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Re: yeshivas that are open
« Reply #420 on: June 11, 2020, 11:37:28 AM »


There’s a big world out there with many different types of people from all walks of life.
The disrespectful (nicely put) attitude towards certain Jewish communities different then yourself has become a pattern here.

They are blamed here for all problems Jews are suffering, from causing antisemitism to spreading the virus.
Those are the people that don’t use there common sense.
Those are the ones that are ok killing there parents.
Those are also the same people that there un-education in medical treatment caused them to put out these false accusations on hospitals.
And so on and on and on,

Lesson for life: If you have an issue understanding different people and cultures, then you know it’s time you get out more, learn, and you might find out that even though they’re not like you, they are good people making your world and worthy of your praises.

And I’m done here :)

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Re: yeshivas that are open
« Reply #421 on: June 17, 2020, 01:55:05 PM »
In my son's class (held in my house) there was an אריינפירעניש today.
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Re: yeshivas that are open
« Reply #422 on: June 17, 2020, 01:58:29 PM »
In my son's class (held in my house) there was an אריינפירעניש today.
English?
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Re: yeshivas that are open
« Reply #423 on: June 17, 2020, 02:06:46 PM »
In my son's class (held in my house) there was an אריינפירעניש today.
:( What happened??

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Re: yeshivas that are open
« Reply #424 on: June 17, 2020, 02:07:54 PM »
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Re: yeshivas that are open
« Reply #425 on: June 19, 2020, 08:36:08 AM »
English?

The ritual of bringing a male child to Cheder for the first time, traditionally done wrapped in a Tallis. Amongst other things, the first verse of Vayikra is taught to the child, the child licks honey off the Alef Beis letters, candies are thrown on the child while he is wrapped in a Talis and he is told the candies are from Malach Michoel etc. etc.
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Re: yeshivas that are open
« Reply #426 on: June 19, 2020, 09:26:43 AM »
In my son's class (held in my house) there was an אריינפירעניש today.
This is why rules that are unrealistic and don't match reality are more harmful than good. Wouldn't this setup be infinitely better in a school or some other controlled setting rather than moving from small house to house environment?
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Re: yeshivas that are open
« Reply #427 on: June 19, 2020, 09:28:04 AM »
This is why rules that are unrealistic and don't match reality are more harmful than good. Wouldn't this setup be infinitely better in a school or some other controlled setting rather than moving from small house to house environment?
Not from a super-spreader perspective.
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Re: yeshivas that are open
« Reply #428 on: June 19, 2020, 10:46:02 AM »
This is why rules that are unrealistic and don't match reality are more harmful than good. Wouldn't this setup be infinitely better in a school or some other controlled setting rather than moving from small house to house environment?

Here you are making assumptions again.

My living room, where my son's class is learning, is a lot more spacious and ventilated than any classroom. Why would a school environment be better? (Though I wouldn't care one way or another).

Not from a super-spreader perspective.

Talking of which, there was what would probably be called a "super spreader event" in my house on Purim. That same yeshiva held a farbrengen in my house again last week (albeit with a slightly smaller crowd). How long should we wait until some here are convinced that our community is safe? It took less than 2 weeks after Purim for almost everyone to get sick to one degree or another.
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Re: yeshivas that are open
« Reply #429 on: June 19, 2020, 10:48:16 AM »
Here you are making assumptions again.

My living room, where my son's class is learning, is a lot more spacious and ventilated than any classroom. Why would a school environment be better? (Though I wouldn't care one way or another).

Talking of which, there was what would probably be called a "super spreader event" in my house on Purim. That same yeshiva held a farbrengen in my house again last week (albeit with a slightly smaller crowd). How long should we wait until some here are convinced that our community is safe? It took less than 2 weeks after Purim for almost everyone to get sick to one degree or another.
Wouldn’t you first need to introduce a highly infectious person into a similar sized crowd to see what would happen?
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Re: yeshivas that are open
« Reply #430 on: June 19, 2020, 10:57:25 AM »
How long should we wait until some here are convinced that our community is safe?
The first step would be offering an explanation as to how those who haven't gotten Covid yet, are protected from it? So far your argument as I see it is that you don't understand it either, but even though everything we know about this virus strongly suggests they are at risk, since you haven't seen a spike in the last few weeks, it must be over even if you don't understand why, and can offer no reasoning why it may not surge again soon.

It will take years before there is sufficient evidence that asymptomatic and mildly symptomatic Covid carriers don't have long term health impacts ch"v.

In fact the data about relapses would suggest those who already contact Covid, like yourself, should be even more careful with their health (eat healthy, exercise cautiously, get vitamin D exposure, etc).



Talking of which, there was what would probably be called a "super spreader event" in my house on Purim. That same yeshiva held a farbrengen in my house again last week (albeit with a slightly smaller crowd).
Reinforces my theory that the reason we aren't noticing a spike in NY is because those who aren't being careful now weren't being careful early on & got it already, and those who were careful early on & didn't get it yet are still being careful.
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Re: yeshivas that are open
« Reply #431 on: June 21, 2020, 01:28:26 AM »
In fact the data about relapses would suggest those who already contact Covid, like yourself, should be even more careful with their health (eat healthy, exercise cautiously, get vitamin D exposure, etc).
Source?

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Re: yeshivas that are open
« Reply #432 on: June 21, 2020, 03:58:44 AM »
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Re: yeshivas that are open
« Reply #433 on: June 21, 2020, 05:50:30 AM »
It's been well established... Here's the first Google result for 'Covid relapse'

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/05/11/coronavirus-patients-discharged-from-hospitals-report-long-struggle-some-relapse-who-says.html

If its so established then why have we not seen any articles since early May? There was 1 article from Vox and thats it.

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Re: yeshivas that are open
« Reply #434 on: June 21, 2020, 06:06:06 AM »
If its so established then why have we not seen any articles since early May? There was 1 article from Vox and thats it.
There are countless articles. Here is one from June 14

https://medium.com/@shinjieyong/the-covid-19-virus-can-last-for-months-why-efb8314b2b98

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There have been many cases in which discharged patients returned to the hospital with milder symptoms and positive Covid-19 status, which I detailed here. Current science agrees that it is more likely for Covid-19 to reactivate than reinfect. Reactivation means the same initial virus is replicating again (after lying dormant for a while), whereas reinfection means a new, different source of infection. For example, a Switzerland study concludes: “Reinfection appears unlikely since Covid-19 infection rates were low in the region of our hospital and the trend of new infections declining at the time the patients were treated.”


More shocking than arguing about a simple Google search results is that people here who spend considerable time talking about the virus don't know it's elementary details
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