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Started 3/23/20 by Jenifer (Zarknorph); 211508 views.

So since my last update (Feb 23) we had our last resident who tested positive leave the covid unit a couple weeks ago. We have finished our vaccination clinics and had a very high vaccination rate with our residents and a little over 50% with the staff (got mine). We have gone back to monthly testing and as of last Friday we have allowed visitors back in our facility. Have a few reservations about this but we'll see how it goes. 

Yesterday at work someone said that we would be getting a positive covid patient from our sister facility (they're undergoing a major construction project so they had to close their covid unit), not sure if this is true will no more on Sat when I go back to work.

Stay safe, get vaccinated and wear your masks!!!


From: dajoseph


Please let me know how it turns out. 


From: dajoseph


Sorry to hear about your loss. 


From: dajoseph



Well, it looks like it was just that ---- a tragic coincidence - report from Medical Examiner said "systemic heart failure" and told her son there was NO possibility the vaccine could have played any part.


From: SharpEye1


I am so sorry for your loss but the ME results has to be a huge relief for you.


From: Energyworker


So sorry for your loss. tulip Losing long time friends / any friends is upsetting. I had 8 die in 6 months last yr, one, my best and long time friend from covid. Have sent you a healing. heartpulse

Eight?!? ---- that is terrible. So sorry to read that. You, too, must do a lot of healing. rainbow

TLB2 (nvrsdiwsgd)

From: TLB2 (nvrsdiwsgd)


I’m so sorry for your loss. Too many heartaches recently. 


From: kthreads


I was fast-tracked for the vaccine as soon as it became available to the public due to still being considered a cancer patient.
Brian and I are fully vaccinated, with the second shot being 5 weeks ago; only a week after my hip surgery.

We had the Pfizer vaccine. Both of us experienced some soreness at the injection site. I had joint pain for a couple days after the second injection. For me, it wasn't unexpected as I have a lot of chemo damage to my joints. It only lasted for a couple days so it wasn't bad at all.

I'm still recovering very slowly from surgery. It's been 6 1/2 weeks...seems like much longer. At my follow-up they did an ultrasound of the area and all seems to be healing well, if a bit slow. Our conversation went like this...

Surgeon: "Boy, when you do it, you really do it to the extreme. I've never seen this type of damage after a dislocation. Are you sure you didn't fall? We removed several bone fragments along with repairing muscle damage and the tendon. You're pushing PT. You need to back off a bit."

Me: "Nope, didn't fall. I was just getting dressed. And, yeah, that's me...I can't do anything half-way. If I'm gonna mess up, it's always going to be record-book worthy." joyjoyjoy

Surgeon: "You've got a good sense of humor about all this." Then after looking at her computer screen... "You were standing? I've been sitting down to put on my pants..." she frowned..."since my teens."

Me: "I can honestly say that I have always stood, and raised each leg to put my pants on...  Until now."

Surgeon: "Well, you've got a lot of flexibility. But sit down while getting dressed from now on."

Me: "Not so flexible anymore..and wink lesson learned.


PC: Janet/ Isadora

Android: jdmorgan / jd / Janni


  • Edited April 1, 2021 6:53 pm  by  kthreads