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Tales of Coronavirus in Ohio From the Lens of an Educator and a Physician: Part 2: We Are Not Ready for the Impact of a Surge….

I am proud to be in the great state of Ohio and could not be more proud of our Governor Mike Dewine and Ohio Director of Health, Dr. Amy Acton and Lt. Governor Jon Husted.

I say this to start because when chaos is around us, praise those who are leading and making difficult decisions. I believe the stay home order has made a huge difference is preventing a surge and has given us time to get supplies and given us precious time to learn and prepare.

Channel 10 headlines “OhioHealth employee sounds alarm about coming patient surge. ‘I don’t think we’re ready’

Throughout the article, it shows a glimpse of what is happening everywhere – shortage of PPE, not enough beds, and not enough vents. And not enough tests. It also appears a lack of consistency of care and allocation of resources for health care employees and patients.

Abc6 on your side, shares the article “Plane carrying medical supplies from China landing in Central Ohio” showed a plane carrying medical supplies from China landing in central Ohio. It is part of Fema’s supply chain – from Shanghai: gloves, gowns, and ventilators – 10,113 boxes of gloves.

By staying home and not overwhelming our health care system, Battelle has been able to get FDA approval on cleaning N95 masks, 160,000 masks can be sterilized per day.

Nbc4i reports “Grove City woman loses 3 family members to COVID-19” this lady also has a 4th member of the family on a ventilator.

Current state of the hospitals – everyone is in dire needs of PPe and everyone is scrambling.

Because Ohio has been vigilant:

1. Battelle will clean 160,000 n95 masks

2. At least 10,000 gloves arrived

3. Hydroxychloroquin is seemingly working in high doses

4. People are seeing the need for social distancing

Small blessings….each of the above things is a blessing….

As I have mentioned previously, my dad died of H1n1 and were given many blessings along his passing. Let me explain….Dad progressively got worse over time…he developed the cough, the fever, the difficulty breathing (Ards) same as Coronavirus (acute respiratory distress) and pneumonia – all of which are similar to Corona….but he was in the hospital for 3 days, intubated (ventilator) suffered 2 strokes, received ECMO (and most likely would have survived if it had not been for the strokes) – my point is…we were given 25 days to let go. To say what we wanted, to give hugs (even though he was in a coma), to hold his hand, to pray, and to come to terms.

Right now, families cannot get that closure or they may be given at the last moment a goodbye. One thing that was the best thing we did- my dad’s parents were living and did not make the trek to the last hospital for his final 72 hours but we called his parents and them talk with my dad and say goodbye. One can say – that is ridiculous but it was a gift for my grandparents but also a gift for my dad. As soon as his parents said goodbye on speaker phone, my brother, Mom, and I also said goodbye and my dad’s comatose state changed and immediately he started shutting down. Within 10 minutes, he passed. I still say that small gesture of letting go – gave everyone peace.

What are your loved ones requests?….where are the account information, passwords, retirements, insurance, disability, wills, power of atty, medical healthcare power of atty, and who gets your dog, etc. I think if you are prepared, it won’t happen…maybe it is silly but be prepared and have the conversations. After my dad passed, I made a folder of my requests – Costco Casket, Return to Sender Casket Cover, and all my documents, credit cards info, account info in a few spots but those who need to know – know. It is something that I was unsure of typing here but I am open about things that should be addressed. When are you okay if someone lets you pass? In this situation, the decision may be made without consent if you are failing and someone else has a chance…..everything changes with a surge….not everything will go as planned and a lot of people will not get the care needed- trust me, it will happen. Healthcare workers will be working 16 hours shifts, won’t have access to meds, won’t have vents, or proper PPe. First responders will all be in the same boat and will all be struggling – families will have to make decisions and stress levels go through the roof. Facts not Fear – this will impact someone you know…

While Coronavirus seems like it won’t happen to healthy people; It is making healthy young people sick. The daily report continually shows it does not discriminate – it is attacking children, adults, men, women, etc. The reality of care is when there is a surge- procedures of who will be taken care of and who will not receive support if resources are limited. Have discussions now – you may not be able to enter the hospital and your loved one may be unable to communicate.

The more you stay home – the greater your chance is of not getting Covid 19. In Ohio, we are not to surge levels – surge levels mean quality of care goes down, resources and people are thin, and mistakes happen. It is going to get bad. It is going to get scary. I am worried and I am scared.

The longer I go without getting Covid19- the better – the best case scenario is getting the vaccine before getting the virus. I hope I make it to see the vaccine before getting the virus but who knows…

I see concern on B’s face. He is confident and always humble and kind. I have seen the face of worry, the face of (this is going to get real – right away) and the consistent reminders to stay home, wash my hands, and go where I have to; not just to go out n about. I am a busy body and love to be doing something. I am limiting my trips outside the house. I am doing everything I can to social distance and avoid getting the virus. I pray for all families and friends. This virus is very dangerous, does not care who it hurts … it is just a sad reality.

Hugs and prayers,

May God watch over of each of you. May you be blessed with a good immune system, good support system when you get lonely, and do your part to stay home or work if you have to!

XOXO,

Heidi

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130+ Websites and Resources to Help Your Child While They Are Home: CoVID-19

Online Resources

ABCMOUSE.com free with code SCHOOL7771

Albert: online practice and assessment for core topics and AP programs 6-12 

Actively Learn: provides thousands of engaging texts, videos, and simulations across ELA, Science, and Social Studies – critical thinking 

Banzai: financial education program that helps students learn the value of money. Real-life scenarios 3rd grade -12th grade 

Boddle– Grades 1 to 6 Math

Book Creator : easy to use tool that helps you create fun and engaging online books 

Brain Pop Free online games kids can play at home 

Buncee: platform gives teachers the ability to create online lessons

CK-12: collection of online learning tools that cover all topics: reading, activities, videos, free online textbooks 

Century: artificial intelligence tailors the learning experience- identify’s gaps

Character Strong: k-12 social-emotional learning and character development 

Classcraft: track goals and motivate in digital environment 

Classhook: offers quality media clips on every conceivable topic

Classroom Champions Health, Safety, and Curriculum Information 

Chem Matters: Demystifying Everyday Chemistry (Middle, High School)

CommonLit: offers literary and non-fiction reading passages for grades 3-12. 

Conover Academy: life skills academy

CreositySpace providing lessons from our Contagion Crushers, Water Watchers, and Conscientious Chemists units at no cost to help support teachers, parents, and guardians to keep all kids engaged in science

Curriki teacher-vetted, open-resource lesson plans and materials

Deck Toys: helps teachers create and share online lessons using their easy tools

DeltaMath: immediate feedback middle school math- AP calculus 

Discovery online textbooks, multimedia and professional development 

EdHelper.com Free printables in Math and ELA 

EdModo: communicate with students, share documents and assignments, and provi

Education Perfect: online learning experiences. 

Elementari.io Writing Code and creating interactive stories using professional illustrations and sounds 

Everfi:  Financial Education, Social Emotional, Health and Well-being, Career readiness

ExploreLearning Gizmos, Reflex, Science4Us are used in classrooms everywhere. 

Fabulinga teaches Spanish through interactive stories on mobile phones and tablets – free while schools are closed 

Everydae: SAT Prep 

Freckle by Renaissance: Reach all your students at their own level. Math, ELA, SS, and Science 

Free Math App: requires students to show their work on math problems

Gale: Curriculum aligned resources to support online learning from PreK- undergraduate

GameSalad: Teaches STEM and STEAM with a game design focus (6th grade and up) Coding 

Gamilab: turn learning into a game where you create online quizzes and learning experiences. 

Genially: making remote working and learning easier

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: learning activities, lessons, downloadables, and videos

HippoCampus: 7,000 videos in 13 subject areas to share with your students 

iCivics: civic education curriculum with resources 

Infercabulary: web-based, research-backed, vocabulary

Izzit: watch a video, teacher guide for discussion, take a quiz 

Jeopardy Labs is game based similar to the television format. 

Kami: PDF and document annotation app for schools

Kialo: argument mapping and debate site, logical discussion and facilitates thoughtful collaboration

Kids Discover Online: Library of Science, Social Studies 

Kognity: traditional textbooks into interactive online experiences with videos, animations, and automatically corrected assessments

Kahoot is one of the best game based online teaching tools. Create multiple choice questions and students can have up to 4 answer choices.

Khan Academy is a free, video-based online teaching tool that categorizes videos based on learning objectives. Click on Daily Schedules for ages 4-18 to keep learning

Kuder Galaxy and Kuder Navigator: award-winning career awareness, exploration, and planning systems K-12

LabXchange: lab simulations, videos, assessments, building your own learning journey 

Legends of Learning: 2,000 3rd through 8th grade games and simulations correlated to state standards

Listenwise: learning to be a better listener. Using Podcasts and comprehension questions and quizzes 

Mangahigh: game based math that covers Algebra, Geometry, Statistics

MAD-Learn: mobile app development 

Mystery Science Engage Students, achieve learning outcomes, and easy for teachers to use. Short mini-lessons that include an activity 

Nearpod: prepared interactive lessons for all grade levels

Newsela: Authentic Content – 10 new texts published daily 

NoREDInk builds stronger writers

PenPalSchools collaborative learning community – penpals

Popfizz Computer Science: platform for grades 6-12 

PBS Kids – Fun Games 

Pitsco Hands-on, minds-on learning: STEMinspiration 

Prodigy: Game-based learning in math for kids 1st through eighth grade

Printables – Months of the Year, Sequencing, Missing Vowels, Holidays, Mazes

Purple Mash: Elementary Math, Spelling, and Writing 

Red Nose Day: Grades 2-5 building empathy 

Rozzy: engaging lesson plans and other resources for science, social studies, math and STEM K-8 

Seneca: neuroscience and AI to help students- free and board exam specific courses 

Scholastic Learn at Home by Grade Band  

Stay in the Know Science for Ages K-5. Fun activities to try and talk about

Seterra: offers online geography quizzes. 

Shmoop: study guides and test prep 

Slido for Education: virtual classroom integrates powerpoint and zoom

SMART Learning Suite virtual classroom platform 

Studies Weekly Online: includes student edition, Teacher Edition, lesson plans, and is focused on Social Studies and Science 

Sumdog Home Learning: Math, Spelling and Grammar 

Study Jams is for elementary students (200 interactive math and science videos)

Sutori: collaborative instructional and presentation tool for the classroom 

TCI: science and social studies curriculum 

Twig Education: Science for elementary and high school 

Tyto Online: solve authentic science problems as they learn, using a video game

Virtual Field Trips – K-8 social studies, life science, geography, and ancient civilization curriculum content

Vocabbett: SAT or ACT vocabulary Prep 

Vooks streaming library of ad-free, kid-safe animated read-aloud storybooks, trusted by teachers and enjoyed millions of children

VidCode: computer science and online coding – JavaScript, web programming and design

Xtra Math: math facts 

Reading Activities:

Achieve3000 comprehensive suite of digital solutions that significantly accelerate literacy and deepen learning across areas 

ReadTheory: vast library of reading comprehension

ReadWorks: free K-12 articles

Storyline Online – Celebrities Reading Different Books on YouTube

Squiggle Park – Reading skills ages 3 -8 Plus

Dreamscape – Reading Comprehension ages 8-15+

Pebblego – curricular content hub specifically designed for K-3 students. Articles, Ready-made activities, and literacy supports. 

Reading IQ: Library in Your Pocket: 7,000 Books for Reading at All Levels ages 2-12

Zinc Learning Labs: online close reading, leveled authentic texts, quizzes, and gamified vocabulary grades 6-12

Language:

Studycat: learning foreign language 

Voces Digital: audio, video, writing, and speaking exercises 

Art:

Jenny Rainey on YouTube

Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems

Glogster: Make your own Multimedia Posters with 3D 

Davis: engaging studio lessons and advocacy and classroom resources

Typing: 

Learning to Type Teaches you to type

iCompute Teaches elementary-aged kids the computer skills they need. 

Typesy: Learning to type quickly and in the correct way 

Music Activities:

QuaverMusic PreK to 8

MusicFirst online learning management system for teaching music all age levels 

SmartdsMusic: keep music students practicing at home with this online music classroom

Social Emotional:

Social Emotional eLearning

Popsugar Fitness

Social Emotional Skills 

Meditation

Virtual Field Trips:

San Diego Zoo

Live Cam (Baboon, Penguin, Panda Cam, Polar, Ape, Koala, Giraffe, Owl, Elephant, Tiger, Condor

Monterey Bay Aquarium 

Live Cam (Aviary, Coral Reef, Jelly Cam, Kelp, Moon Jelly, Open Sea, Penguin, Shark, Sea Otter

Houston Zoo 

Houston Zoo Webcams (Giraffe, Gorilla, Elephant, Leafcutter Ants, Rhinos, Chimp Window Cam

Georgia Aquarium

Georgia Aquarium (Piranha, Underwater, Jellyfish, Beluga Whales) 

Columbus Zoo 

Cincinnati Zoo- Facebook live daily at 3 PM EST with an activity to accompany! 

Yellowstone National Park

    Mud Volcano

    Mammoth Hot Springs

    Tour Yellowstone

US Space and Rocket Museum Saturn 5 Rocket Video 

Mars

Polar Bears Broadcast and Chat

Boeing and Discovery Education – Aerospace Innovation – Johnson Space Center in Houston. 

Museums 

Boston Museum Virtual Tour – 3 floors 

British Museum, London Virtual Tour 

Guggenheim Museum, New York – Google Street View 

National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC – 2 online exhibits 

Musee d’Orsay, Paris – Walkthrough the gallery 

Pergamon Museum, Berlin – Gate of Babylon and Pergamon Altar 

Van Gogh, Amsterdam – works of Van Gogh

J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles – drawings and paintings

Uffizi Gallery, Florence – art collection of the de’Medicis

MASP, Sao Paulo – clear perspex frames make it seem like the art is midair

National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City – Mayan Civilization

Television / Netflix TV 

30 Educational Netflix Shows:

Facebook @frandewine

Imagination Library Free Book Each Month under 5 Years Old

Click Here to Get from Google Docs

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CoVID-19 Tips

Hopefully you are out of office right now and are social distancing yourself as much as possible.
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Enjoying a bit of social distancing here ❤️
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A couple of tips during CoVID-19
🧼 Wash your hands frequently
🤚Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands
😷Avoid close contact with people who are sick
👩‍💻Put distance between yourself and other people around you
🧽 Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces
🏡 Stay home if you are sick + get medical care if necessary
🍊 Have a supply of food staples and household supplies
💊 Make sure you have a 30 day supply of prescription medications and other health supplies on hand, including pain relievers, cough and cold medicines, stomach remedies, fluids with electrolytes and vitamins
⛽️ Fill your car with gas
🏥 Help family and friends get prepared and share the safety messaging with those who may not have access to it
☎️ Call 1-833-4-Ask-ODH will answer any CoVID-19 questions
🚙 Drive thru CoVID-19 testing will be at Ohio State University soon .
@ohiodepartmentofhealth @trendyheidi @trendywithapassport .
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13 Things to Know: Visiting Patagonia and Hiking Torres Del Paine

1. Airfare: will run you a pretty penny. Look for deals. The first part of the trip was booked when I found a flight from NY to Santiago for $490. The flight stopped in Atlanta on the way and flying from Atlanta to Santiago was over $1600 and Delta does not let you miss a leg to get a cheaper fare – they will cancel your flight.

Now we needed to get to New York and from Santiago to Punta Arenas. The NY flight was around $250 (paid with miles) and the flight from Santiago to Punta Arenas was $300 per person. Again, not cheap.

Flights on the way down:

Delta 5893: 8:53 AM – 10:43 AM CMH to LGA

Delta 2210: 5:59 PM – 8:38 PM LGA to ATL

Delta 146: 8:50 PM – 5:38 AM ATL to SCL

Latam 283: 3:23 PM – 6:45 PM SCL to PUQ

Flights on the Way Back:

Latam 12:08 PM – 3:33 PM PUQ to SCL

Delta 147: 8:50 PM – 5:38 AM SCL to ATL

Delta 2933: 7:30 AM to 9:47 AM ATL to LGA

Delta 5888: 1:42 PM to 3:43 PM LGA to CMH

2. Transportation

Once you get to Punta Arenas, there are buses that will take you to major cities however there were a lot of little finds I wanted to check out so a rental car was the best option $450 for 6 days. Keep in mind limited rentals available so book early and renting a car for a day might be $200 and has to be returned by 6 pm so plan ahead (Europ Rental Car)

3. Plan ahead know what you want to do.

Day 1: arrival and driving 2.5 hours to outside the Torres del Paine Park. The Hotel CostaAustralis was perfect and absolutely a highlight to the stay. (This hotel is highly recommended)

The bus was perfect for day 2 as we rode and slept a lot on the bus and they stop for scenic things. Restroom and food options. The bus tour was from Chile to Argentina visiting Perito Mereno Glacier and seeing El Calafate

Day 3: from the hotel. We took a boat ride in the Patagonian Icefields and I loved every minute of it. It was a bit cold but beautiful. We were served a Chilean bbq. We were supposed tondo the Balmaceda y Serrento Glacier but there was a fatality so all zodiacs were cancelled but we did the boat ride that was quite lovely.

Day 4: We drove 2.5 hours to Hotel Torres – a beautiful hotel in the midst of Patagonia (Highly Recommended) . This hotel was not cheap but privately owned and absolutely stunning. The hotel had wonderful food and close parking to the trail for Torres del Paine. While here, did a horseback excursion in the afternoon and planned for Hiking Torres del Paine the next morning.

Day 5: we hiked Torres del Paine while mom went to the spa for the day. The hike was good – long- 13 hours of hard hiking. I am not kidding. Returned about 4 pm to the hotel and went for a drive to see the Grey Glacier.

Day 6: We drove around Patagonia inside the park for a few hours then headed out to Punta Arenas – a 6 hour drive from the Park. When arriving in Punta Arenas – one of the last places in South America before Antarctica – we visited a few of the cemetery markers – beautiful largeresting places. The city is quite lovely.

Day 7: Drove to the airport to catch flights home.

4. Weather

The weather can change on a dime so be prepared. April is considered a good- pleasant temperature time to go. 40-50s and at night 20-30 degrees. All I can say is we had the best visit and weather when we went. The winds can be extremely strong – come prepared for rain, wind, and cold – bone chilling weather.

5. So much to do in Patagonia

The list of things to do is plentiful. For starters – hiking and driving will consume a lot of your trip. For those reading this, I am really not a hiker – I don’t particularly enjoy walking in the wilderness while animals can potentially get me. You will not normally find me on a hike when back at home. The hikes in Patagonia are hard – they are for people who exercise (which I do) and have endurance. I found the Torres del Paine hike to be the best part of my trip. I was proud that I did it and so thankful that it was clear when we arrived. It was the hardest thing I have done and the half marathon I completed did not compare.

For those non- hikers, my mom found that the spas were nice and enjoyed reading, relaxing, and no cell phone service a welcomed part of the vacation.

Horseback riding, boating, guided tours of glaciers or tours of the landscape are some other options. Hotel Torres had a collection of options they provide and the list was incredible!

6. Food in Patagonia

The food is terrific. Barbecue is popular and culinary experiences are wonderful. The steak, mushrooms, lamb, seafood are all very popular. Sharing food is very popular in Chile and Argentina. People are family oriented and spending time barbecuing in the yard is popular. Three hours of cooking and tender meat will be upon you.

Many restaurants do not accept credit cards

Service is really slow amd dinner is late starting at 8 pm

If you see a large group- inclination is to keep movong on but instead join in – you don’t want to miss the amazing food

7. Language

Most people in Chile and Argentina speak Spanish but as a native English speaker, everyone we encountered in Patagonia spoke Emglish without a problem. The hotels had a lot of employees from New Zealand and Australia as well as Europe. Google translate can help

8. Cell Phone Service

Cell service is limited in parts of Chile and Argentina but when you have service – the Verizon cell phone only charges $10 a day for unlimited service but make sure you have this turned on before leaving the US

9. Things You Need to Bring

A. Sunglasses

B. Socks

C. Hiking Boots

D. Hat or Beanie

E. Sunscreen

F. Travel Insurance

9. It is expensive in Patagonia

I am pretty sure nothing was cheap in Patagonia – the food was expensive, clothing – expensive, wool- expensive, accommodations- expensive transportation – expensive

10. Patagonia is Huge!

A. Travel is slow, border crossing is easier said that done (unless your rental has the right paperwork; you cannot go) – you must plan the details because it can range 3 hours to 15 hours throughout Patagonia.

11. Patagonia is Environmentally Conscious

There is no trash on the side of the road or in the wilderness. Everyone is environmentally conscious and makes an effort to keep things need and organized. Wildlife is unique – views are incredible and everything is pristine

12. Come Prepared

You must come prepared with clothes, extra battery charges, food, snacks, water.

13. A recap of what you need to know:

– Patagonia is expensive

– well worth the visit

– The views are incredible

-Pick accommodations wisely

-Rent a car in advance

-Be environmentally conscious

– Weather is crazy

– internet? What is that?

– Bring warm clothing and put items in ziplock

– Sunscreen, sunglasses, hiking boots should be brought

– Patagonia is safe

– If hiking Torres del Paine – consider Hotel Torres when you do the hike

– Travel Insurance

Costs: for 3 people

El calafate: $311.94

Boat Ride: $432.89

Car Rental with Insurance and all Gas: $636.79

Bags: $168.16

Hotel Torres $940 (2 nights)

Food, Horses $225.73

Hotel Costaaustralis: $507.47 (3 nights)

Hotel Cabo Hornes $184.51

Travel Insurance per person: $81

$50 per person per day – maybe less depending.

Flight to NY: $386 per person

Flight to santiago: $579.03 per person

Flight to Punta Arena: $350 per person

**some of the costs were paid with miles**

$2,000 per person would include all food, car, hotel, excursions, and flights

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Simple Hosting With Bob Evans

I’d like to start with saying Thank You to my Followers! Every comment, dm, and question motivates me to share more. Today I’m sharing information on how to have a very easy Holiday Party after work with friends!

I decided to invite some friends over about a week before the party and Bob Evans was so kind in gifting me a Farmhouse Feast. Everything for the meal comes in the box. Knowing that weekends are hard with family functions; opted for a Tuesday Night.

Step 1: a day or so in advance. Place an online order or call into Bob Evans. I ordered online.

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Bob Evans will deliver at select locations*

Then picked up the items on the way home from work. (I set the pickup at 4 pm). I picked up at 5 pm and the party began at 6:30 pm.

This little handout is fantastic as it tells you from start to finish – how to prepare everything and different timelines for a 6 pm dinner and how much food. From start to finish – 1 hour!

Green Beans and Chicken Gravy were placed on the stove.

Turkey, ham, and mashed potatoes went in the oven for 45 mins.

After the oven was warmed up and stove was heating up; the Bread and celery dressing went in the microwave for 10 mins.

Pumpkin Pie, Apple Pie, and Pumpkin Bread were also provided and were ready to go.

Everything was provided to have an amazing feast. Outside of the oven heating; everything was ready within 1 hour.

To recap the highlights for me:

1. 1 hour to get a large meal ready

2. Minimal cleanup – storage containers were reused for leftovers

3. Fantastic food

4. Price for everything you get is a deal.

5. Serves 8-10 and includes: Slow-Roasted Turkey and Hickory-Smoked Ham, Corn, Bread and Celery Dressing, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, Rolls, Green Beans with Ham, Cranberry Relish, Macaroni & Cheese, Pumpkin Bread, Pumpkin Pie, Double Crusted Apple Pie for $125

Smaller options are available and items can be substituted upon availability.

Recommend you checking out the Farmhouse Feast the next family get together or Friendsgiving. I would also recommend for holiday guests or anyone who is currently going through any situation. There is a large amount of food and can be saved and stored – cleanup is easy.

Special Thanks to Bob Evans for sponsoring this post.

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