Anyone self isolating? The Covid-19/Coronavirus thread.

Kerosene31

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Was out walking my dogs and had two kids basically run right at me, then an older guy walks right in front of me, basically forcing me to back up. There's plenty of room on my quiet little street (basically a loop that has no main traffic), but these people have to be right on top of me.

We just started the first phase of re-opening and our local numbers are all actually still getting worse. Our region had to fudge the numbers and calling some rural counties around the main one, so that the populated county looked better. Our county alone would have never qualified if not for all the rural areas padding our numbers. It isn't a 2nd wave, we never peaked the 1st wave.

Yet people are acting like we're all done. Canada basically doesn't even want to think of opening the border with us.
 

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It was nice having sports back this past weekend. It wasn't much of a competition but golf was nice and looking forward to that coming back in full in June. I also watched the end of the NASCAR race. First time watching that in over 10 years probably. I'm a fan of F1 and Indy but it's better than nothing I guess.
 

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My god the projection. Do you think he actually knows he confesses himself or it's so ingrained in him he's oblivious to it and his handlers are afraid to tell him?

 
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My niece caught it from my sister. She seems ok thus far. It took my sister about two and a half weeks to feel the brunt of it after she knew she caught it (That was her guess. She didn't get the test until later).
How bad did your Sister get? was it mostly like a bad flu for her?
 

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She was rushed to emergency room because she was having difficulty breathing. They ran tests and saw nothing so they sent her home for rest and some breathing exercises to do.
Wow, is she ok now?
 

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Lol, this WEEK, first time for everything, wait 3 weeks now that countries open up.
It's a gigantic failure that we haven't taken better precautions of the elderly care homes though, that's were the numbers went up. Catastrophically bad handling of hygiene by the privatized care companies is why there was a spike this week, they put water in the hand sanitizer bottles to save money... yes, you heard right.
stay safe Swede put me in your will ;)
already did, you get my lucky condom stash.
 

JinCA

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Lol, this WEEK, first time for everything, wait 3 weeks now that countries open up.
It's a gigantic failure that we haven't taken better precautions of the elderly care homes though, that's were the numbers went up. Catastrophically bad handling of hygiene by the privatized care companies is why there was a spike this week, they put water in the hand sanitizer bottles to save money... yes, you heard right.
already did, you get my lucky condom stash.
Sounds like a Trump company :( How sad, people die because some cheap son of a b**** decides to cut corners.
 
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hrudey

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Catastrophically bad handling of hygiene by the privatized care companies is why there was a spike this week, they put water in the hand sanitizer bottles to save money... yes, you heard right.
It would have happened here in the U.S. and A. if the trumpistocrats had figured out how to water down water.
 
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