That's It. I'm boycotting them!
Doggone it! I just paid the mortgage. You mean I could've held out?≡
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March 25, 2020 - 05:21 PM EDT
California governor, big banks agree to 90-day mortgage grace period
BY J. EDWARD MORENO
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) announced Wednesday that major banks have agreed to a 90-day grace period for mortgage payments in the state.
During a Wednesday briefing, Newsom said more than 200 banks, including Wells Fargo, Citibank, JPMorgan Chase and U.S. Bank, agreed to the moratorium for homeowners.
"Families should not lose their homes because of COVID-19. Very pleased that Wells Fargo, Citi, JPMorgan, and US Bank have agreed to a 90 day grace period for mortgage payments for those impacted by #COVID19," he tweeted, calling it a "big sigh of relief for millions of CA families."
Newsom also said 4,305 hotel rooms across the state have been made available for the homeless in California via an emergency grant.
The state is also restricting intake into to the California prison system, focusing on isolating prisoners and not mixing prison populations.
Monday's briefing came less than a week after the governor called for a statewide stay-at-home order to combat the COVID-19 outbreak. Newsom said he wasn't confident the lockdown would end in early April, saying experts will make a more definitive move in the next six to eight weeks.
Newsom also announced California has distributed 24.5 million surgical masks and ordered 100 million more. He said California is "pulling its weight" when it comes to finding and purchasing the medical equipment needed.
The governor's announcement comes as the Senate mulls a $2 trillion stimulus bill.
Yep, I figured it was coming too. Hope you feel better @brg240
I was trying to see when this church sevice was but I couldn't find it. but dang I'm glad most church services that i know of have shut down. Churches generally have a lot of elderly people
Let's not redo the cluster in korea.
Smh knew that was coming. Stay safe and healthy ladies
I went home from work early bc I felt really nauseated. That's not a symptom I saw thankfully. So it may be stress or a stomach bug.
I believe they just did this yesterday. But here is an official article for California residents from Ca.gov if it will help someone.Doggone it! I just paid the mortgage. You mean I could've held out?
My niece appears to be going through the crappy phase of this illness. Woke up yesterday unable to catch her breath due to mucous and incessant coughing. Ended up vomiting. Said she felt bad the night before and took a sleep aid. I asked her NOT to do that. It sounds dangerous to me to take a sleep aid with a condition that effects breathing.
She threw up a few times last night. But she’s up and hanging in there this morning. The NY health department said they cannot see her until next week for testing. Add a week to get results back and it’s safe to say she will be riding this thing out at home. That’s basically what they’re telling her.
Thank you for thinking of me @shelli4018
Thanks! I found a similar product here and ordered it for her.Thank you for thinking of me @shelli4018
I had to plug out because my anxiety was going through the roof and was having panic attacks on top of coughing and breathlessness. A terrible combination. I've been reading totally mindless books and sleeping while taking medication you put in hot water for sore throats. My throat feels less sore and I'm only coughing when I try to talk. I think the medication helps because I ran out today and I can feel the raw pain in my throat starting up again. My neighbour is bringing me more tomorrow. I feel good lying down, but sitting up does leave me feeling breathless.
I'm so sorry to hear how your niece is feeling. Is she in an area to get tested? I was feeling exactly like this a few days ago with vomiting as well. Tell her to just try and rest as much as she can. I take sleeping pills and have been alright. I don't know if that helps ease your mind in any way.
My friend's DH is a nurse and he had a lecture at work (he's a nurse) from a retired infection control nurse who said that this thing hates heat so drink lots of hot fluids which ties in well with taking the powder medication for sore throats.
This is what I'm having and I think it's helping.
The NYC/NJ area hospitals are testing out treatments where they transfer the donated plasma of residents who have recently recovered from C19 (therefore, they have immunity antibodies in the bloodstream) to those very sick with the virus. This could be huge if it’s successful
I don't think we even have these in the DMV.I wandered into one of there stores maybe 10 years ago to look around because I didn't know what it was and haven't been back since so I only get to protest them in my head.
I hate that we are all going through this. All this unnecessary stress. I have to pick up a prescription tomorrow and had to take my husband to drop off and pick up his car today. I take all the precautions (hand washing, disinfecting, etc) but I still worry that I can catch it. Also, my father asked me to order some groceries online but the delivery dates are unavailable. I'm going to make sure that my daddy is taken care of so I'll just have to get the groceries and drop them at his house.
Last week I was comfortable grocery shopping as long as I was one of the first customers in when they opened, but now I want to stay out of stores altogether.There's A LOT of 30 somethings dying from this an even 40 somethings. That's very scary. I'm out here worrying about my 65 year old parents, and I could be next. I'm pretty stocked. But have to re-up on a few things. mostly produce. I'm trying to go the store 1x every week or 2