- Jul 17, 2003
As far as I know, my son may not have been exposed at all because the lower floor residents were not required to quarantine. The lower floor residents were not within contact of the maintenance workers or residents on the upper floors. I dont think its safe to get tested because it is an indoor facility and if you were not exposed prior to testing you may be exposed while testing.I would hope your son can get tested, as well as the antibody check as well to see if would be cleared to come home... my thoughts are with you.
Tuesday last week my boss had to leave to go help a friend because his wife died due to covid, then the next day my colleague had to leave because his aunt passed away also... It really hits home when it happens to people you know.
That's sad James. Those poor children have no choice but to be exposed to the virus because of a parent''s stupidity. I know that sounds rude but I am frustrated about this whole pandemic thing.So about 2 weeks ago, some of the families from my son's school were having parties/vacation for the last holiday... well one of those kids were in school and started to get a headache and a fever... It's one of those hate to be right moment... if this is covid then everyone will be home ... which it should have been in the first place.
In addition I would like to add that in my mom's building three residents are currently infected with the virus and they all use the same elevator! My mom is elder and is incapable of using the stairs and has no choice but to use the same elevator as all other residents. I am concerned that she may get trapped in a crowded elivator and wind up exposed to the virus.That's sad James. Those poor children have no choice but to be exposed to the virus because of a parent''s stupidity. I know that sounds rude but I am frustrated about this whole pandemic thing.
Until he shows us the test results, I don't believe it.U.S. President Donald Trump, Melania Trump test positive for coronavirus
Overall, they estimate that the use of masks probably dropped the infection rate in Ontario by somewhere between 20-40 percent.
From the start, public health officials said that the social restrictions were needed to control the infection rate so that testing and contact tracing could be effective at keeping the pandemic in check. Data from the pandemic has only served to indicate that this initial advice was exactly right. The United States' response, however, has been to lift the restrictions before the infection rate was controlled and to limit testing sufficiently to make contact tracing nearly impossible.
As an added bonus, the country has made some of the possible alternative ways of limiting the pandemic, such as the use of protective masks, a political issue.
So while the papers give us some indication of what will be needed to keep the United States from seeing the pandemic continue to spread out of control, they also serve to highlight how we've done pretty much everything wrong.
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