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Re: Surgeon general says------ [Re: Bogmaster] #6949680
07/31/20 08:49 PM
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If the masks and face shields work then why did so many health care workers get sick while wearing them? Medical studies in the US and other countries have shown that Covid can aerosolize that means it moves on air currents freely and lands on everything.

How long until we are back to it being transferable from surfaces? Seems like we are just going in circles.

The object was to not swamp hospitals that hasn't happened, it was never possible to stop transmission.

So, if it is following a pattern the northern half of the country should expect to be hit around December, since cold weather will force many indoors as the hot weathers is doing now in the south. JMO

Re: Surgeon general says------ [Re: SNIPERB🦝] #6949697
07/31/20 08:55 PM
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Originally Posted by SNIPERB🦝
Originally Posted by Matt28
Why do they need blood for corona virus?

Red cross is always short on blood donations. Because of the virus fears, collection efforts have been hurt greatly. The people that have jobs or were essential worked didn't have time to donate blood and the people staying home didn't want to get out of the house.

Thanks. I was thinking that they needed the blood for the virus for some reason.

Re: Surgeon general says------ [Re: Bogmaster] #6949816
07/31/20 09:35 PM
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Also, most blood drives take place at schools and churches, both have been essentially closed since march in many areas.

Re: Surgeon general says------ [Re: Duckie1] #6949825
07/31/20 09:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Duckie1


How long until we are back to it being transferable from surfaces? Seems like we are just going in circles.

The object was to not swamp hospitals that hasn't happened, it was never possible to stop transmission.

So, if it is following a pattern the northern half of the country should expect to be hit around December, since cold weather will force many indoors as the hot weathers is doing now in the south. JMO


This^^^

...is whats gonna happen.....

Its not possible to stop transmission ^^^^^


Thank God For Your Blessings!

Re: Surgeon general says------ [Re: Bogmaster] #6949845
07/31/20 09:45 PM
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c atch 22 I haven't commented or even read all the responces------my reason my wifes health.At the moment ,the most pressing issue is her eye sight. the cataract on her right eye needs to be removed,her vision in that eye is very poor.The vision in her left eye has been compromised by the movement of the lens ,from the cataract surgery she had on that eye,5 years ago.The slippage of the lens has allowed a cloudiness condition to take place behind the lens.Stitches must be placed to keep the lens from slipping further,where it could actually move so far that the surgeon would have to search for it.He will then use a laser to remove the cloudiness,then the lens situation will be dealt with. After that eye has recovered ,the cataract will be removed from the other eye. I attend all of her doctors visits ,so between the two of us,we can get a better handle for what is going on. My wife is a voracious reader,right now she is having a real hard time not being able to do that at the level she was used to.
If that were her only health issue,life would be much easier,but it isn't.
I have to work on thimgs for the kids forum this evening. So it may be tomorrow before I respond to any hammering on here.
As I have said before,my wifes health is the main reason I have become so concerned with wearing a mask ,if it helps in any way from her contracting the virus I will do it. There is no way she would survive if she contracted it.
And after almost 46 years of putting up with me and my trapping addiction,she deserves everything I can do for her.
Tom


If my feet aren't wet,I must not be trapping.
Tom Olson
Re: Surgeon general says------ [Re: Bogmaster] #6949857
07/31/20 09:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Bogmaster
c atch 22 I haven't commented or even read all the responces------my reason my wifes health.At the moment ,the most pressing issue is her eye sight. the cataract on her right eye needs to be removed,her vision in that eye is very poor.The vision in her left eye has been compromised by the movement of the lens ,from the cataract surgery she had on that eye,5 years ago.The slippage of the lens has allowed a cloudiness condition to take place behind the lens.Stitches must be placed to keep the lens from slipping further,where it could actually move so far that the surgeon would have to search for it.He will then use a laser to remove the cloudiness,then the lens situation will be dealt with. After that eye has recovered ,the cataract will be removed from the other eye. I attend all of her doctors visits ,so between the two of us,we can get a better handle for what is going on. My wife is a voracious reader,right now she is having a real hard time not being able to do that at the level she was used to.
If that were her only health issue,life would be much easier,but it isn't.
I have to work on thimgs for the kids forum this evening. So it may be tomorrow before I respond to any hammering on here.
As I have said before,my wifes health is the main reason I have become so concerned with wearing a mask ,if it helps in any way from her contracting the virus I will do it. There is no way she would survive if she contracted it.
And after almost 46 years of putting up with me and my trapping addiction,she deserves everything I can do for her.
Tom

Stay safe Bogmaster. I would try everything i thought would help in your situation. Hope your wife gets better.


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Re: Surgeon general says------ [Re: Bogmaster] #6949945
07/31/20 10:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Bogmaster
Pete, wearing a mask while driving????? The thought has never crossed my mind,and why would it.
I do have glasses,so eyes are already protected.
Tom

How do you figure? If you breath in the virus particles, the glasses ensure they go right up your mask and into your eyes.


Right now I’m having amnesia and déjà vu at the same time. I think I’ve forgotten this before.
Re: Surgeon general says------ [Re: Bogmaster] #6949989
07/31/20 10:41 PM
07/31/20 10:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Bogmaster
c atch 22 I haven't commented or even read all the responces------my reason my wifes health.At the moment ,the most pressing issue is her eye sight. the cataract on her right eye needs to be removed,her vision in that eye is very poor.The vision in her left eye has been compromised by the movement of the lens ,from the cataract surgery she had on that eye,5 years ago.The slippage of the lens has allowed a cloudiness condition to take place behind the lens.Stitches must be placed to keep the lens from slipping further,where it could actually move so far that the surgeon would have to search for it.He will then use a laser to remove the cloudiness,then the lens situation will be dealt with. After that eye has recovered ,the cataract will be removed from the other eye. I attend all of her doctors visits ,so between the two of us,we can get a better handle for what is going on. My wife is a voracious reader,right now she is having a real hard time not being able to do that at the level she was used to.
If that were her only health issue,life would be much easier,but it isn't.
I have to work on thimgs for the kids forum this evening. So it may be tomorrow before I respond to any hammering on here.
As I have said before,my wifes health is the main reason I have become so concerned with wearing a mask ,if it helps in any way from her contracting the virus I will do it. There is no way she would survive if she contracted it.
And after almost 46 years of putting up with me and my trapping addiction,she deserves everything I can do for her.
Tom

Fellers like you Tom, really P me off. You wanna post and go blah blah blah and that's cool, but then. If your Ladies health is compromised then stop posting and focus on her as you should. Take care of your Lady, this is your thread, your the OP. I can not stand how you think but respect that you have to do what ya gotta do and I'm sure it's mutual. So, put her first and we can scratch each others eyeballs out later. I will pray y'all come out ok.


I wonder if tap dancers walk into a room, look at the floor, and think, I'd tap that. I wonder about things.....
Re: Surgeon general says------ [Re: Bogmaster] #6950024
07/31/20 10:52 PM
07/31/20 10:52 PM
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... there’s something very wrong with you catch


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Re: Surgeon general says------ [Re: Catch22] #6950039
07/31/20 10:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Catch22
Originally Posted by Bogmaster
c atch 22 I haven't commented or even read all the responces------my reason my wifes health.At the moment ,the most pressing issue is her eye sight. the cataract on her right eye needs to be removed,her vision in that eye is very poor.The vision in her left eye has been compromised by the movement of the lens ,from the cataract surgery she had on that eye,5 years ago.The slippage of the lens has allowed a cloudiness condition to take place behind the lens.Stitches must be placed to keep the lens from slipping further,where it could actually move so far that the surgeon would have to search for it.He will then use a laser to remove the cloudiness,then the lens situation will be dealt with. After that eye has recovered ,the cataract will be removed from the other eye. I attend all of her doctors visits ,so between the two of us,we can get a better handle for what is going on. My wife is a voracious reader,right now she is having a real hard time not being able to do that at the level she was used to.
If that were her only health issue,life would be much easier,but it isn't.
I have to work on thimgs for the kids forum this evening. So it may be tomorrow before I respond to any hammering on here.
As I have said before,my wifes health is the main reason I have become so concerned with wearing a mask ,if it helps in any way from her contracting the virus I will do it. There is no way she would survive if she contracted it.
And after almost 46 years of putting up with me and my trapping addiction,she deserves everything I can do for her.
Tom

Fellers like you Tom, really P me off. You wanna post and go blah blah blah and that's cool, but then. If your Ladies health is compromised then stop posting and focus on her as you should. Take care of your Lady, this is your thread, your the OP. I can not stand how you think but respect that you have to do what ya gotta do and I'm sure it's mutual. So, put her first and we can scratch each others eyeballs out later. I will pray y'all come out ok.


...... and sleepy face next to catch22’s name ... very convenient


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Re: Surgeon general says------ [Re: Bogmaster] #6950104
07/31/20 11:55 PM
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Bogmaster Tom, I understand just how you feel.

I am exactly the same way for my V. N. veteran , and do anything to keep health and vigor my primary concern. I have a soft place in my heart for all veterans , and those generations , regardless.

All my best to you and yours . Needed doc appointments still need to carry on in progress , and they can .

Re: Surgeon general says------ [Re: Sharon] #6950375
08/01/20 10:32 AM
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I am fortunate to live within 30 miles of a Blood Center of WI or now Versiti blood center. I give a triple unit of platelets monthly now. For several years while working full time I gave a triple twice per month. Yes many drives are from during the day at the designated sites. but the center has flexible hours that allow donations if you plan your donations. I had open heart surgery to replace a defective aortic valve but the surgeon was able to get me able to give again as the material used was a piece of bovine pericardium. If you want to give blood you can find a way that works for you. I started giving when I was 19 and have for the last 54 years when I could. With three surgeries I had about 2 years when I could not give out of those years, and yes when I give I am required to wear a mask so that may be a detraction for some.

Bryce

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