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  1. Actually, if I read this correctly, I am impressed that the US leads all reported in ICU beds, which is what seems to be of significance here. 29.3 per 100, 000 is a Lot of beds.
  2. He get off by seeing that it bothers you. He's not worth your time, so don't waste it on him.
  3. Coronavirus 'emergency'? Oregon police ask people to stop calling 911 because they ran out of toilet paper
  4. It's always your choice, but I believe that your area NOB was ill prepared(both local and state) and in initial denial at the beginning is why so many cases and deaths. I believe now they have caught up and things have quieted down considerably there. All areas and States NOB are not equally prepared to care for their citizens. With today's stats release, the US death rate is now under 2%, so that should show everyone that the US, because of fast actions, is getting a handle quickly on things. Still, those fewer deaths are older with underlying illness. Just older is not the main concern.
  5. Wonder how they think the CV gets into Mexico? Gto is having its 'rally" soon and there are basically entries from all over Europe, including Italy. The Coronavirus is just the flu, not the plague. Don't let your FEAR destroy the economy. Wash your hands and LIVE YOUR LIFE.
  6. I found this online. Mexico is not testing for covid and therefore has a low number of cases. I even read somewhere that there are only 3 hospitals certified to test. Below from the Puerto Vallarta News. There was a similar article in the Mexico News Daily this week also. We all know how the Mexican bureaucracy can be very frustrating to say the least. When something changes it can be years before every procedure is decided upon. Now with the upheaval in IMSS and Seguro Populare, it is a safe bet that the medical system is in shambles. It is likely in no way capable to deal with covid. Of course, this effects private doctors too. The Mexican Health Ministry has confirmed that less than 300 people have been tested for the coronavirus since February 8, when the first case was announced. As of today, Mexico has only confirmed 8 cases of the pandemic. “I’m worried about the lack of diagnostic testing,” said Francisco Moreno, infectious disease specialist and head of Internal Medicine at ABC Hospital in Mexico City. “If Mexico has undetected cases circulating, the spread of the disease is going to be brutal.” At the same time, Mexico has seen an increase in deaths being contributed to seasonal influenza, which without testing could be misdiagnosed due to the similarities between influenza and the coronavirus.Mexico’s President has continued to reassure people, “We have the best experts on the matter. We still have the same number of cases and luckily there’s been no loss of life. We’re not hiding information from the population.” Moreno suggested that Mexico is waiting for the pandemic to create problems before addressing the spread. Currently, Mexico is only allowing testing for people who have known direct contact with the 8 confirmed cases in Mexico or recent travels to high-risk areas. “It’s likely that they’ve missed some cases and will continue to do so if they don’t increase testing,” says Alejandro Macias, the former national commissioner for influenza in Mexico during the H1N1 outbreak. The government of Mexico has misled the public about the risks and possible exposure, including denying a passenger on a Princess Cruise that tested positive had visited Mexico, despite passenger logs. The daily press briefings with Mexico’s President include accusations that conservatives are using the coronavirus to end his presidency. Mexico has successfully kept the coronavirus numbers low, not through prevention, but through a lack of testing driven by politics and not the health of the public.
  7. Would you be kind enough to tell the source online for the Chapala Governments and state of Jalisco Plans for what those who suspect they may have contacted the virus should do and how to seek help. Thank you.
  8. Hud


    Got that derangement syndrome still I see !!! Only real racists use that word any more. That dog don't hunt here any more. You know so little about life in Mexico.Live with and among real working Mexicans before you run off at the mouth. Kiss my grits ! .
  9. Hud


    Evidently you haven't lived in Mexico very long. All restaurants recycle Everything you leave on the table, whether you have touched it, smelled it, sampled it, sneezed on it, dropped it on the floor, etc. Just don't think about it and enjoy yourself. After a few years, your system will get used to it and build up a "mexican type" resistance. Welcome to Mexico !
  10. I think it is the fault of the US President and his administration. They probably are selling lots of surplus high powered arms to these cartels. If not, must be the previous administration, where everyone's son is protected from everything.
  11. 120 Years…. an interesting and funny read. https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2014/08/120_years_of_climate_scares.html?fbclid=IwAR1mwNooEkYBn7osgB6Y2E58xJtQhzbAQZlvPPjdnXOljgMEgAIrCW8k9d0#.XZSdZ6u6Ots.facebook
  12. I don't know, ask mudgirl, as you "conveniently" overlooked that. You people need professional help, just sayin.
  13. geeser- there's no point arguing or pointing out the flaws in climate changers' thinkings or beliefs. If they wish to display their ignorance on public forums, the only people they are hurting are themselves. They are best left ignored.
  14. What did people use where What did people use where you came from? Surely the thieves,robbers, etc. were just as bad, or worse in your area there ?
  15. From the way I read your comments, looks like she is "spot on" with her observations. Caught you with your panties down and now you are again trying to weasel out of it by blaming her. Man up sometimes and stop being a child that can't always have his way.
  16. That kinda cut his water off, didn't it?
  17. Thanks, Eric, for an excellent post. Personal experiences like yours here make this Board very valuable.
  18. Wife and I personally witnessed a Notary taking cars and other valuables from a house in Chula Vista when the owner had died. I believe he was trusted with notifying next of kin, but helped himself to LOTS before he did so. That Notary once bragged to us to come to his ranch to see his over 20 antique US car collection(2 of them came from that property, we are sure). We declined. He was wealthy, owning several houses, multiple cars, etc. He has since died. I can guess where he gained his fortune. We entrust our wishes to several people we hope we can trust, so maybe through one of them they will get respected.
  19. Doesn't take much intelligence, or much study, to know that those things cause a lot more pollution. Not synchronizing traffic lights causes a lot also. I find this a lot here in big cities. You can't tell Mexicans there is a better way, as they are always correct.
  20. It is possible that these topes were placed by the station owner, not by city hall. Happens, and unless someone goes to complain, they will stay. If illegal, no one knows who placed them, but they will come up, if complained about.
  21. What year was that exactly? What is a few? The roads have been good for almost 18 years, not just a few years.
  22. I was told you could use it no more than 180 days total in that year.
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