Chiraq moves Wuhan virus goal post from “flatten the curve” to a measurement of seven factors

Mayor Lightfoot (r) poses with her stylist after SHE was ALLOWED a hair cut, while violating her own social distancing rules

Washington state announced a four-phase plan to safely re-open their state which the Gov. Inslee dubbed, “Safe Start.”

Of course the “Safe Start” plan to re-open is much more complicated than the quick decision to shutdown the state and order residents to stay home. Yet Chiraq has got Washington State beat in their approach to re-open…

Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the Chicago Department of Public Health announced a new five-phase plan to re-open their city. From the press release:

“The framework – organized into five phases in alignment with the State of Illinois’ “Restore Illinois” plan – will advise Chicagoans on how to safely exit from shelter-in-place while continuing to prioritize the health of our most vulnerable residents.”

Guess what the name of this five-phase plan is? I hope you’re not drinking a beverage when you read this: “Protecting Chicago.”

The five phases include:

PHASE ONE: STRICT STAY-AT-HOME
PHASE TWO: STAY-AT-HOME
PHASE THREE: CAUTIOUSLY REOPEN
PHASE FOUR: GRADUALLY RESUME
PHASE FIVE: PROTECT

The original goal of “flatten the curve” has now morphed into the following seven requirements to transition from Phase 2 to Phase 3:

COVID-19 Case Rate (over 14 days, as a rolling average):Declining rate of new cases, based on incidence and/or percent positivity
Severe Outcome Rate (over 14 days, as a rolling average): Stable or declining rates of cases resulting in hospitalization, ICU admission, and/or death
Hospital Capacity Citywide (over 14 days, as a rolling average): Hospital beds: <1800 COVID patients, ICU beds: <600 COVID patients, Ventilators: <450 COVID patients •Testing Capacity: Test at least 5% of Chicago residents per month
Testing Percent Positivity Rates (over 14 days, as a rolling average):Congregate: <30% positive tests; Community: <15% positive tests •Syndromic Surveillance (over 14 days, as a rolling average): Declining emergency department visits for influenza-like illness and/or COVID-like illness
Case Investigation & Contact Tracing:Expanded system in place for congregate and community investigations and contact tracing

Read the whole press release and five-phase plan here.

Meanwhile, while the good mayor is oh-so-concerned with protecting Chiraq, the criminals keep up their business:

Chiraq’s criminals violate stay at home order: 21 shot, 7 killed last Tuesday in most violent day of 2020
Wuhan virus ain’t stopping Chiraq shootings: 22 wounded, 1 killed this past weekend

And this is happening: “Chicago hides names of released prisoners from police

Way to “protect” Chicago.

DCG

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Kevin J Lankford
Kevin J Lankford
2 months ago

Got my own safety plan,..and it don’t include no hoax pandemic

The real threat is, there may well be some thing truly sinister and deadly forth coming. There is true evil at work, with in.

Vin ze Vizzer
Vin ze Vizzer
2 months ago

Why are you citing crime stats from April?

Vin ze Vizzer
Vin ze Vizzer
2 months ago
Reply to  DCG

Thanks for that. It looks like Garfield Park is in a race for first with Austin. Austin has won 1st the last four years in a row but it looks like Garfield Park doesn’t want to get upstaged again.

truckjunkie
truckjunkie
2 months ago

Why is it that I believe Chicago is the shining perfect example of how NOT to run a City? Most of the bigger Cities of California are much the same in their common “wrong-ness”,but Chicago hits EVERY “Don’t EVER Do This” bemchmark right on the button. HEY-weren’t they “organized” by some chump by the name of -what was his name? Obama-Brack Obama,that’s it…..

Vin ze Vizzer
Vin ze Vizzer
2 months ago
Reply to  truckjunkie

Chicago’s greatest asset is itself. Regardless of how dysfunctional people perceive its government to be, people will still want to move there. It is a beautiful city, with an amazing skyline located on a beautiful lake.

CalGirl
CalGirl
2 months ago
Reply to  Vin ze Vizzer

Do you live there Vin? I have ONE good and many many bad experiences of going thru Chicago in my many travels. Which do you want to hear?

Catherine Bedford
Catherine Bedford
2 months ago

Yes I love the stage 5 – “continue to maintain safety until covid is contained”. WTH.
It is already “contained”, and that term is subjective. What is “containment” exactly?
This is the perfect storm for the tyrants to continue this bs for every flu season or at their freakin insane whims.
Lockdown until “fill in the blank” is ‘contained’.
I don’t have the flu but this horse manure is making me sick to my stomach.

Joseph Magil
Joseph Magil
2 months ago

Remember to sign up for that rushed-into-production vaccine!

CalGirl
CalGirl
2 months ago
Reply to  Joseph Magil

You got it! I’m going to let others go first…just like Georgia and Florida, and others, opening up before CA….for that matter, let’s see how Italy and England, et al, do first. For SURE, we can’t count on China, or even the concentrated area of Wuhan to give us an accurate accounting of what it is like to “open up.”

chemtrailssuck
2 months ago

Looks like male patterned baldness for her.

CalGirl
CalGirl
2 months ago
Reply to  chemtrailssuck

HA! Thanks for the unexpected levity!

chemtrailssuck
2 months ago
Reply to  CalGirl

Any time! 🙂

TrailDust
Admin
2 months ago

If it is true that we get the government we deserve, then Chicago deserves HELL.

MarkyMark
MarkyMark
2 months ago

WTF? Who comes up with this CONVOLUTED BS?!