Wednesday, December 22, 2021

CoViD-19: County Reports 1856 Cases; Most Since August | CA Mandates Boosters For HCWs| | Christmas Eve Storm Predicted | Student Debt Repayment Postponed; Should Be Canceled |


The rarely seen Maned Wolf at San Diego Zoo (Taken 12.9.21)

We are mere days away from Christmas and I am in full on nesting mode. I've bought everything I've needed to buy, cleaned everything I've needed to clean, and watched more briefings than one person should watch so I'm up to date with information and now it's just me and Netflix while the kid sleeps and Darren plays guitar in the studio. I'm watching Outside In because I've pretty much loved every Duplass movie I've seen and while intense, it doesn't disappoint. 

I didn't want to harp so much on COVID-19 today because I took enough notes that today's information should be pretty clear, but if I have to stress a few things, it would be (1) that San Diego cases nearly doubled in one day (2) the "game changer" Pfizer treatment takes 6-8 months to manufacture so don't expect any miracles and (3) if you're getting together with non-household members for Christmas, you should take advantage of a free test site on Thursday because there are no over-the-counter tests to be found anywhere and most testing will be closed for Christmas Eve and Christmas. 

I'm gonna get back to my movie and then have some Bravo bingeing to do. 

Stay safe out there.   

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