William J. Bennett, former Secretary of Education, has a message for America and the world about coronavirus; take a breath. As he explains in a recent article, at time of writing there were just over 3,000 deaths out of 164,000 people who tested positive, for an infection rate of 1.9%. That’s 19 times more
So far, it’s been something of a zombie apocalypse movie without all the blood and gore. People are confronting issues like slow internet and having to understand their children’s homework. But now the calendar says that rent and other bills are due, which will bring the stress of unemployment, layoffs, and furloughs into stark relief.
Americans are at it again. With consumption down dramatically because of shelter-in-place and other directives, many companies have idled their normal production lines. But instead of laying off workers and closing their doors to wait for better times, many are retooling to produce the medical supplies we desperately need. On Monday evening, President Trump highlighted
Snorkel masks are exactly what they sound like… recreational, full-face masks with a snorkel device. They’re meant as an easy way for vacationers to snorkel without navigating the old tube that went in your mouth separate from the mask. Now researchers are converting these low-cost items into respirators for treating patients suffering with coronavirus, or
Life in Guymon, Oklahoma hasn’t changed much as the coronavirus swept the world and the nation. The 11,500 residents in the largest town in the Oklahoma panhandle have continued on with their daily lives, warily watching as the virus gets closer. The nearest infection report is 100 miles away, but people are concerned that the