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    Quote Originally Posted by James48843 View Post
    Ok- so you are saying that the fact that half those who die are over 65 so itís ok. Got it.

    I donít necessarily agree with your point that those over 65 are going to die soon anyway, so there is no sense in trying to reduce their chance of dying- but hey, at least I understand your position.




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    I believe it is very rude to make assumptions like you just made. Nowhere did rangerray say in that statement that people over 65 were going to die soon anyway so it's okay. Are you a journalist, because that's the exact BS they have been putting out lately, on both sides. My take from that statement is that older folks, especially with underlying medical issues, should take extra precautions and those that are around them should to, for their benefit.

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    Just a quick note:

    Weíre now past 200,000 deaths in the US, and about to hit 7 million cases. Although there has been some progress, there are still no validated FDA approved treatments, and a vaccine solution is still some time away. This continues to look like a longer-term major impact on everything.

    Pray for doctors and scientists to continue to look for treatments and preventions; an end to PPE shortages and medical staff burnout. There still is a long way to go to get past all this-

    And take your vitamin D, wash your hands, and wear a mask!

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    Its pretty wild to me how little we still know about COVID-19, especially whether you can get re-infected or not. I never thought we would have a vaccine this year, but kind of surprised we still don't know if any treatment actually helps.

    Not to get political, but in PA, the court ruled the governor's limits on crowds (indoors and outdoors) was unconstitutional.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k0nkuzh0n View Post
    Its pretty wild to me how little we still know about COVID-19, especially whether you can get re-infected or not. I never thought we would have a vaccine this year, but kind of surprised we still don't know if any treatment actually helps.

    Not to get political, but in PA, the court ruled the governor's limits on crowds (indoors and outdoors) was unconstitutional.
    Then how come we can limit the number of people in a building under local fire codes? That's not unconstitutional. Maybe because it isn't a law??????
    May the force be with us.

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