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Prepping To Vote While Staying Safe From The Coronavirus

The presidential election is growing closer in the U.S., and early voting has already begun.  In the face of the danger of the coronavirus, it’s crucial that citizens understand how to remain safe while still exercising their right to vote. If you’re eager to get in the mix and cast your vote for President of …

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A September Surge in Coronavirus in N.H. Finds no Surge in the Disease

There was big coronavirus news for New Hampshire this week, and most of the media missed it.  At his Thursday press conference, Gov. Chris Sununu displayed a graphic (pictured below) showing that the average number of coronavirus tests per day has more than doubled since mid-August.

Coronavirus and the entrepreneur

Coronavirus and the Entrepreneur … David and Goliath

Michael Crawford is a former Walt Disney Co. executive. Crawford’s future is happy and without masks. It does not have people going out of their way to remain “6 FEET APART.” No more avoiding crowds on the supposition other people are a lethal threat all of the time. In short sanity rules.

Things We Know About Coronavirus

Things We Know About Coronavirus (Part 3 of 3)

So, is the sky falling or was coronavirus an acorn? Let’s start listing what we know. We know the best guess is about 1.4% of the U.S. population has had the coronavirus. As of Aug. 2, Johns Hopkins University had tallied nearly 4.7 million cases. That’s about 1.4% of the U.S. population.

Things We Know About Coronavirus

Things We Know About Coronavirus (Part 2 of 3)

There are things we know about coronavirus. We know Sweden is the European country that didn’t impose a lockdown. Lockdown supporters forecast an epidemic of medieval proportions. They were wrong. But Sweden did not suffer more COVID-19 related deaths, on a population basis, than any other European country.