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From an article in the New York Times, it appears virus transmission is much easier than first accepted: A few sentences have shaken a century of science. A week ago, more than a year after the World Health Organization declared that we face a pandemic, a page on its website titled “Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19): How Is It Transmitted?” got a seemingly small update. The agency’s response to that question had been that “current evidence suggests that the main way the virus spreads is by respiratory droplets” — which are expelled from the mouth and quickly fall to the ground — “a
I was finally able to get my first shot yesterday! Pfizer. Arm a little sore and quarter-sized bruise, but otherwise fine. Things are ramping up. 12 to 15 year-olds eligible next week. Fingers crossed we reach herd immunity... https://twitter.com/nowthisnews/status/1390122392375087104?s=20
These past 10 day I've had to isolate in Real Life due to a colleague at RL work testing positive (who has thankfully made a 100% recovery). Has anyone else been driven bananas by having to isolate? I figured I was lucky as I have my exercise bike which has been pounded an average of 4 hours a day, and Second Life which I was on an average on 12 hours daily. so, it got me wondering besides when is it Patch's and Tommy's birthdays, but has anyone else seen Second Life as a true aid to isolation in Real Life? disclaimer: my forum block list currently stands a