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Name: Rick
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Hometown: Kansas
Home country: UsofA
Current location: Midwest
Member since: Sat Apr 15, 2017, 11:57 AM
Number of posts: 3,215

About Me

Retired aerospace engineer. Bike when I can, I have a specialized tricross and a hardrock. Read sci-fi.

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The rules will discourage..

..flying, all by themselves..

https://www.axios.com/future-air-travel-coronavirus-bcee181c-1d3a-4305-992d-053d5c80a909.html

 Online check-in: Besides choosing their seat or paying for checked bags, passengers might also need to upload a document to confirm the presence of COVID-19 antibodies before they fly.

Airport curbside: Passengers could be required to arrive at least four hours ahead of their flight, and pass through a "disinfection tunnel" or thermal scanner to check their temperature before being allowed to enter the airport.

Check-in and bag drop: New touchless kiosks would allow passengers to check in by scanning a barcode, or using gestures or voice commands. Agents would be behind plexiglass shields, and bags would be disinfected and then "sanitagged.

"Health check: Passengers would undergo a health screening, and potentially even have their blood tested. In

April, Emirates became the first airline to conduct rapid on-site COVID-19 testing of passengers before boarding.

Security: Each carry-on bag and security bin would be disinfected when entering the X-ray machine, using fogging or UV-ray techniques, then “sanitagged."Boarding: Passengers would need to be present an hour before departure, maintain

Restaurants can open...


Maybe there were some rules on that..corner tables only.

I couldn't read any further...

More articles on air transmission..

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/health/2020/04/27/coronavirus-found-air-pollution-particles-preliminary-study-finds/3033646001/

So maybe in an enclosed volume? Not a good idea..imho.

Hard to do business...

with a Corp that has screwed you over...530$ early cancellation fee.

With a cut and paste agreement from the chat line where I setup the package.

Two week grace period on a DirecTV package..And when I canceled 6 days later,

rep said there would be no early cancellation fee...And yet that money was taken

out of my boa acct... autopay..my bad there. Can't get it back..believe me I've tried.

Thing is the service for the wireless is great!..Hate to change .. it was kinda a hassle

getting setup...and I don't want to do it again..

But it's tough paying the bill..which is another thing..its not a bad price..

But it's tough..etc.

Never look back...


Gronk and brady to play for tampa bay..Both too old..

And I'll raise your mutant coronavirus..



THE 'WORST' OF THE CORONAVIRUS IS STILL TO COME, SAYS WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION CHIEF

https://www.newsweek.com/worst-coronavirus-still-come-says-world-health-organization-chief-1499034?amp=1

Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Monday that the "worst" of the novel coronavirus has yet to come.

"Trust us. The worst is yet ahead of us," Ghebreyesus said during a news briefing. "Let's prevent this tragedy. It's a virus that many people still don't understand."

Good video on coronavirus


Notice the date..

https://www.kansas.com/news/coronavirus/article242025051.html

Have a Samsung galaxy tab..a, 10.1..

Can't find a way to view all the columns..ie, date posted, author...how many replies..

I see the post title and the next column, and that's it..?

What was it the cdc put the number at if cheetox promoted easter?


1000000 for the nation...For kansaas.?

Lord PLEASE !...give them brains...

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https://www.kansas.com/news/politics-government/article241861126.html#storylink=bignews_main

Easter looming, Kansas Republican leaders on Wednesday revoked Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly’s order limiting religious gatherings to 10 people as the state’s coronavirus death toll jumped 40 percent.

House and Senate leaders — meeting as a body called the Legislative Coordinating Council — voted along party lines to throw out the directive. Their decision came as the number of reported OVID-19 cases in the state climbed to more than 1,000 and the death count ticked up to 38.

Church gatherings have produced three case clusters across the state and health officials fear Easter gatherings could further spread the deadly coronavirus. Pastors and priests now confront a stark choice: forgo in-person services on Christianity’s holiest day or open church buildings and potentially risk exposing parishioners.

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