Discussion in 'COVID-19' started by SkipJack, Oct 20, 2020.
The name of the BPO has been released elsewhere online and the company has made a press release. Personally, I feel they could have done a better job with the press release. The workers they have coming into the office are primarily spanish speaking/voice operators, not the chat operators which have been working at home for months. (This was not mentioned in the press release where they asked for their employees to not be discriminated against. I feel this bit of information would have been beneficial since most of their operators are not Spanish speaking or even voice operators.)
Trying to work out what other forms of lockdown there are on a planet controlled by mankind - are we thinking 'Planet of the Apes'?
This would be fine if we did not care a jot about those who die and have in our minds classed them as 'expendable'. For everyone else, those at risk should exercise caution and those who think they are not at risk can do as they please - provided they do not kill another person by their actions.
You do seem to get more information. Pretty good. I'm happy that's only one. I see that as promising at this point.
My gf works at the BPO.
Note: she is not a Spanish speaker or voice operator. Hasn't walked into the office for any reason in 3-4 months.
JUST IN: Negros Oriental has 20 new COVID-19 infections, provincial IATF ground commander Dr. Liland Estacion said in a press briefing this afternoon (Nov. 22, 2020).
Most of the new cases are government employees from Bayawan and Guihulngan Cities, including a frontliner from Basay and a DILG contact tracer from Mabinay.
Other cases include five local transmissions from Dumaguete City, a call center agent from Tanjay City, two stranded locals from Sibulan, and one from La Libertad.
Estacion also reported 31 new recoveries: 12 from Bayawan City, nine from Santa Catalina, five from Sibulan, three from La Libertad, and two from Dumaguete City.
The total case count in Negros Oriental as of today is now at 545, with 145 active cases, 386 recoveries, and 14 deaths. #NewsBite | via Raffy Cabristante, 106.3 Yes The Best News Editor
Well. 5 local transmissions in Duma.
This doesn't mean much without knowing the circumstances surrounding the transmissions and their movement after infection.
Its enough to tell you to watch out.Why are you always so negative?