Status Updates posted by Storm Trooper
11:13 PM Sat. 10 Jul.
T minus 5 minutes until the last kettle of drinking water boils ...
After approximately a year dancing with Covid 19, we now know its moves.
Let's use the information to bring down our case numbers.
Where are we most likely to catch COVID-19?
https://www.popsci.com/story/health/where-people-catch-covid-19-transmission-risk/?utm_campaign=trueAnthem%3A Trending Content&utm_medium=trueAnthem&utm_source=facebook&fbclid=IwAR2D0Jnwep7Ndt1WJwmBHIcCtG8hvNgWdbQuF2Yt0PQWoipsPdnHN1odtyI
Covid 19 doesn’t rest nor should the people behind securing the vaccines for the country.
Would the “powers that be” consider working 24 / 7 at least until we’ve secured the vaccines?
From how I understand it, the Covd 19 Vaccination Program Act and paper work relating to emergency use authorization are among the things holding up vaccine shipment. Let’s work on these and other related matters 24 / 7.
Billions have been allocated for the Bayanihan to Recover as One Act 2. Maybe some of the said funds could be allocated for this endeavor.
2:32 PM Sat. 13 Feb.
Beef price list has been fixed. Chicken & pork price lists remain.
Chicken prices would be ridiculously high due to availability issues. < sigh >
I wish the government would make food self - sufficiency a national policy.
Nothing against importers.
12:03 AM Sat. 06 Feb.
Working while Bloomberg on cable TV keeps me company.
Hopefully my meat shop would reverse it's loss last month.
I guess it depends on who you get in touch with regarding the causes of the price spike.
From communicating with multiple suppliers, it's a supply issue; thus the prices have gone up.
African Swine Fever (ASF) decimated the pork population in Luzon. With ASF not being under control, hog raisers are hesitant to repopulate. Prices shot up. People then shifted to chicken as a source of protein. That strained supplies; thus, prices shot up as well.
We live in ... interesting ... times.