- How to make a mask for doctors, nurses and health care workers for COVID-19. by Deaconess Health. Good idea for donations or yourself. Also ties in nicely with the use of Povidone iodine to make your own masks, and gloves from article below.
- What Are The Best Materials for Making DIY Masks? by Paddy Robertson.
- A set of simple self-help measures you can implement to dramatically improve your chances of avoiding the deadly Wuhan virus…. THIS INFORMATION IS PROVIDED AS A COMMUNITY SERVICE. IT IS NOT TO BE TREATED AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL ADVICE…EDUCATE YOURSELVES, DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH AND TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR OWN PERSONAL ACTIONS AND RISK EVALUATIONS…STAY SAFE! [PART 2 WILL FOLLOW ASAP]. Author-HARALD PHILIPP. A pdf article, with interesting self help ideas. Not sure of the source. I’d be interested in feedback.
- Copper Destroys Viruses and Bacteria. Why Isn’t It Everywhere? by Shayla Love.
- Coronavirus: How to protect your mental health. by Kirstie Brewer
- 8 tips for hosting the perfect virtual hangout. by Carol Kitchener. If you do it right, ‘there is a point in the night when you forget that you’re virtual,’
- How Much Toilet Paper? by London based students.
- Here Are Some Incredible Virtual Tours To Help You Pass The Time. by Michelle Santiago Cortés.
- Young adults under age 44 make up a big part of coronavirus hospitalizations in the US. by Faith Karimi
- Why this Nobel laureate predicts a quicker coronavirus recovery: ‘We’re going to be fine’. by Joe Mozingo.
- Canadian Doctor Rigs Ventilator to Treat Nine Patients Instead of Just One. by Loukia Papadopoulos.
- Freaky-Deaky. by Jim Kunstler.
- We’re not going back to normal. by Gideon Lichfield.
- New World – what to do? by Bill Blain. This chap falls into that category of really smart, from a financially motivated backgraound, good ideas. I can’t agree with what he says all the time, (which would be BAD) however even when I don’t agree he makes me think.
- How to Start Drawing. by Anne Quito. It shouldn’t be intimidating. Put pencil to paper and don’t worry about the final result.
Heres the beginnings of a List of Info Sources:
- Early Outbreak Response Guidelines. by New England Complex Systems Institute (NECSI)
- MIT Technology Review-Coronavirus
- The comprehensive Ars Technica guide to the coronavirus.
No change. Our North American gooberments scramble as they try to contain this shitstorm.
We can just sit and think about it. Some even seething at whats going on. Seething because this was all so unnecessay. We should have been on top of it 6 weeks ago. But we weren’t. So we isolate, waiting for a sign it has abated and we can come out of our little rabbit holes to whatever is left.
Stay Strong, Resilient and virus free.