COVID-19 Megathread 6: Return of the Omicron

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Frere Jackie, Frere Jackie:
Someone reading this thread would be very confused by sudden the D-CO change if they didn’t pay attention to the usernames.

jamestroll:
Quote from: The Bug Paste Box vs. The Ballot Box on August 09, 2022, 11:51:45 AM

Quote from: jimmie the omicron inhaler on July 29, 2022, 07:15:46 PM

Many school districts are reinstituting MASK mandates as the school year is about to start. Sad.





So are the national parks.

END THE NATIONAL PARK MASK MANDATE! BURN YOUR MASK! It is not a MASK it is a MUZZLE





Yes... BBUUURRRNNNN THEM ...

It's my birthday today and it would have been a great present if Biden announced a ban on mask mandates nation wide for my birthday .

I know Utah national parks are requiring masks sadly.

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Quote from: jimmie the omicron inhaler on August 09, 2022, 05:33:10 PM

Quote from: The Bug Paste Box vs. The Ballot Box on August 09, 2022, 11:51:45 AM

Quote from: jimmie the omicron inhaler on July 29, 2022, 07:15:46 PM

Many school districts are reinstituting MASK mandates as the school year is about to start. Sad.





So are the national parks.

END THE NATIONAL PARK MASK MANDATE! BURN YOUR MASK! It is not a MASK it is a MUZZLE





Yes... BBUUURRRNNNN THEM ...

It's my birthday today and it would have been a great present if Biden announced a ban on mask mandates nation wide for my birthday .

I know Utah national parks are requiring masks sadly.



The airplane mask mandate got lifted on my birthday.  I believe the National Parks one is tied to the CDC level in the county.  I was super lucky that the weekend I went to Saint Louis (the Arch is actually a National Park) was during the one week since mid-June that St. Louis was in "yellow" instead of "red".

I actually think this Thursday's update is going to see a lot of red counties go down to yellow, with cases falling nationwide, so I wouldn't assume that places will stay that way.

jamestroll:
Quote from: America Needs Jesus Christ on August 09, 2022, 05:54:21 PM

Quote from: jimmie the omicron inhaler on August 09, 2022, 05:33:10 PM

Quote from: The Bug Paste Box vs. The Ballot Box on August 09, 2022, 11:51:45 AM

Quote from: jimmie the omicron inhaler on July 29, 2022, 07:15:46 PM

Many school districts are reinstituting MASK mandates as the school year is about to start. Sad.





So are the national parks.

END THE NATIONAL PARK MASK MANDATE! BURN YOUR MASK! It is not a MASK it is a MUZZLE





Yes... BBUUURRRNNNN THEM ...

It's my birthday today and it would have been a great present if Biden announced a ban on mask mandates nation wide for my birthday .

I know Utah national parks are requiring masks sadly.



The airplane mask mandate got lifted on my birthday.  I believe the National Parks one is tied to the CDC level in the county.  I was super lucky that the weekend I went to Saint Louis (the Arch is actually a National Park) was during the one week since mid-June that St. Louis was in "orange" instead of "red".

I actually think this Thursday's update is going to see a lot of red counties go down to orange, with cases falling nationwide, so I wouldn't assume that places will stay that way.



The arch being a national park is bullsh**t. There are places in Missouri that would qualify as national parks, but not the damn Arch, and I am a native St. Louisian.

On the days St. Louis was flooding, the post dispatch had stories about covid in the area.

jamestroll:
Like I said closing schools was bullsh**t.

But I understand why many liberals were concerned about kids getting sick with covid. People naturally want to watch out for kids. But the school closing hysteria was not backed by science!

Between teachers of Virginia, unemployment workers, DMV workers, etc.. the biggest shock to me of Virginia was it having ridiculous and horribly government employees. Wouldn't have expected it in a state like that.

https://www.dailypress.net/news/local-news/2022/08/i-didnt-really-learn-anything-covid-grads-face-college/

Quote

Algebra got little of his attention, but his teachers kept giving him good grades amid a school-wide push for leniency.

“It was like school was optional. It wasn’t a mandatory thing,” said Hope, 18, of Milwaukee. “I feel like I didn’t really learn anything.”

learning math and science online.. lol.......... will not work.

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