Wednesday, November 25, 2020

CoViD-19 San Diego Passes 75,000 Cases, Could Reach 1000 Deaths During Holiday Weekend | County Approves Additional $20m In Small Biz Grants | Moscow Mitch Is A Monster

Another View of the Dr. Seuss Tree at The Old Globe (Taken 11.23.2020)

I have not been sleeping well at all. I'm up all night and then by the time I'm ready to sleep around 3 or 4 in the morning, east coast news starts to roll in and I can't stop the doomscroll. Hopefully Thanksgiving weekend allows me to chill a bit and click my body back into some normal rhythm. I'm hoping tomorrow we can zip up to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park before doing the backyard thing at my mom's. 
The COVID news shouldn't come as any surprise these days. I think the US went from 12 to 13 million cases in 5-6 days, and we hit over 2000 deaths a day nationally as San Diego approaches 1000 deaths since the start of the pandemic. It's grim but people are just gonna carry on however they see fit, I suppose. 
I hope everyone has a nice Thanksgiving. I'll keep updating because now I've got it to a quick and easy task when I want it to be. Today's data and news are all after the jump.

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