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@ Jetlink « Sun 12:12:02 pm »
But I wouldn’t be surprised, either chip. The attitude on the west coast, particularly in Oregon and the San Fransisco Bay area is much different than the rest of the country IMHO.
@ Jetlink « Sun 12:10:26 pm »
I’ve heard the general trend for precautions will not include lockdowns anylonger. The logic included with the argument being that with a majority of the population vaccinated the threat simply is no longer as serious.
Chip wrote: I guarantee at least one state (probably California) tries to lock down again
@ ~Z~ « Sun 10:29:56 am »
my bro in law has pneumonia again, 2nd time in 4 months. another friend has bad lung issues now(emphysema) after what was likely covid, didn’t get tested. I don’t want these long term lung issues interfering with biking.
@ ~Z~ « Sun 10:28:22 am »
kind of at least, jetlink. covid first strand wasn’t as bad as Delta though it seems, but let’s hope this one takes over and has less symptoms and less deaths.
@ Chip « Sun 10:22:24 am »
I guarantee at least one state (probably California) tries to lock down again
@ David Collins « Sun 9:34:46 am »
Oops quoted that twice
@ David Collins « Sun 9:34:28 am »
Jetlink wrote:
~Z~ wrote: good thinking Jeff L. Planning to get mine in Dec. Some goodish news on this new covid variant. While it might be even more contagious than Delta, effects are lessened, so less of a chance of getting hospitalized. That’s at least the info behind this one so far
Hasn’t that kind of been the case with the virus in general. It gets more contagious but less serious.
Jetlink wrote:
~Z~ wrote: good thinking Jeff L. Planning to get mine in Dec. Some goodish news on this new covid variant. While it might be even more contagious than Delta, effects are lessened, so less of a chance of getting hospitalized. That’s at least the info behind this one so far
Hasn’t that kind of been the case with the virus in general. It gets more contagious but less serious.
that’s what happens with all other virus, gets less serious as times go on
@ Jetlink « Sun 9:21:42 am »
Not a good survival strategy in general. If your kill your host your ability to survive as a "species" is not as good as if you just co habitate with it.
@ Jetlink « Sun 9:20:30 am »
Seems to be a hallmark of viruses in general.
@ Jetlink « Sun 9:20:17 am »
~Z~ wrote: good thinking Jeff L. Planning to get mine in Dec. Some goodish news on this new covid variant. While it might be even more contagious than Delta, effects are lessened, so less of a chance of getting hospitalized. That’s at least the info behind this one so far
Hasn’t that kind of been the case with the virus in general. It gets more contagious but less serious.
@ David Collins « Sun 9:19:49 am »
~Z~ wrote: good thinking Jeff L. Planning to get mine in Dec. Some goodish news on this new covid variant. While it might be even more contagious than Delta, effects are lessened, so less of a chance of getting hospitalized. That’s at least the info behind this one so far
that’s actually kinda good news, which means the virus is somewhat starting to die out
@ ~Z~ « Sun 8:47:30 am »
in south africa, far less likely to get hospitalized if vaccinated, so same deal with how it’s going here in the States
@ ~Z~ « Sun 8:43:19 am »
good thinking Jeff L. Planning to get mine in Dec. Some goodish news on this new covid variant. While it might be even more contagious than Delta, effects are lessened, so less of a chance of getting hospitalized. That's at least the info behind this one so far
@ AARR « Sun 8:35:25 am »
About 1-2" of good packing snow. Might get more later today.
@ AARR « Sun 7:11:28 am »
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