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Coronavirus Updates and Tips for April 10, 2020 include:
* Thurston County loses 14% of workforce in 3 weeks,
* 52 of 77 (67%) of Thurston’s COVID-19 patients recovered,
* “One World: Together At Home” star-studded concert April 18!

These maps show the amounts of nitrogen dioxide in the atmosphere, a key ingredient in smog, between March 1 and April 5, 2019, when compared to the same period this year.
Credit: The Washington Post


NVN Finds Itself In A Fight For Survival, says Regional Executive Editor Eric Schwartz in print edition

State considering release of nonviolent offenders to free up prison space, Inslee says

Coronavirus job losses continue in Thurston County; 14% of workforce gone in 3 weeks

52 of 77 COVID-19 patients have recovered in Thurston County

As Trump’s failures mount, one governor [Inslee] sounds an ominous warning

Field hospital recently built in Seattle will be dismantled and taken elsewhere

Lady Gaga is partnering with the WHO and Global Citizen for the ‘One World: Together At Home’ star-studded, April 18 concert special for the U.N. Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund

CDC quietly deletes hydroxychloroquine guidance as study hyped by Trump comes into question – The publisher of a French study cited by Trump put out a statement announcing it did not meet “expected standards”

Pandemic Foreshadows Mental Health Crisis

A New Covid-19 Crisis: Domestic Abuse Rises Worldwide


Small Business Emergency Grant Program

Paycheck Protection Program

Economic Injury Disaster Loans and Grants

The Red Cross: Steps to Help Cope with Evolving Coronavirus Situation

The Red Cross is seeking people who are fully recovered from COVID-19 and may be able to donate plasma to help current patients

Here’s how you can experience the Apollo 13 mission in real-time, during this month’s 50th anniversary


Trump proclaims April 9, 2020, as National Former Prisoner of War Recognition Day

The Fed vastly expanded its efforts to save the economy with $2.3 trillion in programs aimed at helping businesses and state and local governments [including its purchase of junk bond ETFs.]

Tai Wong, head of base and precious metals derivatives trading at BMO, said, “Gold’s rallying because this monetary largesse [The Fed’s $2.3 trillion] will eventually have to be repaid and that payment may come as sudden higher inflation somewhere down the road.”

Posted by Steve on April 10, 2020 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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