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Started 3/23/20 by Jenifer (Zarknorph); 431426 views.

Well it lasted less than a month.....

Have been off work for the last few days but I just went on our Facebook page and saw this....

 Effective today- 
??Unfortunately, due to the county positivity rate going up this week, we must again require masks to be worn in our building.??
Please remember to sanitize your hands frequently though out your visit! 
Visitors must wear their masks when going to/from destinations, if they would like to attend group activities, sit outside rooms to visit in Common areas or Dining rooms.
We will get through this. 
We will notify everyone if anything changes.
Thank you ???

May be a cartoon of one or more people and text that says 'Attention: STAFF & ALL are required VISITORS to wear masks until further notice'


From: LvlSlgr


Unfortunately, it appears this is never going to end.

My daughter-in-law's mother just had Covid for something like the 5th time now. (She just turned 65.) She and her siblings - 3 sisters and 3 brothers - all refuse to get the vaccine. She and her sisters just had a "sisters weekend" 2 weeks ago and by the middle of the following week every one of them was sick with Covid ... again and again and again. I'm not condemning the "sisters weekend", but you need expect there's a good chance of getting sick if you don't have the vaccine and most of the people around you don't either. I get together with my family - sister, children, grandchildren - but we've all had the vaccine and are up to date on the boosters.

Forgot to post that as of Monday, March 27 we are back to no longer having to wear masks in the facility. We'll see haw long this time lasts.


From: Honeyphan


Maybe they need to work on that vaccine. Maybe they were just so desperate to get it out there (or be the first to do so), that they didn't go through enough trials????

I know of 6 people who got the vaccine and the booster (including my sons) and all of them got Covid shortly after (like a month or so) ...

I know or have heard of others who got the vaccine early on (when it first came out) and have recently gotten Covid. It seems every week I hear of someone else who's gotten it - and usually when inquiring, I learn they've had the vaccine.

Of all of the above - some people had milder strains of the illness, some did not, even though they were all vaccinated.

I wonder if it has to do with each person's physical makeup, that there might be some gene or something to cause some to still be affected (and badly) while others appear to be immune?

Anyway, that's all from me on this subject. I don't like to concentrate on the negative - there is too much in my life right now that requires a happy escape. lol

(Calgon - take me awaaaaayyyyyy)  ;-)

Been off work for a couple of days. Got a text last night from a co-worker about our sister facility in a nearby town has a covid outbreak (5 staff, 11 residents). So, I just went on our Facebook page and found out we've had 1 resident test positive and we're back to wearing masks.


From: LvlSlgr


Seems like it will never end.


From: mdpetdoc


This article explains some of the historic problems with developing a coronavirus vaccine for a variety of animal coronaviruses as well as the 2 human coronaviruses responsible for ~30% of the common cold.

Frontiers | The Coronaviruses of Animals and Birds: Their Zoonosis, Vaccines, and Models for SARS-CoV and SARS-CoV2 (

As you can see, developing a vaccine that is truly effective at stopping transmission has not been very successful overall. Most coronavirus vaccines are more effective at reducing severity of disease, but the FIP vaccine (feline infectious peritonitis) vaccine is no longer made because there was an unacceptable level of triggering severe disease more frequently. IMO the earliest COVID strains were fairly similar to the severe FIP disease while the later strains are more similar to the milder feline coronavirus strains.