Coronavirus Exists and Is A Killer

Coronavirus exists and is a killer. During the first wave of the Spring of 2020, at this time approaching two-million cases world-wide, and some will die.

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The Corvid-19 Coronavirus exists and is a killer. I am writing this Post during the first wave of the Pandemic of 2020 in the United States. Today we realized the Coronavirus had killed over 20,000 Americans!

At this time there are approaching two-million active Coronavirus cases world-wide! I shudder when I think of some of the circumstances people are having to battle this beast, some with help, and some alone, all suffering!

The People of China seem to have weathered their first wave of this flu-virus and have come out of “Stay At Home” wearing nose masks! Makes sense to me! I’m making a mask for the people in my family. 🤗😷

Canine Coronavirus & Feline Coroavirus

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British short hair cat and golden retriever

There is a Canine Coronavirus and a Feline Coronavirus, please remember, they DO NOT get each other sick. Only a cat or other Feline can catch Feline Coronavirus from another cat. The same is true for dogs! Only a dog or other Canine can catch Canine Coronavirus from another dog.

If you get your cat and dog its annual shots, then your animal has been receiving its coronavirus shot. If you need more information about why there is no human and cat or dog transmission of this deadly virus, Follow this link…

Remember, people DO NOT catch Feline Coronavirus or Canine Coronavirus, and dogs and cats DO NOT catch Corvid-19, Human Coronavirus. See Update Below.

UPDATE MAY 1, 2020

At this time the numbers are One Million Cases of Corvid-19 in the United States tested!

We have now over Sixty-five Thousand Deaths from Covid-19, the first-wave of the 2020 Coronavirus Pandemic!

I learned disturbing new facts concerning Corvid-19. Nightly News and CNN News have reported animal contagion with human Corvid-19. There have been reports of two Bengal Tigers, three Housecats, and one Family Dog diagnosed with Corvid-19.

I saw the interview with the couple with the Family Dog diagnosed and they both had symptoms with the Family Dog close to them and then he got sick. The people advised if you want your dog to stay safe if you get sick, don’t be in their faces. Good advice, simple, not extreme. Love your furry friends!

Corvid-19 Exists and so Do Anxious Thoughts

Facing a real world-wide Pandemic, you have to know, Corvid-19 exists and so do anxious thoughts. Many of us have not dealt with “anxious thoughts” before, but then we’ve never lived during a Pandemic before!

I’m not going to give you examples of “anxious thoughts”, but if you wouldn’t like it on your brothers’ mind, why allow it on your own? Barry Joe McDonagh wrote an extraordinary article on “AnxiousThoughts” and doing away with them!

I lived with an “anxious mind” full of “anxious thoughts” for many years of my life. It hampered me and was debilitating, but mostly it was just miserable to live in my mind! Fearful of small things, paranoid about some important things…I was paralyzed when I had to make a decision!

Years of growth and observation proved to my mind that these “what if this happens” thoughts did not materialize! They were only part of my active anxious imagination!

Barry Joe McDonagh

Barry Joe McDonagh’s most excellent article “End Anxious Thoughts In 4 Easy Steps” was of a great deal of help to me! When you ask, you can receive email from him that are so good, they are a gift for your mind and an enemy of any anxiety.

Barry, an International Anxiety and Panic Coach has a way with the written word whereby he teaches and calms. There is an interesting website for his DARE Program!


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22 thoughts on “Coronavirus Exists and Is A Killer”

  1. Hi

    At the present moment, the coronavirus has not reached its peak and the number of cases continues to increase. This is a virus that can attack anybody but in particular, those who are fragile, vulnerable and have serious health conditions, the problem is that you must take it seriously and remain indoors as much as possible to stop the transmission as possible. This virus has no favourites and anybody can be next. You must do everything as possible to stop its spread, wash your hands and keep social distancing. Pets will not have to worry, although they can help those who have anxiety issues.

    I have heard that vets have said that the virus can be spread from humans to felines, but this is rare and that cats should remain at home as much as possible to stop spread amongst cats. Worrying times.



    1. Antonio, You’re right, I’m sad to say, there will be many more deaths. As a nation, we are all in this together. I am one of the older, with an immune disorder. Vulnerable. I’m so grateful to my daughter, Granddaughter, son-in-law for watching out for me and making sure I don’t have to go anywhere. My daughter is an essential worker and has got no rest since this started. I admire all of our nation’s people for record-breaking social distancing. But most of all I am amazed by the tireless, giving spirit of our health care teams! 

      Thank you for your comment! God Bless and Good Luck! Foxhenley

  2. If you ask me, I would say that living in anxiety is uncalled for. This is because anxiety does not change situations positively, rather, it worsens situations.

    It is advisable for one to always do anything good to keep himself or herself happy and to always stay safe as regards the corona virus pandemic which you mentioned.

    1. Kenechi, your comment is appreciated for what it is. I believe you read my article but are not aware of the true feelings of someone coping with anxiety. That is good and I hope you never find out what it is to have “anxious thoughts”. Try your best to have compassion for your neighbor who may have anxiety.

      God Bless and Good Luck! Janice

  3. Hi, Fox Henley.
    Thanks for sharing the information on Corona Virus and its current situation. The world is facing the challenge and still far away from the cure. Anxiety is very natural under these conditions and I can relate with you at this part of the world. I would definitely check in Barry Joe’s web page to get some cooling words. Thanks for the inspiration.
    Warm Regards,
    Gaurav Gaur

    1. Gaurav, Thank you for your comments and encouragement! I know many people are coping with anxiety and stress due to coronavirus and being encamped at home. We must continue to do this for each other until there is a breakthrough on the vaccine front. And we will. God Bless and Good Luck! Foxhenley

  4. Thanks for the great article! It’s absolutely true that many of us may feel more or less anxious the pandemic especially during a difficult time like this where there are more than 2 million active Coronavirus cases. I’ve also read your post on how to end anxious thoughts in 4 steps and I found your advice really helpful, which is just move on to other thoughts.

    Keep up the good work.

    1. Jonath, Thank you for your comments and for reading my posts. The terrific “End Anxious Thoughts in Four Easy Steps” post was written by Barry Joe McDonagh. I learned a lot from that post, too. 

      The Coronavirus Pandemic is calling us all to be more than we thought we could be. The terribly sad fact is we are losing some of our very best. God Bless and Good Luck! Janice

  5. Its a known fact now that the current ravaging pandemic is truly a deadly one that shouldn’t be over looked. And also it comes with much anxiety as everyone is scared of being infected with the disease which could lead to heart attack.

    This article reviews to us the consequences associated with anxiety and how to help overcome it regardless of how much fear the anxiety of the ravaging covid 19

    1. Thank you for your comment, Evans! Take care of yourself and hopefully,we will see happier times soon. 

      Coronavirus is deadly to some but the majority recover with care. Some don’t even know they have it and give it to others. Social distancing is the most important weapon we have until we get a vaccine. God Bless and Good Luck! Janice

  6. Yeah, I couldn’t agree with you more. Covid-19 is very real. And it’s a very potent killer, indeed. My prayers go out to all who’ve lost someone during this pandemic.

    And I certainly do think too that anxiety is a huge issue these days. As I see it, mostly in regards to the true uncertainty of the future and what that holds for us financially and all that. But for anyone, who naturally already struggled with anxiety, these may be just extreme, profound misery times. 

    Glad there is someone out there doing the best she can to help people effectively combat this. God Bless.

    1. Matiss, I appreciate your kind comments and observations. Yes, that is where the deep pain resides. It is in the hearts of those grieving those lost to Covid-19. Their family and friends cannot even have a funeral for people are not allowed to gather together. So much sadness!

      The general public realize anxiety occupies a larger part of the population than they have been aware only when he/she becomes anxious and allows it to be known! Then family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers may speak and say, “Me too!”

      During this unusual “Stay-At-Home”, without work in adult’s lives, and school structure in children’s lives, anxiety is flourishing! People are dealing with pain and anxiety and illness, where usually they don’t. God Bless and Good Luck! Janice

  7. Hi!

    Great content! I never knew there was something called Canine or feline Corona virus until I came across your post. With the pandemic, depression rates are increasing and I feel it’s pretty normal for everyone to have anxious thoughts right now. We just have to work on them so it doesn’t get the best of us. Quick question, it might sound silly but I was just really wondering, with the corona virus affecting cats and dogs, does this mean they have to wear face masks like us?

    1. Isanren, We don’t have a vaccine for us for human Corvid-19 which is spread by respiratory droplets. 

      But there is a vaccine for canine or feline coronavirus which is intestinal like parvo. The booster is usually given when they get their rabies shots each year. Did you follow my link and read what the vet wrote about this?
      I don’t think mine would wear a mask. Lol!

      Coronavirus are species-specific and extremely rarely jump species. We are coping with a human-specific coronavirus!

      Thank you for your comment and question, I bet a lot of people have wondered. God Bless and Good Luck! Janice

  8. Hi, Thank you so very much for your amazing article on Corona Virus exist and it is a killer. This is a very difficult time for many families around the world with all the short down and losses of lives, and I personally love the fact that Feline doesn’t get each other sick. Only a cat or other Feline can catch Feline Coronavirus. Thanks.

    1. Marthagirl, Thank you for your comment. Each of us finds what we need in an article and I’m thrilled you loved what I learned from the School of Veterinary Medicine about Felines! God Bless and Good Luck! Janice

  9. I have noticed that the major concern with covid 19 pandemic is not its fatality rate but it is the mode of transmission that is scary.

    there is total shut down in some place and partial in other places just to contain and stop the spread of this virus. we can only hope that this season passes quickly

    1. Kirkman, Thank you for your comments. I agree with you that its level of contagion factor is so high!

      All over I didn’t understand the partial and total either, but now, the partial is over. All fifty states have been declared Natural Disaster Areas. We go forward from here. God Bless and Good Luck! Janice

  10. It is funny how some people still think that covid 19 is not real. i met an arguement where both parties had different opinions and i was amazed. this pandemic has sent panic and anxiety across the globe. some places experince total shut down while some others are partial. thank you for this post

    1. Smoochi, Thank you for your comment, and I know exactly what you mean. Misinformation is spread like wildfire.

      I started from a simple place, and ask my doctor. He told me no one knows much about it, except it’s proved to be as deadly as the flu. So I listen to the news to find out more, and I read!

      All fifty states are now Natural Disaster Areas, so I would think it would all be “Stay-At-Home”.
      God Bless and Good Luck! Janice

  11. Hi! I am as well coming from country form EU that got impacted huge with covid-19. And of course there has been a lock down with no certain date of reopening economy. So I stayed at home with my wife and children, and after couple of days I became anxious because I didn’t know how are we going to live next days – the feeling that I can not do anything started to kiill me day by day. Well thank God we could open back our business after two weeks and all anxiety and feeling helpless went away and I could finally breathe a fresh optimistic air. Thank you for your lovely post – oh btw – I have a feline, and I was quite nervous about her getting covid, but it is all good.


    Primoz P.

    1. Thank you! It strengthens my heart and soul when I receive a comment so special on my post! And your comment with a look into your life during a lockdown, is definitely special! I love my feline. Thank you again for your comment! God Bless and Good Luck! Janice

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