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Username Post: DO YOU KNOW ANYONE WHO DIED FROM COVID19??        (Topic#361140)
wagonman100 
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Loc: Baltimore, MD
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06-06-20 06:18 AM - Post#2795754    
    In response to Chevrobert

It actually turned out my wife’s client died of a heart attack, but did test positive for Covid-19. The stress on his system from the Covid-19 may have triggered the heart attack though, he was an elderly gentleman with other health issues.

For a pretty small state, I guess Maryland has a good number of cases. I still see the numbers in the 700-1,000 new cases per day. But the hospitalizations, ICU admissions and death numbers are going down. We weren’t one of the “hot spots” though. Not surprised we had a problem with the number of people I saw not taking any precautions before the restrictions were put in place and the number of people using the precautions incorrectly when they are using them. My co-worker saw one guy trying to use his touch screen phone with gloves on and it wasn’t registering, so he took the glove off and held it in his mouth while he used the phone.

Jay
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tommy49 
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06-08-20 11:47 AM - Post#2795892    
    In response to wagonman100

We've been lucky so far in Manistee County, Michigan, with only 11 cases and no deaths, but I'm afraid it won't last, too many believe it's a hoax. Wonder where they get that from?

Tommy

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Chevrobert 
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Loc: Braintree, Ma. USA
Reg: 06-14-08
06-08-20 05:54 PM - Post#2795925    
    In response to tommy49

  • tommy49 Said:
We've been lucky so far in Manistee County, Michigan, with only 11 cases and no deaths,


Good.
I think the worst is over.
BUT It'll probably pop up in the
fall/winter again.


Bob
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'77 Pontiac Ventura SJ
'85 Lincoln Town Car
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bsa6565 
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Reg: 06-08-20
06-08-20 08:03 PM - Post#2795937    
    In response to Chevrobert

Yes we had 26 cases at the nursing home I work at
they were all one one section 11 died the rest recovered Alot of staff quit but the ones that stayed were very good at what they do. Short staffed, many worked double 12 hr shifts I work in building maintenance The covid was contained and did not spread to the other 250 plus residents



 
bsa6565 
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Reg: 06-08-20
06-08-20 08:11 PM - Post#2795938    
    In response to bsa6565

Then we had riots 4 blocks away (minneapolis) and many refused to come to work at nite but things seem to be getting better alot of damage to buildings and fires and now the city council whats to dismantle the police force I dont live in Minneapolis and I think many will move away




 
Chevrobert 
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Loc: Braintree, Ma. USA
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06-10-20 05:20 PM - Post#2796111    
    In response to bsa6565

  • bsa6565 Said:
Yes we had 26 cases at the nursing home I work at
they were all one one section 11 died the rest recovered Alot of staff quit but the ones that stayed were very good at what they do. Short staffed, many worked double 12 hr shifts I work in building maintenance The covid was contained and did not spread to the other 250 plus residents


Thank you and those staff
for sticking with it saving lives!
I know it isn't much but...,
Bravo!


Bob
'64 Impala SS
'77 Pontiac Ventura SJ
'85 Lincoln Town Car
Ain't to proud to think out loud.


 
bsa6565 
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06-11-20 06:34 AM - Post#2796135    
    In response to Chevrobert

thanks! Looking back at all of it It really made a difference in someones life . The family members still have a grandpa or grandma or parents to someday visit (we are in a lockdown for visitors)
I am getting a "heros bonus pay " But the nurses n staff are the real heros it takes courage to work around that covid when you have a family at home and if you are at risk yourself (MN has lost over 900 older residents of nursing home so far)



 
bsa6565 
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06-21-20 03:45 PM - Post#2796867    
    In response to bsa6565

Things are getting much better at the place I work They have "window visits" which is a visit by phone through a window. Also a area is set aside so that outdoor visits with masks and distance requirements can be done. All very good things ! I think about 3 months have been under restrictions Some people have also been putting on music shows..outside



 


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