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Frank Figliuzzi says that counter intelligence risks don't go away when Drumpf loses

Source: Nicole Wallace show

Just now heard former FBI Frank Figliuzzi saying that if Drumpf loses in Nov, that the counter intelligence risk does not go away - like the information Drumpf now has - nuclear info, bunker info, pentagon info, US's secrets, etc. He as a retired fake Prez will have all this secret info as well as his grifter family!!!

I didn't think of that!!!


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Voting info for each state from NBCNews

NBCNews has put a guide for voting in each state:

https://www.nbcnews.com/specials/plan-your-vote-state-by-state-guide-voting-by-mail-early-in-person-voting-election

GOTV!

Coronavirus - how to stay safe (SK guide), CDC, EPA, HVACs, ACs, Coronavirus news

I saw this post: https://medium.com/@indica/how-korea-is-reopening-24ce3e9a1d69
regarding what South Korea's health government has stressed for distancing in daily life.

South Korea's Guideline pdf: https://covidtranslate.org/more-resources/routine-distancing-guidelines/

I know US is not like South Korea, but some of the guidelines can help us to keep safe from coronavirus.


Here's how they do contact tracing: https://medium.com/@indica/how-korea-does-contact-tracing-1b2662b5b894


I've been looking for what can be done indoors with HVAC systems and CDC & EPA are recommending:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/05/26/key-stopping-covid-19-addressing-airborne-transmission/?outputType=amp

"The evidence suggests that mitigating airborne transmission should be at the front of our disease-control strategies for covid-19. In some ways, that only bolsters public health measures already in place, such as avoiding groups and wearing masks in public. But it also requires that we minimize exposure to airborne pathogens, especially indoors.
To do that, we need to do two things. First, maintain physical distancing. Six feet is good, but 10 feet is better. Second, we must deploy healthy building strategies, such as refreshing stale indoor air. We do this by opening windows in our homes and cars and by increasing the outdoor air ventilation rate in buildings with HVAC systems. Any recirculated air needs to pass through a high-efficiency filter so an infected person in one room doesnít contaminate people in an adjacent room (as happened with the first SARS outbreak). We also have to make sure places such as bathrooms and rooms with infected patients have enough exhaust, and are negatively pressurized relative to common areas, so any airborne virus is confined to limited areas. This isnít rocket science; as far back as 1860, Florence Nightingale said, "Cleanliness and fresh air from open windows, with unremitting attention to the patient are the only defence a true nurse either asks or needs."

CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/office-buildings.html

"Before resuming business operations, check the building to see if itís ready for occupancy.
Ensure that ventilation systems in your facility operate properly. For building heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC systems) that have been shut down or on setback, review new construction start-up guidance provided in ASHRAE Standard 180-2018, Standard Practice for the Inspection and Maintenance of Commercial Building HVAC Systems.
Increase circulation of outdoor air as much as possible by opening windows and doors, using fans, and other methods. Do not open windows and doors if doing so poses a safety or health risk for current or subsequent occupants, including children (e.g., allowing outdoor environmental contaminants including carbon monoxide, molds, or pollens into the building).
Evaluate the building and its mechanical and life safety systems to determine if the building is ready for occupancy. Check for hazards associated with prolonged facility shutdown such as mold growth, rodents or pests, or issues with stagnant water systems, and take appropriate remedial actions."

EPA: https://www.epa.gov/coronavirus/can-running-hvac-system-my-home-help-protect-me-covid-19

CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/php/cleaner-air-shelters.html

EPA: https://www.epa.gov/coronavirus/can-running-hvac-system-my-home-help-protect-me-covid-19

AC: https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutter/blog/air-conditioning-coronavirus/

Offices: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/28/health/cdc-coronavirus-offices.html

Most of the superspreader coronavirus cases were indoors.

Here's news/resources/vaccines/research info on coronavirus: https://www.coronavirustoday.com/


Most of the superspreader coronavirus cases were indoors.

Stay safe!

Covid-19 Preparation

Folks,

As we are seeing when folks are isolated in hospitals when they are infected with the Coronavirus, it becomes difficult for family to be in touch, especially, when the patient is really sick and on ventilator. Here is what you should have ready in case this happens to anyone you love:

IMPORTANT COVID-19 INFO to share with the public: Right now, write up a medical history and
medication list for every member of your family and make sure it's handy (And in your ICE file on
your phone). Many, many hospitals and EMS are not allowing ANYONE to accompany a patient
to the hospital. If you or a loved one has to go the hospital for ANY reason don't want EMS,
doctors or nurses missing key information. Most of us have plenty of time on our hands right
now. So, no excuses! Do it today. Stay healthy and share this with family and friends.

Forwarded a short medical history format, feel free to use it.

Name :
Address:
Home/Cell #s:
Date of birth :
Allergies: ( list reaction if known) write ALL allergies medication , food and environmental
Medical conditions :
Surgical history :
Past Medical history :
Current medication :
Smoking:
Alcohol consumption:
Family history : Write any major medical condition of parents , siblings and grandparents mainly
cancers, diabetes, hypertension, mental illness etc.
Insurance information ( donít put SSN)
Insurance holder information example parent or spouse etc:
Emergency contact information:
Primary Doctors office info:


Please have each family member place this in their wallets. Also, for grandparents, friends, etc.


For Covid-19 preparation to stay at home from CNN: https://www.cnn.com/interactive/2020/03/health/coronavirus-tipsheets/coronavirus-proof-your-home/index.html


Please stay safe & healthy!


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