...when it's needed.
La Repubblica has the John Hopkins map -- updated in tempo reale.
Cuccinelli can also check to see if any relatives in Italy are near the confirmed coronavirus cases.
How does he reconcile moving 50 patients to a Federal facility in Costa Mesa, when there are only supposed to be 35 infected in ALL of the US?
Some who have been exposed do test negative yet but can be carrying that virus.
The same link I posted to one of Kathy's threads weeks ago still works fine, for me, and it's still updating in real time:
Johns Hopkins Coronavirus maphttps://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6
Trump doesn’t want anyone saying anything to spook the stock market about the Coronavirus because it might hurt his re-election.
doesn’t want anyone saying anything to spook the stock market about the Coronavirus
The President maintained his sunny optimism about the virus that is showing signs of spreading around the world from its Chinese epicenter and is already having a huge impact on global commerce.
"I think that's a problem that's going to go away," Trump said during a trip to India, expressing confidence that the epidemic will not seriously harm the global economy.
The virus is going to go away in April, right? When the weather warms up? /sarc
Noticed that Trump didn't get more $$$ directed to this until the market plunged. Or do I have that wrong?
Wait until Christmas orders for product go in (if they haven't already) for manufacturing and there are no open factories to produce the products. Factories in other countries such as India may or may not have the capacity and if the supply chains are not already established product may not be arriving.
First quarter results are already been down graded for a lot of companies.
I think the potential economic impact of this virus is just dawning on some. We listen to the business channel every morning and there is a very noticeable shift in the assessments lately.
What I am hearing most economic pundits say is that this is very different than a normal correction , it's totally unpredictable what the impact will be on the global economy and the markets do not like uncertainty. Not hearing any saying this is a buying opportunity.
If this goes on until the summer the damage to supply chains may be devastating to many companies 2020 earnings. PE ratios, they say, were already too rich and can't sustain a serious global hit to supply and demand.
Another bad day today........
I'm not sure if that map is updating. It still says 59 confirmed in the US.