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(NBC News)   Next time when dining out order the COVID-19 as an appetizer, the CDC now saying it leads to an increased risk of getting it   (nbcnews.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Restaurant, Eating, CDC report, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, increased risk, Dr. Todd Rice, limitation of the report  
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2020-09-10 3:29:55 PM  
We knew this back in March.

Are you telling me we have to relearn it all over again?
 
2020-09-10 4:43:14 PM  

Nadie_AZ: Are you telling me we have to relearn it all over again?


This implies we learned something in the first place
 
2020-09-10 5:45:47 PM  

Nadie_AZ: We knew this back in March.

Are you telling me we have to relearn it all over again?


It means 2Scoop's purge of the CDC missed someone
 
2020-09-10 6:23:11 PM  
Has everyone got their shocked face on?
 
2020-09-10 6:37:48 PM  
Fairly early on, some data folks said that increased credit card spending at bars and restaurants was a great indicator of an impending COVID surge.
 
2020-09-10 7:03:40 PM  
Wait, so sitting in a room with a bunch of unmasked people might lead to an increased rate of infection? Who could possibly have foreseen that?
 
2020-09-10 7:31:52 PM  
For fark's sake.

 
2020-09-10 8:15:45 PM  
No schitt?

Does Ric Romero work for the CDC now?


Nadie_AZ: We knew this back in March.

Are you telling me we have to relearn it all over again?


Well, since the average American seems to have the memory detail and span of a hamster, I'd say the answer is yes... over and over again.
 
2020-09-11 12:00:51 AM  

Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: Wait, so sitting in a room with a bunch of unmasked people might lead to an increased rate of infection? Who could possibly have foreseen that?


yeah, the no shiat headline of the year
 
2020-09-11 3:07:40 AM  

J.R. 'Bob' Chinaski: Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: Wait, so sitting in a room with a bunch of unmasked people might lead to an increased rate of infection? Who could possibly have foreseen that?

yeah, the no shiat headline of the year


And yet we're still seeing assholes doing just this, in droves, all over the goddamned country.

One person's "no shiat headline of the year" is another person's "DEM HOAX WHAT TO MAKE 'MURICA WEAK FOR MARXIST TAKEOVER BY SOSHULIZM GIMMIE ANOTHER BASKET O' FRIES!"
 
2020-09-11 11:11:12 AM  
Like I said in the other thread, I've eaten in restaurants. Not every day, and mostly for lunch. In uncrowded places. Haven't gone any bar hopping.

(shrug) So far (since May), I've been OK. Might cut back a little and go to takeout only, based on this info.

But I'm guessing most of the increase in COVID isn't restaurants, it's schools.

Close all the schools to in-person attendance and COVID goes down. Parents won't like it, but ...
 
2020-09-11 4:14:35 PM  
People who tested positive for COVID-19 were more than twice as likely to report eating or drinking at a bar or restaurant in the past two weeks.


if people are dining out, they're doing a whole bunch of other stuff that exposed them to it too.  I doubt the restaurant was the only place they've been in public
 
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