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  1. Will you please share the source for those numbers?
  2. I don't know anyone who has tried it for covid. It doesn't get much debate, whether that be from unavailability or otherwise. There are other meds that are CCR5 antagonists, and I haven't really heard much debate about any of them either.
  3. I know we're kind of past covid, but I thought this was an interesting read. https://elemental.medium.com/coronavirus-may-be-a-blood-vessel-disease-which-explains-everything-2c4032481ab2
  4. Back when I lived in Maine, a colleague bought a house that cost roughly 300k. I couldn't believe how expensive that was. Then we moved to NY metro, and I realized that's the price of a modest- commodity condo here.
  5. The issues at hand are totally different, but it essentially comes down to one thing: people being unemployed because of circumstances outside of their control.
  6. I was under the impression that Oxbow cares, because he lists the numbers every single week.
  7. I saw a joke on twitter about feeling bad for future students when they have to learn about 2020 in history class. There's a lot packed in so far.
  8. I'm sure that would help the number of unemployment claims, and many of those employees likely live in other communities nearby and had no part in the destruction.
  9. UAH fundraisers met their 500k goal. What that actually means remains to be seen.
  10. Patrick Kane tweeted the UAH GoFundMe link. Should be interesting to see what that does to the number. I would guess a bunch of general hockey fans with no idea of context are about to throw their money at this.
  11. That's along the lines of a debate happening on twitter. What is stopping the UAH admin from taking all the proceeds of these fundraisers and then still just shuttering the program in a year when the WCHA folds?
  12. LIU gets their coach. https://www.sbncollegehockey.com/platform/amp/2020/5/27/21272368/long-island-university-hires-brett-riley-as-head-coach?utm_campaign=chrisdilks&utm_content=chorus&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&__twitter_impression=true
  13. The 14 days and 11 days are looking at two different aspects of the disease. 14 days is from exposure to development of infection. Most likely infection develops by day 6 or 7, but can go up to 14 days. That's where the quarantine guidelines come from. The 11 days is looking at how long someone is contagious once infected. Right now CDC guidelines are based on symptom resolution and negative diagnostic tests. But if this study holds true, it means someone would no longer be contagious after 11 days, even if they are still symptomatic at that point.
  14. https://www.bloomberg.com/amp/news/articles/2020-05-24/covid-19-patients-not-infectious-after-11-days-singapore-study This is one of the first things I've seen about the duration of being contagious once symptomatic. If this is validated, or more studies are able to be done, that would definitely make it easier to know when patients could return to assisted living/ long term care.
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