Category Archives: PANDEMIC

Was it worth it? Great place to store $10M of PPE.

By Michael G. Stogner

Photo by Dan Noyes

Two days ago Dan Noyes Investigative Reporter ABC News reported on $10M of PPE being damaged while stored outside the San Mateo County Event Center for more than 3 months unprotected from the elements and persons. Below is a photo of where the PPE was being stored before this really important meeting caused the PPE to be moved outside. I ask the question was it worth it? What was the cost to move the PPE outside. What was the Income to San Mateo County for renting the facilities for 5 days? What was the plan for bringing the PPE back inside a safe and secure structure. Why wasn’t this event held at a Hotel or even several Hotels?

Below Article on event that caused PPE to be moved outside.

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Software conference to mark return of in-person events to San Mateo County

Software conference to mark return of in-person events to San Mateo County

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Amid encouraging news about countywide reopenings, the San Mateo County/Silicon Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau has announced some of its own: the SaaStr User Conference will be coming to the San Mateo County Event Center Sept. 27-29, 2021. As the world’s largest non-vendor B2B software conference, SaaStr Annual will be the first major business meeting to be held in-person in San Mateo County since the advent of the pandemic.

According to officials at the San Mateo County/Silicon Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau, the three-day conference will bring together more than 25,000 hybrid attendees who will attend both in person at the San Mateo County Event Center and online to expedite a safe gathering. Online attendees will be expected to follow a whole host of COVID-19 protocols that will be in place.

“COVID has had a profound and long-term impact on the meeting and events industry,” said John Hutar, president and CEO at the San Mateo County/Silicon Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau. “As case rates continue to drop in our region and vaccinations increase, the SaaStr Annual conference…is proof that we are returning to more normal times.”

As the event organizer, SaaStr has been working closely with local county officials and the San Mateo County Event Center to ensure those attending in-person will feel safe and comfortable to do so. SaaStr is expecting all attendees, speakers and sponsoring companies to adhere to its health and safety protocols, which will include: vaccine requirements for all in-person attendees; temperature checks and secondary rapid COVID testing each day of the event; outdoor gathering (most of the SaaStr Annual event will take place on the Event Center’s external grounds); increased sanitization and hand washing; and physical distancing.

“SaaStr was founded on the basis of bringing the SaaS community together, and we’ve put together what we believe are industry-leading health and safety guidelines in order for us to do so together again in 2021,” said SaaStr CEO and Founder Jason Lemkin.

At the conference, Global SaaS founders, executives and venture capitalists will come together for an extensive array of content sessions and networking opportunities. More than 300 leading SaaS CEOs and other leaders will share their insights to help attendees scale-up and grow companies faster. SaaStr will also facilitate more than 1,000 one-on-one meetings between attendees, Q&As and mentoring sessions during the conference. Learn more about the conference here.

“The San Mateo County Event Center has a long standing tradition of hosting live tech-based events in the heart of Silicon Valley,” said Dana Stoehr, CEO of the San Mateo County Event Center. “After more than a year and a half without hosting large-scale in person events, we are excited to welcome the SaaStr Annual 2021 Conference to the event center in the safest and most responsible way possible.”

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the San Mateo County Event Center has served the community as an integral resource to combat the virus. To date, more than 25,000 COVID-19 tests have been administered at the Event Center and more than 90,000 vaccines have been given on-site.

Photos of San Mateo County Event Center courtesy of the San Mateo County Event Center

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Six4Three vs. Facebook in Court today.

By Michael G. Stogner

CIV533328 | SIX4THREE, LLC, A DELAWARE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY vs FACEBOOK, INC, A DELAWARE CORPORATION

Today 2 P.M. Courtroom 2J

If you think you are going to sue Facebook. I recommend you pack a lunch, this is going to take awhile. This case was filed in 2015.

01/07/2022 Complex Case Management Conference

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Complex Case Management Conference

Complex Case Management Conference 01/07/2022 ~CIV Minute Order

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Foiles, Robert D

Hearing Time
2:00 PM

Result
Held Parties Present

Plaintiff

Attorney: BATHAEE, YAVAR

Attorney: DUNNE, BRIAN J.

Defendant

Attorney: MEHTA, SONAL N

Defendant

Attorney: MEHTA, SONAL N

Defendant

Attorney: MEHTA, SONAL N

Defendant

Attorney: MEHTA, SONAL N

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Attorney: MEHTA, SONAL N

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Attorney: MEHTA, SONAL N

Defendant

Attorney: MEHTA, SONAL N

Participant

Attorney: BATHAEE, YAVAR

Attorney: DUNNE, BRIAN J.

Participant

Attorney: RUSSO, JACK

01/07/2022 Party appeared by audio and/or video

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Above Noted Counsel & Facebook/Meta In House Counsel Ariel Ruiz. Pro Hac Vice Attorneys Andrew Williamson and Edward Grauman on behalf of the Plaintiff.

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Clerk's Notice of Hearing

Comment
Anti-Slapp Motion as to Individual Defendants on 01/28/22 at 2:00 pm

Next court date:

  • 02/18/2022 Objections to Report of Special Master Judicial Officer
    Foiles, Robert D Hearing Time
    2:00 PM Comment
    Objection to Discovery Special Master’s Report & Recommendation




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Judge Leland Davis III, Court Excetuive Officer Neil Taniguchi, might want to get on same page with Sheriff Bolanos.

By Michael G. Stogner

Judge Davis III and Neil Taniguchi came up with the bright idea to cancel the Public Telephone access to the Courts in the middle of a raging Pandemic.

Public Access Policy
Updated 11/22/21 – The listen-only public access lines are no longer in effect; proceedings are open to the public to attend in person.

At this time, members of the public may attend a court proceeding in person.

At the very same time the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office issued this a few hours ago. This Jail is connected to the Courthouse that the public is invited to attend in PERSON.

NEWS RELEASE

Incident Date and Time: 01/06/2022
Location: San Mateo County Correctional Facilities Type of Crime/Incident: Covid 19/Omicron Update

Summary:

The following procedures have been implemented by the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office and San Mateo County Correctional Health Services at our correctional facilities to protect our employees and incarcerated people from Covid-19/Omicron.

o All in-person visiting is canceled until further notice. Exception: Attorney visits and court-ordered visits.

o All staff is required to wear N-95 or KN-95 masks inside all correctional facilities.
o All incarcerated people are required to wear their masks when outside their cell.
o All incarcerated people going to court are required to wear an N-95 or KN-95 mask.
o All in-person programs have been canceled until further notice.
o No in-person meetings or large gatherings (except emergencies).
o Newly arrived incarcerated people will be quarantined per CDC guidelines. This will be

to ensure none of the incarcerated people have developed symptoms of Covid-19.
o In the event an incarcerated person shows signs of Covid-19, the Correctional Staff will

collaborate with Correctional Health Services to implement a quarantine plan for that

housing area as deemed necessary.
o If you have the following symptoms, please refrain from entering the correctional

lobbies. Fever, cough, difficulty breathing, and shortness of breath and please contact

your medical provider.
o The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office will continue to collaborate with the San Mateo

County Correctional Health Services to ensure our employees and the incarcerated

people are provided the most up-to-date information and protection from Covid-19. o Incarcerated people will attend video court inside their housing units except for those

who are required to attend in person.
o All correctional staff are required to take COVID tests once per week. All arrestees will

be screened outside of the facility. This will consist of a pre-booking questionnaire and

PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER • DETECTIVE JAVIER ACOSTA • 650-363-4800 • PIO@SMCGOV.ORG 400 COUNTY CENTER • REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063 • 650-421-1243 • https://www.smcsheriff.com

an intensive medical screening. If an arrestee is displaying symptoms of Covid-19 and is medically cleared, they will be isolated.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this challenging time.

Written by: Detective Javier Acosta Release Date: 01/06/2022

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Aldon Smith 21SM014538A a “Those Who Matter” case was in SMC Superior Court Yesterday.

By Michael G. Stogner

Wonderful photo by SMDJ of Aldon Smith, Definitely NOT a Booking Photo.

Aldon Smith’s BAC was .288 according to SJMN reporter Michael Nowels. It should be noted we don’t know how many hours passed since he crashed and the test was finally taken.

The Hon. Judge Stephanie Garratt was supposed to hear the case that was on calendar for 9:00 AM

Defense Attorney Joshua Bentley was supposed to appear either in person or on ZOOM.

Defendant Aldon Smith was supposed to appear.

That’s all I can report at this moment, the Court Clerk has not entered the results into the Odyssey Portal Data Base yet. He or she was able to enter the results of other cases in that courtroom yesterday.

If the Public Access by Telephone had not been discontinued on November 22, 2021, I would have been able to report the results yesterday morning.

Update: 12:05 PM 1/05/2022

The DDA was Heather Marie Finlayson #289930, and Defense Attorney Joshua Bentley appeared in person on behalf of his client who appeared via Zoom.

The matter did not proceed to an evidentiary hearing.

Time was not waived, and the matter was continued until 1/26/22 at 2:00 P.M. because of an unavailable witness. The defendant remains on bail, and was ordered to return.

He was also ordered to wear a SCRAM alcohol monitoring device.  

In 2018 Mr. Smith was wearing a SCRAM alcohol monitoring device when he was arrested for another DUI with a BAC of .40 FIVE times the legal limit.

Next Court date: Preliminary Hearing January 26, 2022 @ 2 P.M.

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Palantir, Tiberius This explains it. COVID-19 Vaccination Tracking.

Just ask Panantir why the 20,000,000 Americans will be vaccinated by December 31, 2020 missed the mark by more than 17,000,000.

On a personal note I have known about Palantir for many years, I personally resent Panantir being involved in the Vaccination Data of Americans.

You make your own choice for your personal Safety and Health.

By Michael G. Stogner

From USA Today Article

Tiberius

Tiberius is the eyes and ears of the entire COVID-19 vaccination tracking operation, drawing directly from the COVID-19 Data Lake and in-transit data on shipments from FedEx and others.

Software tailored for Operation Warp Speed by government data contractor Palantir, Tiberius combines logistics information with census data to coordinate distribution of the vaccine. The tool is adapted from Palantir’s Foundry platform, used to manage supply chains across industries like aviation and auto manufacturing as well as the United Nations’ World Food Program.

Palantir has taken heat for its work with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, where its software is being used to track undocumented immigrants. But it’s also rapidly expanded its business with other parts of the government. In addition to ICE, Palantir has worked with the Department of Defense, the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI. Last week, the company was awarded a $44 million contract with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for data management and analysis.

Tiberius is what Operation Warp Speed and the CDC will use to calculate their weekly allotments to states, territories and jurisdictions, taking into account inventory, storage capacity and target populations. The idea is to keep vaccine doses from piling up or getting wasted between the manufacturer and the vaccination site.

More than 600 representatives across 64 jurisdictions — which include states, territories and federal agencies — will have login credentials to Tiberius to check on their weekly allotments of vaccine. Health officials can also check the status of their vaccine orders through Tiberius.

Some of Tiberius’s additional features include incident management, planning, tracking, data visualization and modeling, said Blumenstock. These features help with decisions such as how and when to distribute doses to counties or hospitals based on the numbers of front-line health care workers or residents of long-term care facilities. A separate Tiberius feature currently being developed is a marketplace where states and jurisdictions can exchange vaccine doses.

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San Mateo County is Now under Stay at Home Order until January 7, 2021

By Michael G. Stogner

Posted December 16 at 12:45 p.m.
Redwood City – As COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations surge and ICU capacity declines, San Mateo and 10 other Bay Area counties are under a mandatory Regional Stay At Home Order that takes effect Thursday, Dec. 17, at 11:59 p.m.

The order prohibits private gatherings of any size, except for outdoor church services and political demonstrations. Restaurants must stop offering in-person dining and can offer only take-out and delivery.

Many businesses and activities must close, including salons and barbershops. Retail can remain open at 20 percent capacity. Nonessential travel and the use of hotels or short-term rentals for leisure is banned.

The state of California announced the order today as regional ICU bed capacity fell below 15 percent, a trigger threshold. The order is meant to prevent crowding and mingling among non-household members and overwhelming the health care system.

The order is less sweeping than the lockdowns ordered in the spring. People can continue with essential activities like going to the doctor, buying groceries and picking up takeout food.

The rules will remain in effect for at least three weeks.

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Dr. Scott Morrow “The Impossible Task.”

By Michael G. Stogner

Dr. Scott Morrow

Without Enforcement it doesn’t matter what Dr. Scott Morrow says. Everybody knows that. It’s always been that way, This should be No surprise to any reasonable thinking person in San Mateo County.

Dr, Scott Morrow Public Statement made yesterday December 7, 2020. I have picked out some key statements.

“This is a horrible, nasty and lethal virus that is highly transmissible and one you do not want to get. To get out of this situation depends on all of us.”

I have no intent to fault the state on their impossible task.

The power and authority to control this pandemic lies primarily in your hands, not mine,” he said. 

Morrow called the new shelter orders “symbolic gestures” which lack enforcement.

“The structure of our economy is, for the most part, if you don’t work, you don’t eat or have a roof over your head,”

Every thing that is happening in America today was predicted and the response by the Trump Administration is Deliberate. Donald Trump, Jared Kushner and Blackstone are all Real Estate Guys, They know about Evictions and purchasing property at distressed prices at auctions. This is no mistake, This was the expected result of ignoring COVID-19.

Trump Administration Crimson Contagion Exercise of 2019

Protect Yourself, Your loved ones, and all who are forced to work, especially the Healthcare Workers.

Something for Businesses of all sizes to think about, Your employees are under extreme pressure to come to work. Some will come to work with COVID-19 some will know, most won’t that is just a fact.

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Governor Newsom is just a Human Being like the rest of us.

By Michael G. Stogner

You and you alone are responsible for Your Health and Safety. I have known since February of 2020 about the Crimson Contagion Exercise by the Trump Administration in 2019. I have known since than that the United States Response or Lack of Response is a Deliberate Act. The outcome we are seeing today in America is the predicted and expected result by the Trump Administration it is that simple.

I am a 70 year old man with 3 out of 4 conditions that place me at high risk if I catch COVID-19, that is why for the last 9 months I personally choose to restrict my behavior and do my best to protect all of the Medical Professionals and Staff who are forced to take care of those sick with COVID-19. They should not have to be working overtime and doing work loads they never sign on to do. Example comfort the dying every single day.

I will not be having Thanksgiving with my son and his family. They know why. This is a Pandemic completely out of control just as Predicted.

Governor Newsom just made a Human Error, Think about YOUR actions.

Today’s LATIMES

Newsom on Napa dinner party: My bad
With COVID surging, the governor, his wife and others attended a birthday gathering.
GOV. NEWSOM said: “We should have modeled better behavior.” (Rich Pedroncelli AP)
By Taryn Luna and John Myers


SACRAMENTO — Gov. Gavin Newsom said Friday that he should have stayed home and not attended a dinner with other households at an upscale Napa Valley restaurant as COVID-19 cases soar across the state.
“While our family followed the restaurant’s health protocols and took safety precautions, we should have modeled better behavior and not joined the dinner,” Newsom said in a statement.
Newsom and his wife Jennifer Siebel Newsom attended a birthday party for his political advisor Jason Kinney at the French Laundry in Yountville on Nov. 6, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. The paper wrote that a total of at least a dozen people from more than three different households attended the gathering.
The governor’s office confirmed Newsom’s participation in the event and said the dinner was held outdoors at the restaurant.
“This was a small, intimate, 12-person dinner held outdoors with family and a few close friends to celebrate a 50th birthday,” said Molly Weedn, a spokeswoman for Kinney. “The restaurant was open for normal dining, consistent with state and county health guidance. All of the restaurant safety protocols were adhered to — and the guests followed those protocols.”
California’s COVID-19 guidelines limit the number of households at a private gathering, but do not explicitly impose those same rules on restaurant patrons.
State guidelines updated in November allow private gatherings of no more than three households in a park or outdoor space. Rules for dining say restaurants should “limit the number of patrons at a single table to a household unit or patrons who have asked to be seated together,” without stating any limits on the number of households that can sit at a table.
The revelation of Newsom’s restaurant outing came at a particularly awkward moment on the same day his administration issued new guidance calling for Californians to limit their exposure to those outside of their immediate family as the state grapples with another surge of the coronavirus. To date, California has reported more than 1 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 18,000 deaths — counts that officials fear could grow rapidly if families gather for the Thanksgiving holiday in two weeks.
Earlier this week, several counties saw their COVID-19 restrictions in their communities increase as they were moved to the state’s “purple” tier, indicating greatest risk of coronavirus spread. One of those counties was Sacramento, where the governor and his family live.
Dr. Mark Ghaly, the governor’s health and human services secretary, declined to specifically address Newsom’s decision to attend the birthday dinner with others on Friday.
“We have the guidance and the tips for a reason,” Ghaly said of the call for fewer and more cautious group gatherings.
“We believe they are the strategies to keep ourselves and our communities safe and we hope, and expect, people to take them seriously.”
The governor’s office did not immediately answer a question regarding Newsom’s plans for Thanksgiving.

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San Mateo County Data Dashboard.

By Michael G. Stogner

How does San Mateo County Government tell you that on July 30, 2020 there were 64 New Cases. Where does that data come from? It should come from LAB TESTING DATA. When you look at LTD you’ll see there is NO DATA for July 30, 2020.

 

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64 New Cases July 30, 2020

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Last date of Data is July 29, 2020

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Last date of Data is July 29, 2020

 

7 Day Average Positivity Rate from July 22-28, 2020 is 8.614%

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Supervisor David Canepa is the problem.

By Michael G. Stogner

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SMC Supervisor David Canepa

We have plenty of hospital beds and are ready for a surge. I don’t want to take a step back, but we must all be prepared. This will require an extraordinary effort at every level of government to ensure these businesses do not fail,” said Supervisor David Canepa. You can see he has shifted to protect businesses instead of Residents.

Supervisor Canepa knows his statement is Misleading and False ICU Beds are the issue not Surge Beds.

San Mateo County has 67 ICU Beds & Staff and was supposed to have 13 ICU Beds and Staff available to meet the 20% Availability Rate 67 ICU Beds & Staff x 20% = 13.4. You will see on the chart below July 23-24 the gray bar is blank the available beds & staff were 5 and 3. Does that sound like “We have plenty of hospital beds.”

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