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    I was kinda hoping after the vaccine things will open up, but it might be awhile. In my part of the country, I don’t think people will wear masks and social distance after the vaccine. I understand it’s ideal to wait for the research before throwing caution to the wind, but I’m not sure how realistic it is? I’m just ready to go back to normal.


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    I have been thinking about this very topic for a few days now. I decided to browse for the latest info from nationally recognized infectious disease experts NOT named Fauci. Trying to get a sense of where we are and are likely to be a month or so from now. Depending on whose numbers you prefer , some 50 million people have been vaccinated and we are doing 2 million shots per day. In 30 days that is another 60 million people. Aside from specialized categories like health workers and first responders , most recipients are over 65. Add in all the people who have built up immunity and the number of people with no or reduced viral load is growing . Arithmetically but growing. And the variants do not yet appear to be unaffected by the vaccinations. So the question is : A month from now , how "open" can we safely be ? Especially schools ?
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    I’d prefer people keep the mask on unless they were vaccinated and/or agree to temp checks and to stay 6ft away.

    i like how servers have to wear masks and they’re not talking n spitting all over my food

    Wearing masks post pandemic would also be ideal if you have to wait in a doctor office with other sick people or if you’re in an enclosed space like a bus or train or plane

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    ^^^unfortunately coronavirus will be around for awhile because it has an animal reservoir. (I was hoping it would be like smallpox vaccine,) I guess it’s up to every individual to do what they feel is best for their well being as we can’t count on the government or other people to have our best interest in mind (such is life). If I’m the only only wearing a mask in my community so be it. I do think moving forward we’ll really have to be our own advocates as the government and corporations will continue to put profit over people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Stoner View Post
    I have been thinking about this very topic for a few days now. I decided to browse for the latest info from nationally recognized infectious disease experts NOT named Fauci. Trying to get a sense of where we are and are likely to be a month or so from now. Depending on whose numbers you prefer , some 50 million people have been vaccinated and we are doing 2 million shots per day. In 30 days that is another 60 million people. Aside from specialized categories like health workers and first responders , most recipients are over 65. Add in all the people who have built up immunity and the number of people with no or reduced viral load is growing . Arithmetically but growing. And the variants do not yet appear to be unaffected by the vaccinations. So the question is : A month from now , how "open" can we safely be ? Especially schools ?
    They’re still in phase 1 of vaccinations here

    Schools? I think a hybrid option would be a good idea so that those who want to stay at home can learn from home and those who want to go in person can go in person.

    They should have a choice n not be forced to do it one way or the other.

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