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The latest one is a Tory who went to California TWICE since March to do housework on a vacation home.
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I had to close my business from December 26 until January 23.
I've agreed to pay my staff for that time instead of laying them off again.
My Provincial government is giving me $20,000 dollars to help with the shutdowns.
I'm skeptical that this latest shutdown will suffice.
Last year I put stricter measures in place than the government demanded for my kind of business and this year I will find ways to tighten them.
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TOS posted wrote: us vaccine rollout is already a disaster

How badly are we doing? In September, President Trump promised 100 million vaccinations by the end of the year. As a country, we have only 40 million doses, and had aimed, according to Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar, to vaccinate 20 million by year-end. That’s bad enough. But we have administered only 2 million of those — barely 10 percent of the goal. At this rate, achieving sufficient vaccination to reach herd immunity and bring the pandemic to a close in the U.S. will take about seven years. In Israel, they are vaccinating about one percent of the population each day, meaning the full program of population-wide vaccination will be done by this March

You gotta scratch your head when you see this after realizing that just over half a century prior we kicked in the teeth and eliminated the deadly Polio virus within a year. I don't think Covid will ever get eliminated, they [inept Congress] would have to pass a bill mandating the vaccination to anyone who didn't already test positive.

Even IF that were to happen the populace is filled with idiotic antivaxxers. Covid will just mutate within the populace that can become infected still and than we'll have another pandemic on our hands and it'll be a yearly thing because of those midgets.

It has already demonstrated it is capable of adapting relatively quickly, with the Denmark mink strain that had an actual competent government (that actually protected it's people like a government is suppose to do) prevented the spread of that strain (seriously if that were in the US, government would've gone think about all that $$$ those poor business would loose, we can't do a massive cull off, and than that human waste would've spread), and now this new UK strain.
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I actually think we can get rid of COVID. We're going to have to mandate the vaccine for everyone, and yes, I think it's doable. Damn the consequences and damn the antivaxxers.
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Welp, the UK is in another lockdown… :(

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-55538937

Everyone in England must stay at home except for permitted reasons during a new coronavirus lockdown beginning at midnight, Boris Johnson has announced.

All schools and colleges will close to most pupils and switch to remote learning until the middle of February.

In a televised address, the PM urged people to follow the rules immediately amid surging cases and patient numbers.

He said those in the top four priority groups would receive a first vaccine dose by mid-February.

Speaking from Downing Street, Mr Johnson said the weeks ahead would be the "hardest yet".

But he added that he believed the country was entering "the last phase of the struggle".

  • People cannot leave their homes except for certain reasons, like the first lockdown last March
  • These include essential medical needs, food shopping, exercise and work for those who cannot do so from home
  • All schools and colleges will close to most pupils from Tuesday with remote learning until February half term
  • Early years settings such as nurseries will stay open
  • End-of-year exams will not take place this summer as normal
  • Elsewhere, university students should not return to campuses and will be taught online
  • Restaurants can continue to offer delivery for food, but takeaway alcohol will be banned
  • Outdoor sports venues - such as golf courses, tennis courts and outside gyms - must close
  • Amateur team sports are not allowed, but elite sport such as Premier League football can continue

Those who are clinically extremely vulnerable will be contacted by letter and should now shield once more, Mr Johnson said.

Support and childcare bubbles will continue under the new measures - and people can meet one person from another household for outdoor exercise.

The government has published a 22-page document outlining the new rules in detail.

Mr Johnson spoke after UK chief medical officers recommended the Covid threat level be increased to five - its highest level.

They warned of a "material risk of healthcare services being overwhelmed" in several areas over the next 21 days.

Level five means the NHS may soon be unable to handle a further sustained rise in cases, the medical officers said in a joint statement.

NHS Providers, which represents health service trusts, say hospitals are at a "critical point" and that "immediate and decisive action" is needed.

A new variant - first identified in Kent and since seen across the UK and other parts of the world - has been found to spread much more easily than earlier variants.

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Announcing tougher measures in Scotland, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said: "It is no exaggeration to say that I am more concerned about the situation we face now than I have been at any time since March last year."

The new restrictions in Scotland mean it will be a legal requirement to stay at home except for certain essential purposes, similar to the first lockdown last March. Schools will be closed to pupils until February.

In Wales, all schools and colleges will move to online learning until at least 18 January.

Mr Johnson's pledge on vaccinations comes after an 82-year-old retired maintenance manager became the first person in the UK to receive the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 jab.

The new target to vaccinate all those in the top four priority groups with at least one dose of a vaccine by mid-February covers everyone in England over the age of 70 and people of any age who are clinically extremely vulnerable.
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Why would takeaway alcohol be banned?
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They’re closing down all workplace break rooms in Santa Clara county. I have to eat my lunch outside at 10p or 1a
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In your car?
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Unfortunately, that’s the only option. The problem I have is that there’s limited time, it’s unsafe and I have beige interior.
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justine posted wrote: Unfortunately, that’s the only option. The problem I have is that there’s limited time, it’s unsafe and I have beige interior.


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it's not funny
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ukimalefu posted wrote:
justine posted wrote: Unfortunately, that’s the only option. The problem I have is that there’s limited time, it’s unsafe and I have beige interior.


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sorry

it's not funny

Yes it is! I need something like that!
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justine posted wrote:
ukimalefu posted wrote:
justine posted wrote: Unfortunately, that’s the only option. The problem I have is that there’s limited time, it’s unsafe and I have beige interior.


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;)

sorry

it's not funny

Yes it is! I need something like that!


oh, ok

here are some amazon results for "steering wheel tray"

https://www.amazon.com/steering-wheel-t ... wheel+tray
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"Collectible gold mask" (they make it in silver too)

Sometimes I think the world deserves the pandemic.

The metalsmith told the outlet that his silver masks are pure 999-carat and don’t contain any copper or nickel coating. They weigh less than a tenth of a pound (20 grams) and cost about $200. The gold masks, on the other hand, also weigh less than a tenth of a pound (25 grams) and cost about $2,700.


I don't think the unit for silver is "carat", but whatever.

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Yori posted wrote: Welp, the UK is in another lockdown… :(

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-55538937

Everyone in England must stay at home except for permitted reasons during a new coronavirus lockdown beginning at midnight, Boris Johnson has announced.

All schools and colleges will close to most pupils and switch to remote learning until the middle of February.

In a televised address, the PM urged people to follow the rules immediately amid surging cases and patient numbers.

He said those in the top four priority groups would receive a first vaccine dose by mid-February.

Speaking from Downing Street, Mr Johnson said the weeks ahead would be the "hardest yet".

But he added that he believed the country was entering "the last phase of the struggle".

  • People cannot leave their homes except for certain reasons, like the first lockdown last March
  • These include essential medical needs, food shopping, exercise and work for those who cannot do so from home
  • All schools and colleges will close to most pupils from Tuesday with remote learning until February half term
  • Early years settings such as nurseries will stay open
  • End-of-year exams will not take place this summer as normal
  • Elsewhere, university students should not return to campuses and will be taught online
  • Restaurants can continue to offer delivery for food, but takeaway alcohol will be banned
  • Outdoor sports venues - such as golf courses, tennis courts and outside gyms - must close
  • Amateur team sports are not allowed, but elite sport such as Premier League football can continue

Those who are clinically extremely vulnerable will be contacted by letter and should now shield once more, Mr Johnson said.

Support and childcare bubbles will continue under the new measures - and people can meet one person from another household for outdoor exercise.

The government has published a 22-page document outlining the new rules in detail.

Mr Johnson spoke after UK chief medical officers recommended the Covid threat level be increased to five - its highest level.

They warned of a "material risk of healthcare services being overwhelmed" in several areas over the next 21 days.

Level five means the NHS may soon be unable to handle a further sustained rise in cases, the medical officers said in a joint statement.

NHS Providers, which represents health service trusts, say hospitals are at a "critical point" and that "immediate and decisive action" is needed.

A new variant - first identified in Kent and since seen across the UK and other parts of the world - has been found to spread much more easily than earlier variants.

Image

Announcing tougher measures in Scotland, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said: "It is no exaggeration to say that I am more concerned about the situation we face now than I have been at any time since March last year."

The new restrictions in Scotland mean it will be a legal requirement to stay at home except for certain essential purposes, similar to the first lockdown last March. Schools will be closed to pupils until February.

In Wales, all schools and colleges will move to online learning until at least 18 January.

Mr Johnson's pledge on vaccinations comes after an 82-year-old retired maintenance manager became the first person in the UK to receive the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 jab.

The new target to vaccinate all those in the top four priority groups with at least one dose of a vaccine by mid-February covers everyone in England over the age of 70 and people of any age who are clinically extremely vulnerable.


jesus christ i had no idea the lockdown was so extreme

you see this in so many western countries ... they dick around until the virus gets out of control, then impose extreme lockdown

happened next door in quebec, where they've shrugged the whole thing off, but now the're closing everything, even imposing a curfew

there's something about the governance of the industrialized west that's just disastrous; developing and asian countries are doing so much better on covid than we are
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This is what happens when adults are in charge.
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Thanks, Uki!

Now, i'm trying to figure out the logistics as in what to bring to work. Probably nothing with a red sauce. The easiest thing is sandwiches, but i gave up bread for the most part. Not 100%, but mostly. I guess i can try sandwiches on sandwich thins. Fast food is also an option, but not preferable. I'm sure i'll work things out.
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If they didn't mock the rest of the world enough already with their action on gun control the year previous. Thanks New Zealand
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justine posted wrote: Thanks, Uki!

Now, i'm trying to figure out the logistics as in what to bring to work. Probably nothing with a red sauce. The easiest thing is sandwiches, but i gave up bread for the most part. Not 100%, but mostly. I guess i can try sandwiches on sandwich thins. Fast food is also an option, but not preferable. I'm sure i'll work things out.


I like to put together a couple dozen burritos at a time and freeze them. :)
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jkahless posted wrote:
justine posted wrote: Thanks, Uki!

Now, i'm trying to figure out the logistics as in what to bring to work. Probably nothing with a red sauce. The easiest thing is sandwiches, but i gave up bread for the most part. Not 100%, but mostly. I guess i can try sandwiches on sandwich thins. Fast food is also an option, but not preferable. I'm sure i'll work things out.


I like to put together a couple dozen burritos at a time and freeze them. :)

I eat a burrito maybe once every couple of years. :D
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justine posted wrote:
jkahless posted wrote:
justine posted wrote: Thanks, Uki!

Now, i'm trying to figure out the logistics as in what to bring to work. Probably nothing with a red sauce. The easiest thing is sandwiches, but i gave up bread for the most part. Not 100%, but mostly. I guess i can try sandwiches on sandwich thins. Fast food is also an option, but not preferable. I'm sure i'll work things out.


I like to put together a couple dozen burritos at a time and freeze them. :)

I eat a burrito maybe once every couple of years. :D

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I miss cheap, easy-to-find burritos...
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Me too
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justine posted wrote:
jkahless posted wrote:
justine posted wrote: Thanks, Uki!

Now, i'm trying to figure out the logistics as in what to bring to work. Probably nothing with a red sauce. The easiest thing is sandwiches, but i gave up bread for the most part. Not 100%, but mostly. I guess i can try sandwiches on sandwich thins. Fast food is also an option, but not preferable. I'm sure i'll work things out.


I like to put together a couple dozen burritos at a time and freeze them. :)

I eat a burrito maybe once every couple of years. :D


Consider a burrito more a container than a style of food. You could fill one with steak and potatoes and green beans, and it'd be amazing. :lol:
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Never had a burrito.

My province, Ontario, is still in a partial lockdown (non essential retail shut down or greatly reduced services) and the government will decide soon if schools will resume in-person classes next week. It appears to me that the schools in my city were not a cause or significant contributor to the dramatic uptick in cases and deaths. But even with the measures in place for businesses since March 2020 it hasn't been enough. No amount of virus-proofing a business can counteract our non-business social behaviour.
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Ribtor posted wrote: Never had a burrito.

My province, Ontario, is still in a partial lockdown (non essential retail shut down or greatly reduced services) and the government will decide soon if schools will resume in-person classes next week. It appears to me that the schools in my city were not a cause or significant contributor to the dramatic uptick in cases and deaths. But even with the measures in place for businesses since March 2020 it hasn't been enough. No amount of virus-proofing a business can counteract our non-business social behaviour.


what a lot of people were saying last year is that schools should stay open as long as there's no sign of transmission int he classroom, but they should close if community spread gets too high, so i think they're going to have to extend virtual learning

also some very dismal predictions of a new wave of death in long term care homes this month

stick fiddling doug ford is screeching in all directions at once, but has only used half the doses he's received and refuses to admit to having screwed up at all

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Never had a burrito? Me from California: :eek:
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Metacell posted wrote: Never had a burrito? Me from California: :eek:
There are two food groups: burritos and sushi. All other food either goes in a burrito or on top of a sushi roll.


burritos, fajitas, tacos... wraps... even shawarmas, yeah really:

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Those remind me of severed zombie appendages from an early Tom Savini flick.
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Ribtor posted wrote: Those remind me of severed zombie appendages from an early Tom Savini flick.


I remember some documentary i saw about early zombie movies, maybe George Romero's, and they used Barbecue sauce for blood...

wait, what is this thread about?
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some mouthwatches can kill covid?

https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/he ... e-cure-EVG

Preliminary evidence from one study suggested saliva droplets may be reduced if people use a mouthwash containing a bacteria-killing antiseptic called cetylpyridinium chloride. Mouthwash containing the chloride could help stop the infection rate thanks to the chemical’s “virucidal effect” that has the ability to kill 99.9 percent of pathogens in the mouth. Professor Valerie O’Donnell, co-director of the Systems Immunity Research Institute at Cardiff University said the study was promising, but that more research is needed.


Maybe? it would kill what's in your mouth? protecting other people? temporarily? it's not a cure. And it's "one study" and "more research is needed".
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ukimalefu posted wrote: some mouthwatches can kill covid?

https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/he ... e-cure-EVG

Preliminary evidence from one study suggested saliva droplets may be reduced if people use a mouthwash containing a bacteria-killing antiseptic called cetylpyridinium chloride. Mouthwash containing the chloride could help stop the infection rate thanks to the chemical’s “virucidal effect” that has the ability to kill 99.9 percent of pathogens in the mouth. Professor Valerie O’Donnell, co-director of the Systems Immunity Research Institute at Cardiff University said the study was promising, but that more research is needed.


Maybe? it would kill what's in your mouth? protecting other people? temporarily? it's not a cure. And it's "one study" and "more research is needed".

Well, sure. A mouthwash could do that, but what do you during the 99.9(9?)% of the time when you aren't using a mouthwash? People will not start to walk around carrying jugs of mouthwash and take a new mouthful every few minutes.
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This is new: mandatory weekly testing at work. If we refuse, our access cards will be deactivated. I have no problem with it, but I know a few people that do.


In other news. So I mentioned the county closed down all break rooms. One of the buildings now had an event tent. An enclosed event tent. How is that any different than a break room?!
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have the sides open at least "mostly" and it's considered "outside"
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This is new: mandatory weekly testing at work. If we refuse, our access cards will be deactivated. I have no problem with it, but I know a few people that do.


Tell them about how the deep state is using the testing to get samples of everyone's DNA. It ties right in with the nano tracking chip and the 5G.
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DukeofNuke posted wrote:
This is new: mandatory weekly testing at work. If we refuse, our access cards will be deactivated. I have no problem with it, but I know a few people that do.


Tell them about how the deep state is using the testing to get samples of everyone's DNA. It ties right in with the nano tracking chip and the 5G.

Oh, they have a problem with sticking a q tip up their noses.
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Hey Uki! I ordered a tray! :D
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justine posted wrote: Hey Uki! I ordered a tray! :D


OK! :up:
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It came and looks like it'll work.
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