Coronavirus

Discussion in 'The Signs of the Times' started by garabandal, Jan 22, 2020.

  1. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Powers

    I appreciate your views on this. I am familiar with what you have posted and I am glad that you have expounded further and found it hopeful. :)
     
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  2. Donna259

    Donna259 Archangels

    that's very interesting.....also Trump is really set on seeing churches full on Easter.....hmmmmm He said that yesterday.....
     
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  3. BrianK

    BrianK Proud2bRC Staff Member

  4. Carol55

    Carol55 Ave Maria

    Good point, Donna.

    In comparison, Andrew Cuomo can't seem to find God.

    Today Cuomo stated that NY state has a very high incident rate of this viris because "We are close.":rolleyes:

    He went on to explain that because NYC is so densely populated and we are so loving etc that is why this happening in his state. Hmmm.

    He also has stated that NY is doing more testing for the virus but I don't think that he has once suggested that we pray, for instance. If he has, I missed it.:(
     
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  5. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Powers

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  6. Mary's child

    Mary's child Powers

    Thank you from this surgical tech. :)
     
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  7. DesertStar7

    DesertStar7 Archangels

    This is an ongoing mentality, is it not?

    We've a long-time friend who believes Borders SHOULD be open because people in the past died of diseases brought to them by pioneers ... so now it's our turn.

    I cannot understand this father of 3 and grandfather of 5 having such a mentality.

    Especially as I only have a cat, you know?

    I don't subscribe to "two wrongs make a right."
     
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  8. Jo M

    Jo M Archangels

    It seems to me the flu shot has been less effective in recent years. I think I may bypass the shot myself next time around.
     
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  9. Muzhik

    Muzhik Powers

    And, of course, NY is in SUCH DESPERATE NEED for masks, face shields, etc., yet won't stop abortions in the state so the protective gear used by those clinics can be sent to hospitals instead.
     
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  10. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Powers

    Wow, good insight!
     
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  11. Carol55

    Carol55 Ave Maria

    Mar 24, 2020 - Health
    Coronavirus traces found on Diamond Princess 17 days after passengers left
    Rebecca Falconer

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    Traces of the novel coronavirus were found in the cabins on the Diamond Princess cruise ship up to 17 days after passengers left, a study published by the CDC Monday found.

    Why it matters: Axios health care editor Sam Baker notes: "The virus lives a long time on hard surfaces, and that's another reason to be wary about quickly reopening businesses like bars, restaurants and gyms while the virus is still spreading quickly."
    • Per the CDC, "Although these data cannot be used to determine whether transmission occurred from contaminated surfaces, further study of fomite transmission of SARS-CoV-2 aboard cruise ships is warranted."
    COVID-19 on cruise ships poses a risk for rapid spread of disease, causing outbreaks in a vulnerable population, and aggressive efforts are required to contain spread."— CDC statement in study
    How it works: The study examined coronavirus outbreaks aboard the Carnival-owned cruise ships the Diamond Princess, which was quarantined off Yokohama, Japan, last month, and the Grand Princess, which was stranded off the San Francisco coast for several days.

    What they found: Per the CDC, "By March 17, confirmed cases of COVID-19 had been associated with at least 25 additional cruise ship voyages."
    • 46.5% of cases from the Diamond Princess were asymptomatic when tested, which could "partially explain the high attack rate among cruise ship passengers and crew," the CDC said. The virus infected 712 of the 3,711 people aboard the ship — 19.2% of those on board.
    • On the Grand Princess, 19 crew members and two passengers initially tested positive for the virus. The CDC study states the ship's outbreak was linked to 78 cases as of Saturday.
    Between the lines: Tara Smith, an infectious disease professor and epidemiologist, reacted to the study by noting in a Twitter thread that the "asymptomatic" number was given at the time of testing. "They didn't report follow-up to show how many eventually developed symptoms," Smith said. "So many possibly still in incubation period."
    • "In the Discussion they add this: 'Available statistical models of the Diamond Princess outbreak suggest that 17.9% of infected persons never developed symptoms' — so based on models, and not the 'half of those tested were asymptomatic' that I've already seen reported," Smith added.
    The bottom line: Per Smith, while SARS-CoV-2 RNA was "identified on a variety of surfaces in cabins of both symptomatic & asymptomatic infected passengers up to 17 days after cabins were vacated" and before the vessel had been fully disinfected, "viral RNA doesn't necessarily mean live virus was present."

    Of note: A study published last Tuesday in the New England Journal of Medicine found that SARS-CoV-2 stays viable in the air for several hours and can last on surfaces for up to three days.

    Flashback: The outbreak aboard the Diamond Princess prompted countries including the U.S. to evacuate citizens who were aboard the ship.
    • An elderly patient tested positive for COVID-19 after disembarking from the Grand Princess.
    Read the CDC study: [At the link.] https://www.axios.com/coronavirus-d...ins-2c9e13e7-0f45-4847-8ccf-a9b2af4210ca.html
     
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  12. Don_D

    Don_D ¡Viva Cristo Rey!

    In diocese across the US churches are closed to worshipers yet planned parenthood remains open and staffed. It is an essential service to the globalists.
     
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  13. Sunnyveil

    Sunnyveil Archangels

    Yeah, I have heard that abortion is a great sacrament for Satanists.
     
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  14. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    Call his bluff-would he assert that all East Asians deserve to die as they are the primary source of the Black Death, most seasonal influenzas, SARS, Swine 'Flu, COVID-19 and many more? He's probably pro-migration. Columbus was a fifteenth century migrant.
     
  15. LittleVoice

    LittleVoice WOE WOE WOE

    I believe that the hawthorn is the best medicine for this disease. I am still ill (my temperature is 37,5°C during 12 days), but my blood pressure is now in normal range. The pain in my chest is getting smaller.
     
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  16. Don_D

    Don_D ¡Viva Cristo Rey!

    Sounds like voluntary recalls are going out to prior service Army here in the US.

    The U.S. Army is reaching out to gauge the interest of our retired officers, noncommissioned officers and Soldiers who would be willing to assist with the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic response effort should their skills and expertise be required.

    These extraordinary challenges require equally extraordinary solutions and that's why we're turning to you -- trusted professionals capable of operating under constantly changing conditions. When the Nation called -- you answered, and now, that call may come again.

    If interested and you remain qualified to serve in any of the following health care specialties: 60F: Critical Care Officer; 60N: Anesthesiologist; 66F: Nurse Anesthetist; 66S: Critical Care Nurse; 66P: Nurse Practitioner; 66T: ER Nurse; 68V: Respiratory Specialist; 68W: Medic - we need to hear from you STAT!

    If you are working in a civilian hospital or medical facility, please let us know. We do not want to detract from the current care and treatment you are providing to the Nation.

    While this is targeted at medical specialties, if you are interested in re-joining the team and were in a different specialty, let us know your interest.

    If interested please contact Human Resources Command, Reserve Personnel Management Directorate, at usarmy.knox.hrc.mbx.g3-retiree-recall@mail.mil or call 502-613-4911, and provide your phone number, address, email, and MOS/Branch.

    LTG Thomas C. Seamands


    Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1
     
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  17. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Powers

    Thank God for this recovery. Will continue to pray.
     
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  18. Beth B

    Beth B Beth Marie

    prayers for you LittleVoice!
     
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  19. padraig

    padraig New Member

  20. padraig

    padraig New Member

    For the first time since the death of Our Lord, no Easter Ceremonies/Mass.

    In 2,000 years, no Easter.

    https://press.vatican.va/content/salastampa/it/bollettino/pubblico/2020/03/25/0181/00409.html#en

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    Traduzione in lingua inglese

    DECREE

    In time of Covid-19 (II)

    Considering the rapidly evolving situation of the Covid-19 pandemic and taking into account observations which have come from Episcopal Conferences, this Congregation now offers an update to the general indications and suggestions already given to Bishops in the preceding decree of 19 March 2020.

    Given that the date of Easter cannot be transferred, in the countries which have been struck by the disease and where restrictions around the assembly and movement of people have been imposed, Bishops and priests may celebrate the rites of Holy Week without the presence of the people and in a suitable place, avoiding concelebration and omitting the sign of peace.

    The faithful should be informed of the beginning times of the celebrations so that they can prayerfully unite themselves in their homes. Means of live (not recorded) telematic broadcasts can be of help. In any event it remains important to dedicate an adequate time to prayer, giving importance above all to the Liturgia Horarum.

    The Episcopal Conferences and individual dioceses will see to it that resources are provided to support family and personal prayer.

    1 - Palm Sunday. The Commemoration of the Lord’s Entrance into Jerusalem is to be celebrated within sacred buildings; in Cathedral churches the second form given in the Roman Missal is to be adopted; in parish churches and in other places the third form is to be used.

    2 – The Chrism Mass. Evaluating the concrete situation in different countries, the Episcopal Conferences will be able to give indications about a possible transfer to another date.

    3 – Holy Thursday. The washing of feet, which is already optional, is to be omitted. At the end of the Mass of the Lord’s Supper the procession is also omitted and the Blessed Sacrament is to be kept in the tabernacle. On this day the faculty to celebrate Mass in a suitable place, without the presence of the people, is exceptionally granted to all priests.

    4 – Good Friday. In the Universal Prayer, Bishops will arrange to have a special intention prepared for those who find themselves in distress, the sick, the dead, (cf. Missale Romanum). The adoration of the Cross by kissing it shall be limited solely to the celebrant.

    5 – The Easter Vigil: Is to be celebrated only in Cathedral and parish churches. For the “Baptismal Liturgy” only the “Renewal of Baptismal Promises” is maintained (cf. Missale Romanum).

    Seminaries, houses of clergy, monasteries and religious communities shall follow the indications of this decree.

    Expressions of popular piety and processions which enrich the days of Holy Week and the Paschal Triduum can be transferred to other suitable days in the year, for example 14 and 15 September, according to the judgement of the Diocesan Bishop.

    De mandato Summi Pontificis pro hoc tantum anno 2020.

    From the offices of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, 25 March 2020, on the Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord.

    Robert Card. Sarah
    Prefect
     

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