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SneakyWaff1es
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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N95 masks with exhalation valves will protect the wearer
Only if the wearer has been fitted.
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Due to the shortages of medical PPE some nurses have been using the N95s with valves.
You're going to have to show me that. I don't believe hospitals are letting healthcare professionals wear those things.


Whiznot
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
My N95 mask didn't need fitting.


Whiznot
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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You're going to have to show me that. I don't believe hospitals are letting healthcare professionals wear those things.

I've seen nurses with N95s with valves a number of times. Twice I saw a doctor in some COVID ward wearing a 3M P100 respirator with a valve. I own that same model.


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VoxDawg
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
May 6 Two Minute Warning:



May 8 Two Minute Warning/Cameras Rolling:



VoxDawg
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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that number is bs but I don't know the actual number


Because we have other morbidity issues comingled in and rebranded as COVID-19 deaths.


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dawgfan24348
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
God you anti mask people sure love buying into conspiracy theories

Imagine being that stupid that you actually think everyone in the world is working against your dear leader


deeprig9
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
Did you grow up without a father?


VoxDawg
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
Where did I attempt to defend Trump in that post?

PS - just labeling something a conspiracy theory as the facts consistently trend in favor of said "theory" doesn't disprove a bit of it.


VoxDawg
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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Did you grow up without a father?


Guaranteed on his shelf:



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dawgfan24348
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
You've been trying to imply that masks are useless and the virus is a big nothing. These are pretty common amongst the Trumpkins who I've dealt with time and time again


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deeprig9
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
Years ago, are you the guy who had a rare protein allergy?


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VoxDawg
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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You've been trying to imply that masks are useless and the virus is a big nothing.


Your reading comprehension leaves much to be desired, and you're embarrassing other Dawg fans.

The virus is real.

The panic is entirely ginned up, given the fact that 99.5% of those infected with COVID-19 go on to recover and they're fine.

Those who do succumb while testing positive for the virus are being listed as fatalities of the virus, whether or not COVID-19 actually contributed to their death.

Either that, or they have myriad co-morbidities to the point of being knocked over with a feather, and it's anyone's guess as to what actually killed them.

Arguably, the annual flu strain is more deadly because we have on average 80k deaths each year, and that's with a vaccine. Logic would dictate that there would be more fatalities without one, which is where we are with COVID-19.

You have a parade of astrices following testing paperwork, citing that any number of things could trigger a false positive, including COVID-19 antibodies, other coronaviruses, the flu or the common cold.

Now the latest narrative has shifted away from the death count (as people wake up to the reality that they're being had by the MSM), they now trumpet raw positive test numbers in an effort to regain the hysteria narrative.

This push for mail-in voting alone should show you that it's the real crux of the issue, not dealing with the virus.

Besides, if a mask will keep you safe as you're out and about in "our new normal," then it will protect you to vote in person.


Whiznot
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
The virus is real. Everything else that you wrote is nonsense.


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dawgfan24348
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Cumming, Georgia
Member since Oct 2011
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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given the fact that 99.5% of those infected with COVID-19 go on to recover and they're fine.

You're going to need to back that up even if a person survives Covid there's a chance they could have other issues down the line

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it's anyone's guess as to what actually killed them.


Even if Covid doesn't directly kill you it can trigger something else that can also kill you.

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Arguably, the annual flu strain is more deadly

You're just assuming that regardless right now we have no vaccine so as of now Covid is deadlier
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This push for mail-in voting alone should show you that it's the real crux of the issue, not dealing with the virus.


Or maybe it's just to keep people from interacting with each other. I don't understand this entire conspiracy theory that Trump voters have propped up. Yall should be far more worried about Trump losing in all the polls then mail in voting
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if a mask will keep you safe as you're out and about in "our new normal," then it will protect you to vote in person.

Less people crowded together, less chance of it getting spread. Now we can talk about the hypocrisy of the whole issue with protests but that has more to do with identity politics and not denying people their constitutional right


SneakyWaff1es
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Member since Nov 2012
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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My N95 mask didn't need fitting.
You want to know why no one can take you seriously?


dawgfan24348
Atlanta Braves Fan
Cumming, Georgia
Member since Oct 2011
39332 posts

re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
I didn't have to be fitted for my mask either


SneakyWaff1es
Georgia Fan
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
How do you know if it's working?

Edit: There seems to be bunch of n95 wearing dick bags that don't understand how things work. This should help you dolts understand why they need you need to be fit tested for one.
OSHA
This post was edited on 7/23 at 5:11 pm


Broncothor
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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How do you know if it's working?


If the business that requires a mask lets you in, it works.


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Griffindawg
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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God you anti mask people sure love buying into conspiracy theories Imagine being that stupid that you actually think everyone in the world is working against your dear leader


Imagine thinking bc that politicians and people in the media have your best interest in mind and would never tell you a lie... I remember when I was stupid...


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VoxDawg
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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denying people their constitutional right


There is no "Constitutional right" to vote for President. States must choose electors, and currently all 50 do that via individual popular vote, but to argue that there is a Constitutional right to do so is the height of foolishness, but at least you're consistent.

Don't believe me? Consult SCOTUS in Bush v. Gore 2000.

No one is arguing that social distancing isn't a good idea at polling places, but if you're going to go all-in on the mask talisman, the either you're forced to acknowledge that mask+social distancing works, or it doesn't.

If they do, then there's zero reason for lockdown.

If they don't, then it's a fool's errand to insist that everyone wear one.


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