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Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion (Now with optimism!)

Touchdown

Well-Known Member
I can’t believe how many Americans can’t do a simple 3 step logic puzzle.

1. Restrictions will be reduced when Covid cases fall.* (This has always been true since March 2020 and had been the basis of public health from the beginning)

2. The best tool we have to reduce cases in this country is to vaccinate as much and as quickly as possible.

3. If I want restrictions to end I should get vaccinated ASAP.

It’s not hard, it’s not complex, it’s elementary school level. However, a certain population seems incapable of being able to make this simple conclusion.
 

Sirwalterraleigh

Premium Member
I can’t believe how many Americans can’t do a simple 3 step logic puzzle.

1. Restrictions will be reduced when Covid cases fall.* (This has always been true since March 2020 and had been the basis of public health from the beginning)

2. The best tool we have to reduce cases in this country is to vaccinate as much and as quickly as possible.

3. If I want restrictions to end I should get vaccinated ASAP.

It’s not hard, it’s not complex, it’s elementary school level. However, a certain population seems incapable of being able to make this simple conclusion.

...cause nobody gonna tell me
What to do!!! 😡

keep ya damn government hands off my Medicare!!
 

ParentsOf4

Well-Known Member
Given the risk will not go all the way to zero anytime soon, I fully expect and am totally cool with some people wearing a masks for years to come, maybe indefinitely. Some people are extra cautious. It seemed a bit excessive to me to watch my sons 16yo tennis opponent wear a mask last weekend while outside in 30+mph wind, but hey, he’s not hurting anything.

Mask mandates will go away, but personal choice will remain.
There are benefits to masks. Even in a post-COVID world, all of us need to respect those who choose to wear them.
 

Sirwalterraleigh

Premium Member
There are benefits to masks. Even in a post-COVID world, all of us need to respect those who choose to wear them.

it’s not the masks that I really advocate...it’s the distance. Sardine mentality is abnormal.

that’s not “socialization”...it’s just overpopuation/crowding
If people are more hesitant to try and stand in my shield perimeter?...that’s change I can believe in
 

Minthorne

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lazyboy97o

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But Covid spread would be decreased if the gondolas had air conditioning, right?
You jest, but our cultural over reliance on mechanical cooling has definitely shown to be a problem. We generally don’t build things with natural ventilation that allows the sort of large volumes of air exchange and dispersion that helps prevent transmission. Hopefully how we build has a change like it did 100 years ago, this time towards something that can also help with the environment.
 

Kevin_W

Well-Known Member
As you suggest, COVID is not even close to one of the leading causes of death for those ages 0-17. In this age group, there are more deaths by:
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Suicide
  • Gun Violence
  • Homicide (other than firearms)
  • Drowning
  • Unintentional Suffocation
  • Fire
If someone wants to save young lives, pick any one of these and do something about it.

For the elderly, we can save hundreds-of-thousands of lives by simply getting them vaccinated.

So by this logic, since more children die from motor vehicle accidents than by drowning we shouldn't bother with life vests on boats? We have the capability to do more than one thing.
 

helenabear

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drizgirl

Well-Known Member
I can’t believe how many Americans can’t do a simple 3 step logic puzzle.

1. Restrictions will be reduced when Covid cases fall.* (This has always been true since March 2020 and had been the basis of public health from the beginning)

2. The best tool we have to reduce cases in this country is to vaccinate as much and as quickly as possible.

3. If I want restrictions to end I should get vaccinated ASAP.

It’s not hard, it’s not complex, it’s elementary school level. However, a certain population seems incapable of being able to make this simple conclusion.
Except the ones we need to motivate are likely the ones who don't follow the guidelines anyway. Many of the ones wanting to push things forward have already been vaccinated.
 

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