Some Positive In This

A big problem for a long time has been hospital-borne infections.

Everyone knows about washing their hands, but the inability to do “deep” daily cleaning and kill all the micro bugs has resulted in strains of antibiotic-resistant infections, present in hospitals, infecting patients there for treatment.

Hospitals across the country are in financial decline.

Over the last ten years, more than 113 rural hospitals have closed and, within the next 10 years, between 8 to 10 percent of all American hospitals, especially those in areas that are gentrifying, are expected to close, as well.

They have little money for “extras” and, since very deep level frequent microbial cleaning is very expensive but not legally required, eradicating these types of hospital-borne infections has proved difficult.

Some Positive In This


As a result of patients coming in with COVID19, hospitals are upping their game when it comes to their cleaning regimens and, thanks to the taxpayers, they are getting the money to cover these costs so they won’t end up in bankruptcy.

A Few Thoughts for Keeping Yourself and Your Loved Ones Healthy, Safe and Secure

First, there are two things you can do to help you now so that, if you do get sick, you do not get as sick as you might. The first is to get a flu shot. The second is if you have had pneumonia, bronchitis, and/or are immunocompromised, it is essential that you get a pneumonia shot. With gyms closing, and people staying close to home, keeping fit is also important. There are many online videos that can be accessed. 

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