What i’m thinking about
First responders. My brother-in-law is a fireman and he’s going out there and seeing cases firsthand. Many of their calls are to homes where people are sick. They can’t get them tests but can just help them as much as they can. While I’m holed up safely in my house, praying to stay away from this virus, he’s are out there going head-to-head every damn day. It’s really something. I have tons of respect for him and all the first responders. Then I read that in NYC, 14% of the uniformed police force is out sick. Oh man, what a crazy time we live in.
On Friday, 11% of the NYPD’s uniformed officers were out sick. Today, that’s up to 14% (5,199). 930 NYPD employees have tested positive for Covid19.
— Ali Watkins (@AliWatkins) March 30, 2020
Setting up for the long term. Now that it looks like we’re going to be under quarantine for at least another month or more, I’d like to start taking on some bigger projects. I’d like something that that takes more than 3 weeks to complete and has a definitive finish line. I’d like to work on something a little bit a day for a few weeks. I find those projects super fulfilling and rewarding. I thought of a big Lego ship, or a big jigsaw puzzle, but there’s got to be more. Building some furniture or a tree house comes to mind. Anyone have a good suggestions?
A brief example of the layers of clothing and gear doctors and nurses are using to protect themselves every single day from the Coronavirus. Simply heroic.
— Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) March 30, 2020
Making sure I still remember how to hit trick shots #TennisAtHome pic.twitter.com/DKDKQTaluY
— Roger Federer (@rogerfederer) March 30, 2020
From an English sports announcer (thx Kesner) – turn on sound:
I was bored. pic.twitter.com/bVoC0hyNzC
— Andrew Cotter (@MrAndrewCotter) March 27, 2020
Meanwhile, in Connecticut… pic.twitter.com/HZz7vJ3Pvx
— Best of Nextdoor (@bestofnextdoor) March 31, 2020
- World: : 803,313 cases, deaths: 39,014 (up 3,995 – a daily increase of -4%)
- USA: 164,719 cases, deaths: 3,170 (up 657 – a daily increase of 204%)
- Marin: 98 cases (up 4), 4 deaths (up 3)
Never been more jealous of a curve in my life. Man they nailed it.
Via Time. https://t.co/sktEp8booM pic.twitter.com/soPhg4iceJ
— Ben White (@morningmoneyben) March 30, 2020