To the teachers I know - thank you for your service to your students and your communities.
Another COVID-19 meme debunking – “this is what collapsed the world economy”
Anyone who shares the meme above is either grossly misinformed, naive, or a liar. Here's why.
Don’t believe the latest CDC/COVID-19 comorbidity lies (updated)
This meme, taken from Facebook, is false. It's disinformation, as is any similar meme or comment or Tweet that implies the CDC has been dishonestly overstating COVID-19 deaths.
COVID-19 in Colorado – August 23, 2020 update
New cases and positivity percentage are down, as are new hospitalizations. Deaths are holding steady. But hold on to your hats, Colorado, because schools are reopening and the course of COVID-19 is going to get worse from here.
Debunking the false “kids are more 67,000 times more likely to be trafficked than die of COVID” meme – a Facebook response
This meme is so wildly wrong that it shouldn't pass anyone's sniff test, never mind need a detailed numerical debunking like the one that follows.
I look forward to the day when I can delete the bookmarks to Jefferson County Public Health, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, and the Centers for Disease Control.
Masks are underwear for your face
Or maybe underwear is a crotch mask for you anus and urethra.
COVID-19 in Colorado – August 6, 2020 update
New cases may have stabilized, at least temporarily. But new hospitalizations and new deaths continue to rise, just as we're about to reopen the industrial-sized petri dishes known as schools across Colorado.
Criminal negligence for parents of sick kids sent to school and non-maskers?
It sure seems like failing to wear a mask, hosting keg parties, and even sending a student to school who has COVID symptoms could qualify as criminal negligence during a pandemic.
COVID-19 in Colorado – July 30, 2020 update
New cases and positive tests are up. So are new hospitalizations and, unfortunately, new deaths are now clearly up above the previous lows. Plus a detailed look at positivity percentage and deaths by date of death vs. date of illness onset.