CORONA Confirmed American Cases of Coronavirus

jward

passin' thru
I don't know how you did that. I've been trying for 3 days to copy stuff on that site, so I can report it here, with no results.

I also want to thank you for finding and sharing this. I check it a couple of times a day to see if anything has popped in MS.
Cary, here's the answer I received from them, if you're still looking there. I hope it helps:

"You can share the link through your address bar. Worked long press (mobile device) or right click you’ll see a few options. On an iPhone you can also use the tab at bottom of screen, swipe up you’ll see more of the same pretty much should be another “share” option
Hope that helps"
 

Bad Hand

Veteran Member
If the Coronavirus is as deadly as they are saying millions would have it and they would be dropping dead in the streets. My personal feeling is that this was made up by China to destroy the world economy and MSM am took it and ran with it to bring down Trump and destroy the US economy with a huge made up recession. Colorado just reported their their first death due to the virus the victim was an 80 year old woman with serious health issues. I bought popcorn and beer so now I am going to set back and watch the show.
 

jward

passin' thru
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly halts home and business evictions during coronavirus threat

By Dion Lefler
March 17, 2020 09:51 PM



Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly answers questions from reporters after announcing that she’d order all public and private K-12 schools in the state to close for the rest of the semester, Tuesday, March 17, 2020, at the Statehouse in Topeka, Kan. John Hanna AP

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Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly has quietly signed a sweeping executive order freezing mortgage foreclosures and rent evictions in Kansas during the global coronavirus pandemic.


“This administration will do whatever it can to assist Kansans in these challenging times, and that includes allowing Kansans to retain their homes and businesses to avoid immediate danger to their health, safety and welfare,” the order reads.



“In order to mitigate the economic effects of the spread of COVID-19, I hereby direct and order all financial institutions operating in Kansas to temporarily suspend the initiation of any mortgage foreclosure efforts or judicial proceedings and any commercial or residential eviction efforts until May 1, 2020,” the order continued.





The document was signed and filed with Secretary of State Scott Schwab on Tuesday, but was not announced by the governor or her office.




No one from the governor’s office could immediately be reached for comment Tuesday evening.


Kelly held a news conference Tuesday, but the focus was on another executive order she issued closing all K-12 schools for the rest of the school year due to the virus threat.


The anti-eviction order did not appear on the governor’s Web site Thursday and its number, Executive Order 20-06, was skipped in a list of orders issued by Kelly.


It was briefly mentioned by title only at Tuesday’s session of the state House of Representatives, during the clerk’s routine reading of the list of communications received from the governor’s office.


The order came the same day that Alexander Vulgamore, a kitchen worker at The Wave venue in Wichita, came before the City Council with a request for a city freeze on evictions, because of the large number of service industry workers idled by the stay-at-home orders to fight the spread of the virus..




Vulgamore said many restaurant and bar workers, especially those who receive part of their pay from tips, have either lost their jobs or a significant part of their income and will find it difficult to impossible to make their rent this month.


City staff discovered the existence of the governor’s order while researching whether the council could grant Vulgamore’s request.


“Moving forward after he spoke, we found out that the governor put a stop to all evictions, so no one will be evicted during this time,” said Mayor Brandon Whipple.


Whipple said he was pleased that the governor took action before the city had to and later thanked her in a social media post.


Contributing: Jonathan Shorman of The Eagle


Read more here: https://www.kansas.com/news/politics-government/article241290866.html#storylink=cpy
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ohiohippie

Senior Member
If the Coronavirus is as deadly as they are saying millions would have it and they would be dropping dead in the streets. My personal feeling is that this was made up by China to destroy the world economy and MSM am took it and ran with it to bring down Trump and destroy the US economy with a huge made up recession. Colorado just reported their their first death due to the virus the victim was an 80 year old woman with serious health issues. I bought popcorn and beer so now I am going to set back and watch the show.
I hope I’m not part of the show! Lol
 
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