In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that the President is entitled to absolute immunity from liability for civil damages based on his official acts. The court emphasized that the President is not immune from criminal charges stemming from his official (or unofficial) acts while in office.
It was the Singapore gov that said it will die in the heat on outside surfaces so if thats a conspiracy theory then you should email the gov and tell them that in your opinion they are wrong.
Singapore not spraying outside like other countries
This what you said.
Nothing about “on outside surfaces”
I have no argument about viruses and bacteria being “cooked” and killed on outdoor surfaces being exposed to direct tropical sunlight.
Having lived and worked in the tropics most of my life, I’m VERY familiar with how hot outdoor surfaces can become.
Neither do Norway, but for a different reason. (They don’t think it helps to do so)
PS> You see a lot of “outdoor spraying” these days, but that is to wash away the sand, salt and grim from the winter and happens every year.
News from Washington state:
The governor was one of the earliest to enact COVID19 restrictions, and is one of the most adamant that state policies will be based on medical science. With that in mind:
Last Friday he announced Boeing, one of the state’s biggest employers, is reopening. The Boeing workforce did have a COVID19 death some weeks ago, but the workers have decided the company’s plan for a safe reopening are OK.
Residential construction is restarting. Lately, only those construction sites that would see significant damage if building didn’t proceed were allowed to keep working. Now, all residential construction can proceed, as long as COVID19 rules developed by the building trade organizations are being followed, and the builders provide PPE to their workers.
Sport fishing will reopen in the latter part of May. Boat ramps will open in May. There are COVID19 rules here, too. The issue according the governor, wasn’t so much the people in the boat, but all the commerce associated with the boating: buying gas, motels, even the health of the wardens who interact with the public.
A study of European covid-19 patients found between 85.6 percent and 88 percent of patients “reported olfactory and gustatory dysfunctions, respectively.” In an Iranian study, 76 percent of covid-19 patients who reported a loss of smell said it had a sudden onset. In many of the cases, anosmia, as it’s called, appeared before other symptoms.…
What a charade for a non-functional hospital ship that was even met by Trump at the waterfront to applaud it. A public failure. The Navy doesn’t seem to care much for the civilians who have to pay for their salaries and other expenses.
It was hot this weekend in California. And so people sought cooling on the beach en masse. Although the beaches in Los Angeles and San Diego are closed, they were open in Ventura and Orange Counties. And there it was busy, very busy. Enjoy!
President Trump said he takes no responsibility for a spike in people using disinfectants improperly after dangerously suggesting last week that ingesting it could serve as a coronavirus treatment. Asked about the increase, he said, “I can’t imagine why.”