For some reason, on the Johns Hopkins CoVID-19 dashboard, Canada, as a country, has disappeared. (If you switch to the province/state/dependency mode, the individual provinces with infections still show up.)
This is disturbing, for someone who lives there ...
World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has, in Florida, been deemed an essential service.
I truly do not know how to comment on that ...
So, I was reminded, by a recent CoVID press briefing, of this song from "Into the Woods."
But I could only find the Disney movie version, which I really don't like as a whole. But it did spur me to find that YouTube does have my preferred version of the whole play, which is well worth the watch, if you've got nothing better to do with your time these days:
It's two and a half hours, but well worth it. (In my completely subjective opinion.)
There are many sources of data about the virus crisis. I'm trying to put together some of the best links:
The "original" Johns Hopkins dashboard. It gets varied occasionally.
You can also get through to it via:
Financial Times has some interesting growth charts, although do read the legends carefully:
NPR has regularly updated data in maps and charts. You can specify states of interest:
A rather honest posting from the mayor of a neighbouring municipality ...
Don't click on this one:
The number of phishing, SMSing, and E-mail attacks are escalating, obviously the underground are looking for victims.