Mark Patton, Program Coordinator for November, introduced Dr. Hans House, Dr. Hans House, of Emergency Medicine.  Updates on the Covid Pandemic.  Dr House went into great detail about the severity of the pandemic.  He said the third wave will be more severe than the last two waves.  He talked about Great Barrington Declaration.An infectious disease epidemiologists  and public health scientists we have grave concerns about the damaging physical and mental health impacts of the prevailing COVID-19policies and recommend an approach we call Focus Protection. Both Sweden and Norway have controlled the pandemic very well. Some treatments are:  Oxygen vs High Flow Nasal cannela.  Dexamethasone, Rendesiver, Convalesant sivar , Bamlanivimab.
President Amy called the meeting to order at 7:05 am.  Dr. House continued his presentation.  The vaccine will need to be stored at -80 degrees.  Is is safe?  In time the vaccine will be safe and the CDC will let us know.  He discourage any holidays gatherings. Everyone need to wear a mask.  He had a Coronavirus  Tracker:  Phase 1,  38 testing safety and dosage; Phase 2 14 vaccines expanded safety trails; Phase 3  Vaccines in large-scale efficacy 6  Vaccines approved for early or limited use.  Approved vaccine approved for everyone.
Dr. House answered many questions and left our meeting for work at 7:40 am. 
Pam Ehly shared her Rotary Story.  She became a member when Gary Haymond was President.  Pat Schnack was her sponsor. She found her passion with the Rotary Action Group:  Rag for Club Foot.  She is on the board and Secretary.
Vernette Knapp announced that our Polio Fundraiser date has been extended to November 17, 2020.  We usually raise between $2,000-$3,000 during our Polio Fundraiser.  In three weeks the Bike Ride to End Polio usually $2500.  To date the fundraiser only has $825.
Election nomination forms were sent on November 5th.  The forms need to returned to Jean Knepper by November 22nd.  You can also email your choices to Jean.  Elections will be held by Zoom polling on December 8th. 
Phil Peterson made a comment about the Rotary Foundation Luncheon that is was done very well with some great speaker.  The Key Note Speaker was R. I. President Holger Knaack from Germany. 
Nancy Pacha said that Taylor Wertheim spoke to the West High Interact Club about Youth Exchange. 
Deb Ockenels announced that they had delivered 186 coats to Open Heartland, 42 coats to D.V.I.P.  Noon Rotary had 108 coats going to Shelter House.
President Amy adjourned the meeting at 8:00 am.