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Mask or No Mask

LuvTheFlip

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Remember this virus is transmitted by droplets. The cloth face coverings and surgical masks do nothing for the wearer. They only stop YOU from spreading anything. Only N 95 masks are for self protection. Face it we engage in a risky hobby, this is just another risk. If you get the virus you have a 99.8% chance of survival. We can't hide under the bed forever. And there's no way social distancing is gonna work. We're all gonna get it sooner or later. Might as well enjoy life.
 

BillaBong

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It is always "safe" to wear it and enter the premises. The protection if more from Health Officials and if you were ever CTed!
And still better if you said I wore it all the time :)
 

Nedmerrill

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I'd love to go to my usual parlor for a quality massage, teasing TS, and some intimate fun but would walk out if I was required to wear a mask for any of those activities. I'll wait and see what the early reviewers report first.
 

creepingdeath1

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Just think of it as a costume. Personally, I feel that a condom degrades experience far more than a mask, but I still wear a condom most of the times.
Different animal - coronavirus has been grossly overstated. Unless your in one of the high risk groups, you're going to be fine. My immune system will CRUSH coronavirus.

The Herp is forever. Way more concerned with STD's than I am with coronavirus
 

TGBeldin

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Remember this virus is transmitted by droplets. The cloth face coverings and surgical masks do nothing for the wearer. They only stop YOU from spreading anything. Only N 95 masks are for self protection. Face it we engage in a risky hobby, this is just another risk. If you get the virus you have a 99.8% chance of survival. We can't hide under the bed forever. And there's no way social distancing is gonna work. We're all gonna get it sooner or later. Might as well enjoy life.
Those numbers have huge error bars. In a 250 mile radius from me the stats updated last night are 4.9% chance of not surviving. That is more than enough to get my attention.
 

TGBeldin

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And as we are finding out many of the survivors are fighting long term, maybe very long term, pulminary problems.

If I were one of the women I can't imagine seeing someone without a mask.
 

Happy357

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Those numbers have huge error bars. In a 250 mile radius from me the stats updated last night are 4.9% chance of not surviving. That is more than enough to get my attention.
A 5% mortality rate is wayy off unless your region's numbers are severely skewed by nursing homes. Actual mortality rate is almost certainly well below 1%.
 

creepingdeath1

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A 5% mortality rate is wayy off unless your region's numbers are severely skewed by nursing homes. Actual mortality rate is almost certainly well below 1%.
and take into consideration the agreed upon fact that a significant amount of people have had it and were never symptomatic, and therefore never tested, and that 1% is further reduced.

The bottom line is that if youre under 65, dont smoke cigarettes, are not diabetic, and not going through chemotherapy or are otherwise immuno compromised, you are find. I'm way more concerned about the herp or rabies than covid 19
 

TGBeldin

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"If you discount the people who die, the death rate isn't too bad." OK, got it.

The numbers are incomplete. And the long term health effects and residual deaths are unknown. Both the number of infected people is almost certainly undercounted, but the number of "counted" deaths has also been low-balled--intentionally in some cases. But people will steadfastly stand behind highly questionable numbers that tell the story they want to be true.

I just took: number of reported COVID deaths divided by number of COVID positives here, and that gave .049 rounded to three decimals. And since both those numbers will continue to change, I put little trust that will be the final number.

But it is what the running numbers are here. One bad nursing home, but in general, no. Some very messed up situations where politics screwed over a whole set of counties and things got really bad--not just for the old and infirm.

It will be interesting how they official stats treat a person who contracts COVID-19, survives but with pulmonary problems, and dies 6 mos later from a lung issue they are very unlikely to have had save for the long term COVID pulmonary problem. Is that a "COVID death"? Stuff like that will drive the final percentage up or down.

By the way: you are more concerned about rabies? How many people near you die from rabies in a year?
 
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