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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1365 on: June 19, 2020, 04:36:51 pm »
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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1366 on: June 19, 2020, 04:41:33 pm »
Note: I'm looking for masks that are extra safe, not extra fashionable.

Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1367 on: June 19, 2020, 08:50:03 pm »
Note: I'm looking for masks that are extra safe, not extra fashionable.
I donít think I even know you anymore
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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1368 on: June 21, 2020, 09:06:50 am »
A challenge for the young people:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V83hrRvtdg4

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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1369 on: June 21, 2020, 09:44:36 am »
No... thatís pretty stupid

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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1370 on: June 21, 2020, 10:28:37 am »
This is what stupid gets you

https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/21/us/us-coronavirus-sunday/index.html


Reopening the economy doesnít mean you have fraternity rush parties..

You are still trying to practice social distancing and you still donít have super spreader events


Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1371 on: June 21, 2020, 02:08:58 pm »
I can confirm that they are not using those 12-inch swabs to collect a sample from your brainstem

I did one of those drive-through tests yesterday and they just use a traditional Q-tip in both nostrils

I needed to get it for pre-op surgery (torn Achilles tendon...getting old is fun)

But testing accuracy is still an issue
Accuracy still unknown for many coronavirus tests rushed out
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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1372 on: June 21, 2020, 02:25:31 pm »
I can confirm that they are not using those 12-inch swabs to collect a sample from your brainstem

I did one of those drive-through tests yesterday and they just use a traditional Q-tip in both nostrils

I needed to get it for pre-op surgery (torn Achilles tendon...getting old is fun)

But testing accuracy is still an issue
Accuracy still unknown for many coronavirus tests rushed out

Do you know what the timeframe is for getting your results back?

Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1373 on: June 21, 2020, 02:28:47 pm »
Do you know what the timeframe is for getting your results back?
2-5 days
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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1374 on: June 21, 2020, 04:35:39 pm »
Well, get better soon!


Does this mean retirement from skateboarding?

Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1375 on: June 22, 2020, 07:27:41 am »
Does this mean retirement from skateboarding?
logic would dictate, Yes

But I doubt it,
 was really having a lot of fun this year, the newly remodeled skatepark is awesome

This tendon injury is a bitch
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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1376 on: June 22, 2020, 11:34:08 am »
About 800 new covid cases in our region of MD, DC, MD....19 covid deaths yesterday

I guess our best day in three months maybe?

I still donít really feel itís much fun going out..hardly worth it...like we went to five guys yesterday and with the masks and worry us out what kids are doing and less tables..for me at least probably should have gotten food to go

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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1377 on: June 22, 2020, 11:49:24 am »
So for those with kids in school, what's your preference for next year?

1. Full time live, synchronous distance learning with Fridays off
2. In school one day a week, three days asynchronous learning with Fridays off
3. In school two days a week, two days asynchronous learning with Fridays off

Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1378 on: June 22, 2020, 01:57:55 pm »
I like this graph...because of where I live


The latest update today from http://rt.live shows 31 states tipping into an R > 1 which reflects that their epidemics are expanding. Morgan Stanley's latest model update pegs the national R equal to 1.1 and U.S. epidemic doubling time of about 52 days, from 60 last week.
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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1379 on: June 23, 2020, 12:47:59 pm »
"When Trump urged governors to reopen their economies more quickly, he was defying guidelines suggested by that very same agency, i.e., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In other words, CDC is not merely getting cast as the scapegoat for the current spikes; it is getting cast as such even though it was far more right than Trump was.

The New York Times has a deep dive into the mounting cases weíre seeing across the country, summarizing the situation this way:

New known virus cases were on the rise in 23 states on Monday as the outlook worsened across much of the nationís South and West. Hospitalizations for the coronavirus reached their highest levels yet in the pandemic in Arizona and Texas, and Missouri reported its highest single-day case totals over the weekend."

Trumpís frantic shifting of blame for coronavirus has hit rock bottom
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