Tag Archives: COVID-19

Choose Your Adventure

  At the beginning of this coronavirus pandemic, people were clueless about the virus so they turned to the government or any “authoritative” sources for guidance. Notorious  example includes taking the horse dewomer hydroxychloroquine suggested by former President Trump to … Continue reading

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In-person Race Now?

  While the weather is getting warmer, more in-person races are happening, Covid-19 pandemic notwithstanding. Are people so raring to go back-to-normal, they are throwing caution to the wind? Case in point, this past Monday, over 25 thousand runners participated … Continue reading

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It’s A Breaking News Day

  Another great duck day here in Washington DC. It was raining the moment I woke up this morning and continued on and off throughout the day. Even now I hear the pitter-patter sound of the raindrops outside. Be that … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 17 Apr 2022

  The 126th Boston Marathon is tomorrow, 9 years since the bombing incident. This will be the first race back to its original Spring schedule. Unfortunately, 63 qualified runners from either Russia or Belarus are banned from participating as a … Continue reading

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Covid-19 Resurgence

  It is Spring Break.  With the thermometer climbing higher in Washington DC area, people are venturing outdoor taking advantage of the nicer weather (myself included). But I was surprised to see many people are maskless while congregating indoor. It … Continue reading

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Big Data & Covid-19

  Here is the question: what can Big Data, besides recommending the next movie to watch or product to buy, do for us in our fight against the Coronavirus? Supposedly, a lot, according to Bernard Marr,  So I went online … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 27 Mar 2022

With the Coronavirus and Ukraine war, lots of negative emotions are occupying our space. Whether it’s the media or mental space, the negative moods are pervasive.  Which can  weigh individuals down and wear people out. How can one maintain a good … Continue reading

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A Look At US Pandemic Effects

  Data released by the US Census Bureau suggested the Coronavirus pandemic has two clear impacts on Americans: 1) mortality rate exceeds birth rate during 2020- 2021 and 2) people moved out from the more dense areas to the less … Continue reading

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Covid-19, US Update #8

  The Coronavirus case is in a lull in the US. All 50 states will have lifted their mask mandate by this Friday (25 March). Mask mandate in public mode of traveling (think bus, train, airplane) is still required until … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 13 Mar 2022

Daylight saving time begins today for most of the US. It is a ritual that is to me more inconvenient than practical.  But in comparison to the folks in Ukraine, I am willingly accepting this inconvenience as a part of … Continue reading

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