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  • RhodyYanksFan
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    Do better, Florida.

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  • ajra21
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    Hope you are stay symptom free and no one get really sick.

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  • Yankee Tripper
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    Trip to Florida resulted in 2 daughters and grandma getting COVID, the other 4 of us showing negative but we’ll see. None of the 3 have serious symptoms.

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  • jlw1980
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    My kids got their boosters. I was happy.

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  • jlw1980
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    Million US COVID dead are younger than you think.

    https://insidemedicine.bulletin.com/...han-you-think/

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  • ajra21
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    Originally posted by jlw1980 View Post

    My kids tested positive in January, sadly, despite being among the few vaccinated and wearing masks.
    I can believe it. In January, we had so many kids out with COVID, I was deeply surprised I did not get it.

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  • jlw1980
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    Originally posted by ajra21 View Post

    I'd say fewer than 5% of the kids in our district wear masks and less than 10% of teachers. Our nurse says, since the mask mandate removal, only a couple of mask wearers have tested positive about of about 200 cases, but she admits that is incredibly hard to track for all the obvious reasons.

    I'll add this, in my school alone, none of the people still wearing masks have ever tested "positive" at any stage of the pandemic. Almost everyone else has.
    My kids tested positive in January, sadly, despite being among the few vaccinated and wearing masks.

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  • YankeePride1967
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    Positivity rate is used to 13.91% in Connecticut and that is likely low due home testing.

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  • ajra21
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    Originally posted by jlw1980 View Post

    There aren't even 10% wearing them at our school. I have my kids wear theirs, but they beg to stop. There hasn't been a new case there in quite a while, and I know sometimes my kids forget to put them back on after recess.

    Idk if there is a "right" choice.
    I'd say fewer than 5% of the kids in our district wear masks and less than 10% of teachers. Our nurse says, since the mask mandate removal, only a couple of mask wearers have tested positive about of about 200 cases, but she admits that is incredibly hard to track for all the obvious reasons.

    I'll add this, in my school alone, none of the people still wearing masks have ever tested "positive" at any stage of the pandemic. Almost everyone else has.

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  • jlw1980
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    Originally posted by RhodyYanksFan View Post
    My kids are part of the like 10% that still wear masks at school, but ask every week if they can stop. I'm more open to it than my wife. I feel torn between doing what's probably smart, and making them feel ostracized at school at an age where it's tough enough to go to school (middle school). Transmissions aren't high (that I know of) at the school, and windows can be open now. Still not sure what the right choice is.
    There aren't even 10% wearing them at our school. I have my kids wear theirs, but they beg to stop. There hasn't been a new case there in quite a while, and I know sometimes my kids forget to put them back on after recess.

    Idk if there is a "right" choice.

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  • Yankee Tripper
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    Originally posted by RhodyYanksFan View Post
    My kids are part of the like 10% that still wear masks at school, but ask every week if they can stop. I'm more open to it than my wife. I feel torn between doing what's probably smart, and making them feel ostracized at school at an age where it's tough enough to go to school (middle school). Transmissions aren't high (that I know of) at the school, and windows can be open now. Still not sure what the right choice is.
    My school ended mask mandates in April. Cases have since shot up. I’m resigned to the fact that she’s probably bringing it home soon one way or the other.

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  • RhodyYanksFan
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    My kids are part of the like 10% that still wear masks at school, but ask every week if they can stop. I'm more open to it than my wife. I feel torn between doing what's probably smart, and making them feel ostracized at school at an age where it's tough enough to go to school (middle school). Transmissions aren't high (that I know of) at the school, and windows can be open now. Still not sure what the right choice is.

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  • fredgmuggs
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    Originally posted by JL25and3 View Post

    It’s the chip.
    I never trusted Bill Gates

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  • JL25and3
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    Originally posted by fredgmuggs View Post

    Oddly with my first 3 doses they felt like nothing but with this 4th booster my arm just doesn't hurt, it felt like it was on fire. Go figure?
    It’s the chip.

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  • fredgmuggs
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    Originally posted by RYMASTER or Ryan_Yankees View Post

    I wish I was eligible for a second booster, but alas...
    Oddly with my first 3 doses they felt like nothing but with this 4th booster my arm just doesn't hurt, it felt like it was on fire. Go figure?

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