The story has a familiar ring. Add to it that google is tracking every one everywhere and we would have to say the nightmare that we feared is well on its way. The fact that there is no hiding the intentions and that these people believe that they can say exactly their intentions tells us all we need to know. Good luck America.
(CNSNews.com) – Before people return to work, they should be tested daily and wear a badge to show they’ve been tested, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis CEO James Bullard suggested on Sunday.
During an interview with CBS’ “Face the Nation,” host Margaret Brennan asked whether Bullard thinks the global economy will look the same on the other side of the pandemic and whether those jobs will actually exist for people to go back to.
“You know I have good news for you, Margaret, because we have a– there is a solution using available technology today to fix the economic part of this problem. The solution is universal testing. What you want is every single person to get tested every day, and then they would wear a badge like they would after they voted or something like that to show that they’ve been tested,” Bullard said.
“This would immediately sort out who’s been infected and who hasn’t been infected. That would help the health care sector, but it would also help the economy, because we could interact with each other with a lot of confidence,” he said.
What possibly could go wrong with this?
The company said it plans to publish a series of “Community Mobility Reports” to show the types of places people are visiting across 131 countries and regions. The first report was published on Friday.
Google said in a blog post it hopes tracking movement trends over time and by geography could help shape and inform governments’ and public health officials’ response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The reports, which contain data from two to three days earlier, intend to spot trends in how people are behaving and responding to social distancing. Broken down by country and then by region, the reports will show if people are headed to retail and grocery stores, pharmacies, parks, workplaces and more. It’ll also show how busy these places were before the pandemic.
Other than that, all is well in the swamp.