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    As the US heads to 1% of the population catching. It does make me wonder what the average hospital bill will be.
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    Question: if you do those voluntary tests and then test positive but asymptomatic, does that mean you’re in isolation for 14 days and now being watched? Because it doesn’t really go away if you’re asymptomatic. Does it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flipstah View Post
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    Question: if you do those voluntary tests and then test positive but asymptomatic, does that mean you’re in isolation for 14 days and now being watched? Because it doesn’t really go away if you’re asymptomatic. Does it?
    Yes, certainly. Because you are still transmitting it to others even if you are asymptomatic. Yes, you're transmitting is less because you're not a mucous coated, sneezing mess, but still. The isolation period is a bit shorter - maybe 10 days?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flipstah View Post
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    Question: if you do those voluntary tests and then test positive but asymptomatic, does that mean you’re in isolation for 14 days and now being watched? Because it doesn’t really go away if you’re asymptomatic. Does it?
    I’m pretty sure the secret Police come at night to euthanize you so the doctors can all share your remains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flipstah View Post
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    Question: if you do those voluntary tests and then test positive but asymptomatic, does that mean you’re in isolation for 14 days and now being watched? Because it doesn’t really go away if you’re asymptomatic. Does it?
    RIPstah

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    Toronto is ugly, in many different ways.

    'Dangerous and selfish behaviour': Thousands gather in Toronto's Trinity Bellwoods despite concerning COVID-19 trends in Ontario
    https://ca.news.yahoo.com/hundreds-g...003230974.html


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    Definitely surprised by that. There are no angles here right? Lol definitely no social distancing.
    @flipstah you start an asymptomatic club and bring in the ladies for selfie isolation

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    This picture tells a lot with respect to age demographics.

    Yeah, I know we've all be cooped up far more and far longer than we'd like but scenes like this are not going to help flatten any curve. Then again, maybe they've all had the virus already.

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    I've said it before, but this virus is much less negative for people in the 18-50 demographic. It's not surprising if that group takes fewer precautions.
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    Besides, the governments going to pay me if I get sick, right?

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    Does Toronto not have many parks? Like here I expect Prince's island to always be busy but if I go to any other park in the inner city is quite quiet. Why the fuck would you see that crowd and go oh hey let's try to find a spot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tik-Tok View Post
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    Besides, the governments going to pay me if I get sick, right?
    Maybe more than your regular job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Maybe more than your regular job!
    No way. He makes at least $20/hour. He rich.

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    Nose Hill was busy and 17th looks like a normal day. What’s a pandemic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jutes View Post
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    Toronto is ugly, in many different ways.

    'Dangerous and selfish behaviour': Thousands gather in Toronto's Trinity Bellwoods despite concerning COVID-19 trends in Ontario
    https://ca.news.yahoo.com/hundreds-g...003230974.html

    Herd immunity?

    As in you can't ticket us all? lol

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    https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/pol...-data-n1202086

    Everyone is in on the truth coverup now.
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    Herd immunity isn't coming for a long time. Even if you assume unreported 10x the current confirmed rates, its a *long* way to get to 60%.

    Young people though, mostly immortal. They kind of lucked out that its not like the 1918 Flu which took out 28 year olds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Rural_Juror View Post
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    No way. He makes at least $20/hour. He rich.
    You have no idea how good $20/hr sounds right now. lol


    Here is a really interesting article on how the virus spreads and where you're most likely to catch it, based on actual cases (hint: note the HVAC airflow in restaurants and sit upstream ):

    https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/...ng-virus-germs

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    Quote Originally Posted by duaner View Post
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    You have no idea how good $20/hr sounds right now. lol


    Here is a really interesting article on how the virus spreads and where you're most likely to catch it, based on actual cases (hint: note the HVAC airflow in restaurants and sit upstream ):

    https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/...ng-virus-germs
    That was a good read! Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duaner View Post
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    You have no idea how good $20/hr sounds right now. lol
    You must be new to this thread. Please allow Sir ExtraSlow to show you around. It is a nice thread. People are friendly in here.

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