July 4th 2020

Day 107 – 20 th day of de-confinement phase III


As promised, this is my first weekly post and I have to admit it is not so easy to get going.

To me, the frightening thing is that in the space of one week time, the number of cases world wide has increased by more than 1.2 Million which represents +13% since last Saturday.

The USA appears to be breaking on a daily basis the number of new cases.


Pic of the day

The daily dash board


Today’s data

Compared to a week ago

New – Data from WHO



Data from July 3rd

Information, news and tips

► The best news has been the ability to enjoy our local (empty) beaches this week. This might not be the case as from this weekend as the holiday season officially started.

►The road conditions as I write show the usual problem areas in the south of France after Lyon.

Food and drinks

I am still in an Indian food mood


The daily selection


No pictures of Trump today (on second thoughts, maybe just the one)

He does not deserve any recognition on July 4th and I am simply sick to death of him. His unfounded boasting and lying every time he opens his mouth is a disgrace to the USA. His ignorance is painful.

The worse and most frightening thing is that he has millions of supporters and that shows how America has declined as well as the terrible education level of the average American.

It is not a question of politics. Democrat or Republican no longer matters.

Although I never liked the man and was somewhat shocked by his election, I was hoping that a so-called business man at the helm would try and solve one of the biggest American problem and namely the economy which only functions by pumping in trillions of borrowed dollars.

I did not realise that on top of everything else, the man was an incompetent crook. Today is July 4th, quite a celebration day in the US. I wonder what blunders we are going to be exposed to by this moron.

Time is running out for the US. The bubble will eventually burst.

What’s wrong with America

The dreaded statistics

Top countries according to the number of deaths (above 5.000)

Cases by country v population (1.000 deaths upwards) – Updated 17:45

France follow-up

Occitanie & Aude follow-up

Data from July 3rd
Data from July 3rd


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