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How worried are you about Coronavirus?

Not at all.
4 (30.8%)
Just a little worried.
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Moderately worried.
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Substantially worried.
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Panic mode!
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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #25 on: March 20, 2020, 01:13:58 am »
Hey everyone,

I am very worried about this virus--the people I am living with are sick, including a little one who is to turn 4 years old July.

I have asthma and I am very worried if I contract COVID I might be hospitalized or worse...

And now...CA is in lockdown so when things get nasty with fights at home I have nowhere to go and I just have to suffer through it...this is hell.  :'(
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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #26 on: March 20, 2020, 04:57:47 am »
Still not worried about getting it myself. But there are folks I know that wouldn't fair as well.

 Iara, hang in there. It's normal for families to get a bit frustrated under the  hood when everyone feels helpless. Best to go out of your way to do something good for everyone around you.
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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #27 on: March 20, 2020, 03:08:49 pm »
A few bits of random advice from your neighborly green and white husky. :)

As I have previously said in a past post, people may wish to stock up and make food items that will make/feed a lot. This way, you can have leftovers for multiple days afterward. You may also be able to freeze leftover portions for long periods of time depending on what type of food product it is.

What are some sample food items you should check out at the store? Here's a article/list by CNN of some items that may be beneficial.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/17/health/coronavirus-quarantine-grocery-list-drayer-wellness/index.html

If popular name brand items are limited at the store, take what you can get, even if it means buying generic. As the old saying goes, Beggars can't be choosers. 

Sometimes, we get stuff that we may not like or want. Particuarly if you're getting items from a food bank service. Don't get rid of it, but find creative ways to use it. Find different ways of preparing food items and/or look for recipes to make that item or items more pleasing to the palette. ;)

Just how much toilet paper does a person need? Hard to say for sure since not all rolls of TP are created equal nor is every person the same. I live alone by myself and currently have 30 rolls of TP. That is NOT an excessive amount when compared to what other people have been buying. Depending on how thick the roll is, How many times I use the toilet, and whether I need to rip off a short amount of TP sheets or a long amount, I can "probably" make 1 roll last a full week or slightly longer.

Rationing is key on almost anything. Don't overbuy or overuse during this crisis.

Don't take too much money out of the bank for food, etc. You still need to save money for rent, utility bills, and other important payments.

And when it comes to money.........SAVE! We are now in a recession, folks. And it is going to get even more brutal during the next several months as the economy is "tanking" right now.

Luxury items like new cellphone, new clothes, new dishwasher, or anything else won't help you during a pandemic, recession, etc. Learn to keep using what you've got and stick with it. Your jeans have a hole in them? Learn to sew it up. Don't go and buy a new pair. Dishwasher not working properly? Then learn to wash dishes by hand. Learn to reuse and recycle, folks.

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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #28 on: March 21, 2020, 02:14:05 pm »
A local tennis center was shut down a few days after I made a routine visit. A local doctor who tested positive had visited the place. He recovered within a week. A bottle of hand sanitizer was added to my field kit. We are told to stay home should we exhibit symptoms but I'm experiencing seasonal allergies. Schools, churches and casinos are closed until April 5th here, so reduced traffic to a small degree. Chemical plant people still going full throttle it seems.

I blame Doomsday Preppers for the TP shortage. There was a dude holed up in an ex-phone company relay station. A sweet set-up with security cameras and barbed wire fencing. His supplies included a large quantity of TP. Why? "It's the one thing that everybody needs." he said.

Good grief. Does he think that's going to be the new currency for when SHTF? People wipe with corn cobs in some communities after all. Firearms and ammo sales are up again. One guy was reported to have bought $5000 in guns, ammo, and outdoor gear at the local Cabelas--and they had yet to tally the second cart load.

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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #29 on: March 21, 2020, 04:09:41 pm »
A pair of washable long latex gloves,  a nice soft cotton washcloth, and a bit of chlorine bleach.  Use potty,  wipe down your rump,  clean cloth with bleach... rinse with hot water,  let dry. 
I've done this before... works well,  and surprisingly doesn't really smell except for when you are washing out the cloth.   :-[

And if you don't have the virus this isn't all that unsanitary.  Periodically so a load of wash with hot water and clean "the rag" and follow with scorching hot drier cycle.  Done.

It's like wiping my dogs butt after she got sick. No big deal.  Re useable. Saves trees. Come on... everyone goes,  why not just be
An animal and get weird.

Everyone had their own butt rag,  as my dear departed granny used to say.  She grew up in a rural area of Texas,  and survived the 1917 flu pandemic and the great dust bowl and WW2 etc.  I am starting to see the deep wisdom of her "weird ways". She always saved plastic bags,  and she always found uses for them too.   I'm glad to have grown up a little odd like her.

Learn to make bread... Use Causes' recipes here.

Like kobuk said, sew. Don't buy much new materialistic things. Repurpose things.  Don't be afraid to buy what you need, but only but what you need.

And please don't be the doomsday guy/ gal.  Makes America weak by hurting others.

That doomsday guy may die with 100 rolls of the best white gold.  But I have my butt rag.  :-[

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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #30 on: March 22, 2020, 11:59:43 am »
There are two main things that are making me mad about this whole coronavirus situation.  :goldpissed:

One is the fact that President Trump and/or his administration has consistantly "fumbled the ball" so to speak at every opportunity to combat this virus. Every time I read the news, it's like him and the rest of his administration are stalling on providing help to the American people. I'm not going to go into details. I think Old Rabbit is doing enough already by discussing in his other political thread about the situation.

Second, I'm sick and tired of all the conspiracy theories being spread about concerning the virus.  :goldpissed: :goldpissed: :goldpissed:
QUOTE:  "The best defense against fearing what you do not understand is knowledge. Educate yourself. The more you know, the better informed and wiser you’ll be."

Conspiracy theories are NOT knowledge! All they do is promote fear, panic, and hysteria. REAL knowledge about coronavirus comes from the CDC, WHO, your doctor, and any other OFFICIAL medical sources.
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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #31 on: March 27, 2020, 09:44:49 pm »
I have been watching the statistics of this virus.   It does alarm me a bit. 

Doing my best to actively avoid it.  My job requires me to keep working and traveling.  So that is a bummer.   Got food so should be ok for a bit like maybe a month if i ration it out.

The virus seems so random as to who gets it and how bad.  Even the symptoms one gets seems to be varied.  Loss of smell,  headache,  fever or not,  chills or not,  gi upset or not... very hard to pinpoint textbook symptoms.  Essentially testing is only proof you have it.  Some are asymptomatic, others fall ill in 2 to 3 days.
Because of its Trump like unpredictability,  the virus has me worried because I naturally want to understand things to a certain level.

I hear people coughing a wet labored cough at work and I feel like I'm doomed and I want to burst out yelling,  "hey dumb butt go home,  you may kill my parents! And I don't want to be the one to bring death to them!"
I think I will be fine.  Maybe.  But my parents.... not so sure.

From what I can see in the data, America is on part with Italy in terms of learning to control this virus and or lack of responsiveness.  We are not doing what's right.   People here are still driving to places as they feel.

I have papers that I carry with me to prove I need to travel.  Else I don't travel.

I'm doing my part,  but what the heck is going on in New York?? Is that just the populatuon density in the cities causing most of the problem? Is it the fact that they all use mass transit? Idk. I don't really know.  I've never been there.

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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #32 on: March 31, 2020, 09:47:24 pm »
 Data shows USA recovering at a steeper rate than others. We may claim most confirmed cases, more than China,  but our deaths are lower than Italy.  And what's more, social distancing is flattening the curve right now,  so it is working!
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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #33 on: April 01, 2020, 10:38:08 am »
Some links that should help people in these troubling Covid-19 times.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/01/politics/stimulus-money-distribution-individuals/index.html

https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/11/health/coronavirus-cold-allergies-flu-difference-symptoms-wellness-trnd/index.html

https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/economic-impact-payments-what-you-need-to-know

https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/27/politics/stimulus-check-calculator/index.html

https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/28/politics/stimulus-check-scams/index.html

https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/29/politics/treasury-secretary-steve-mnuchin-stimulus-checks/index.html

https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/31/health/coronavirus-masks-experts-debate/index.html

https://www.cnn.com/videos/health/2020/03/31/when-to-wear-masks-gupta-tsr-vpx.cnn

https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/31/health/what-is-coronavirus-covid-19-wellness/index.html

https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/22/success/cannot-pay-bills-coronavirus/index.html

https://www.cnn.com/interactive/2020/03/health/coronavirus-tipsheets/coronavirus-proof-your-home/index.html

https://www.cnn.com/videos/health/2020/03/26/coronavirus-covid-19-food-grocery-delivery-safety-tips-orig.cnn

https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/28/media/information-coronavirus-reliable-sources/index.html

https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/26/health/immunity-exercise-sleep-meditation-stress-coronavirus-drayer-wellness/index.html

https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/17/health/coronavirus-quarantine-grocery-list-drayer-wellness/index.html


Any other advice I can give right now is:

a) If you have to work from home for any reason, then keep your computer, cellphone, etc. up to date with anti-virus and other computer updates. When working from home (or doing other non-work stuff), you may be sharing lots of information about people, places, and things. Be careful what you do and where you go on the Net.

b) It's obvious that people have been panic buying stuff in stores and hoarding due to the coronavirus which is not a good thing.  >:( How this will affect food production, prices, farming, and grocery shopping in the long term is unknown. Already, there are limits in some stores about how much a person can buy. As the weather eventually gets better, some people may wish to start growing gardens and planting their own food crops to sustain themselves. This will cut down on money you have to spend at the grocery store which may be needed for other things. People were growing "Victory Gardens" back in World War 2 to sustain themselves and the troops. We may need to do that again if this coronavirus pandemic has any sort of long term effect on food production. Also learn how to can, freeze, and dehydrate various food items. ;)


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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #34 on: April 01, 2020, 06:25:38 pm »
I'm not worried about the virus my immune system is too strong but I fear humanity more than anything. But I also see this as a good study on human behavior.
If a zombie Apocalypse happens dad and I will know what to go for first then go for everything else then get the hell out dodge as my mom puts it.  And yes we'ere having trouble stocking up on TP because the stores are having trouble, no hand soap either. Good thing we got napkins if we run out of tp.

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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #35 on: April 01, 2020, 08:51:41 pm »
I'm not worried about the virus my immune system is too strong
^ What?  :o Yeah, I hear a lot of people saying that.......until they end up sick at home, or have been tested for coronavirus, or in a hospital on a ventilator.  :P Nobody is 100% immune to anything. We all get sick from something.

....but I fear humanity more than anything. But I also see this as a good study on human behavior.

If a zombie Apocalypse happens dad and I will know what to go for first then go for everything else then get the hell out dodge as my mom puts it.
^ What zombie apocolypse? That only happens in the movies. There's no such thing as zombies.  :P

And yes we'ere having trouble stocking up on TP because the stores are having trouble, no hand soap either. Good thing we got napkins if we run out of tp.
You can't and shouldn't use napkins as TP. They have about the same consistency as paper towels and are not flushable down the toilet. You might have to resort to using kleenex if you don't have enough TP. You're going to have to look everywhere you can for TP. Walmart, Target, Convenience stores, gas stations, Shop online, Aldi, Dollar Stores, etc. You may even have to travel further distances from your home to find what you need and/or travel to stores at various times of the day. As for soap, soap is soap. Doesn't matter if it's bar soap or the liquid hand soap. Find and buy whatever you have to to wash your hands.
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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #37 on: April 01, 2020, 11:05:35 pm »
I'm not worried about the virus my immune system is too strong

Not to bust your bubble there friend but a strong immune system can also kill you because it overreacts to threats. You don't want your system to go crazy over the virus and start attacking even healthy cells because that's even worse for you than the virus.

I'm with Kobuk, no one is fully immune and you shouldn't believe yourself untouchable because you think your immune system can handle it and you certainly shouldn't believe in your system to the degree that you recklessly go out in public needlessly. That's just crazy plus that kind of mindset can give you tunnel vision where you think mostly of your own self and safety and it doesn't enter into your mind that you could potentially be carrying the virus on you and exposing others to it.

I guess what I'm saying is, even if you think you're going ot be fine because you believe in your immune system, it's no reason or excuse to disregard the procedures.
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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #38 on: April 02, 2020, 02:09:54 am »
Just chillin over here doin my best to stay healthy. Other work shutdown (Bowling alley), and my other work is considered essential (food industry). I come in contact with close to 100-300 people in the span of 2-4 hours on a normal day at work. My hours have been cut but our CEO is very nice and cares about us. So whatever our average weekly hours were we get paid. Even if we only worked 5 hours that week we still get paid as if we worked 30.(plus bonus check)

I'm not worried. I quit reading the news after awhile because I know that it's all bad, it just makes me more depressed and anxious . I just like to live in the now. If things get worse. I will continue to live as if it was my last.
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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #40 on: April 03, 2020, 12:21:21 am »
 Great... it's able to be spread by just breathing... coughing not needed... just great.
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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #41 on: April 03, 2020, 12:47:41 pm »
Great... it's able to be spread by just breathing... coughing not needed... just great.

Seems like every time I wake up in the morning and read the news, the reports keep changing from one thing to another. Does it do this or does it do that? Same thing goes for face masks. Should people wear them or not?
When it comes to face masks, I'm starting to be of the opinion that people should just wear them. Period. Doesn't matter if you are sick or not.

And if you don't have a face mask to wear, then you can substitute a bandana or scarf. Just make sure to wash them every day if possible.

A few more links for today:


https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/03/us/face-masks-health-experts-guidance-trnd/index.html

https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/03/politics/student-loan-debt-suspension-economy/index.html

https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/02/health/how-to-stop-touching-your-face-wellness/index.html

And for anybody who is smoking right now, you may wish to stop. Read the following.
https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/03/health/coronavirus-quitting-smoking-wellness/index.html
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« Reply #42 on: April 04, 2020, 11:26:02 am »
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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #43 on: April 04, 2020, 07:33:49 pm »
I've been making a few masks here.  But not "furry"
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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #44 on: April 10, 2020, 10:36:43 pm »
Another link about the coronavirus stimulus payments.
https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/10/politics/stimulus-check-free-tax-filing/index.html

People may also want to check the main IRS government website too for how and when to get stimulus checks.

If and when I get mine, I won't be using it for anything foolish. No "luxury" items so to speak. Will save as much as I can for future bills and "preparedness". God only knows how long this coronavirus will last and affect daily life.  :P
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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #45 on: April 13, 2020, 10:14:41 am »
I'm mostly worried for the health of my parents and grandmother. My parents are on the borderline for risk groups, but my grandmother is pretty much the epitome of high risk. They're all taking the necessary precautions, but I just worry that somebody's gonna be stupid and get one of them ill.

I checked this morning; no federal deposit for me yet. It's just gonna be dumped in savings when I get it, but I might use a little sliver of it to fund a slipcover for my couch.


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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #47 on: April 24, 2020, 02:38:22 pm »
Dollars $$ vs. Death  x_x. Which do you want?

I'm not good with economics, so I'll try and make this as short and simple as I can. But it sure as hell won't be sweet.
I've been reading and hearing news stories about how cities, states, etc. want businesses and the entire U.S. economy re-opened during this coronavirus pandemic. Businesses are losing money, people are losing jobs, etc., etc., etc.
So let me say this:
You can't run a business if you're on a ventilator in a hospital.
You can't run a business if you're six feet under in a coffin.
And you're not going to have much, if any, customers if you (or others) make people sick with the coronavirus by getting together and not following safe guidelines.
All you'll end up doing in the long run is continuing to spread the virus thereby making more people sick. And worst of all, you'll be doing a disservice and dishonoring the medical and other emergency personnel who are trying valiantly to save your sorry butt and the lives of your friends, neighbors, and other family members. So quit your crybaby whining and belly aching and follow your city, state, and Fed. guidelines for staying safe at home! I sympathize. I really do. I'd like to see businesses and the economy opened just as much as the next person. But I'm not going to risk my health or the health of others to do so.
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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #48 on: April 24, 2020, 03:00:40 pm »
I'm more worried about stupid Americans. President Trump just said injecting sanitizer is a cure.  Once injected the agent will do damage for hours before it even starts to be expelled from the body. That's only if the kidneys haven't already been shut down. It's a very long and painful death. The best an injector could hope for is to pass out and die in their sleep. Survivors will spend the rest of their lives dealing with internal damage. This is no joke.

There is no difference between killing someone and telling someone to do something that will kill them. In the end it's still murder.
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Re: Are you worried about the Coronavirus?
« Reply #49 on: April 24, 2020, 06:39:18 pm »
I'm more worried about stupid Americans. President Trump just said injecting sanitizer is a cure.  Once injected the agent will do damage for hours before it even starts to be expelled from the body. That's only if the kidneys haven't already been shut down. It's a very long and painful death. The best an injector could hope for is to pass out and die in their sleep. Survivors will spend the rest of their lives dealing with internal damage. This is no joke.

Well, it's not sanitizer really. It was more bleach and other disinfectants. But........I don't doubt some people will try sanitizer.  :P

There is no difference between killing someone and telling someone to do something that will kill them. In the end it's still murder.

Good luck to anybody who tries to make murder stick to Trump. Trump would just spin doctor it so many ways and say he was just joking or being sarcastic.  :P
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