This is a picture of death. The reason Nebraska looks so awesome is they stopped reporting in most of the state back in May. Although if you drill down in the map you can discover how many are infected at their major hospitals. What you can also see in this map, which you can’t see without a paid subscription, is a national map with every hospital, how many ICU beds available and how many COVID patients they have. I posted on Facebook some scary stats that are happening in Nebraska — Kearney my hometown. Like, The University of Nebraska at Kearney has 520 cases of COVID. Yet, the Kearney Daily Hub reports 4 cases. Hmm…who do you think is lying? Yeah, I think the Hub is lying. I trust the Times. They are getting their numbers from the healthcare facilities. Nebraska also is not doing any testing so they wouldn’t know if they wanted. I personally think that 520 college students infecting 2-10 people each will ultimately end very badly. I asked my mom how many simultaneous classes are running at the college? Not 500, which means that in every single classroom, dorm hall, sorority and fraternity there is an active case of COVID. Every person he/she talks to gets it and passes it on. I’m kind of a visual guy so seeing a red map of people infected really hits home.
So if you are from Colorado I’ll tell you what the media ISN’T telling you. Here are some stats from our colleges:
|University of Colorado Boulder||Boulder, Colo.||3,725|
|Colorado State University||Fort Collins, Colo.||3,141|
|University of Denver||Denver, Colo.||1,310|
|Metro State College Denver, Colo 240 cases|
Home Depot in Thornton has an outbreak 101 employees. Denver International Airport has over 300 employees across their different positions. The luggage ramp guys have it. Since they are outside they aren’t wearing masks and sneeze or cough on your luggage before it lands down the luggage ramp. Was it YOUR luggage? Did you touch your face after grabbing your suitcase? Walmart distribution center in Loveland, 125 employees. Yep, your whatever you bought might have been touched by one of those employees. In-N-Out burger in Aurora — 74 employees test positive. Yep, your hamburger might have given it to you. And look out American Furniture Warehouse in Thornton AND Englewood. 73 & 65 employees testing positive. Oh, did you touch that couch that someone coughed on and didn’t sanitize? Kings Soopers in Commerce City, 71 employees. Did you shop there? Sorry, store not sterile. The fancy Broodmoor hotel in the Springs, 64 employees. Yep, your room not sterile. Sorry. Top Golf in Centennial, 54 employees. Oh you got it from your unsanitized golf club? Darn. So when unvaccinated individuals wonder where they got it or how they got it, YOU have an uncanny idea. MAYBE these people were out in public at ONE of the above establishments and got the virus there. We still don’t know how long the virus can live on a package. We can’t SEE it so many are careless. If it led a trail of blood like Ebola you would be wiping everything down with Clorox.
You don’t have to hide in your cave like a hermit. But you DO need to wipe shit down, wash your hands, and don’t trust that ANY piece of anything is safe until you cleaned it. EVERY single person dying in ICU say “I don’t know how I got it. I was so careful.” Nope. They weren’t. But you can be. And according to abc news, 204,000 children contracted the virus in one week. Scary. Colorado is testing kids for free in classrooms, unlike Nebraska who discourage testing.