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    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    April 06, 2020



    Governor Cuomo always has the stats for how many have left the hospitals to go home, etc. in his daily news briefings. I've paid attention to these briefings because I was born and raised in upstate New York. I don't agree with all his policies or politics, but I feel for my former New Yorkers who are going through such a horrible time. We should all pray for the families that have lost loved ones and for our nation. There probably are some LCMS Lutherans in those statistics.


    Go to Johns Hopkins Covid 19 Map. It shouws new cases, deaths, recoveries, and a world map where cases are congregated. It has been interesting to watch areas with no cases suddenly have 1 and then how fast it escalates. If you click on the map and enlarge, it allows you to focus on a very specific area- such as St. Louis.

    Diane Meyer

    Pam, I'm at the point where I see so much of this on the news that I have no desire to find any more information. It just makes me crazy.


    The only reason I mentioned it is because of your comment about wanting to know how many have recovered. At least the Johns Hopkins report also shows that data, providing some optimism. Still waiting to find out how Germany managed to keep the % of deaths low in comparison to cases. Some thoughts were early testing or more testing. But definitely information that needs to be sorted out.

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