So very tired
I’m tired, folks. So very tired. Our first week back in print coincided with widespread protests throughout the Triad, beauty and destruction in downtown Greensboro, peaceful agitation in Winston-Salem and marching in High Point. Too tired to link all this, but check the rest of the site for stories and video.
There’s also this pandemic, which continues apace.
- Gov. Cooper called out Ace Speedway in Alamance in a letter reminding them that their capacity this weekend is 25, and not 2,550.
- About 200 bar owners in NC are suing Cooper in a bid to reopen.
- Another worst day yet in NC: 1,239 new diagnoses of COVID-19, coming off 13,845 tests. That’s 8.95 percent.
- We are using 80 percent of our in-patient hospital beds, 84 percent of our ICU beds and 28 percent of our ventilators.
- Guilford has 76 new cases, 1,574, with 810 recoveries and 75 deaths.
- Forsyth has 85 new cases, 1,705, with 95 recoveries and 17 deaths. IDKAT.
What the hell. “MacGyver” Season 4, Episode 13.
- From the Metropolitan Museum of Art‘s public-domain collection, tonight we’ve got “Book of the Dead for the Singer of Amun,” by the Egyptian princess Nany, from around 1050 BC.
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