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barbeyg

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  1. We are totally 'done' with staying home, after all our other vacations (mostly cruises) cancelled this year. We are driving to CO from TN next week, staying overnight once coming and going, and eating from our cooler. We plan to be outdoors a lot once we arrive. We have a condo rented there, groceries are going to be picked up curbside, and our one 'meal out' will be 'in at the condo' after picking it up curbside from the restaurant. The route we have planned has a lower rate of infections than the city where we both work. We are cautious, and will be diligent about avoiding other
  2. I also can sympathize with the crew in reference to being 'stuck' onboard. It has to be frustrating, especially being away from family during such a tough time, and for many, not earning salaries that their families need during such a time. I think that some of their frustration is probably because management hasn't conveyed how hard they are working on repatriating the crews, and not sharing info readily is pretty common for large companies. If RCI shared more info with those on the ships, I really think there would be less of what is occurring in these pics. That said, this is a pub
  3. The majority of deaths in WA were at a nursing home, where so many already have compromised health. https://www.usnews.com/news/health-news/articles/2020-03-02/us-coronavirus-cases-now-at-89-as-2nd-death-new-cases-in-10-states-reported
  4. CDC said in a twitter post that the wrong info was on them. They made a mistake in the reporting.
  5. According to the stats being shared by the media on multiple sites, 80% of people have mild symptoms only. Of the 20% left, 14% have serious symptoms, with about 5% critical (needing major intervention). https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/coronavirus-symptoms/ https://www.sciencealert.com/large-chinese-study-finds-most-coronavirus-infections-are-mild
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