Sunday, March 22, 2020


New Jersey becomes the FIFTH state to order a complete lockdown for millions of residents to slow the coronavirus spread after state's top health official gave chilling warning: 'I will definitely be infected. We all will'

Daily Mail
March 21, 2020

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed an executive order on Saturday mandating that all non-essential retail businesses close their stores and almost all state residents stay home to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

The order affects some 9 million residents in the state and exempts those who work in essential services such as healthcare and the food industry, the governor said at a news conference. The order banned all gatherings including weddings and parties, Murphy said.

It comes as New Jersey's top public health official Judith Persichilli issues a stark warning that she believes 'we all' are going to eventually be infected by coronavirus.

Fears of civil unrest in Californian city of Corona where the coronavirus panic buying is for GUNS instead of toilet rolls

Daily Mail
March 21, 2020

Gun racks have been stripped as bare as the supermarket aisles in Britain. And in the queue in Corona outside Turner's gun store last week were many people who have never considered owning a firearm before.

Men such as Sean Rodriguez, 48, a sales manager, who felt compelled to arm himself after his eldest daughter called him in tears when robbers, posing as utility workers, entered her home and raided her fridge at gunpoint, seizing difficult-to-obtain groceries.

'When it hits you at home, you can change your mind very quickly,' he says.

Mr Rodriguez is disappointed in President Trump, for whom he voted. 'I think the response is too late. This coronavirus is worse than terrorism. We need to be proactive, not reactive. The States should lead the way, not follow.'

In California, where it is predicted 56 per cent of the population will be infected with the virus, Governor Gavin Newsom has ordered the state's 40 million residents to stay at home except for essential trips.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Corona neighbors Riverside. Back in the 50s and 60s it was a nice little town then and it had a good police department. I made a few dope busts there.


bob walsh said...

Going to the gun store or the range is, IMHO, essential.

Trey Rusk said...

A Houston area gun store sold over 500 guns and ran out of ammo today. My brother-in-law works there. Instant check. No waiting.