"China has to be made accountable for, at the very least, its complete lack of transparency. China could have prevented a great deal of pain and loss, both physical and economic, had they been honest -- but they never have been honest," Pirro said. "And we have a lot of time to think about how this needs to be resolved as it relates to China." … [Read more...] about Judge Jeanine: Coronavirus shutdown rough but Trump ‘working to get us back’
"I don't care what the media says. I don't care what the politicians say. I care about what I can do to help. I care about others that can help," Cuban said. "And whether it's [MyPillow CEO] Mike Lindell, myself, whoever, this is a time when leaders need to step up and do what's right to help their employees try to turn this thing around." … [Read more...] about Mark Cuban says coronavirus changes ‘everything’ in US — so leaders should ‘step up’
The problem is, there’s really nothing else to talk about. All these projections on when the NBA, Major League Baseball and other sports will resume play, or how — total conjecture. You’d find more clarity in a fogbank. So allow this column some quick takes on quarterbacks: … [Read more...] about NFL QB shuffle: Tom Brady serving up TDs, or pizzas? Mariota a starter in Vegas?
6:20 p.m. S.F. General Hospital has “slighty elevated” usage of key paralytic drugs: San Francisco General Hospital is using two paralytic drugs for COVID-19 patients “at slightly elevated rates,” a spokesman said Saturday, but the hospital’s need is “not acute at the moment.” NBC Bay Area reported the hospital is running short on the paralytics cisatracurium and rocuronium. “There’s a nationwide shortage of those two drugs,” said S.F. General spokesman Brent Andrew. “We don’t have an unusually high number of patients on ventilators right now. So we’re going through it at slightly elevated rates but not numbers that are out of scale.” Andrew said San Francisco General has 26 patients on ventilators, which is “not out of scale with typical.” Of those, 11 are COVID-19 patients. Oveall, the hospital has 23 COVID-19 patients, including 13 in intensive care. Paralytic drugs are sometimes used to … [Read more...] about Coronavirus live updates: Newsom helps out health care and essential workers, offering child care options
In case you missed it: the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said all Americans should consider wearing face coverings in public, to prevent further spread of COVID-19. Medical experts say fabric or cloth masks, which can be made at home, serve as an added safeguard to keep wearers from unknowingly spreading the virus through respiratory droplets, which are produced when people cough, sneeze or even speak. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Cases Surpass 7,500 In Washington; 26 New Deaths