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Post by plumpprincessxxx » July 23rd, 2020, 9:53 am

My understanding was if you test positive you will develop antibodies which will act like vaccines and prevent you getting the disease. I must have been wrong.So you can get the coronavirus again?
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July 22nd, 2020, 2:42 pm
This guy lucky or unlucky, he has been positive for the Coronavirus a 3rd time. He's lucky for making it through 2 times already, unlucky for contracting the virus a 3rd time.

"The president of Brazil has once again tested positive for COVID-19.

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Wednesday told CNN that his latest COVID-19 test came back positive, with this coming roughly two weeks after he announced that he had contracted the coronavirus. This was Bolsonaro's third COVID-19 test since July 7, according to Reuters.

"The test carried out on the president yesterday, on the 21st, showed a positive result," a statement from the Communications Ministry said, per Reuters. "President Bolsonaro is still in good condition, accompanied by the presidency's medical team."

Last week, Bolsonaro announced his second COVID-19 positive result, saying at the time, "I hope that in the coming days I will do another test and, God willing, everything will be all right to return soon to activity."

Bolsonaro had downplayed the risks of COVID-19 repeatedly and dismissed it as just a "little cold." Earlier this month, he removed his mask while telling reporters he had tested positive for COVID-19, prompting the Brazilian Press Association to say it would file a lawsuit, blasting his "beyond irresponsible" behavior." ... 00440.html

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Post by born2bewild » July 25th, 2020, 5:30 am

A second shut down and safer at home is bound to come down, the virus is exploding across the country.

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Post by Garry2000 » July 26th, 2020, 8:26 am

over 1000 people are dying everyday for the past 4 days, a shutdown is the only option before this thing kills us all.

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Post by cimage » July 27th, 2020, 12:36 pm

Have you made a will, thinking of making a living trust this week. Calling around to find out what it will cost.

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Post by Terry » July 28th, 2020, 12:32 pm

The end is not in sight

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Post by webcamhostess » July 29th, 2020, 11:27 am

Face coverings unless N95's are not worth even wearing, this seems to be the general idea on many sites. What is your idea about home made masks?

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Post by nudelinks » July 30th, 2020, 11:02 am

I feel bad times a head for the rest of the year

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Post by cimage » August 1st, 2020, 11:29 am

How are these protests helping contain the coronavirus?
What the hell keep away from each other people.

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Post by bestfreeporn » August 2nd, 2020, 9:01 am

People just do not get how social distancing saves lives

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Post by GRXlinks » August 3rd, 2020, 11:30 am

I guess Jesus did not save this pastor from COVID-19


"A Catholic pastor who advised his congregation not to fear the coronavirus has tested positive for COVID-19.

Monsignor Charles Pope of the Holy Comforter Saint-Cyprian Roman Catholic Church in Washington, D.C., was admitted to hospital with a high fever on July 27, according to The Washington Post.

Health officials issued a notice saying that several people who went to the church's services between July 25 and 27 had been exposed to the virus and should also quarantine.

Pope has since returned home to recuperate and, along with church seminarians, will be self-isolating, the church wrote in an online update.

Pope has written several articles for the National Catholic Register which acknowledge the seriousness of the virus, but urged readers not to be afraid of the coronavirus.

In a July 27 edition of Morning Glory, a Catholic radio show, he said that those not coming to church in the pandemic are "lukewarm" Catholics.

"About a third of my people have come home, that's it," he said, referring to those who had come back to in-person service. He said that the elderly and others who are vulnerable should not attend.

"I think a good number, at least half of that number who haven't come, were the lukewarm," he continued. "We may have lost them forever. Because in effect we said: 'Look, your physical health is more important than your spiritual health.' ... I think we've made a lot of big mistakes."
Holy Comforter Saint-Cyprian Roman Catholic Church pictured in 2019.
Holy Comforter Saint-Cyprian Roman Catholic Church pictured in 2019.

In an article on July 18, he encouraged his readers to take precautions against the virus "for the time being," but also to ask "'When will this end, and who will get to decide that?'"

He wrote in conclusion: "My take is that fear is a far more serious ailment than COVID-19."

In another article in May, when cases in the US were in decline, he wrote an article titled: "Coronavirus, where is thy sting? Why this gripping fear is useless." In it, he called for a prudent, gradual reopening, and equivocated on the impact of the virus.

"The vast majority of people who get the coronavirus will survive," he wrote, an observation he said came from a spiritual rather than a scientific position.

"Some will be only mildly symptomatic, some will be severely ill, and yes, some will die. People will also keep dying every day of heart disease, cancer, from strokes, and in automobile accidents."

In its statement following his positive diagnosis, the church said it had been following guidelines during the pandemic, including encouraging social distancing and mask-wearing, as well as sanitizing pews after each Mass and using alcohol to clean clergy's hands when distributing the Eucharist — consecrated bread and wine.

The building is also being deep cleaned this week "as a precaution," the church statement said."

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