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    Default The ZOG/Chinky Flu Cums to SouthWest Missery

    The ZOG/Chinky Flu Cums to SouthWest Missery


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    Default Parson: Declaring state of emergency is next appropriate step to protect public health

    Parson: Declaring state of emergency is next appropriate step to protect public health

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    (From Gov. Mike Parson)

    Today, Governor Mike Parson signed Executive Order 20-02 declaring a state of emergency in Missouri in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

    Governor Parson announced the emergency declaration in a press conference today. The following individuals were also present at the press conference:

    -Dr. Randall Williams, Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) Director

    -Bill Whitmar, President-Elect of the State Public Health Laboratories

    -Dr. Carolyn Henry, Dean of the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine

    -Bob Hughes, President and CEO of the Missouri Foundation for Health

    -Jim Remillard, Acting Director of the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency

    “As Governor, I have no greater responsibility than to keep all Missourians healthy and safe,” Governor Parson said. “After further consideration, we have decided that declaring a state of emergency is the next appropriate step to protect public health.”

    The Executive Order was not made because the current healthcare system is overwhelmed or unprepared, and it is not intended to close public schools. Schools administrators should seek the guidance of local health officials when thinking about closing their schools.

    Rather, the purpose of Executive Order 20-02 is to allow more flexibility in utilizing resources and deploying them around the state where they are most appropriate. By signing this Executive Order, Governor Parson invoked the Missouri State Emergency Operations Plan.

    Executive Order 20-02 will enable Governor Parson to waive certain state laws and regulations where necessary and direct state agencies to report any unfair market practices. Declaring the state of emergency will also provide access up to a combined total of approximately $7 million in state funds beyond the federal funds Missouri expects to receive.

    “Governor Parson’s actions taken today support our public health preparations here in Missouri that we have been working on daily since January 27,” said DHSS Director Dr. Randall Williams. “This gives us a different set of resources that we will use to further our response at both the state and local level.”

    In addition to the Executive Order, the state is also taking steps to expand COVID-19 testing capabilities through coordination with the University of Missouri and Washington University laboratories.

    The Missouri State Public Health Lab has shared a positive COVID-19 sample with Washington University, which will allow its lab to create a control and conduct testing in the near future. The state is currently in the process of doing the same with the University of Missouri.

    This should increase testing capabilities in Missouri by thousands. Additionally, the Missouri State Public Health Lab will soon be receiving more tests from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), pushing its capacity to 1,600 patient tests.

    The state is also working to address concerns regarding the availability of personal protective equipment (PPE) for responders outside of healthcare. The Governor’s Office has been in communication with the Missouri Foundation for Health and will be working jointly with the organization to help identify funding gaps in services and equipment for vulnerable Missouri populations and communities.

    In addition to these efforts, the state is also in the process of reviewing federal guidance allowing for additional flexibility in health insurance coverage and unemployment benefits.

    Finally, Governor Parson believes Missouri will have the capability to deploy temporary structures in coordination with the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency and the Missouri National Guard should the need arise.

    “My administration will continue to monitor the situation and all options available to provide the necessary resources,” Governor Parson said.

    As of today, two more individuals have tested presumptive positive for COVID-19 in Missouri. One of these individuals is a St. Louis County resident. It is a domestic travel-related case, and the patient is 50-60 years of age. Additional details on the second case will be shared with the public as soon as all notifications have been made.

    The Missouri State Public Health Lab has tested a total of 94 individuals to date. These tests have resulted in 90 negatives, three presumptive positives, and one confirmed positive.

    For more information on COVID-19, visit the CDC’s website at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus and the DHSS website at www.health.mo.gov/coronavirus. You may also call the DHSS hotline at 877-435-8411 for questions regarding COVID-19 in Missouri.

    To view Executive Order 20-02, click here.






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    Default Will the Current East Newton School Board Close the School on Tuesday because of the Corvid-19 “Boomer Removal” Virus?

    Will the Current East Newton School Board Close the School on Tuesday because of the Corvid-19 “Boomer Removal” Virus?


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    Whenever this Corvid PLA/CIA “Boomer Removal” Virus hits like in the case of the Seattle nursing home outbreak they find out that it was dormant for a month to six weeks. So likely it is already in Granby. There won’t be classes Monday because the district can’t afford a five-day week partly because the funding is wasted on a TIF fund which is used as a slush fund for the Granby City Council.


    Tuesday starts “Spring Break” in most locations. I’m running dead last for Skrule Bored but I predict the following:


    The governor declared a state of emergency Friday March 13th but gave the option of local school boards having the option to close. The Missouri Department of Aging closed to visitation all the nursing homes unless it is a dying time for those resident. This virus will kill at least half of them when it infects the residents, but then again the average stay in a nursing home is six months or less under normal circumstances.


    The colleges and universities are closing and going on-line. So are most of the sporting events. Did anyone see the madhouse at Walmart Friday? Had more cars than Black Friday. Reminds me of the panic I seen on 9-11 at the Fast-Trip and Six-Ten as people figured out that the government wasn’t going to save them back nearly 20 years ago. Anyways,


    Now the school-age children have adequate lung capacity per body weight, and are in the best health that they will ever be in. They are what you call “a-symptomatic carriers” like Typhoid Mary. They can come down with it and be sick a little bit or be totally a-symptomatic. They will of course carry the virus home with them and kill off their grandparents and some single-mom parents. All of this is understood but the governor, a weak and corrupt man decided to shove the decision onto the local Skrule Boreds. (A former Polk County sheriff Parsons listened but never did weigh in when I instigated a debate between two candidates for Newton County Sheriff back in 2016 as to whether it was better to taser or just go ahead and shoot handcuffed prisoners. Such is the professionalism of Missouri “law enforcement”.)


    So, Monday is “No Skrule” at what I call “The Whigger Factory” in which children are turned into consuming producing animals because the East Newton Skrule Bored hasn’t the money to go five daze a weak. They let the Granby TIF district take out the funding so that the Granby City Council can have a slush fund to suppliment the ailing general fund and to buy the Styrons a new metal building to rent the Dollar General Store and to sell the old store for a “new” police station and have the natural gas users pay for it. Greater love hath no Granbyites that they will believe this crap about taxing their way to prosperity so they gave up $500,000 in taxes for the love of connected insiders, says so in the Bible or somethang like that.


    So Tuesday cums and that raises the question of what next? I predict that they will have Spring Break because they will be told that if Junior goes to skrule he will take the “Boomer Removal Virus” to Granny and Gramps & they’ll be Raptured to Cloud 666 or to that Big Walmart in the Sky (or Underneath). By the time Spring Break arrives the “Boomer Removal” Virus will have an “Oafishul Outbreak” in Granby, the stock market will be down to 12000 (or less), Senile Joe Biben will croak after naming Michelle Obama as his running [pri]mate and Granby might consider roadblocks to traffic coming in on US 60 and E & B highways. Just saying.

    ( I did ask Jacob Kelley what the governor told him along with Jim Channel and the She-Mayoress the City Clerk, but have had no response as yet and expect none.)

    The smarter solution will be to keep the teachers teaching by having them come to the school and divide the students into quarters with them having furnished computers or tablets with an wi-fi hotspot to do their lessons with. As always the smarter students will learn regardless of inputs while the idiots will learn nothing useful. The public school system is a failure and with increased poverty shall come decreased funding to pay for these failures.


    The public school system has largely been a failure because it costs so much and does so little insofar as raising a responsible younger generation. Most of the local property taxes go to the school, it doesn’t really teach most of the younger generation much of anything worth learning but in fact is used as a sort of day-care for forcing their parents to have to both work in order to live a poor life style. As this virus — which will not go away — runs its course the limitations of the current educational system shall become obvious in that those who don’t work hard while confined at home until the older weaker generation dies off won’t work hard to learn anything while at home or bussed to school. So if the level of ignorance remains the same whether the kids go to school or not, then what reason to keep on paying high taxes to maintain a failed system? Teacher’s pensions which failed during the financial collapse as their 401(k) plans becum 101(k)s then None-Oh-One k’s?


    A bunch of the old and sick will die off because of this bio-warred virus but the question is whether the schools will reopen. Probably, at least for a little while.


    I am of course running for skrule bored but cannot get an interview since telling the lie-paper that my solution if elected would be to mandate weekly head-lice and green-card inspections. That and I freaked them out at a candidates meeting a few years ago. However given that there is a current crisis as things are falling apart you need to vote for a candidate that thinks outside the box and break the glass and pull out the fire axe.


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    Default First case of COVID-19 virus hits Jasper County

    First case of COVID-19 virus hits Jasper County

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    The first case of COVID-19 virus in Jasper County has surfaced.

    Tony Moehr, the Jasper County Health Department director, said his office received notice at 4:30 p.m. Friday that an international traveler had tested positive for the virus.

    Although he could not disclose the identity of the person, he said the person is in his or her 20s and lives in northern Jasper County.

    That person traveled to Europe, though Moehr did not know where in Europe. "Luckily, when that individual traveled overseas and then got back to the area, the person self-quarantined so they weren't out in public."

    The traveler returned on Monday and started having symptoms on Wednesday "and has remained isolated," Moehr said, notifying health authorities so that a test could be done. State health officials conducted the test.

    Though the person has experienced symptoms, he or she was not sick enough to be hospitalized.

    The person has had contact only with others in the household and those people also have quarantined themselves, the health director said. The contacts will be quarantined for 14 days.

    "The individual will remain in isolation a minimum of seven days, or three days after symptoms subside," Moehr said.

    "It appears with this particular case that they did things right," he said. "They knew they were potentially at risk and did self-isolate. It appears things were done correctly so that we should not have a big problem with community spread from that individual.

    Health officials will continue to monitor the individual and that person's contacts through the quarantine periods.

    Test kits on way

    Area residents have expressed concerns on social media about a lack of local testing for the virus.

    But more people will soon be tested because Joplin area private laboratories are receiving test kits, and drive-through testing will start next week, said local health care providers on Friday.

    "We have plans that will go into effect Monday for our COVID calling center and our off-site testing facility," said Paula Baker, president and CEO of Freeman Health System. She said details of those efforts will be made available on Monday.

    Local health officials will explain how people can access the calling center and the drive-thru test.

    There have been 10 people who met the criteria for testing at Freeman, Baker said. Three of those tests have been negative and the test results have not come back yet on the other seven. There were 12 people screened who did not meet the criteria to have a test, she said.

    At Mercy Hospital Joplin, about 15 people have been tested and results are still out on about a half-dozen of those, spokesman Jordan Larimore said.

    There have been no positive results so far in Joplin from the tests that have been processed, said Baker and Ryan Talken, the assistant director of the Joplin Health Department.

    Frustration

    But still there is upset in the area.

    Among the frustrated was Amanda Schwarzenberger, of Carthage, who might have been kept from getting a COVID-19 test because of a broken thermometer.

    "They said that when I get a fever of 100.4, call again," Schwarzenberger said. "Then I would go through the questionnaire again."

    Schwarzenberger said she is concerned about the number of tests available and the stringency of requirements to get one.

    Currently getting either a public or private test starts with a doctor's order, said Dan Pekarek, director of the Joplin Health Department. The tests are limited to those with coughing, shortness of breath and a fever of at least 100.4 degrees.

    But before receiving a COVID-19 test, patients must first be tested for influenza A and B.

    Recent health issues, and her husband's proximity to someone who has been traveling, have put her on alert, Schwarzenberger said. Between September and November she dealt with a number of lung issues that led to two surgeries and two biopsies. Her husband has a job in Kansas City, where he stays with his brother — who travels internationally for his job. Lately, Schwarzenberger has been working as a personal shopper for an app-based service, sending her to many stores across the region.

    At the beginning of this week, she began feeling symptomatic. She said she felt feverish, but was unable to take a reading, because her thermometer was broken. Still, she set up an appointment with her doctor.

    While a fever wasn't detected on Thursday during her appointment, the doctor completed the first step: Schwarzenberger tested negative for both flu types. That's when her doctor said she should be tested for COVID-19.

    She was given a phone number to call, but she was unable to get through. After multiple calls, she said got an answer, and was asked to answer questions required by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. One of those questions: "What is your temperature?"

    Because of the broken thermometer, however, she was unable to confirm a fever of more than 100.4. She was rejected.

    Thermometers have been tough to find in town, but her husband found one in Kansas City and is bringing it home, Schwarzenberger said.

    She has no issues with the health workers, who are doing their job, she said. But she wishes more tests were available and that a priority was given to those who had orders from their doctor.

    "Considering my history of lung issues, my doctor wanted to see me," Schwarzenberger said. "If a doctor says they want you tested, you should be tested. I wish more tests were available."

    Testing so far

    Testing has been done only in cases that met a set of criteria issued by the CDC because the test kits for the disease were not widely available the last few weeks. When they did become available, the federal government provided a limited number to the states, which distributed them to cities and counties.

    But the Joplin Health Department received only five official test kits.

    Last week, Joplin's health director, Dan Pekarek, said a set of criteria had to be met for a test to be done.

    “The protocols for testing using the state kit are fairly involved,” he said when the tests were first received. “Generally you have to have fever and signs of lower respiratory illness such as cough and/or shortness of breath. If you have traveled to one of the areas of high concern, that’s going to be a factor in the consideration. And also if you have been around someone hospitalized with respiratory illness and they don’t know why, that could qualify for one of those test kits.”

    That criteria also was established to prioritize who was tested because there was a limited supply of tests.

    "The criteria was built around capacity," Talken said. "It's anticipated that as testing availability increases the criteria will be reduced.

    "At first there was a testing issue as far as available labs. Now there is a bottleneck on the supply side for the testing kits. They are working to correct that. We have more testing than we did at the beginning and they anticipate as the supply side gets corrected, it will increase."

    Dr. Robert McNab, a board certified internal medicine physician at Freeman who is the hospital's vice president of medical education, was asked if there could be people contaminated with the virus who are as yet unknown because of the low number of test kits available so far.

    "Right now, we are having to balance out some needs,and the pinch point for us is the number of tests available," McNab said. "We have a finite supply, and we know that supply is going to increase over the weeks. It's a known issue. There are a number of companies and government resources that are going to be able to provide us with a much larger number of tests. So that supply is going to go up.

    "But that does not really help us today when the question is, what can you do with a finite amount of testing? When you only have a limited amount of tests, the right strategy is to only test the highest risk people. If I had an infinite number of tests, I would test everybody, but I don't, and so we can't. So we really need to be very careful who we test so we have those tests for people who are at the very highest risk."

    "Not having a test does not change the outcome as far as treatment goes," he said. "Not everybody needs a test. A test is still recommended for people who have the more severe type of symptoms."

    McNab said a good way to prevent becoming ill from it is to pay extra attention to hygiene.

    "When you have this virus, it gets out of your body from secretions when you sneeze, cough and to a limited extent in urine and stool."

    Another way to transmit the virus is to pick up and eat food with hands contaminated by the virus.


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    Default Newton County Sheriff addresses COVID-19 rumors

    Newton County Sheriff addresses COVID-19 rumors


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    (From the Newton County Sheriff's Office)

    I know that there are a lot of rumors and misinformation going around about the current state of affairs so I will attempt to put out new factual information as I receive it.

    Yesterday, I participated in a statewide conference call with Governor Parson. He is having these on a regular basis in order to keep everyone informed. The number of positive cases of the COVID-19 does continue to grow, including one now in Newton County.

    However only about 30 cases so far have required ICU hospitalization. The Governor’s staff is working daily to see what state regulations can be relaxed to help with the emergency.

    Please continue to follow social distancing guidelines as I believe it is helping. So far over 4 million sets of PPE (Personal Protection Equipment) has been ordered and hopefully will begin arriving soon.

    Watch for scams. There have been a lot of reports of people receiving calls offering Virus Test kits. Neither the Federal Government, nor the Missouri State Government will contact anyone asking for money.

    Unfortunately the world is full of unscrupulous people that will try to make a profit on the misery or fears of others. If you receive such a call ignore it or feel free to contact the Sheriff’s Office for guidance.

    I have received several messages requesting information about the rumor of a two-week quarantine utilizing the National Guard. This issue was addressed by both the National Sheriff’s Association and the Missouri Sheriff’s Association. The following information was put out by the MSA:

    There is a false, debunked rumor that President Trump is calling for a two-week quarantine utilizing the National Guard. This rumor is false.

    President Trump already used the Stafford Act to declare a national emergency on March 13. The Stafford Act does not allow the Federal Government to impose mandatory quarantines. T

    he Federal Government is using the Guard for trauma and response purposes. Among many opportunities the President’s national emergency declaration opens up is the ability under Article 10, to activate the National Guard at state levels.

    State level activation remains under the control of state Governors. As a last resort, President Trump could initiate a full “National” activation of the Guard under Title 32.

    If that were to happen, I am told the Guard mostly remains under control of state governors with the President retaining control to move them from state to state.

    Please feel free to contact myself or my office if you have questions or concerns.”

    -Sheriff Chris Jennings

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    Default Emery questions overkill in government response to COVID-19- Only five percent of people threatened

    Emery questions overkill in government response to COVID-19- Only five percent of people threatened



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    (From Sen. Ed Emery, R-Lamar)

    With daily press briefings and updated COVID-19 case numbers, it seems little else has occupied the press.

    I trust all of us are paying special attention to the details of hygiene and are being particularly mindful to protect the elderly and those with health conditions from the virus.

    Nevertheless, with some saying that those of us most threatened make up possibly 5 percent of the population, I believe it is hard to deny that a more targeted response might have stalled the virus without the same devastating impact on families and businesses.

    Maybe we could have avoided a $2 trillion bailout that may turn out worse than FDR’s. At least his plan involved work. Maybe we could have opted for targeted directives instead of broad orders, many of which either seem to be a violation of jurisdiction or possibly unconstitutional.

    One thing I have long questioned is the cost/benefit of HIPPA protections, and I wonder if HIPPA has contributed significantly to the spread of the virus.

    Accurate Information is critical to limiting the spread of disease, but prohibitions on releasing medical information have worsened the opioid crisis, and are making it harder to be sure that those exposed to the coronavirus can be timely informed.

    Once again, it seems a government “solution” is producing visible and possibly damaging side effects.

    From my perspective, the general population is afraid – either afraid of catching the virus, or of infecting others. The unknown is what is most frightening, and while some may suggest we know very little about the virus, in fact, we are fairly well informed on how the virus acts and who most is at risk of infection.

    One problem with fear is that it can stimulate irrational behavior. That is why in crises, we are often told “don’t panic.” The principle behind one of Benjamin Franklin’s quotes applies: “Those who would give up essential liberty, to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.” With social distancing, limited gatherings to no more than 10 and forced business closings under government threat, it seems as if governments have moved from informing to ordering.

    In my opinion, there are two paths our society can take as we navigate these trying times: Either we realize how dependent we have become on government and reject having government direct our lives at the expense of our liberty, or we think ourselves more helpless than ever without government and submit to even more collectivist central planning.

    I hope we will chose the former path and opt for more effective, rather than more expansive government. It is for times like these that the Constitution and our adherence to it are most important.

    God doesn’t give us the spirit of fear, but of love and character, and a sound mind. We can look for those more fearful than ourselves and offer help.

    For example, we can deliver necessities to those who feel the need to stay home due to age or medical condition. We can pray for our families and communities and for those infected by the virus. We can be mindful to keep ourselves in a way that will minimize health risks to ourselves and others. We can motivate, not out of fear, but out of purpose.

    One of Ronald Reagan’s most used quotes was spoken when he was inaugurated as governor: “Freedom is a fragile thing and is never more than one generation away from extinction. It is not ours by inheritance; it must be fought for and defended constantly by each generation, for it comes only once to a people. Those who have known freedom and then lost it have never known it again.”

    Finally, Missouri’s attorney general has received calls about scams and price gouging. He has established a Consumer Protection Hotline to report such incidents directly to his office: 1-800-392-8222. You can also report incidents online at www.ago.mo.gov.



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    Default UPDATED: Parson extends stay-home order to May 3, then 'back to work'

    UPDATED: Parson extends stay-home order to May 3, then 'back to work'

    By JIM SALTER | Associated Press 5 hrs ago



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    ALLON, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Thursday extended Missouri’s statewide stay-at-home order through May 3, but pledged that the next day “people are going to go back to work” so the state’s economy can begin to recover from the coronavirus shutdown.

    But most businesses won’t be reopening anytime soon in Missouri’s two urban areas. Democratic leaders of Kansas City, Jackson County, St. Louis and St. Louis County all announced Thursday that they were extending stay-at-home orders through at least mid-May.

    Parson, a Republican, said it is imperative to get businesses back in operation and Missourians working again after weeks of forced closure aimed at stemming the spread of COVID-19, the illness caused by the new coronavirus.

    “People are going to go back to work on May the fourth,” Parson said.

    Parson was among the last governors to issue a stay-at-home order. Missouri’s order began April 6 and was set to expire April 24. St. Louis and Kansas City and their suburbs, along with several other counties, initiated their own shelter-in-place orders several days before that.

    The extended orders announced by St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson and St. Louis County Executive Sam Page have no end date, but both said they’ll re-evaluate in mid-May. Orders by Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas and Jackson County Executive Frank White Jr. require residents to stay at home, with exceptions for things such as grocery and supply trips or medical visits, through May 15.

    Across the country, social isolation aimed at slowing the coronavirus has devastated the economy. Nearly 22 million Americans have sought unemployment benefits in the past month, by far the worst stretch of U.S. job losses on record. Backlash against restrictions has begun, including a protest in Michigan on Wednesday. A similar protest is planned in Jefferson City for next week.

    Parson said the stay-at-home order has been difficult, but the effort has worked: Projections now call for fewer cases and deaths than were originally feared. He said his program, which he called the “Show-Me Strong Recovery Plan,” acknowledges that work remains, including expanding testing capacity and coming up with more personal protective equipment.

    “Our re-opening efforts will be careful," Parson said. "They will be deliberate and done in phases. The timing may not look the same in every community. Our hardest hit areas like St. Louis Kansas City may take longer to fully recover. But we must be ready for a slow and steady recovery, with some sort of social distancing continued, even as we begin to reopen the economy.”

    But Krewson said during her own news conference that removing shelter-in-place restrictions runs the risk of creating a new wave of illnesses.

    “It is important for all of us right now to stay the course — continue to stay at home as much as possible,” Krewson said.

    The virus has killed 154 Missourians and the state has seen 5,142 confirmed cases, according to data from Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Systems Science and Engineering, which has been tracking cases worldwide. The case tally rose by 358, or 7.5%, from Wednesday.

    More than half of the confirmed cases in Missouri, and 86 of the deaths, have occurred in St. Louis city and county.

    Most infected people develop mild or moderate coronavirus symptoms, such as fever and cough, that clear up within three weeks. But older adults and people with existing health problems are particularly susceptible to more severe illness, including pneumonia, and death.

    Officials announced the deaths of three more nursing home residents. Franklin County Presiding Commissioner Tim Brinker said two women in their 90s died after contracting the illness at Grandview Healthcare in Washington, bringing the number of victims from that nursing home to six.

    St. Charles County officials said a man in his 80s from Frontier Health & Rehabilitation has become the seventh victim from the St. Charles facility.


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