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Note:the above post does NOT pertain to Moderna or Pfizer vaccines.
Moderator 01/25/21 11:43am Around the Campfire
RE: It's a wonderful day: COVID vaccinations

I'd be curious to see any reactions people might have. I'm never nervous about getting a flu shot but this one makes me a little edgier.Our first shot was so simple, no pain beyond that of a mosquito bite. And, no reactions. :) Really don't anticipate any more than that next week.
Moderator 01/20/21 05:32pm Around the Campfire
RE: It's a wonderful day: COVID vaccinations

Come on down Barney. Unfortunately our state as a whole, has not been as organized as it should be. Fortunately, Putnam County Health Services has done an Excellent job in organizing; surrounding counties are still having significant problems getting their act together. Here is hoping you get yours soon!!!
Moderator 01/20/21 02:06pm Around the Campfire
RE: It's a wonderful day: COVID vaccinations

We are going to let this thread run for a while and see how it goes. It may be a good place for 'general' comments (non-scientific in a way) related to the process of individuals receiving their vaccinations, reactions to them, etc. We all understand there are 'issues' to be resolved in the distribution. On a personal note, my spouse and I have had our first round and next week will receive our second. The sooner we can all get vaccinated the sooner the better.
Moderator 01/20/21 09:59am Around the Campfire
RE: ....

No it isn't. The buck stops here!
Moderator 01/19/21 04:01pm Around the Campfire

We are drifting away from the intent of this thread; to provide documented information, from legitimate sources, that may be helpful in curbing/eliminating the spread of Covid. let's get back to that purpose please. Thank you. :)
Moderator 01/17/21 08:23am Around the Campfire
RE: Tampa RV show

moved from ATC
Moderator 01/15/21 03:47pm Rallies, Shows and Gatherings
RE: Keep a Word Change a Word, Part II.

expiration date
Moderator 01/12/21 10:32am Around the Campfire

It's understandable, we are all under stress. It's hard to maintain a positive outlook but necessary.:)
Moderator 01/10/21 06:08pm Around the Campfire

Here is one study (just one of several), results vary a bit but seems to be generally accurate; as best determined: 30 percent of people with Covid show no symptoms. Keep in mind this was the end of last November; someone else may find more recent data on this topic.
Moderator 01/10/21 02:36pm Around the Campfire

This forum is to share what we do know, based on the best available information. Keep in mind we, the world in fact, has never faced such a pandemic therefore we are in 'new territory'. Criticizing any country is not helpful. Most everyone wants this to be over; we are learning as we go. That is why this thread will focus ONLY on what we DO know and how we need to respond to events as they unfold. Complaining, conjecture, and blaming has no place here. We ask posters continue to limit themselves to information as previously outlined. Thank you.
Moderator 01/10/21 01:19pm Around the Campfire

Following is the first post made in this thread last March. Keep in mind this thread is directed toward the medial aspects of Covid, it's spread, and treatments. We ask you follow these same guidelines as we enter 2021 and beyond. "2019–20 Coronavirus Pandemic Postings Due the confusion, and some alarm, being created by many posts being made about the Virus pandemic we are going to make a change on how to post about the Virus in this forum. Many posts about the Virus Pandemic are being made without appropriate documentation validation. This is leading to the spread of incorrect, and possibly dangerous, information and conjecture. The well being of all our members is paramount. Therefore, we are requesting any future posts related in any way to the Virus be made in this thread and this thread only. We are closing any other Virus related threads in ATC. We ask you share only information that may be helpful and/or comforting to our members. In addition, we ask you only post information regarding current status of, spread of, medication for, behaviors advised, etc. from those sources most capable of providing current and accurate information, and please cite and/or quote the source(s). Some examples are the World Health Organization, National Institute for Health, and the Center for Disease Control. We will closely monitor the posts for adherence to the above guidelines. We are all in this together, let us work together, and watch out for the health of each other. We have made this a ‘sticky’ so it will remain at the top of the forum. If you have any concerns/complaints about this change in posting policy please contact us via the Private Message function rather than complain within the forum. Thank you!"
Moderator 01/10/21 11:15am Around the Campfire
RE: Keep a Word Change a Word, Part II.

Honor student
Moderator 01/07/21 08:18pm Around the Campfire

Ok, time to get back to documentation. If you want to post numbers of victims, number ill, etc... use legitimate sources. This is too serious to deal with hear-say. Thank you.
Moderator 01/04/21 09:01pm Around the Campfire
RE: RV Resolutions MIA

Moved from ATC
Moderator 01/03/21 04:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: I just got the new RV Magazine

Moved from ATC
Moderator 01/01/21 03:09pm General RVing Issues
RE: Employment VS Unemployment

Folks, for goodness sakes! There is no reason to make personal attacks and assumptions about other members posting. We hope this topic can continue to be discussed without several being so disagreeable. Let’s start the New Year on a positive note.
Moderator 12/31/20 09:46am Around the Campfire
RE: Scary Incidents in Life, Part 1

Stay on topic folks, or we're going to have to shut this one down. Thanks.
Moderator 12/29/20 06:54pm Around the Campfire
RE: Employment VS Unemployment

Qualifying for Unemployment It is a very 'mixed bag' and can vary by state.
Moderator 12/29/20 06:59am Around the Campfire
Merry Christmas!

We wish all members a very Merry Christmas and a Positive New Year! :)
Moderator 12/25/20 02:42pm RV Lifestyle
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