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In Israel in May the numbers went down but now in June there starting to go back up.... will we see that trend in the US?

There is no herd immunity in Israel.

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Lol

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Amazing TR!! Show us photos of the caviar factories.

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My wife and I were sick for the past few days. Both tested positive today.
Lakewood nj

Are you publicizing for contact tracing? Have you been to shul?

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Just Shmooze / Re: PSA: Don't swipe recklessly for others
« on: May 31, 2020, 12:42:31 PM »
Question is, would they have gotten caught if they did legit spending?

Case would have been way weaker.

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Just Shmooze / Re: PSA: Don't swipe recklessly for others
« on: May 31, 2020, 01:29:08 AM »
First of more, or the unlucky one?

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The way I look at it is, are these same Rabbanim meikil on most other things, or are they machmirim elsewhere? Explains if it's a kula or a chumra.

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“Tatty, can you tell me a story?”

“Sure! My neighbor’s father locked himself in his house for 3 weeks before Purim. His kids and wife got “fed up”, so on Purim, he came to his son’s house for the seuda (staying a few feet away from everyone, of course). He died. Now my neighbor needs to keep his outdoor minyan going because there are too many chiyuvim in Shul and he needs to daven for the Amud. The end.”

*names and identifying details have been changed

Key word Purim.

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I've spoken to a few doctors. Bottom line is that some people will stay positive for a very long time and having antibodies doesn't mean that you turned negetive. You get antibodies in the beginning but you can continue to be positive for much longer.

Most also believe that when you're showing positive after a long time and you are feeling fine it's probably the test picking up some dead covid (my expression) and even if it is live somehow they believe that it's not contagious.

There have been a number of studies already on this. It's a fact.

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Shuls in Monsey are open for several weeks already, but this was the first week with zero restrictions and packed mikvaos.

Still haven't heard of a single new case bh.

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Which part of Monsey? It's certainly not the case in the areas of Monsey I'm familiar with.

Chassidish

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Pretty much all shuls in Monsey were open this Shabbos.

People are using common sense after new cases have been unheard of locally for a while.

The people who are comfortable are mostly anyway with antibodies.

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My neighbor was sick in bed for 2 weeks at home. Tested his entire family and only he had antibodies.

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Next plot twist. My wife got tested now:



I'm flabbergasted.

Many people like this. We don't know yet why some people just didn't catch it.

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Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: Montreal Master Thread
« on: May 13, 2020, 01:49:59 PM »
Bh, Montreal wasn't hard hit. "only" 2 deaths downtown. And both more than a month ago. They closed before us and the virus reached there a little after us.

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