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Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

Seanual757

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I would not be surprised if Disney requires all guests to mask up shortly again since unvaccinated folks cannot play by the rules.

Not vaccinated you must continue to wear a mask if you are vaccinated you can go with out a mask. Very simple but people refuse to follow CDC guidelines thus we will be back into the mask zone soon.
 

DisneyFan32

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In the Parks
Yes
Is the future variants will resistant to the current and future vaccines is really gonna happen anytime. I don't want this happen, also is Delta spike will go ending like a couple weeks or six weeks soon?


At least NJ, PA, NY, IL, as other northeast states are not hit hard by Delta variants.


This is getting worse as future COVID-19 variants will ending vaccines as the millions people will die more as possible the world would be ending anytime in the future like the prediction tolds like a doomsday is coming very soon. I mean Virus Doomsday SOON! I expecting the worst come is by this fall/winter causes a bigger spike for Thanksgiving and Christmas!:eek::eek::eek: @ImperfectPixie @GoofGoof @helenabear @DisneyCane
 
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Archie123

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I would not be surprised if Disney requires all guests to mask up shortly again since unvaccinated folks cannot play by the rules.

Not vaccinated you must continue to wear a mask if you are vaccinated you can go with out a mask. Very simple but people refuse to follow CDC guidelines thus we will be back into the mask zone soon.

Did anyone REALLY think that the selfish people who choose not to get vaccinated would actually mask up?? There was absolutely zero chance of that ever happening.
 

helenabear

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Norwegian Forest Cat per the one who surrendered her and 3 others. 2 NFCs and 2 Turkish Vans. Vet agreed and thought she was likely pure bred too. Not that we cared, we tend to take in the ones who need special care without a second thought as to who they are (our youngest has cerebellar hypoplasia - vet called us when they got him in after someone dumped him).
 

dreday3

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Norwegian Forest Cat per the one who surrendered her and 3 others. 2 NFCs and 2 Turkish Vans. Vet agreed and thought she was likely pure bred too. Not that we cared, we tend to take in the ones who need special care without a second thought as to who they are (our youngest has cerebellar hypoplasia - vet called us when they got him in after someone dumped him).

I'm very sorry about your kitty. :(
 

Seanual757

Well-Known Member
Did anyone REALLY think that the selfish people who choose not to get vaccinated would actually mask up?? There was absolutely zero chance of that ever happening.

I was hoping folks would but this day in age it's all a big joke until you get sick and die. Happened to a friend of mine not vaccinated said the virus is a hoax ended up in the ER in Orlando Friday night left in a hearse Sunday morning from covid now his wife and 3 kids are infected.
 

LaughingGravy

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Which is really sad...because they used to be the opposite.

I realized how drastically things were shifting back when they got rid of the ability to get a replacement DVD for one that got scratched.
That was the turning point. No going back after that. It's been downhill ever since.
Then again, I remember when it was erroneously promoted that cds don't scratch, or if they did, didn't prevent playback, LOL.
 

LaughingGravy

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I was hoping folks would but this day in age it's all a big joke until you get sick and die. Happened to a friend of mine not vaccinated said the virus is a hoax ended up in the ER in Orlando Friday night left in a hearse Sunday morning from covid now his wife and 3 kids are infected.
I'm sorry about your friend. Orlando local? This is truly turning into a Darwin type event, with fittest being those smart enough to get vaccinated if able.
If the FDA would approve past the emergency usage, it would certainly help.
I have spoken to quite a few people where that is their concern.
 

ImperfectPixie

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I'm sorry about your friend. Orlando local? This is truly turning into a Darwin type event, with fittest being those smart enough to get vaccinated if able.
If the FDA would approve past the emergency usage, it would certainly help.
I have spoken to quite a few people where that is their concern.
I got a taste of anti-vaxx sentiment last night. The misinformation and distrust of anything having to do with "establishment" - even with regards to what HIPAA does and doesn't do - is just astounding. I've been thinking the same thing about Darwin...and this was all a bunch of chest-thumping, Neanderthal, white guys. (Which is sad, really. They're trying to seem like big tough guys, but it just makes it all the more clear how weak they really are that they're so easily misled.)
 

SamusAranX

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Upper deck has been non existent for years ( ie cover it with tarp , just like stadium games today in hot spot covid areas, ) , you should know but when the Jags play in London where their billionaire owner is from, helps boost their limited fan base.
The reason we instituted tarps is that the stadium is not “fit” to the market. In order to use the gator bowl as a base foundation for the new stadium, it had to be able to hold the annual FL-GA game. Which attracts 90k fans. The capacity was way over for an NFL market. Almost no teams in the pros have that kind of capacity, nor could sell up to that capacity. Hence why some upper decks were covered. Just because you can’t sell 80-90k tickets in a small market doesn’t make you a bad fan base.

you also ignore the tarps were removed as the market stabilized. And before Tom Brady, the Jags were averaging higher attendance then the Bucs, among some other teams, all who had been in their respective cities decades longer then the Jags and had chances to build up their fan base.
 

Seanual757

Well-Known Member
I'm sorry about your friend. Orlando local? This is truly turning into a Darwin type event, with fittest being those smart enough to get vaccinated if able.
If the FDA would approve past the emergency usage, it would certainly help.
I have spoken to quite a few people where that is their concern.

Yea very sad yes lives in Windermere rushed to Health Central in Ocoee and never left. Yes I feel for his family all very said and could have been prevented.
 

DonniePeverley

Active Member
Perhaps you don’t understand the definition of indefinitely. A month ago you said we were on pace to be at 500,000 cases a day in 2-4 weeks. Who was wrong again? Every wave of this virus in every nation has gone up and then gone back down, mostly following a 3 month arc. No reason to assume this won’t be the same. It will not continue to go up indefinitely. Who ever said delta wouldn’t hit the US? You are creating a straw man argument there. Delta is here, it’s the dominant strain, and for most areas of the country it’s not much more than a blip, especially if you are vaccinated. In my county (830,000+ people) we have a dozen people in the hospital with Covid and none on ventilators. The vaccines are 88% effective against even mild infection and nearly 100% effective vs hospitalization or death. If you aren’t vaccinated it’s time to go in now. If you are, relax…you are well covered.

We will ride this wave out just like the last ones. The difference now is 60% of adults are fully vaccinated and who knows how many of the unvaccinated are naturally immune. Much smaller base to spread infection and the vast majority of the high risk are vaccinated. This is much less concerning than the Jan surge because of that fact.

Speaking of the UK it appears cases may have peaked. Too soon to say for sure but they have been trending down for a week now. If we are really 2 weeks behind the UK then our cases should peak in a week or so and start trending down so we have that to look forward to. I don’t really think our cases are moving in any way in conjunction with the UK, but if we are then the start of the end of this wave is potentially coming soon.

Nonsense. You along with many were adamant the US would not see a surge in cases because of the Delta Indian Variant. It was total denial and not wanting to face the truth - something that keeps happening again, like the Captain of the Titanic refusing to believe the ship is about to sink.

Now you move the goal posts and claim your argument was something different. The sad reality is you have to watch trends around the world, be it vaccines, variants, etc As soon as the UK was seeing a massive surge with this new variant, alarm bells should have rang.

You weren't alone, but you sprouted your nonsense in an eloquent manner hence i focused on you.
 

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