2 months & 10 million COVID-19 cases but love is in the air. The pathogens will not win. An FPMag solidarity feature.
The score for human solidarity versus the SARS2 virus is not good for the humans. The despicable sack-of-RNA is winning.
In two months there have been ten million new cases of the pandemic disease COVID-19 and six hundred and thirty six known reported deaths translating to at least a million deaths counting those that were never marked as COVID-19 because the deceased never saw a doctor.
The number of extraordinary deaths above normal around the world is alarming. In a year or so when the day comes that the world learns the full extent of destruction of this current pandemic, it will be a gobsmacker of a day.
Unemployment around the world has reached epic proportions say the experts. The numbers are so high they have lost meaning but they point to a need for human innovation at the base of communities. It’s happening with new products, new shapes, new shades, new sounds in a new creative world where people in solidarity have bean given the time to think, and to love, more.
But regional conflicts range from warship stand-offs in the South China Sea to skirmishes at nuclear facilities in Iran.
Civil unrest has led to riots all over the world with a strong focus on banning racial segregation and discrimination. There has been a powerful drift toward improving the human condition. Change is in the wind and the air is cleaner.
But the world has lost many of its wisest community members, our seniors. Perhaps it is time that the youth has their time to shine.
As an angel, John Lewis, got his wings, 5,000 sailors from San Diego are rebuilding their loving families after six eventful months at sea.
During that deployment a global pandemic by a ferocious coronavirus slammed a Nimitz class aircraft carrier infecting over 1000 of her sailors and specialists.
America’s future once again lies on the shoulders of a few. But let’s face it, if these are the few, then America is on good shoulders. Buck up, USA friends. Fight this virus. Wear your mask.
For Specialist Seaman Shaaoreyiea Brown, hugging Specialist Seaman Kayla Marshall in the bottom right corner of this image below, both sailors from Shreveport, and each assigned to a different vessel, 9 July was a good time for a long overdue reunification.
Aviation Boatswain’s Mate Airman Alex Tate, from Harrisville, Tenn., kissing his wife in the montage below, is holding his newborn baby at Naval Air Station North Island on 9 July, 2020, thanks to the U.S. Sailors manning the navigation bridge as the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) arrived at Naval Air Station North Island.
USS Theodore Roosevelt returned to Naval Air Station North Island (San Diego, California), 9 July, after a six-month deployment.
Welcome home.The past two months have been an emotional time.
- Global lockdowns opened up to a skirmish.
- The death of an epic human rights legend ( Farewell, John Lewis. Thank you, sir, for the good trouble.)
- The pandemic ordeals of thousands of sailors aboard CVN-71.
- The reunification of families split by a pandemic. Ten million cases of COVID-19. What next?
Friends have died. The Human Race has lost too much to not need some rethinking on how to build human solidarity.
253 Locales report 345,958,614 COVID-19 cases of which there are 59,839,384 active cases, therefore 280,500,009 recoveries and 5,619,221 fatalities.
GMT 2022-01-22 03:22
Data reported should be in accordance with the applied case definitions and testing strategies in each locale as their governments report daily or from time to time.
All data researched and published by The RINJ Foundation and partners in CSPaC.
©The RINJ Foundation 2020-2022-01-22T03:22:09Z #Singapore-SK-HUK-77
RINJ is with Civil Society Solidarity Partners against COVID-19.
SARS2 Update 2022-01-22 03:22 GMT
- Global Population: 7,871,660,945
- 253 Regions reported 345,958,614 cases
- 59,839,384 cases active
- 5,619,221 people reported killed by COVID-19
- 1.62% is current Case Fatality Rate (CFR)
- 280,500,009 survived COVID-19
- 22.55% of all humans (1,774,767,689) have been infected
- 0.72% Global estimated inferred average Infection Fatality Rate (IFR)
(influenza is .1% or 6 per 100k (2019))
- 12,862,115 Total deaths (estimated actual) including errors, unexpected deaths with pneumonia indications with no history, and unreported likely-cause excess deaths such as people who never went to a hospital but had COVID-19 indications but never tested.
- 107.97% of the USA may have been infected including reported + estimated unreported mild and estimated asymptomatic (358,926,462.36) persons, some of whom may not have been ill in their first course of the disease, but could have spread the disease.
- 1.26% is USA current Case Fatality Rate (CFR) &
- 0.27% is estimated inferred average Infection Fatality Rate (IFR)
- 969,101 estimated total COVID-19 deaths including unreported likely-cause excess deaths. According to projections of IHME, IHME calculation of excess deaths is higher than what CSPaC is showing.
The American Epicenter has 43.03 % of global 'active' cases (25,747,895 USA / 59,839,384 Global), people infected with COVID-19 now.
Below: CSPAC estimated 2022-01-21 23:00 GMT COVID-19 data for India.
EPICENTER-2: India (38,901,485)
Note: India's reported death sum and cured data are widely seen among epidemiologists and biostatisticians as unreliable. For example, 2,688,962 is CSPAC estimated sum of deaths while India reports 488,911, creating the largest discepency in the world. India might only report hospital tested cases. Sources among hundreds of nurses and other medical practitioners provide a picture that in summary concludes most cases never present in a hospital especially in northern provinces where health care is less available and utilization is low anyway because of poverty, hence most people die at home in India. This theory could explain discrepancies between reported data and algorithmic estimates.
Data collected and reported by: Civil Society Solidarity Partners against COVID-19
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Here are some pictures taken of some of all of our hero friends by some of all of our hero friends, frontliners all.
The picture and its story: Kuwait, Specialist Zachary Fossum, a military working dog handler with the 16th Military Police Brigade, from Fort Bragg, NC, and Capt. Jon Drake, officer in charge of Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, Veterinary Services with the 994th Medical Detachment Veterinary Services Support, assist Maj. Tiffany Kimbrell, a veterinary surgeon with the 994th MDVS, during a video call to Iraq for a virtual check-up, on 15 July, 2020.
This telemedical check-up is the first of its kind for veterinary services between separate bases in a deployed environment opening new windows to better assist deployed personnel.
A book that compassionately explained why.
A global menace in the White House was the revelation by a sincere niece who had loved in the wake of an uncle’s troubled childhood. Failure to bond led to psychopathy and brought a liar and a con artist to the leadership of a now failing nation, one with fr too many weapons of mass destruction.
The malignancy of a troubled mind in the US White House is generating a plethora of behavioural antigens that have the world’s leaders tied up in anxious conflicts.
China, North Korea, Russia, Iran, and their allies are teetering on the brink of war with the United States and Britain thanks to the malevolence in the White House. It’s a problem that must end soon.
Book Release 14 July: “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man”
“Child abuse is, in some sense, the expectation of ‘too much’ or ‘not enough’,” writes Dr. Mary Trump, a clinical psychologist and the daughter of Donald Trump’s now deceased but alienated in life time Brother. “Donald directly experienced the ‘not enough’ in the loss of connection to his mother at a crucial development stage.
“… Having been abandoned by his mother for at least a year, and having his father fail not only to meet his needs but to make him feel safe or loved, valued or mirrored, Donald suffered deprivations that would scar him for life.
“The personality traits that resulted – displays of narcissism, bullying, grandiosity – finally made my grandfather take notice but not in a way that ameliorated any of the horror that had come before.”
Donald Trump is edging daily toward world war. If he cannot be leader of the free world there will be no more world?
Some pundits suggest Donald Trump may refuse to leave the White House if he should lose the 3 November election. Others think he will start a war and postpone the election.
The picture and its story. As a teaching nurse at St. Louis University in the Philippines puts it, “from Santiago Island looking out to the Paracels, one might wonder what there is to fight about. The sea has become somewhat polluted and while there may be oil and gas underneath, who needs it? Burning fossil fuel is ruining the Earth, creating an imbalance that is killing species that only leave behind their monstrous virus loads mankind has no idea how to manage.”
Imagine China’s frustration being accused of doing exactly what the United States has been doing for years, spying on everyone and interfering in every nation’s affairs.
The two toughest months for humanity from a Feminine-perspective
- July – 2020
- USA Hits 4M COVID-19 Cases & 150K dead. Trump blames China
- USA & UK attack China to distract from their HR Violations
- China is owed an apology. Ignore Trump propaganda lies or die.
- Farewell, John Lewis. Thank you, sir, for the good trouble.
- Combat soldiers wear masks. You? Who is the Wuss? You?
- Philippines struggles amidst USA, China & COVID-19
- Why a Global Civil Society Group demanded Trump resign.
- Who do I trust, Fauci or Trump? Should I wear a mask. Will I be OK? Critical & due analysis.
- Bastille Day tribute to HealthCare Workers & Dr. Tedros Tops List
- Philippines Eduardo Ano says cops to detain COVID-19 sick
- Sure. To hell with wearing a mask? American COVID-19 Tsunami. Look what you did.
- Stop American children becoming expendable. Await a vaccine.
- 6000-Plus Aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt Welcomed Home
- Bye Bye WHO. But this is bad for Americans. Did Trump vow to kill America for peeing on him. Women call-to-arms.
- Black Lives Matter in Uruguay & all races have good healthcare
- SARS2 took our oldest seniors & the death rate appears to slow.
- Gosh, America. The world could help you if you would just listen.
- Happy 4th of July, America, former leader of the free world. A Feminine-Perspective Commentary.
- Editorial: Hong Kong great again once Britain, USA bring interlopers home.
- June – 2020
- The case for the Venezuelan people must be accepted by all.
- Editorial: Why Meng Wanzhou will not get a fair hearing. Nor will Canada.
- Philippines: activism is terrorism in a failed state.
- America is a world danger, refusing to manage COVID-19
- Inbred Communist Party of China has gone too far. (Editorial)
- Trump did slow testing down (Let people die quietly from America-Virus.)
- When leaders failed us & lie 5.6 percent of COVID cases die
- North Korea moving to DefCon2? No.
- Emerging Ethics Dilemma of Social Media Platforms with posts that allegedly kill users.
- Kim Yo-jong in North Korea seems angry. Why?
- COVID-19 exposed alleged abuses of Senior Citizens in Retirement Homes
- Vietnamese vessel rammed by China enforcing over-fishing law must be condemned.
- 3M Women slam Trump-Twitter attack on ICC & human rights defenders with Twitter Boycott
- America & others failed against CoV. Wearing a mask thwarts SARS-CoV2
- Editorial: Trump violently attacks a human rights defender putting America in a hole.
- Trump’s COVID19 response kills twice tobacco death numbers. Stay home if you can.
- De-funding police means what? Here is the answer.
- Trump & his white supremacists commit mass murder
- Women leadership is generally better. The tide is turning.
- If I cannot see your eyes, do I feel you? Is it easier to kill you? Trudeau 21-second pause was utter honesty.
- Saluting people who make a difference aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt
- Not a soldier. Uniformed American bearing arms against countrymen is no soldier.
- Dignity & worth of all persons need elevation by G7, say humanitarians
- South China Sea show-down has begun. Thucydides trap? A Canadian in Asia Feature.
- Black Lives Matter Essay Contest allows safe protest from home. The pen is mightier…
- May – 2020
- Think about what you are doing, North America. SARS2 is Winning
- Regis Korchinski-Paquet Toronto crisis not racism but sad event in an already sad community.
- Donald Trump tweets. Twitter says whoa. CNN team arrested. US Constitution trashed.
- The week George died, hearts broke around the world.
- Violence & breach of peace in HK unacceptable. Editorial.
- Rodrigo Duterte makes sense: no vaccine, no school. And it runs much deeper.
Great news! Twenty Two Women Leaders and Three Male Leaders are the best and the brightest in the world, fighting the pandemic in solidarity with any nation that joins them.
These are extraordinary times because in actual fact, the world has never had such amazing leaders before. Yes, there are some horrid patriarchal governments led by men with no conscience, no empathy and moreover they embrace crime a violate the human condition in every possible way. But given the courage of conviction of the women who have stood up to these evil monsters, the future is not hard to see with the extraordinary change that has begun.
- Chancellor Angela Merkel (Germany)
- President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf (Liberia)
- President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (Argentina)
- Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wajed (Bangledesh)
- President Dalia Grybauskaite (Lithuania)
- Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar (Trinidad and Tobago)
- President Dilma Rousseff (Brazil)
- President Atifete Jahjaga (Kosovo)
- Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt (Denmark)
- Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller (Jamaica)
- President Moon Jae-in (South Korea)
- Prime Minister Alenka Bratusek (Slovenia)
- Prime Minister Sibel Siber (Cyprus (North))
- Prime Minister Aminata Touré (Senegal)
- Prime Minister Erna Solberg (Norway)
- Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma (Latvia)
- President Catherine Samba-Panza (Central African Republic)
- President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca (Malta)
- Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz (Poland)
- President Tsai Ing-wen (Taiwan)
- de facto President Carrie Lam (Hong Long)
- Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (New Zealand)
- President Halimah Yacob (Singapore)
Regional Leaders Who may become the USA Vice President.
FPMag has no favorite, and no inside track, but picked three extraordinary women in the news over the past few days for bad or good. Each woman is an extraordinary leader and more than that, their names our children will all come to know in the years ahead. This is important.
A change has begun and the “Tide Is Turning”
Governor Gretchen Whitmer
A breath of fresh air yes, but her amazing calm may lead a nation by example.
An able captain in a perfect storm: Jacinda Ardern levels SARS2 at least once in the past two months.
Beat the virus. It can be done.
SARS2 took our oldest seniors & the death rate appears to slow. Very few of the older seniors are left alive.