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olddawg26
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
Why does distancing and masks have to either work or not work 100%? Can they help?



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


There is nothing adjustable in the Gateway 80101 N95 PeakFit mask. The outside area around the nose is molded firm and the inside nose area is form-fitting.

Perhaps you need help putting on a mask. I'll give you a hint--it doesn't belong on your dick.


SneakyWaff1es
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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There is nothing adjustable in the Gateway 80101 N95 PeakFit mask
Correct. Which is why you need to be test fitted to see if it is actually working. I posted a link for you but you're too busy trying to be right to read it and you're too stupid to see why something that isn't adjustable may not fit.


SneakyWaff1es
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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Can they help?
They absolutely help but mostly if it's the sick person wearing it.


olddawg26
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
Right. So when someone says masks can either work and polling places should be open, or they don’t work at all so no one should wear them, that’s a pretty weak argument no?


SneakyWaff1es
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
Yeah, it's a stupid argument. But I don't think they should be mandatory. I've had a lot of direct contact with COVID-19 patients at work (I have PPE on there) and haven't had it. I didn't wear a mask in public until it was mandatory. I just refrain from standing on top of people and I wash/sanitize my hands a lot. This isn't rocket surgery. No one needs an N95 to go to the store. No one needs to wear gloves to the store. A cloth mask or a paper mask are sufficient for what the CDC is trying to accomplish but it's just one part of it.


olddawg26
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
Was just making sure vox was as crazy as he sounded in that comment.


SneakyWaff1es
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
Most of these people are either crazy, retarded or trolls.


olddawg26
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
I’d like to think I’m a trolling retard


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SneakyWaff1es
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
You and me both.


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dawgfan24348
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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There is no "Constitutional right" to vote for President.

Never said there was, please read again
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either you're forced to acknowledge that mask+social distancing works, or it doesn't.

Literally the only ones who are saying it doesn't are those on the right
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then there's zero reason for lockdown.


Well maybe if we didn't have anti mask protesters and other idiots we wouldn't need one. Point being is a lot of Americans are too stupid to even put on a mask


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Whiznot
Georgia Fan
Albany, GA
Member since Oct 2013
5027 posts

re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
As I breathe the mask tells me that it fits because inhales and exhales aren't escaping, they are going through the material.

Does OSHA also fit your pants?


SneakyWaff1es
Georgia Fan
Member since Nov 2012
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
You just can't stop being stupid.


deeprig9
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
fun fact-

Since July 15, more people in GA have been hospitalized with covid-19 than in the whole month of April.

Not good.



And the running rolling average of positive test results is still in the 11% range, almost double the early June % when we were in the trough of this double peak. Showing no signs of slowing, which is discouraging.

This is a different animal than the pussy virus we dealt with the first time around.


Whiznot
Georgia Fan
Albany, GA
Member since Oct 2013
5027 posts

re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
The change was in people's behavior, not the virus.


deeprig9
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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The change was in people's behavior, not the virus.


I think that's more anecdotal. My anecdote, from my observations in my immediate community, is that more people are wearing masks recently than in March and April. It is my observation that most people are still working from home, and most kids are still not in schools/daycares. Is this different in your area?


S1C EM
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Athens, GA
Member since Nov 2007
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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fun fact-

Since July 15, more people in GA have been hospitalized with covid-19 than in the whole month of April.

Not good.



And the running rolling average of positive test results is still in the 11% range, almost double the early June % when we were in the trough of this double peak. Showing no signs of slowing, which is discouraging.

This is a different animal than the pussy virus we dealt with the first time around.



Don't know why it isn't being reported, but as of yesterday, both Piedmont Athens and St. Mary's were at capacity and diverting new COVID patients. One doctor who often works with the doc that my wife works for attempted to find a bed for two of their patients yesterday and was turned away by 15 other hospitals.



deeprig9
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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One doctor who often works with the doc that my wife works for



eh.


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Don't know why it isn't being reported


WSB headline this morning is Kemp re-opening GWCC for patients, so there is reporting on the big picture. Maybe not specific hospitals being reported on.





Whiznot
Georgia Fan
Albany, GA
Member since Oct 2013
5027 posts

re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
I haven't been in any bars but I know that a lot of young people have been. When our state opened many people dropped their guard for a while.

The experts that I've found most credible, like Michael Osterholm, always reported that we were in for a long haul.

I hope that the quick and easy at home saliva tests get here soon. Schools and people with children need to be protected better than they are right now.


deeprig9
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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Schools need to be protected better than they are right now.


They're closed. Can you state your position more clearly? Because I'm confused.


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