Discussion in 'COVID-19' started by SkipJack, Oct 20, 2020.
"Fasten your seat belts, this is going to be a bumpy ride."
There may not be much of an improvement from implementing more restrictions.
If people followed the existing rules that might be enough. In the City people wear a mask and social distance. As soon as they are back in their barangay many just do their own thing.
I agree. I hope it is enough, but I doubt it. Because I do not hold much hope into a safe and effective vaccine arriving to Negros anytime soon, and if ever it does, that enough doses will be made available to vaccinate enough people on our island to create a herd immunity large enough to end the possibility of a new wave of the virus erupting again. IMHO our only true hope is for herd immunity to form here naturally. But unfortunately reaching herd immunity during an unnatural man-made lock down, will take years and years, due to the masses remain as SARS-CoV-2 virgins who hide behind locked doors (in their chastity belts) awaiting their dashing Prince Vaccine to come rescue them from the fire-breathing dragon virus outside their palace windows. Makes for a nice child's fairy tale, but should be dismissed by grown adults as malarkey mixed with a touch of balderdash.
I think by the end of 2021 NegOr will have had some type of vaccine available here, probably earlier. I'm still hoping the current spread can be stopped. But the spread in Siaton is dis heartening. We shall see.
BREAKING: After almost 11 months of being COVID-free, Valencia town has reported its first coronavirus case, provincial IATF ground commander Dr. Liland Estacion said in a press briefing this afternoon.
The new case is a 31-year resident from Barangay Bong-ao, Valencia, an APOR from Cebu.
According to Vice Mayor Romeo Alviola, the case has been quarantined at the town's government facility, while three of his contacts have been quarantined at the isolation facility in Barangay Bong-ao. #NewsBite | via Raffy Cabristante, 106.3 Yes The Best News Editor
The Daily News Journal
shared a post.
#NewsBite: Here's the latest breakdown of the new COVID-19 cases in Negros Oriental as of today, November 13, 2020.
The Provincial Health Office announced 55 new cases Friday, six less than the 61 new cases reported by DOH-7 last night.
Dr. Liland Estacion said that some of the new cases posted by DOH-7 include repeat swab tests and individuals who are natives of Negros Oriental but may be reported elsewhere.
Seventeen new recoveries were also reported today.
For those on free data, here's the complete breakdown of new infections:
1 - Amlan
1 - Ayungon
6 - Bacong
10 - Bayawan City
2 - Canlaon City
3 - Dumaguete City
16 - Guihulngan City
4 - La Libertad
2 - Mabinay
3 - Siaton
3 - Sibulan
3 - Santa Catalina
1 - Valencia
The print portion said there are 6 active cases in Dumaguete,
Yes The Best Dumaguete
BREAKING: Two new patients in Negros Oriental have died from COVID-19, provincial IATF ground commander Dr. Liland Estacion said in a press briefing this afternoon.
Patient 437, a 73-year-old female from Bayawan City, died on Sunday morning after battling COVID-19, Estacion said.
Another 71-year-old female patient from Barangay Santa Cruz Viejo, Tanjay City also died on November 10, but her positive result only came back a few days after her death.
There are now 14 COVID-19 deaths in the province. #NewsBite | via Raffy Cabristante, 106.3 Yes The Best News Editor
The title of this thread is
Consequences for APOR 191
nothing seems to have happened to him other than f feeling humbled before God.
Re-title the thread to
Conveniences OF APOR 191.
Surely he is at least sending thoughts and prayers.
Just come out and say the Fiesta and any Charter Day celebrations for the year are cancelled completely. What is so hard about doing that?