type symptoms. My son is able to work at home in the software industry, but my daughter is working in a regional laboratory and is in close contact with covid-19 specimens. How are the health care workers going to be protected? I don't think we know.

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    Billy, this is sad news. But they and their growing families are so lucky to have you and your wife who always willingly sacrifice so much to take care of them and all the grandchildren. IMHO the only positive for the virus, other than plain common sense, is that a vaccine will be approved soon enough to provide hope for us all. And we have encountered dangerous organisms in our work before and know how to handle them. May our luck hold out until then! Our best wishes are with you all.

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    The regional hospital my daughter works at receives virus tubes from Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky. and Ohio. Just talked to her. She said they can't get in supplies other than those used routinely. How much advance time is needed? South Korea was able to produce millions of tests in 1 week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    The regional hospital my daughter works at receives virus tubes from Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky. and Ohio. Just talked to her. She said they can't get in supplies other than those used routinely. How much advance time is needed? South Korea was able to produce millions of tests in 1 week.
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    We got caught flat footed, Billy. Poor planning and budgeting issues from what I’ve read. They’re working hard to remedy the problem now, though. Better late than never, but somebody dropped the ball big time.

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    We'll get through it. Everyone stay safe and do their part.
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    Those who like to study charts might find this interesting. According to Dr. Fauchi, immunologist, the current course of the covid-19 virus especially when compared to that of countries infected before the USA would indicate a peak in the infection rate should be reached around May 1st.

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    Afraid To Leave Your House? Check this out!

    https://www.pollking.com/?are-you-af...he-coronavirus

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    Some good news: As of March 16, at least one COVID-19 vaccine has gone into clinical trials. In addition, I was able to find almost three dozen additional vaccines in development. Of course, their development is a race against the clock, but a lot of them are being fast-tracked in order to cut through some of the red tape.

    https://www.nih.gov/news-events/news...ovid-19-begins

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    Due to Gov. DeWine's early shut down of Ohio, it appears hundreds or thousands of lives have been saved. According to the Ohio Dept. of Health as of April 10th the corona virus is in 84 of the 88 Ohio counties with the highest totals in the most populous counties. A total of 5512 cases breaks down this way: 1024 cases Cuyahoga County (Cleveland) 802 cases Franklin County (Columbus) 473 cases Hamilton County (Cincinnati) 403 cases Lucas County (Toledo) 334 cases Mahoning County (Youngstown).

    There have been 213 deaths with 364 new cases April 10th down from a peak of 427 new cases on April 4th. Original projection were for 1600+ deaths. New projections are for 500+. There are 10 cases in my county about half way between Toledo and Cleveland. DeWine said what convinced him to close down the state on March 22nd after the first 2 deaths in the state was the Arnold Classic (Schwartzenegger) that would have brought 60,000 people to Columbus from 80 countries.

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    On the market front, I would be very careful about the recent "good news" and recent market rallies. Think about it...when the market was at 29,000 in January....what will the world be like in November, will the economy be better than it was in January? It will be difficult to see an environment where most businesses have fully recovered.
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    I bought some GILD today at $82 on the news that remdesivir study data shows that it works to treat the Covid-19 infection.

    https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/29/healt...ent/index.html

    I'm sure that when more people hear about this data they will pile into the stock in the coming few days and weeks. Not sure this will actually make a dent in GILD's earnings or market value (currently over $100B) though. So, I'll probably sell it at $90 if I can, next week. (or at $80 if I turn out to be wrong)

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