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RE: US to require COVID Testing for International Flyers

Does no one realize that the death toll from Covid per capita is 1000 times higher in the United States than in countries like Taiwan or South Korea or Vietnam or New Zealand? I think most of us realize it. We're all at odds over what needs to be done. And, we're at odds over a lot of things these days. Getting us to all row-in-the-same-direction seems harder than ever these days.
pconroy328 01/13/21 05:13pm RVing in Mexico and South America

There appears to be only one link?? Yes - I wasn't sure if I was posting appropriate content for this thread so I wanted to tread carefully. :)
pconroy328 01/12/21 01:02pm Around the Campfire

I'd like to share that I've found a couple of Youtube channels helpful for me. The first are from the "Medcram" channel. Specifically the ones where they interview Prof. Crotty. Scott Crotty's a virologist at LaJolla Institue of Immunology. What I enjoy most about Prof. Crotty is his ability to break the science behind this into digestable chunks. He's enjoyable to listen to, and brings a virologist's perspective into the discussion. We usually hear from physicians. Which is important, but a virologist and an immunologist can have an different perspective. The other channel is a bit more nerdy, and that's "This week in virology" hosted by Professor Racaniello. Vincent Racaniello is a professor of Microbio and Immunology at Columbia. And he too takes a very pragmatic, measured approach to the discussion. With his panel. Professors Crotty and Racaniello both had excellent discussions on the new variants (the mutations) and what they could mean. They've chatted about Vitamin D, Ivermectin and other topical themes. When I read a headling in the NYT or WaPo, I usually check in with these two podcasts in a few days to get their perspective. Doing our own research, staying informed is essential. As is taking care of one another. I'm fortunate enough to have had some work experience in the Virus/Antigen/Antibody field, and I find these two channels to be pretty balanced, pretty good. If you have other sources you enjoy, I'd love to hear about them as well. Thank you - stay safe!
pconroy328 01/12/21 09:17am Around the Campfire
RE: Giving it up

I don't know if I can live with it, but I have learned to live along side it. Well said. One foot in front of the other. One step at a time. We keep going.
pconroy328 01/12/21 09:00am RV Lifestyle
RE: T-Mobile Coverage

Thanks everyone for your feedback. It appears T-Mobile has better coverage than before, but not to the level of Verizon. T-Mobile is offering a device similar to a MiFi for a 30-day free trial period that allows you to connect any cell phone to it so you can see how T-Mobile works in your area. They even give you 30 gigs of data. Mint Mobile is also running on the T-Mobile/Sprint networks. It's on my to-do list to grab an old phone, and try one of their SIM cards. $15 a month seems like the cheapest way to check coverage. We travel almost exclusively west from here. Wyoming, MT, UT, ID, AZ, NM, CA, NV... For us, ATT has had the most coverage (Most, not necessarily the best), VZ has been second. We haven't tried T-Mobile, but the general consensus is that their coverage isn't as good as the other two. I hear if you head East, VZ becomes more of the dominant coverage vendor.
pconroy328 01/12/21 08:57am Technology Corner
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