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    What if drivers refused the un-masked?

    We share the same thinking. I would almost expect U/L to come around to this policy, just as they slowly have arrived at recommending Lysol, gloves for luggage, and fresh air circulation. I was relieved to see their recommendations, but I had already been implementing that safety protocol for at...
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    What if drivers refused the un-masked?

    Thanks for your participation, but it looks like your reading skills are severely lacking.
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    A glimpse of the future - from 100 years ago

    1918 Spanish Flu historical documentary | Swine Flu Pandemic | Deadly plague of 1918 6,241,511 views Don't expect just one wave and we're done. This could go on for years, getting worse as it mutates.
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    A face mask protects you? Yes! No! Err...

    I'm revisiting this thread to note that the US is finally flip-flopping back to the notion that masks can help. Of course they can help, since they reduce the amount of respiratory droplets you can inhale or exhale. The US had to tell a little lie to cover up the embarrassing fact that we didn't...
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    What if drivers refused the un-masked?

    Because the whole thing is a hoax right? What would we do without smart-assed answers like this? We'd all be back to work a lot quicker. With this virus having such a high replication rate, every person that is encouraged to stop the spread can save many lives. If enough passengers were...
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    What if drivers refused the un-masked?

    Could we pull it off? How many lives would be saved if a critical mass of drivers just refused to drive un-masked passengers?
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    Pax drops 100MT TRUTH BOMB!

    Excellent work Jon. Very enjoyable reading, and historically important too.
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    A face mask protects you? Yes! No! Err...

    I have eyewear. I found a nice pair that are the over the glasses type of lab protection. They are like a cross between lab goggles and ski goggles. Cool looking and comfortable. I just ordered my second pair in black and red. No, they are not airtight. They just reduce my risk, which I am...
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    Drivers' strategy for coronavirus

    It feels like it may be about time to do just that. With healthy carriers it's no longer safe to wait until the coughing and sneezing.
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    A face mask protects you? Yes! No! Err...

    Thank you. 1583480513 It could be the face mask fails to reduce your risk only when there is a shortage of face masks.
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    A face mask protects you? Yes! No! Err...

    I had a wonderful start to my shift yesterday. Two Chinese college girls toes to the curb with face masks on. I was delighted. They were plainly hesitant to talk about them as it was clear they were anticipating some abuse from their driver. They relaxed a bit when I pointed to the one around my...
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    Coronavirus!?

    You'll have no way of knowing whether they have the flu or CoViD-19, because they will look healthy. I think it's best to prepare for both. My current strategy is to keep windows slightly cracked and procedure mask around my neck until any sneeze or cough. I keep it below my chin to greet the...
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    Coronavirus!?

    Coronaviruses can remain on surfaces for up to 9 days, study finds https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/quality/coronaviruses-can-remain-on-surfaces-for-up-to-9-days-study-finds.html Here's the original source https://www.journalofhospitalinfection.com/article/S0195-6701(20)30046-3/fulltext
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    Coronavirus!?

    Source: Scientists Discover Coronavirus Has An Incubation Period Of Up To 24 Days And Can Survive For 9 Days On A Smooth Surface http://themostimportantnews.com/archives/scientists-discover-coronavirus-has-an-incubation-period-of-up-to-24-days-and-can-survive-for-9-days-on-a-smooth-surface
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    What is your strategy for dealing with CoVid-19 while driving?

    While a few days ago they were saying packages were usually safe, with this new data I agree we should be cautious and aware. There are going to be numerous ways one can be infected. Either by listening to idiot experts spreading wrong information, or even nutcases spitting on elevator buttons...
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