Coaches urge no SAT tests for athletes. Scores now are low as 400 out of 1600!

What's the easiest way to contract coronavirus - playing basketball with bare arms and legs, sweating, jumping into an opponent, or taking a test seated ten feet from others, wearing a mask, and with everyone supervised to prevent conversation or contact? The answer - basketball is safe, and intelligence tests are not, according to The … Continue reading Coaches urge no SAT tests for athletes. Scores now are low as 400 out of 1600!

NY State – world’s 2d worst virus death rate! Dr. Fauci proclaims Cuomo “did it correctly”

Many states didn't do enough to combat the COVID-19 coronavirus, but New York state did, Dr. Anthony Fauci told PBS in an interview Friday, July 17. Remember, we can do it. We know that when you do it properly, you bring down those cases. We've done it. We've done it in New York, the doctor claimed. … Continue reading NY State – world’s 2d worst virus death rate! Dr. Fauci proclaims Cuomo “did it correctly”

Gilead coronavirus drug is $3,100. We can’t purchase India’s generic for 1/4 the price!

Daniel O’Day, Chairman & CEO, Gilead Sciences, recently sent an open letter to the American Public, indicating why its U.S. Patented drug Remdesivir to treat the coronavirus will be a company $$ bonanza with its new pricing. Because of the way the U.S. system is set up and the discounts that government healthcare programs expect, … Continue reading Gilead coronavirus drug is $3,100. We can’t purchase India’s generic for 1/4 the price!

Farmworkers cause jump in U.S. COVID-19 cases; deaths hit new low from peak of 2,804

As Mexico enters a dangerous hike in coronavirus hospitalizations and fatalities, American media is promoting more lock-downs of entire U.S. states, arguing increased positive tests detected in Arizona, California, Utah, Nevada, Texas and Florida are caused by violating "social distancing." Mexico had 719 deaths Saturday, versus 612 in the U.S., and 602 deaths versus 285 … Continue reading Farmworkers cause jump in U.S. COVID-19 cases; deaths hit new low from peak of 2,804