Sherlock and Anagrams

The news is full of articles and posts about the corona virus. Before getting in panic mode, stop by the CDC “Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)” web page and get informed.

My wife and I follow and watch several YouTube channels. We are mostly interested in foods to prepare and consume and places to visit on our next holiday. Yesterday we watched a new episode on one channel that deals with food and travel in Sicily, Italy. The channel is hosted by a couple of Americans that have roots in Europe and Italy.

They had some interesting facts about how to make a disinfectant using alcohol, aloe vera and some scents. I was not going to mention the specific video, but as I am going over this post, I feel that it is missing. The video is named “SPECIAL EDITION: Coronavirus update from Sicily!”. Quite appropriate for the times we are living in. Continue reading “Sherlock and Anagrams”

Mini-Max Sum

This week is starting to build as a very interesting and important one. Hopefully things will work out best.

My sister has been working in China for about four years. Currently she is a professor of medicine at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China and a professor of cellular molecular physiology and internal medicine at Yale University in New Haven, CT. Last time we communicated she was going to travel from Beijing to New Haven during the first week of February.

As far as I know the Coronavirus is still not under control. Today I read that the Chinese government had completed the building of a new hospital with 1,000 beds in the city of Wuhan. Hopefully that will help providing care for the people that contracted the virus. Continue reading “Mini-Max Sum”