Heroes Apply Here
Not all heroes wear capes and fly. Heroes don’t boast about their bright red cape and blue underoos and they definitely don’t have comic books written about them.
Most of the time, heroes are quiet, unmentionable and don’t seek out attention. They just do the right thing for the good of humanity.
Heroes are not immortal. Heroes die just like everyone else.
The World Health Organization reports:
Globally 31 481 confirmed (3205 new)
China 31 211 confirmed (3151 new), 4821 severe (962 new), 637 deaths (73 new)
Outside of China
270 confirmed (54 new)
WHO RISK ASSESSMENT
China Very High
Regional Level High
Global Level High
We Need Answers
I don’t even know what to say. Why are we not taking this seriously?
We know this is coming yet, WE ARE NOT DOING ANYTHING about it! How any people have to die or get sick before we do something?
It looks like we may find the answer to that question soon but, I’m afraid many will not.
A Hero Dies
Lee Wenliang , the Chinese doctor who tried to warn us about the virus, died today.
Some call him a whistleblower. China calls him a liar. I call him a hero.
Why would the Chinese government want to keep this a secret? That is a question I want an answer to.
Where are the superheroes when you need them?
Quote of the day
“Do I want to be a hero to my son? No. I would like to be a very real human being. That’s hard enough.” -Robert Downey, Jr.
What’s for Dinner?
Humble Pie. yum.
P.P.S. Still looking for guidance about working conditions from the hospital. No meetings or updates to staff so far.
I guess we are winging it.
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