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    So sorry, happy! Feel better soon!
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    Hoping you both have mild cases Happy. I took the weight loss route figuring it was best in many ways and my health is much better. I am glad that the newer versions of Covid aren’t attacking the respiratory system as I have asthma. Unless required I am done with masks too. Mainly because my allergies are bad year round so have to frequently pull it down to blow my nose.

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    Thanks, everyone. We are both home from work for the week and isolating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by happystuff View Post
    I know it was inevitable. Dh and I both tested positive today. We have both notified work and are awaiting information on their protocols. Child is now testing negative, so will be back to work tomorrow.

    Bummer. Best wishes for a speedy recovery!

    It does sort of seem inevitable we may all get it eventually, even if a person is vaccinated and has a mild case. I'm anticipating my number will come up some day.

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    Hopefully people have mild cases.

    I go the masks and frequent vaxes route though I think there are diminishing returns after 3 vaxes. I don't stress much like early in the pandemic. I don't actually get a weeks worth of sick days a year, I only get 3 sick days a year (as mandated by the state of California, I'd probably get no paid sick time at all if the state didn't' mandate it). This is just a state sick leave law that well predates covid. I think covid specific sick time that govt mandated is long gone? So I'd take time off but it would be from my rather limited vacation time of course.
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    Hoping everyone has a mild case, as is the rule these days.

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    Oh my! My wife asked me if I had heard of the 6 yr old girl who had died suddenly. I had not so I looked online, myocarditis to blame, very sad. Even worse when I discovered my wife was actually referring to different event. I can't keep track of all the kids dropping dead. Being someone who has lost a child myself, I grieve for these parents.
    Do a quick search engine search for yourselves. I wonder what could possiblly be causing all this sudden death in our youth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cx3 View Post
    Oh my! My wife asked me if I had heard of the 6 yr old girl who had died suddenly. I had not so I looked online, myocarditis to blame, very sad. Even worse when I discovered my wife was actually referring to different event. I can't keep track of all the kids dropping dead. Being someone who has lost a child myself, I grieve for these parents.
    Do a quick search engine search for yourselves. I wonder what could possiblly be causing all this sudden death in our youth?
    Is it “sudden death in our youth” though?

    I only hope this issue is being objectively measured by the sciencey scientists who science, not the spin doctors who pick and choose their “science” to bludgeon us, the unwashed public, with their lofty dictims.

    I do not know how much support off-message researchers have to study health problems related to Covid vaccine, but I fear there is academic derision for it and worse, no $$$.

    I think it is entirely possible that the science based outliers who keep floating legitimate concerns about The government’s actions and interpretations of the science of Covid will, in fact, push the government toward truth. And the truth may be entirely what they have been saying all along.But it may not be. Imma thinking the latter.

    when the history of Covid is written it will say “Our government did the best they could with the information they had” when that is not entirely true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iris lilies View Post
    Is it “sudden death in our youth” though?

    I only hope this issue is being objectively measured by the sciencey scientists who science, not the spin doctors who pick and choose their “science” to bludgeon us, the unwashed public, with their lofty dictims.

    I do not know how much support off-message researchers have to study health problems related to Covid vaccine, but I fear there is academic derision for it and worse, no $$$.

    I think it is entirely possible that the science based outliers who keep floating legitimate concerns about The government’s actions and interpretations of the science of Covid will, in fact, push the government toward truth. And the truth may be entirely what they have been saying all along.But it may not be. Imma thinking the latter.

    when the history of Covid is written it will say “Our government did the best they could with the information they had” when that is not entirely true.



    Not true… especially in trump’s case. trump knew early on and let many die needlessly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frugal-one View Post
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    Not true… especially in trump’s case. trump knew early on and let many die needlessly.
    …And time allowed Congress persons to shift their personal investments into pandemic friendly investments, and then passing legislation to keep the pandemic lockdowns/investment friendly for them and their supporters.

    Then there’s the ongoing shady but arrogant proclamations of Anthony Fauci, Maybe not really a problem but who knows.

    https://www.congress.gov/117/meeting...1201-SD004.pdf

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