A Shocking 17 Million Americans Have Filed For Unemployment In Past 3 Weeks

Two weeks ago it was a record 3.3 million initial claims; last week it was an additional (upwardly revised) 6.875 million in initial claims, and this week another 6.606 million claims (almost exactly our expectation of 6.5 million). That is a shocking 16.78 million people who have applied for unemployment benefits in the last three …

Nursing home with 39 coronavirus cases evacuated after staff stops showing up

Only a journalist would be unable to infer causality, unless it's writing a "story" about Donald Trump. The Magnolia Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Riverside has 39 confirmed cases of coronavirus, according to county officials, and for two days in a row, 13 of its employees were no-shows. It’s unclear why, exactly, they went AWOL, …

Don’t Forget the Second and Third-Order Effects

Death Rate is not the same as the Per Capita Mortality Rate.  Lear about that here: https://www.tiktok.com/@pandion777/video/6811844459488136454 https://www.tiktok.com/@pandion777/video/6811844459488136454 The global death rate, as a percentage of closed cases, has continued to climb to its current spot of 21%, as the bullshit Chinese numbers become less relevant in the total global count. More states have instituted …

COVID-19 To “Shock” US Economy Into Deep Recession, 13% Unemployment By June

The Wall Street Journal published a new monthly survey that outlines the severe economic impact of shutting down cities across America to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. The survey of 57 economists from April 3-7 includes 14.4 million job losses and a surge in unemployment through spring, with the possibility of a recovery …