What Are Numbers, Anyway – Just a Measure of Something Important

Headlines thrive on bad news – the worse, the better. The Omicron variant is like a combined earthquake and tsunami combined inundated and shaking news desks across the country. When should we be concerned if there are 10,000 new daily … Continue reading

Suppose There Was a Pandemic and No One Got Sick

The more I research the pandemic, the more fear and panic appear on stage. However, I live in Houston, Texas, and most of the time, I would never know there was a pandemic in my life. Therefore, other than visiting … Continue reading

Why Is It Impossible to See the Silver Lining Behind the Storm Clouds?

Omicron, the current bogeyman of our pandemic, does not seem to fit the mold of how dangerous coronavirus can be. Yes, there are some very virulent issues with the Omicron variant, but there is a lot to rejoice about at … Continue reading

Doubling Down on Procedures That Will Increase Risk Is Always Wise?

Einstein is credited with saying insanity is doing the same repeatedly and expecting different results. Before COVID-19 vaccines, maybe a wise move was to isolate those spreading the disease. Governments around the world locked down everyone to prevent the spread … Continue reading

Is Issuing New Restrictions the Best Way to Go Now That We Know What We Know?

This morning, I came across a headline about Greece issuing a new restriction specifically to control access of unvaccinated to cafes, restaurants, banks, etc. My source, https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/greece/, indicates that Greece is going through a significant surge in new cases. However, … Continue reading

The Rollercoaster of Pandemic Surges is Puzzling, Yet Promising

Yesterday, I wrote about the wild situation in Vermont, where nearly 90% of its citizens are vaccinated, and the pandemic is producing daily records of new cases of COVID-19. Today, the link below mentioned that Wyoming is next to the … Continue reading

Vermont’s Pandemic Challenge is Unexplainable, or is It?

I decided recently to publish my pandemic articles (over 300) into a series of books. I expect them to provide an eye-witness account of the daily accounts of living through a pandemic. This is not planned as a best-seller but … Continue reading

Normal Life Restarting in New Zealand by Major Shift in Focus

Around ten days ago, I reported that Ireland and Norway were returning to everyday life – https://wp.me/p4ztmz-1sH. New Zealand has announced that they are no longer pursuing a plan for the complete eradication of COVID-19. New Zealand has had a … Continue reading

How Do We Break Out of This Perpetual State of Emergency?

All of us have had a wild ride over the past eighteen months. Our lives have been tossed about, and more than a few of us are getting tired of it. Whatever was normal seems far, far away. This state … Continue reading

Some Disagree with Sweden’s Decisions Over the Past 18 Months, But

I was scanning health headlines this morning to determine what to write about today. Then, I came across one about Sweden and the pandemic. It stated, ‘A year and a half after Sweden decided not to lockdown, its COVID-19 death … Continue reading