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@oldturkey03 & @mayer
 
Here in the Boston things are very different! Streets are mostly empty from the normal hustle and bustle of city life. All we hear is the wailing call of the ambulances and EMT’s, like the howling wolf’s in the hills. It is very un-nerving not knowing who is being whisked away.
 
Both of you are lucky! You haven’t seen this invisible death dragon yet. You still have time to prepare!
 
@oldturkey03 you need to get as much PPE as you can. If you can’t find the material you’ll need to find people locally who can make it. Look at the community for gloves (and if they have them N95 masks) and anything that can be used like large garbage bags. Don’t forget cleaning products! Cleaning down the surfaces was another hole our hospitals hit. Foggers & sprayers can’t be used around patients.
 
We had a large group sewing masks and another group making face shields for the EMT & Hospital’s as soon as we heard how bad it was [http://charlestownbridge.com/2020/04/02/filling-the-gap-unique-charlestown-fabricator-transitions-fast-to-making-face-shields/|Filling the Gap: Unique Charlestown Fabricator Transitions Fast to Making Face Shields]. The effort is now focused on the community with the masks as we now need to wear them when going out. Our Mayor has evoked a requirement for masks and a curfew during the night.
 
Many of the nurses and doctors have themselves have now gotten infected, many are still working as the numbers of inbound patients is already stretching our hospitals ability to handle the traffic. Some hospitals had no PPE after the first few weeks! They where using cotton rags for face masks and ski goggles! It was that bad! Our medical workers are the real heroes, Our local and state government is doing what it can, now the feds … …. …. Where is the PPE and the needed respirators we where shipped all we got was 10,000 N95 masks for all of Boston and 100 old respirators boxes stained with water and mold. They needed to be taken apart and cleaned! So thats it! still waiting ……. While NY was in greater need they too didn’t get what they needed. And their hospital staff is also falling to the side as they too didn’t have the needed PPE to protect them from the start. Thats our fed slow to react and then boosting they have.
Many of the nurses and doctors have themselves have now gotten infected, many are still working as the numbers of inbound patients is already stretching our hospitals ability to handle the traffic. Some hospitals had no PPE after the first few weeks! They where using cotton rags for face masks and ski goggles! It was that bad! Our medical workers are the real heroes, Our local and state government is doing what it can, now the feds … …. …. Where is the PPE and the needed respirators we where shipped all we got was 10,000 N95 masks for all of Boston and 100 old respirators boxes stained with water and mold. They needed to be taken apart and cleaned! So thats it! still waiting ……. While NY was in greater need they too didn’t get what they needed. And their hospital staff is also falling to the side as they too didn’t have the needed PPE to protect them from the start. Thats our fed slow to react and then boosting they have.
 
As you likely heard our governor had to fly in N95 masks from China! After not one, but two sizable orders where confiscated by the feds (I do wonder where it all went).
 
The states are bidding against them selves and then having to pay a middle man here in the states for the privilege! Somebody is getting very rich here! And its not the makers of the products or the shippers, its someone’s cronies! I’m sure someone will investigate this when the crisis is over.
 
I was watching my temp but the dam battery died! And now I have a few symptoms, not sure if its seasonal allergies getting to me or …
 
I was good! I was not going out and the few times I did for food, I kept my distance and wiped my self down and what I could with a mild bleach. If it hits me it’s likely a one way ticket. Answering questions keeps my mind busy.
 
[image|95752]
 
Please stay safe and virus free!

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@oldturkey03 & @mayer
 
Here in the Boston things are very different! Streets are mostly empty from the normal hustle and bustle of city life. All we hear is the wailing call of the ambulances and EMT’s, like the howling wolf’s in the hills. It is very un-nerving not knowing who is being whisked away.
 
Both of you are lucky! You haven’t seen this invisible death dragon yet. You still have time to prepare!
 
@oldturkey03 you need to get as much PPE as you can. If you can’t find the material you’ll need to find people locally who can make it. Look at the community for gloves (and if they have them N95 masks) and anything that can be used like large garbage bags. Don’t forget cleaning products! Cleaning down the surfaces was another hole our hospitals hit. Foggers & sprayers can’t be used around patients.
 
We had a large group sewing masks and another group making face shields for the EMT & Hospital’s as soon as we heard how bad it waswas [http://charlestownbridge.com/2020/04/02/filling-the-gap-unique-charlestown-fabricator-transitions-fast-to-making-face-shields/|Filling the Gap: Unique Charlestown Fabricator Transitions Fast to Making Face Shields]. The effort is now focused on the community with the masks as we now need to wear them when going out. Our Mayor has evoked a requirement for masks and a curfew during the night.
We had a large group sewing masks and another group making face shields for the EMT & Hospital’s as soon as we heard how bad it waswas [http://charlestownbridge.com/2020/04/02/filling-the-gap-unique-charlestown-fabricator-transitions-fast-to-making-face-shields/|Filling the Gap: Unique Charlestown Fabricator Transitions Fast to Making Face Shields]. The effort is now focused on the community with the masks as we now need to wear them when going out. Our Mayor has evoked a requirement for masks and a curfew during the night.
 
Many of the nurses and doctors have themselves have now gotten infected, many are still working as the numbers of inbound patients is already stretching our hospitals ability to handle the traffic. Some hospitals had no PPE after the first few weeks! They where using cotton rags for face masks and ski goggles! It was that bad! Our medical workers are the real heroes, Our local and state government is doing what it can, now the feds … …. …. Where is the PPE and the needed respirators we where shipped all we got was 10,000 N95 masks for all of Boston and 100 old respirators boxes stained with water and mold. They needed to be taken apart and cleaned! So thats it! still waiting ……. While NY was in greater need they too didn’t get what they needed. And their hospital staff is also falling to the side as they too didn’t have the needed PPE to protect them from the start. Thats our fed slow to react and then boosting they have.
 
As you likely heard our governor had to fly in N95 masks from China! After not one, but two sizable orders where confiscated by the feds (I do wonder where it all went).
 
The states are bidding against them selves and then having to pay a middle man here in the states for the privilege! Somebody is getting very rich here! And its not the makers of the products or the shippers, its someone’s cronies! I’m sure someone will investigate this when the crisis is over.
 
I was watching my temp but the dam battery died! And now I have a few symptoms, not sure if its seasonal allergies getting to me or …
 
I was good! I was not going out and the few times I did for food, I kept my distance and wiped my self down and what I could with a mild bleach. If it hits me it’s likely a one way ticket. Answering questions keeps my mind busy.
 
[image|95752]
 
Please stay safe and virus free!

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Edit by: Dan ,

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@oldturkey03 & @mayer
 
Here in the Boston things are very different! Streets are mostly empty from the normal hustle and bustle of city life. All we hear is the wailing call of the ambulances and EMT’s, like the howling wolf’s in the hills. It is very un-nerving not knowing who is being whisked away.
 
Both of you are lucky! You haven’t seen this invisible death dragon yet. You still have time to prepare!
 
@oldturkey03 you need to get as much PPE as you can. If you can’t find the material you’ll need to find people locally who can make it. Look at the community for gloves (and if they have them N95 masks) and anything that can be used like large garbage bags. Don’t forget cleaning products! Cleaning down the surfaces was another hole our hospitals hit. Foggers & sprayers can’t be used around patients.
 
We had a large group sewing masks and another group making face shields for the EMT & Hospital’s as soon as we heard how bad it was. The effort is now focused on the community with the masks as we now need to wear them when going out. Our Mayor has evoked a requirement for masks and a curfew during the night.
 
Many of the nurses and doctors have themselves have now gotten infected, many are still working as the numbers of inbound patients is already stretching our hospitals ability to handle the traffic. Some hospitals had no PPE after the first few weeks! They where using cotton rags for face masks and ski goggles! It was that bad! Our medical workers are the real heroes, Our local and state government is doing what it can, now the feds … …. …. Where is the PPE and the needed respirators we where shipped all we got was 10,000 N95 masks for all of Boston and 100 old respirators boxes stained with water and mold. They needed to be taken apart and cleaned! So thats it! still waiting ……. While NY was in greater need they too didn’t get what they needed. And their hospital staff is also falling to the side as they too didn’t have the needed PPE to protect them from the start. Thats our fed slow to react and then boosting they have.
Many of the nurses and doctors have themselves have now gotten infected, many are still working as the numbers of inbound patients is already stretching our hospitals ability to handle the traffic. Some hospitals had no PPE after the first few weeks! They where using cotton rags for face masks and ski goggles! It was that bad! Our medical workers are the real heroes, Our local and state government is doing what it can, now the feds … …. …. Where is the PPE and the needed respirators we where shipped all we got was 10,000 N95 masks for all of Boston and 100 old respirators boxes stained with water and mold. They needed to be taken apart and cleaned! So thats it! still waiting ……. While NY was in greater need they too didn’t get what they needed. And their hospital staff is also falling to the side as they too didn’t have the needed PPE to protect them from the start. Thats our fed slow to react and then boosting they have.
 
As you likely heard our governor had to fly in N95 masks from China! After not one, but two sizable orders where confiscated by the feds (I do wonder where it all went).
 
The states are bidding against them selves and then having to pay a middle man here in the states for the privilege! Somebody is getting very rich here! And its not the makers of the products or the shippers, its someone’s cronies! I’m sure someone will investigate this when the crisis is over.
 
I was watching my temp but the dam battery died! And now I have a few symptoms, not sure if its seasonal allergies getting to me or …
 
I was good! I was not going out and the few times I did for food, I kept my distance and wiped my self down and what I could with a mild bleach. If it hits me it’s likely a one way ticket. Answering questions keeps my mind busy.
 
[image|95752]
 
Please stay safe and virus free!

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Edit by: Dan ,

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@oldturkey03 & @mayer
 
Here in the Boston things are very different! Streets are mostly empty from the normal hustle and bustle of city life. All we hear is the wailing call of the ambulances and EMT’s, like the howling wolf’s in the hills. It is very un-nerving not knowing who is being whisked away.
 
Both of you are lucky! You haven’t seen this invisible death dragon yet. You still have time to prepare!
Both of you are lucky! You haven’t seen this invisible death dragon yet. You still have time to prepare!
 
@oldturkey03 you need to get as much PPE as you can. If you can’t find the material you’ll need to find people locally who can make it. Look at the community for gloves (and if they have them N95 masks) and anything that can be used like large garbage bags. Don’t forget cleaning products! Cleaning down the surfaces was another hole our hospitals hit. Foggers & sprayers can’t be used around patients.
 
We had a large group sewing masks and another group making face shields for the EMT & Hospital’s as soon as we heard how bad it was. The effort is now focused on the community with the masks as we now need to wear them when going out. Our Mayor has evoked a requirement for masks and a curfew during the night.
 
Many of the nurses and doctors have themselves have gotten infected, many are still working as the numbers of inbound patients is already stretching our hospitals ability to handle the traffic. Some hospitals had no PPE after the first few weeks! They where using cotton rags for face masks and ski goggles! It was that bad!
 
As you likely heard our governor had to fly in N95 masks from China! After not one, but two sizable orders where confiscated by the feds (I do wonder where it all went).
 
The states are bidding against them selves and then having to pay a middle man here in the states for the privilege! Somebody is getting very rich here! And its not the makers of the products or the shippers, its someone’s cronies! I’m sure someone will investigate this when the crisis is over.
 
I was watching my temp but the dam battery died! And now I have a few symptoms, not sure if its seasonal allergies getting to me or …
 
I was good! I was not going out and the few times I did for food, I kept my distance and wiped my self down and what I could with a mild bleach. If it hits me it’s likely a one way ticket. Answering questions keeps my mind busy.
 
[image|95752]
 
Please stay safe and virus free!

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Edit by: Dan ,

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@oldturkey03 & @mayer
 
Here in the Boston things are very different! Streets are mostly empty from the normal hustle and bustle of city life. All we hear is the wailing call of the ambulances and EMT’s, like the howling wolf’s in the hills. It is very un-nerving not knowing who is being whisked away.
 
Both of you are lucky! You haven’t seen this death dragon yet. You still have time to prepare!
 
@oldturkey03 you need to get as much PPE as you can. If you can’t find the material you’ll need to find people locally who can make it. Look at the community for gloves (and if they have them N95 masks) and anything that can be used like large garbage bags. Don’t forget cleaning products! Cleaning down the surfaces was another hole our hospitals hit. Foggers & sprayers can’t be used around patients.
 
We had a large group sewing masks and another group making face shields for the EMT & Hospital’s as soon as we heard how bad it was. The effort is now focused on the community with the masks as we now need to wear them when going out. Our Mayor has evoked a requirement for masks and a curfew during the night.
 
Many of the nurses and doctors have themselves have gotten infected, many are still working as the numbers of inbound patients is already stretching our hospitals ability to handle the traffic. Some hospitals had no PPE after the first few weeks! They where using cotton rags for face masks and ski goggles! It was that bad!
 
As you likely heard our governor had to fly in N95 masks from China! After not one, but two sizable orders where confiscated by the feds (I do wonder where it all went).
 
The states are bidding against them selves and then having to pay a middle man here in the states for the privilege! Somebody is getting very rich here! And its not the makers of the products or the shippers, its someone’s cronies! I’m sure someone will investigate this when the crisis is over.
 
I was watching my temp but the dam battery died! And now I have a few symptoms, not sure if its seasonal allergies getting to me or …
 
I was good! I was not going out and the few times I did for food, I kept my distance and wiped my self down and what I could with a mild bleach. If it hits me it’s likely a one way ticket. Answering questions keeps my mind busy.
 
[image|95752]
 
Please stay safe and virus free!

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Original post by: Dan ,

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@oldturkey03 & @mayer

Here in the Boston things are very different! Streets are mostly empty from the normal hustle and bustle of city life. All we hear is the wailing call of the ambulances and EMT’s, like the howling wolf’s in the hills. It is very un-nerving not knowing who is being whisked away.

Both of you are lucky! You haven’t seen this death dragon yet. You still have time to prepare!

@oldturkey03 you need to get as much PPE as you can. If you can’t find the material you’ll need to find  people locally who can make it.  Look at the community for gloves (and if they have them N95 masks) and anything that can be used like large garbage bags. Don’t forget cleaning products! Cleaning down the surfaces was another hole our hospitals hit. Foggers & sprayers can’t be used around patients.

We had a large group sewing masks and another group making face shields for the EMT & Hospital’s as soon as we heard how bad it was. The effort is now focused on the community with the masks as we now need to wear them when going out. Our Mayor has evoked a requirement for masks and a curfew during the night.

Many of the nurses and doctors have themselves have gotten infected, many are still working as the numbers of inbound patients is already stretching our hospitals ability to handle the traffic. Some hospitals had no PPE after the first few weeks! They where using cotton rags for face masks and ski goggles! It was that bad!

As you likely heard our governor had to fly in N95 masks from China! After not one, but two sizable orders where confiscated by the feds (I do wonder where it all went).

The states are bidding against them selves and then having to pay a middle man here in the states for the privilege! Somebody is getting very rich here! And its not the makers of the products or the shippers, its someone’s cronies! I’m sure someone will investigate this when the crisis is over.

I was watching my temp but the dam battery died! And now I have a few symptoms, not sure if its seasonal allergies getting to me or …

I was good! I was not going out and the few times I did for food, I kept my distance and wiped my self down and what I could with a mild bleach. If it hits me it’s likely a one way ticket.  Answering questions keeps my mind busy.

Please stay safe and virus free!

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