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Community Paramedicine for Offensive Operations Against COVID19

We are on the defensive, waiting for our ICUs to be overrun by patients that are being allowed to deteriorate untreated at home until they become acute.

That is a losing strategy.

I propose we take the fight to the enemy before it reaches and overruns our base camps.

We do that with interdiction actions taken in the field...delivery of early onset care in the field utilizing Community Paramedicine.

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Dedicated COVID EMS Units with Decon Team Task Force...HAZMAT Approach.

As the outbreak of COVID19 spreads, EMS is constantly being exposed to transmissible patients. This results in extensive down time for units and crews.

Utilizing telemedicine screening at the medical control or 911 level we pre-screen these people and dispatch appropriate resource.

The unit consists of a TFL and two sub units; EMS and Decon. Enhances provider safety and maximizes turn around.

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Pay the citizens of this country a minimum of $2,000 a month or more until the country re-opens and the jobless get rehired

In order to keep the economy humming along, the Federal government needs to pay people $2000 a month until the country is able to get back to normal which could be as much as 2 years down the road. In the absence of jobs and an economy that is faltering due to Covid 19, this is the bare minimum that the federal government should do along with buying up farmers' crops until the markets come back. Those items could be canned,... more »

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Virus Protection for me

I can comment on my own methods of protecting against the Covid-19 virus. I do not suggest anyone to do the same.

(1) 1oz 10ppm colloidal silver daily

(2) frequently drink 8 oz or more of freshly made ozonated water from a water ozonating machine

(3) electromagnetic pulsing of the lymph nodes

(4) micro current electrification of the blood via the wrist for 2 hours daily over 90 days ( much like electronic muscle stimulation... more »

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psychologist & pharmacist

If a component of the time from development of treatments & vaccines is the need to publish research in refereed journal for peer review & feedback, could the time to production & distribution of treatments be shortened by development of open , shared databases of methods, results, & peer feedback?

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Support International Students AND their EDUCATORS in the US

F1 students must be allowed to continue their studies in the US online and remotely with the safety of in-person classes in question.

"International students in the U.S. contributed nearly $41 billion to the national economy in the 2018-2019 academic year, according to NAFSA: Association of International Educators" https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/07/new-rules-for-international-students-could-cost-us-colleges-billions.html... more »

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Anthony Fauci and stock market

The stock market may not be the key to Trumps re-election but it is a major part of our economic health. I am sure that someone has realised that EVERYTIME Dr. Fauci speaks the stock market drops. he should be removed from the covid task force if for no other reason then he has been wrong more then he has been right and now it seems he is just using his new found fame to get rich

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Exemption for non-immigrant visas to covid related travel ban.

Current holders of valid non-immigrant visas who were outside of the US when the travel ban came into effect, on March 13 2020, are currently not allowed to return to the US. These individuals were considered, by the US government, sufficiently useful to the US economy to have been granted permission to work and live in the US for a short term, time limited period. The travel ban leaves them cut-off from their homes,... more »

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App for Post Covid 19 Entry list

My idea is that DHS can publish a data on website or an mobile app which lists of countries allowed to enter USA and which visas are allowed to enter the USA.This will help any Business or Work travellers plan ahead to avoid confusion at the port of entry.

 

Country Entry allowed for visas Entry not allowed

UK L1/H1/B1/F1 B2/J1 etc

India L1/H1/B1 B2/J1

Brazil L1 H1/J1/B1/B2

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COVID upswing coincides with 9/11

This could simply be a coincidence, but I feel I should report it.

I was looking at the daily number of new cases of COVID nationwide and I notice that it peaked on July 16, dropped to a minimum in mid-September, and since then has been rising dramatically. I did some mathematical analysis and discovered that the date the number of new case began increasing was Sept 12. This set off alarm bells in my head because it's... more »

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Addition of K1 Visa Exception to current Pres. Travel policies

Respectfully request DHS look into having Executive Branch leadership add K1 visas into the allowable exceptions for international travel restrictions that currently exist. It seems ridiculous to ask a fiance in the Schengen zone (or another safe location) to spend 2x weeks alone and isolated in a non-Schengen country just so they can enter the U.S. The current policy of only allowing immediate family members into the... more »

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DHS/FEMA Employee Igloo and portable sleeping PODS for housing and office space use at Disaster Field Operations facilities

DHS/FEMA should research the various plastic igloo Pods currently being utilized by restaurants for outdoor dining, for use as sleeping and working PODS for employees deployed to Disaster Field Operations facilities. Such facilities presently have difficulty keeping workers properly separated/distanced from COVID- 19 exposure. In warehouses and empty retail spaces being leased for use as Disaster Field Operations facilities,... more »

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Point of Entry Screening for Coronavirus

I recently saw 4 American airports and noted that none of them performed any form of Coronavirus screening for arrivals or departures. While all airports had nearly universal mask use, ensuring passengers were relatively safe during travel, this does nothing to stop the seeding of Coronavirus in other communities, especially at events such as family dinner.

Although this can come off as a theoretical concern, it must... more »

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