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CrazyHoe
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COVID-19

Post by CrazyHoe »

This Dr. gives good info

https://youtu.be/FN6S7jrAb8Q

Bushwacker
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Post by Bushwacker »

This damn corona epidemic has made the people in my area go bananas !!!

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Post by Speeder »

I see a silver lining - I now work from home for the forseeable future, and if it goes well enough I might be able to wrangle a permanent work from home position. Saves me a daily 70 mile commute and 2 hours of time per day. Plus I don't have to be stuck in that hole with those people.

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Post by Bushwacker »

Speeder wrote:I see a silver lining - I now work from home for the forseeable future, and if it goes well enough I might be able to wrangle a permanent work from home position. Saves me a daily 70 mile commute and 2 hours of time per day. Plus I don't have to be stuck in that hole with those people.
I hope it works out for you. But at the rate it's going around here I don't know if there will be any work every thing is closed!

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Post by 97k15004wd »

Same here. Things are closing left and right. Businesses are closing and laying off a ton of people.

CrazyHoe
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Post by CrazyHoe »

Speeder wrote:I see a silver lining - I now work from home for the forseeable future, and if it goes well enough I might be able to wrangle a permanent work from home position. Saves me a daily 70 mile commute and 2 hours of time per day. Plus I don't have to be stuck in that hole with those people.
That would be great for whomever could do it.
Less pollution,
More personal time,
Less stress,
Less risks,
Lower insurance
What else?

Myself, I switched to nights (social distancing lol)

CrazyHoe
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Post by CrazyHoe »

The whole video is quite informative  but at 15:50 confirms what I thought about why the gov is telling us why we don't need masks.



https://youtu.be/gAk7aX5hksU

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Post by Mike »

I own a medium sized (22 employees) HVAC contracting company in Houston. We are considered essential. We are busy and going into homes and businesses to do check ups, repairs and replace equipment. I would be going broke if I was forced to close my doors

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Post by CrazyHoe »

Mike wrote:I own a medium sized (22 employees) HVAC contracting company in Houston. We are considered essential. We are busy and going into homes and businesses to do check ups, repairs and replace equipment. I would be going broke if I was forced to close my doors
Add Covid decontamination service (UV light exposure or chemical)

and sell UV sterilization units added inside the ducts

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Post by Mike »

CrazyHoe wrote:
Mike wrote:I own a medium sized (22 employees) HVAC contracting company in Houston. We are considered essential. We are busy and going into homes and businesses to do check ups, repairs and replace equipment. I would be going broke if I was forced to close my doors
Add Covid decontamination service (UV light exposure or chemical)

and sell UV sterilization units added inside the ducts
we sell the Air Scrubbers https://www.airscrubberbyaerus.com/

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Post by Hog »

I just wanted to say Hi to everyone. So far our respirator vacancy remains at 78%, we are flattening the curve nicely.

Stay safe all.

peace
Hog

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Post by CrazyHoe »

Hog wrote:I just wanted to say Hi to everyone. So far our respirator vacancy remains at 78%, we are flattening the curve nicely.

Stay safe all.

peace
Hog
So the hospitals in TO are doing ok?

Same in QC, we prepared for the worst and the population did the social distancing thing, but after 6 weeks, everyone is restless.

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