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Admin9705

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So TX is ranked 50th or near the bottom in testing. For a large state, it does have a lower amount of deaths. Do you think that this will result in a wave 2 outbreak or can the Govt ensure that proper test are being done to ensure proper tracing is done?

For anyone outside the US, hows your confidence in current handling?
 

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Do you think that this will result in a wave 2 outbreak or can the Govt ensure that proper test are being done to ensure proper tracing is done?
I think another wave will happen. Who knows how big it will be, but I think it will be something. Being around more people again allows it to spread easier and I'm sure people from most states are eager to get out of the house as soon as possible. Lack of testing seems to be an issues for every state, so we really don't have an accurate amount anywhere. The virus could also mutate again at some point and then we are right back to square one.
 

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What is more concerning is South Korea, which has been seen globally as the best at handling the situation, has reported people who had covid and recovered are now testing positive again. Hopefully not true but if recovering doesn't equate to immunity, that's gonna be a big problem. In the states law mandates a vaccine cannot be available to the public until at least 14 months of testing has been conducted to prove no long term side effects.
 

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I think another wave will happen. Who knows how big it will be, but I think it will be something. Being around more people again allows it to spread easier and I'm sure people from most states are eager to get out of the house as soon as possible. Lack of testing seems to be an issues for every state, so we really don't have an accurate amount anywhere. The virus could also mutate again at some point and then we are right back to square one.
ya the people moving around piece is not helpful
 

Admin9705

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What is more concerning is South Korea, which has been seen globally as the best at handling the situation, has reported people who had covid and recovered are now testing positive again. Hopefully not true but if recovering doesn't equate to immunity, that's gonna be a big problem. In the states law mandates a vaccine cannot be available to the public until at least 14 months of testing has been conducted to prove no long term side effects.
ya this is rough. it maybe one of those things were we have to adjust to if no shot comes out for it. imagine if it becomes a wider spread during winter months and morphs yearly.
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Well now, GA beat TX to it. Starting monday, you can to the movies and take your kids out to eat ice-cream and run in a crowded park.
 
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