Thursday, December 10, 2020

CoViD-19 San Diego Will Pass 100,000 Total Cases On Friday, Sees Highest Weekly Deaths Of Pandemic | US Posts Second Consecutive Day of 3,000+ Deaths | China Recommends Depends | Save The Cheese

Backyard time with Ficus (Taken 12.6.2020)

Last night I had a hard time sleeping. For one, there was a fire down my alley in the middle of the night that was pretty loud for awhile. I was also stewing on a predicament, but then I was up early, dealt with it head on, and gracefully got out of the awkward situation and more importantly, got some sleep. 
By afternoon, it was pretty cold outside so I didn't stay outside long, but I did finish my wreath, and we made more progress on the tree, which I'll probably finish later tonight. I also made my Costco run. We're doing alright on paper goods, but I still make sure to pick up a package of shop towels in the absence of regular paper towels, and I was a little bummed I couldn't find Disarrono. It's a little sweet treat I like to keep around in winter. 
Anyway, the Pfizer vaccine looks like it's gonna get approved, China is recommending diapers over using airplane lavatories, and the US had another day of over 3,000 deaths. Meanwhile, San Diego has reported 59 deaths this week, from 12/5-12/9, and still have two days of data to include. This passes the highest weekly deaths, 58, which was set last week, beating the two highest weeks (56 & 55) in July.  

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