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    September 12

    September 12-screen-shot-2020-09-12-3-41-27-pm-jpg43 in hospital. Hospital Covid capacity is 60.


    September 12-screen-shot-2020-09-12-3-48-31-pm-jpg and 96 new "local cases". No new tourist cases.
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    At this point they need to prepare more hospital beds at some center or facility like they did earlier in the year in NY. Perhaps the Dutch Army could help with that. The ABC islands should work together to bring the virus under control. Not sure how they are doing in Bonaire, Curacao which are larger islands.




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    Here is what I just found after a real quick search Re Curaçao
    We r up at WDW and when I get home to the puter I will look further.

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    Looks like they peeked in Curacao and going down. I know when the second wave started in Aruba they announced they were closing their boarders to Aruba and I was like WOW shouldn't they be working together.




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