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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by shaolin5, Jan 20, 2020.
“Delta? Lambda? Covid is starting to sound like a fraternity!”
I think I heard somebody say Omni-cron the other day
I heard a teacher say Omni-cron this week.......
This is my brain
Got that Soundwave variant
Well they won't skip pi, because there's always room for pi.
3 of my inlaws tested positive on at home tests yesterday morning. Went to a testing place and were all negative. Someone else looked at the instructions and mil had read the results wrong.
I hear people say omnicron about 90% of the time. Omarion makes up 8% and then omicron with the final 2%.
What do you think a reasonable timeline is these days? I thought the 10 days was still the recommendation for unvaccinated people and 5 days for vaccinated?
Wife's coworker has a 3.5 year old and 9 month old. Both in same daycare.
9 month old has been quarantined since Dec 31 from covid exposure. 3 negative tests since. But still home.
3 year old tested positive for covid. He can return after 10 days.
Baby tested negative so he has to stay home 10 days longer than his brother because they count exposure as last day of older bros quarantine.
He's not allowed back at daycare until Jan 27
Edit: forgot to add if the baby was positive, his return date would be the same as his brothers
Deltacron/flurona is just a constructicon reboot
Asymptomatic or symptomatic? Symptoms resolved or not? Test to return should be a thing. 7 days is also probably totally sufficient if symptoms have resolved even in an unvaccinated child.
Yea, the exposure thing is true. But those 10 day quarantined are out of date. I think most places haven’t updated their guidances. Should be 7 now imo.
know a guy that tested positive and his kid's private school sent him a letter saying they were out for like twenty something days.
I wish, I'm dealing with the same thing here and was actually talking about it this morning. Daughters daycare is still 14 day quarentine, they really need to bump that down and let them back with a negative pcr test.
That’s really conservative
Daycare might be extremely tricky with very, very limited staffing. They dont get substitute teachers. 14 may be a bit much in either case
Employee health apparently greenlit my unboosted kidney transplant nurse who's on cellcept and mycophenalate mofitil to return to work today after 5 days from symptom onset so we're gonna have to have a talk about that
my sons preschool suggested that kids are contagious for longer, which I think I I’ve heard for infants and rsv but I hadn’t seen anything about that with covid
doesn’t the vaccine help with shorter infectious period? Small kids who can’t get vaccine would have longer period. Our daycare is 14 days from exposure. Same it’s been since they first opened back up may 2020
I definitely said that for the first week or so.
cant lie, I did the same :(
Omni-cron sounds cooler tbh
i call it omni-dong
Fifth test this morning was a faint positive. I feel terrible. Super weak, body aches, cold etc. Triple boosted Moderna. In reasonably good athletic shape.
After almost 2yrs, I finally tested positive last night. Woke up yesterday with a scratchy throat, but still ran 7mi. Throat was still scratchy later in the day, but then I also started feeling tired. Decided to take a home test and it was positive almost immediately. Feel a little crumby, like a basic cold, and tired today. My pregnant wife and 7yo are still testing negative, so I’m quarantined to our bedroom. Wife and kid are also quarantined, but have the rest of the house
I’m partial to “the cron”
Kids can test positive for awhile after they are done though. So the negative pcr stuff could be worse.
it’s the chronic what’cles of omicron
Saw a doctor say that if you've got a fever, and are pretty healthy, taking a hot bath while also keeping your head cool with like a compress or something helps kick your t cell response into gear. IIRC that is actually a thing but you gotta get your *core* temperature up to like 103 or 104 which is uhhh pretty rough already
Weird. Prob wouldnt try that
That's how people 100 years ago would try to get the sick to "break" their fever by wrapping them in a ton of blankets.
ours is 18 days and they close the whole classroom for min 7 days even if there isnt an exposure to your kid they have no where to go- out of 80 kids only 13 are in school right now. This whole month has been a train-wreck for daycare but thankfully somehow my son has made it through. He's miserable unfortunately right now because there is only one other friend in his classroom, he's honestly depressed which is weird for a two year old.I felt so bad picking him up yesterday, he just moped the whole time
I've correctly called it yannycron from day one. I still hear others say laurelcron. Heathens.
It's momma named it cassiuscron,
I'm gonna call it cassiuscron!
If Omicron is mild i'd hate to know what not mild is.
WHO has categorizations of severity. In the US mild means not hospitalized/let er rip
Wife is negative and can return to work as long as she only has minor symptoms. Post negative test she has to wear a n95 for 14 days from positive test or until she is asymptomatic them just a regular mask. She works for a one of the biggest healthcare systems in the us. Atleast she got 5 days of pay my company has to use PTO
lmao SC strikes down the vax/testing mandate kill us all
littlest is in Montessori school. got text about an hour ago that one of his teachers tested positive so the class shuts down immediately. the old rule was 2 weeks but they're in talks with health department on new "guidance". he's fully vax'd and so far no symptoms whatsoever. hasn't been near positive teacher this week so we should be good....hopefully. bullshit if he (and others) has to stay home the entire closure time if vax'd.
Interesting, my firm literally just emailed that we're vax or test beginning Feb. 9
I haven't been following this at all but what justification did they use to block the mandate for businesses with 100+ employees but still allow mandates for healthcare workers?
Fuck the peasants?
I'm looking for like an actual answer as to how the court would have justified that from someone who is a little more well-versed in law rather than quippy retorts, folks.
Notwithstanding the foregoing to the contrary, fuck the peasants.
I have extremely bad news for you, once you start reading up on the questions and statements asked by the conservative justices.
It's like facebook/OAN/Fox News vaccine 'information' they were positing as true, short of outright conspiracy theory shit (sometimes). Whether they believe it or not, who knows, but they sure knew coming in to the trial how they were going to rule, or otherwise put on a show
the justices are born in test tubes from right wing think tanks
it's just purely political, I wouldn't go hunting for actual legal standing