Thursday, March 05, 2020

CONGRESSMAN CLEAVER ADVOCATES EMERGENCY AID PACKAGE TO FIGHT SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS!!!



An important update with health info and a glimpse at how Kansas City's top ranking elected official is working on fighting the spread of COVID-19 among his constituents via a comprehensive plan pushed first in the House, passed in the Senate now making its way to the President. Checkit:

Coronavirus Update From Congressman Cleaver

As news outlets have indicated, the respiratory disease known as coronavirus (abbreviated “COVID-19”) is spreading around the globe with confirmed cases in more than 60 locations internationally, including the United States. As of this writing, in the United States, the CDC has confirmed over 150 cases, with 11 Americans succumbing to the disease. It’s important to keep in mind this is a quickly evolving situation, and the number of confirmed cases may rise quickly.

In responding to the spread of the coronavirus, Congress will work together to address this public health crisis in a bold, strategic and serious manner.

This week, my colleagues and I took action by passing an emergency aid package that will provide $8.3 billion to combat this disease with the veracity it deserves, while ensuring the American people have access to affordable vaccines and testing. As a member of the Homeland Security Committee, I am receiving frequent updates on the spread of the virus, and will continue to keep you apprised of the situation.

Fortunately, as of this writing, no Missourian has tested positive for the coronavirus. While I am hopeful that remains the case, we must remain vigilant in responding to the situation. I recommend that Missourians take these measures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Kansas City Department of Health listed below to avoid misinformation that is being spread on social media and to protect themselves and their families:

- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.

- Stay home when you are sick.

- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.

- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

- Follow CDC’s recommendations for using a facemask (facemasks are only needed for those who show symptoms of coronavirus).

- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.

Symptoms to watch out for include:



If you are sick, to keep from spreading respiratory illness to others, you should:

- Stay home except to get medical care

- Call ahead before visiting your doctor

- Wear a facemask

- Cover your coughs and sneezes

- Avoid sharing personal household items

- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.

For more information on the coronavirus, please visit here.

If you are planning on travelling, Please visit CDC's Information for Travel guide.

The safety of you and your loved ones is of the utmost importance. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call my office at (816) 842-4545.

Best,

Emanuel Cleaver, II
Member of Congress
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23 comments:

  1. Glad some in KC aren't politicizing this. Wish the President would have taken a leadership role here. It would have benefited his presidency.

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    1. You have politicized it, though.

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  2. ^^OK Boomer.

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  3. Corona car wash?

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  4. Cleaver needs to appear as though he’s doing something besides picking up a paycheck every Friday for voting not present

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    1. But he’s not picking up a paycheck. His check is garnished to pay back the judgment against him and the missus for refusing to pay back their $1.2 million loan on the car wash.

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  5. No one has tested positive for the virus due to the lack of options to test for the virus. Trump wanted to keep the number low so. No test, no virus. Worked the same way with HIV. No test, no virus. No one knows how to manage a pandemic better than Pence. How many thousands of lives were lost due to Pence in Indiana? He refused to move forward with initiatives to manage the HIV / AIDS situation during his tenure as governor.

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  6. Here’s what that jackoff the cleave left out....

    The dirty little secret. “We have the coronavirus. We need to fund this. You know what Nancy Pelosi, the Speaker, did? She withheld the bill last week. You know why? So the DCCC could run ads against seven Republicans.”

    There, fixed it for you cleave, but don’t none of you peons worry about him though, he’s doing his usual nothing in his mansion in Washington till this thing passes by besides, I bet you big money he’d knock old people and children out of the way to get the vaccine so someone as important as him doesn’t get sick or killed by it.

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  7. 7:14 you forgot to mention how magnificently Barry Obamy handled the h1n1 virus didn’t you? Let me refresh your feeble memory. The WHO (World Health Organization) declared a world wide pandemic in April and Barry waited till October after millions of Americans were infected and over a thousand died to declare an emergency. Don’t be such a Nancy sissy boi.

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  8. Normal people don’t care about aids anyway, don’t butt fuck or suck dick and you’ll be fine!

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  9. ^^^ you think a lot about sex with men. Sorry you can't have what you so obsess about so often. Wash your hands!

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  10. if your interested the bill Number in the House is HR6074.
    Check what they are going to do with 8.3 billion dollars.
    Don't get to upset, same old waste of money like usual.

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  11. ^^^Will the money be spent only on syringe ready projects?

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  12. House Republicans would never joke around with a public health crisis. People's lives are on the line.

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  13. I had Corona Virus once after I drank a 12 pack of Corona and ate five Taco Bell beef and bean burrito's. Midway through the fifth burrito, I promptly shit my pants like I was working at Willy Wonka's chocolate factory. And did I wash my hands for 20 seconds afterwards, hell no; I had an empty intestinal tract from the Corona Virus so I went to the Golden Corral Buffet and had me a steak and all the fix'ins.

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  14. When several Chiefs players get the virus and can no longer play, it wont be funny

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  15. - Avoid the car wash business

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  16. Slush fund for political cronies, family, and donors.

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  17. Cleaver didn't do shit.

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    1. Cleaver NEVER does shit. Cleaver IS shit.

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  18. And yet he is a Congressman getting a huge salary and benefits and you are a loser. Weird.

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  19. Tony must be on the Cleve's payroll.....every time he farts there is a full length article on here

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