Call your doctor, tell them you have covid symptoms and you're coming in. See what kind of response you get.
Keep the sick people out of the old folks home? My 90 year old Aunt is in a nursing home, hasn't been able to visit with family in months. Residents are kept away from others. Many do not understand why and if they do, it's gone the next minute.[RANT]I am so sick of this crap, channel 3 every 10 seconds they say covid. This is all political BS 100%. If you are old, compromised immunity system, diabetes, asthma, then ldo what you can to protect yourself. Just keep sick people out of the old folks homes. Everyone else carry on.[/RANT]
I'll ask in the morning. Let us know how many of the tests came back positive.Call your doctor, tell them you have covid symptoms and you're coming in. See what kind of response you get.
There was a huge flu-like illness that was spread at SHOT show, several friends of mine got sick, we were supposed to attend but our flight got canceled a week prior and I didn't want to pay double to fly AA. Dodged a bullet I reckon lol.I had friends at Shot Show back and January and all the Asian attendees were wearing masks talking about Rona.
The biggest issue with these numbers is it’s been taking 5 days to 3 weeks to get results back. So someone could be infected and over it by the time they even find out they tested positive. It’s not like they tested and found 250 people positive on that day. Also the CDC said any virus such as a cold could pop positive for COVID as well. Just can’t take any of the numbers to heart except what’s actually been admitted to the hospital.Here is some more fresh data for you. Again, just hard numbers. From the PNJ:
Both Escambia and Santa Rosa counties saw a massive spike in COVID-19 cases overnight, combining for a total of 361 new cases in a single day, a 17% increase.
Escambia County increased 250 cases on Tuesday, bringing the total in the county to 1,952 cases — a 15% jump. The media age of infected has dropped to 39.
Santa Rosa County increased 111 cases to reach 593. The majority of the cases – 264 – have in Milton, where residents were successful just hours earlier in demanding the city withdraw the mask mandate Mayor Heather Lindsay ordered on Friday.