Old 11th October 2020, 15:39   #81
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The numbers are rapidly rising in the Netherlands. Next tuesday new rules will be announced by the goverment.
It won't surprise me that we are going in lockdown.
It seems to go south in the entire world at the moment as the number of infected people is climbing instead of dropping.

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Old 11th October 2020, 15:51   #82
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We're expecting new lockdown restrictions in the UK tomorrow from news reports as our numbers are rising rapidly. They took us out of lockdown to early first time around.
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Old 13th October 2020, 21:41   #83
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I was tested last saturday, thankfully the result was negative, just a 'regular' flu.


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Old 15th October 2020, 04:14   #84
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^good joke. Humor can be seen as either sacrilege or a necessary coping mechanism. Luckily our small town has relatively few cases that show up rather infrequently. I hope it stays at a point where the numbers are low enough where our local hospitals aren't overloaded like the more populated areas.

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Old 19th October 2020, 04:51   #85
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Greetings and good cheer to all. I try to keep a safe distance and wear a mask at all times, these are difficult times but we will get through
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Old 1st November 2020, 15:00   #86
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MEH! We're about to go into another Month long lockdown in the UK.

The Virus is still on the Increase here. They came out of the original lockdown far to too early but that's capitalism for you.
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Old 1st November 2020, 18:23   #87
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MEH! We're about to go into another Month long lockdown in the UK.

The Virus is still on the Increase here. They came out of the original lockdown far to too early but that's capitalism for you.

on the threshold of full lockdown here, goverment is still not in agreement about going into a full lockdown , there unsure about the effect on the economy.

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Old 11th November 2020, 05:16   #88
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We hit 130,000 cases today in the United States. We're in a pretty big surge here. (source)


We're at over 10 million total cases here in the US with nearly 238,000 deaths. (source)


So far, cases have been relatively low locally as far as I know, but I'm being careful anyway. We live in a rural area, so that helps tremendously.



I am still required to work in person at a school. We're still only allowing half the students to attend at a time to allow for social distancing and reduced exposure if it comes to our building. I think that it seems to be a working compromise for now. If local numbers change, we could go back to all students in at once, or we could go full remote learning.


We have been watching this map for guidance:
https://wvde.us/school-reentry-metrics-protocols/

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Europe isn't doing any better. Maybe this would be the time to learn from South Korea or Taiwan?
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Europe isn't doing any better. Maybe this would be the time to learn from South Korea or Taiwan?

Depends on where you are in Europe, Me nothern parts of the Netherlands and in my town there are hardly any people having the virus.
If you goto the big city areas of any major country you will find that the virus is going strong there due to the fact that keeping distance isn't possible.

If i go out with our dog on a saturdaynight at 10 pm i hardly see anyone out on the street.
I can even hear the planes going over us , very high in the sky.

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144,270 today in the US. Holy shit. I wish I could hide those of you in more populated areas here in this remote area until this thing was over. You'd have to bring your own toilet paper though. I still see shortages from time to time around here and we only really buy enough for what we need so that we're not contributing to the shortages. You could work remotely here since the internet connection is relatively strong and reliable and there aren't too many distractions. Plus, I was just given a four pack of Guinness cans. First come first serve if you leave me one for Saturday.

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I love how the conclusion is at page 10 of 96.

TL;DR - the only constant thing in life should be change itself. if you don't change, you're not a constant thing in life.

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That's how a lot of scientific papers are organized. The summary including conclusion comes first, followed by the fine grained data/analysis/argument that lead to it.
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Only thing that this virus has done for me is change the traffic patterns in my commute to and from work. I'm an "essential" worker as I put surgical packs together.

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Only thing that this virus has done for me is change the traffic patterns in my commute to and from work.

same here, i don't commute anymore since march and work from home.
Saves me 15 hours a week.

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I have heard a lot of people asking, "Are we 'essential,' or are we 'sacrificial'?" I'm not sure whether I agree or disagree with the sentiment behind the statement; I guess it depends on the job description and level of exposure. It sure helps to understand how some people are feeling through this though, whether it is a serious consideration or not.



My immediate family, only three people: wife, daughter, and I, spent the USA holiday Thanksgiving today without hosting a crowd of extended family members the way we normally do. We're used to both sets of parents, siblings and their kids, etc. Kinda odd with just the three of us this time. Many of our family members are "high risk" due to age, underlying health conditions, hot-spot home locations, or all of the above, so we're not hosting a big event like we normally would. Phone calls and video chat helped though, and I think that overall everyone is still able to enjoy the holiday. We're still able to be thankful for quite a lot. It's my favorite holiday of the year, and remains so even during these times. I'm thankful for the Winamp Forum community for sure, and I'm sure it has decades to go before it disappears completely.

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Thanks Ted, good to hear you had a good Thanksgiving. Here in the Netherlands the holiday season hasn't started yet, the 5th of december we start off with Sinterklaas (the original Santa Claus: a bearded man with presents for the kids ). Numbers of contaminations are kinda stable but still too high, but since I pretty much work and live in isolation these days I feel it's safe to pay my parents a visit. We'll see how it goes with christmas...

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