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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #120 on: 19 April 2020 at 12:48 »
Amidst the lies and deceit coming from the chinks, the enemies in the Illinois government still choose to trust the sneaky rice niggers. If our greedy politicians hadn't ran all the factories out of our state through outrageous taxing, NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) which allowed the Spanish speaking muds of Mexico to get a large majority of Illinois' factories, and the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) that basically finished any remaining factory production in Illinois; maybe we would still have the factories and workers to produce the products we need without relying on untrustworthy mud races.

https://nypost.com/2020/04/18/illinois-blows-17m-on-shoddy-face-masks-from-china/

Illinois blows $17M on shoddy face masks from China

By Paula Froelich
April 18, 2020 | 4:36pm


Employee of a pharmacy shows KN95 protective face masks, during the coronavirus outbreak, in Ronda, Spain.Reuters

Illinois, in its desperate search for masks to protect its medical workers and first responders, laid out $17 million for KN95 masks from China.

The state did so after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said earlier this month these types of masks were an acceptable alternative to the United States approved N95 masks.

They were wrong.

On Thursday, similar masks were recalled by multiple states — including Missouri, whose Department of Health and Senior Services director Sandy Kartsen said the masks did not meet their standards.

The Illinois Department of Public Health sent out an alert saying that the KN95 masks might not meet performance standards and advised agencies to remove them, according to local WGNTV.
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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #121 on: 24 April 2020 at 13:04 »
The J.O.G. of Illinois has placed us on another month of what they call a modified stay at home order. Which basically allows us access to places that should have never shut down, like parks or curb side pick up at retailers; while making other aspects of life harder on us.

https://www.nbcchicago.com/news/coronavirus/pritzker-expected-to-extend-illinois-stay-at-home-order-thursday-sources/2260588/

Illinois’ Stay-at-Home Order Modified, Extended Through May, Pritzker Announces

The statewide stay-at-home order was previously in effect through April 30

By Mary Ann Ahern • Published 4 hours ago •Updated 10 mins ago

Illinois' stay-at-home order will now be in effect through May, Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced Thursday.

With just one week left until the current April 30 deadline, Pritzker said he plans to extend the deadline until May 30, though some changes will be put in place.

“I know how badly we all want our normal lives back. But this is the part where we have to dig in and understand that the sacrifices we’ve made as a state to avoid a worst-case scenario are working — and we need to keep going a little while longer to finish the job," Pritzker said.

The order includes modified restrictions beginning May 1.

Among those is a new requirement that residents cover their faces in public spaces where social distancing is difficult. The mandate begins May 1 and applies to anyone over the age of 2 who is "able to medically tolerate a face-covering or a mask."

Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker now recommends residents wear masks if they must go outside during the stay-at-home order. Here is an easy no-sew face mask with items you probably already have at home.

Pritzker said the order will be enforced on a local level.

"They should be reminded if they're not wearing a mask," he said.

Pritzker also lifted some restrictions on the order, opening up state parks, new essential businesses and changing restrictions for non-essential retail beginning in May.

Pritzker had been hinting at a possible extension for days, but with no definitive answer, residents were left wondering.

"We're looking at an extension, but I don't know - I can't tell you right now how long that extension should run," Pritzker said during his daily coronavirus press briefing.

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Tuesday suggested the order could be extended well into May and possibly even June. She said Thursday that she thinks Pritzker's announcement is "appropriate."

"We don't know how long it will take not only to flatten but to decrease," Lightfoot said.

Pritzker noted previously that the order, going forward, may also include some changes.

“We will be making some changes to the stay-at-home order,” Pritzker said. “It is true that (the order) is working.”

The statewide stay-at-home order first took effect on March 21. It was later extended through April 30 and now through May.

Already, some Chicago suburbs have canceled Memorial Day and even Fourth of July celebrations. Meanwhile major summer festivals like Chicago Pride Fest and those celebrating blues and gospel music in the city are also postponed or canceled.

New modeling released this week indicates that Illinois may not hit its peak level of coronavirus spread until mid-May, crediting social distancing and the stay-at-home order for the delay.

"If we had seen that very rapid increase like we were seeing in early and mid-March, we would have peaked by now," Chicago Department of Public Health Commissioner Allison Arwady said Thursday. "We also would have completely overwhelmed our healthcare system."

"I know it's hard when people -- I want to move on, we all want to move on, but we want to move on in a way that we are confident that as we slowly reopen things ... we have to pair that with making sure we don't see a big second surge of cases," she added. "It is the right thing to be thinking about this carefully in a data-driven way."

Pritzker has said the state could consider a region-by-region change to restrictions in place due to COVID-19, but it remains unclear when that may take place.

“I absolutely think that we need to look at where (healthcare) capacity exists,” Pritzker said during Monday’s availability. “If the hospital capacity in a certain area is quite large and very available, even with coronavirus in existence, then that might be a place where you can do more than some other place. The idea of people going outside and wearing a mask on a property of theirs that might be 100 acres in size is much different than the prospect of somebody on the North or West Side of Chicago going outside and walking on a sidewalk with hundreds of other people.”

With some states like Georgia reopening businesses beginning this weekend, Pritzker warned that doing so would have dire consequences in a state where the peak rate of coronavirus cases has yet to be reached.

“It seems to me to remove it as some other governors may want to do is to simply open everything back up to infection,” Pritzker said. “We’ve heard Dr. Ngozi Ezike saying the last couple of days that the number of people being infected by a single person who is COVID-19 positive has gone down significantly since we’ve put the stay-at-home order in place. That will go right back up again if you remove all the restrictions.” 

The governor also said that he will continue to proceed with patience and care, and will continue to consult with doctors.

“We are planning on what we will do going forward if the peak comes in mid-May,” Pritzker said. “We need to have 14 days after that, according to many experts, where the cases are going down (before we can reopen the state).”
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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #122 on: 25 April 2020 at 06:54 »
{Chinese owned} Smithfield Foods closes ANOTHER meat packing plant in Illinois as coronavirus outbreaks threaten to plunge food supply chain into crisis

* It comes as a 'small portion' of its 1,700 employees test positive for COVID-19
* The factory processes 3 percent of America's fresh pork supply
* Smithfield now has four plants out of commission due to coronavirus
* The largest, in South Dakota, processed 5 percent of the country's pork

Kieth Griffon | Daily Mail (UK) | 25 April 2020

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8255013/Smithfield-Foods-closes-meat-packing-plant-Illinois.html

Excerpt: Smithfield said in a statement on Friday that it will indefinitely close its plant in Monmouth, Illinois after 'a small portion' of the 1,700 employees there tested positive for COVID-19.

It follows closures of Smithfield plants in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where 5 percent of American pork is processed, as well as in Wisconsin and Missouri, and closures of multiple Tyson Foods plants and dozens of others across the country.


List of US meat packing plants shuttered due to coronavirus

Smithfield Foods
Sioux Falls, South Dakota: Closed indefinitely on April 15 after outbreak infected 800 workers
Cudahy, Wisconsin: Closed for two weeks on April 17
Martin City, Missouri: Closed indefinitely on April 17
Monmouth, Illinois: Closed indefinitely on April 24

Tyson Foods
Columbus Junction, Iowa: Closed for two weeks on April 6
Logansport, Indiana: Closed temporarily on April 22
Waterloo, Iowa: Closed indefinitely on April 22
Pasco, Washington: Closed temporarily on April 23

Hormel Foods
Rochelle, Illinois: Closed for two weeks on April 20
Alma, Kansas: Closed for two weeks on April 20

JBS USA
Souderton, Pennsylvania: Closed from April 10-April 20
Greeley, Colorado: Closed from April 13-April 24
Worthington, Minnesota: Closed indefinitely on April 20

Cargill
Hazleton, Pennsylvania: Closed indefinitely on April 7

National Beef Packing
Tama, Iowa: Closed April 6-April 20
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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #123 on: 01 May 2020 at 11:07 »
https://chicago.suntimes.com/coronavirus/2020/4/30/21242693/coroanvirus-patients-covid-19-latino-african-american-race-illinois

Illinois Latinos surpass African Americans in coronavirus cases

The Illinois Department of Public Health reported 11,848 cases among Latinos on Thursday and 11,353 among African Americans.

By Carlos Ballesteros
@ballesteros_312  
Updated Apr 30, 2020, 2:56pm CDT

The state’s Latino community could soon have the largest number of coronavirus patients among all races and ethnic groups. Ashlee Rezin Garcia/Sun-Times file

The Latino community in Illinois has surpassed African Americans in confirmed cases of the coronavirus and could have the greatest number of patients among all races and ethnic groups within days.

As of Thursday, the Illinois Department of Public Health reported 12,276 cases where the patient is white, 11,848 among Latinos, and 11,353 in the black community.

Last week, on April 22, there were about 7,800 patients who were white, 5,800 who identified as Latino and 8,100 who were African American.

“The trend that we’re seeing is that cases among the Latino community are doubling at a faster rate than everyone else, but the response has been limited in terms of focusing on those emerging hotspots,” said Aida Giachello, a medical sociologist at Northwestern University and member of the Illinois Latino Covid-19 Initiative, a community outreach group.

“We want sufficient attention and resources to tackle the virus in our community. We need better messaging on what to do if you contract the virus and how to protect others, especially in Spanish.”

Of the coronavirus cases where a patient’s race and ethnicity was reported, 31% are white, 29% are black and 30% are Latino, according to the state health department. About a quarter of the state’s 50,000 cases do not list the patient’s race or ethnicity.

By way of comparison, whites account for 60% of the state’s population, Latinos make up 17%, and African Americans account for 14%.

Arise Chicago labor organizer Jorge Mujica said another reason behind the rising cases among Latinos is they are at high risk of contracting the virus at their workplaces.

“It’s obvious that the source of the spread of the virus has shifted from people traveling to people working, and we know Latinos and African Americans are more likely to work outside their homes,” he said.

Mujica said Latino workers across the state have complained to him about employers not providing proper equipment and work conditions that don’t allow for social distancing.

“Labor laws are violated everyday, this is nothing new, and so we’re seeing the same thing when it comes to the new coronavirus rules and guidelines,” he said.
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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #124 on: 03 May 2020 at 22:57 »
https://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/495800-auschwitz-museum-condemns-nazi-slogan-at-re-open-illinois

Auschwitz Museum condemns Nazi slogan at 'Re-open Illinois' protest

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The Auschwitz Museum and Memorial condemned a protester who brought a sign featuring the Nazi slogan “Arbeit macht frei” to a rally against Illinois’s stay-at-home orders.

The museum's official Twitter account responded to a photograph from the “Re-open Illinois” protest, which showed a woman wearing an American flag face mask while carrying a sign reading “Arbeit macht frei, JB.”

The initials appear to be directed to Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker (D), who is Jewish.

"'Arbeit macht frei' was a false, cynical illusion the SS gave to prisoners of #Auschwitz. Those words became one of the icons of human hatred. It's painful to see this symbol instrumentalized & used again to spread hate. It's a symptom of moral & intellectual degeneration," the tweet reads.


The German phrase meaning “work sets you free” was the slogan displayed at a number of Nazi concentration camps, including Auschwitz and Dachau. 

The photograph was taken by a registered nurse named Dennis Kosuth, who posted it on Twitter, where it quickly went viral.

In a phone call with The Hill on Saturday, Kosuth said he attended the Chicago rally with other nurses to act as peaceful counterprotesters.

He said he originally did not plan on engaging with any of the participants but could not help but ask the woman if she knew the origins of her sign.

“I asked, ‘Do you know what that stands for? Are you a Nazi?’” Kosuth recalled.

He said the woman responded that she wasn’t a Nazi and had friends who were Jewish.

“I couldn’t deal with her. I was so disturbed by it,” he said, adding that he snapped the photo when the other nurses he was with began confronting her.

Mary Bowman, a nurse practitioner who was also at the protest, confirmed the authenticity of the picture to The Hill, saying she was the one arguing with the sign-holder.

"We weren't really wanting to engage with the protesters but then I saw a literal Nazi and it was too hard not to respond to that," Bowman said. 

Bowman added that there was a "strange cross-section" of people attending the protest, including many wearing gear and holding signs supporting President.

Several nurses brought signs of their own, including one banner that read: "Nurses are dying, go home."  

Kosuth said he went to the protest dressed in scrubs while carrying a sign reading “Hazard pay for all” to offer “a different narrative” for those protesting against coronavirus containment measures.

He noted that while he has access to personal protective equipment, others — including restaurant or grocery store workers, delivery people, and Amazon warehouse employees — do not.

The veteran nurse of 13 years also said that disparities that have always existed in the U.S. health care system — such as a lack of sick pay or available child care — are still prevalent during the pandemic.

“Going back to the way things were is a terrible idea,” Kosuth told The Hill. “Normal was wrong, and I already had a lot of problems with it.”

Social media users also condemned the use of the Nazi phrase, causing “#Auschwitz” to trend on social media late Friday night.

Hundreds of people, many of whom were not practicing social distancing, gathered in Chicago on Friday to protest Pritzker’s extended stay-at-home order that went into effect that day. 

Friday was also the day Illinois reported the largest one-day spike in coronavirus cases, with an additional 3,137 cases being confirmed within 24 hours. The state has reported 56,055 total cases and 2,457 deaths. 

The Hill has reached out to Pritzker’s office for comment.

There were reportedly other signs featuring Nazi imagery at the protest.

Anne Caprara, Pritzker’s chief of staff, retweeted an image of a protester appearing to hold a sign that read “Heil, Pritzker” with a swastika.

“Don’t want to hear about ‘liberty’ when these signs along with the ones portraying Illinois’ Jewish Gov, whose family came to Chicago fleeing pogroms, as Hitler seem to be a staple at today’s protests,” Caprara wrote on Twitter. “You can protest a policy you don’t like without being ragingly bigoted.”
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