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petroglyph
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July 12th, 2020 at 12:25:21 AM permalink
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Keeneone
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July 12th, 2020 at 9:35:12 AM permalink
Quote: tringlomane

This is the next logical step, imo. Ban smoking and the masks will definitely stay on more.


I tend to agree. Unfortunately, CV19 hospitalizations in NV are now running higher when compared to the highs of April. It seems likely something may need to be done about the smoking inside buildings. But I do wonder how this could be implemented. Do we really want people consolidated around the various entrances and exits smoking outside?

https://nvhealthresponse.nv.gov/
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July 12th, 2020 at 9:47:36 AM permalink
https://www.reviewjournal.com/business/casinos-gaming/nobody-knows-how-many-resort-workers-are-infected-including-employees-2071329/


In case anyone missed this yesterday. Cosmo looked particularly hard hit. If there's such a thing as a complete partial-information mess, Las Vegas would be it.
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July 12th, 2020 at 10:17:41 AM permalink
Quote: darkoz

Atlanta Georgia(the entire city) has now re-closed for Coronavirus.

Literally decided to go back to phase one.

Reopening too early didn't work



I have not come across any other reports of this. Can you provide a link to a complete story?
darkoz
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July 12th, 2020 at 10:33:47 AM permalink
Quote: Doc

I have not come across any other reports of this. Can you provide a link to a complete story?



https://www.cbs46.com/atlanta-returns-to-phase-1-reopening-amid-surge-in-covid-19-cases/video_4c768a4d-e97a-5628-8eb7-c2a19cce1e4c.html

Georgia governor Kemp has declared the city cannot be shutdown.

The mayor said it is.

So now it looks like forced opening?

But the mayor is enforcing her order.

What a cluster frick
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Armagedden
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July 12th, 2020 at 1:58:59 PM permalink
Quote: darkoz

https://www.cbs46.com/atlanta-returns-to-phase-1-reopening-amid-surge-in-covid-19-cases/video_4c768a4d-e97a-5628-8eb7-c2a19cce1e4c.html

Georgia governor Kemp has declared the city cannot be shutdown.

The mayor said it is.

So now it looks like forced opening?

But the mayor is enforcing her order.

What a cluster frick



I've loved Mayor Bottoms eversince she screamed and yelled at the protestors/looters during a CNN live interview. Now she learns from the Canadians and does the right thing to shut down Atlanta. Wearing masks, isolating and shutting off are the keys to control the covid19. That is how the Canadians do it. Look at the covid19-chart, USA's 3,246,000 cases vs Canada's 109,200 cases :
https://imgur.com/hl6Qz3d


Hmmm...now I know why 81% of Canadians have dumbed down against Americans and have insisted that Canada-U.S. border should stay closed.
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July 12th, 2020 at 3:27:47 PM permalink
Been noticing a lot of plates driving around here in Windsor from the states.... Michigan TEXAS Florida these folks must have headed north before the lock down to visit family till it blows over

How can we open the border points when all of Canada's 37 million people only had about 1600 new cases in the past week !!! averaging just over 200 new cases per day across the whole country. And if we could look at those numbers without including all the migrant workers at the area green houses here they would be around 1000 for the past week. Just one greenhouse operation account for over 200 cases .

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/nature-fresh-covid-19-testing-1.5639440



I would say 99% of the people in stores are wearing masks few don't as people with certain medical conditions are not required to wear one .

You can bet when the casino opens here the rules will require a mask and they already do not allow smoking
Gandler
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July 12th, 2020 at 3:28:50 PM permalink
Quote: darkoz

https://www.cbs46.com/atlanta-returns-to-phase-1-reopening-amid-surge-in-covid-19-cases/video_4c768a4d-e97a-5628-8eb7-c2a19cce1e4c.html

Georgia governor Kemp has declared the city cannot be shutdown.

The mayor said it is.

So now it looks like forced opening?

But the mayor is enforcing her order.

What a cluster frick




This is true.

I live in GA.

The Goveneor is trying to override Mayors who want to close down....

This has been the trend since the beginning, and the state "restrictions" are very loose compared to prior local lockdowns....

There is a battle in my city right now with mandatory mask wearing, and the Governor not being happy with it....

Govenor wants one standard across the state, and no municipality can enact stricter restrictions....

Anyway, that probably already got too political, but yes, your assessment of the situation is correct, its a cluster....
billryan
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July 12th, 2020 at 4:03:14 PM permalink
Many local jurisdictions can declare a State of Emergency, usually for 72 hours or so. I'm not sure if they should have the ability to do it for much longer.
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July 12th, 2020 at 5:35:27 PM permalink
They really need to hammer down on the businesses who are not complying with the governors directive here in Nevada. Not just for the employees but also the customers. They need to apply stiff penalties, no warnings. Either shut the business down or comply. I still see employees at a restaurant with no masks. In this case, the state should hand them a stiff penalty or shut them down. Word would get out, more businesses would take the directive more seriously.

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