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Re: Lock-down Thread [Re: Bill Addiss] #221187 02/15/21 06:15 PM
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In St. Louis construction is considered essential
all supply houses are open, permits are on line only & inspections are mostly as normal with a few municipalities offering video inspections. I personally don't think is adequid, maybe slightly above no inspection at all.

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Re: Lock-down Thread [Re: Trumpy] #221189 02/22/21 01:50 PM
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I was supposed to get first dose of Vaccine today, but Hospital didn't get their shipment. I'm told I'm still in line and don't have to apply again, so it's just a waiting game. dunno

Has anyone else had the Vaccine? Any issues with it?
Any opposed?


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Re: Lock-down Thread [Re: Trumpy] #221191 02/22/21 02:13 PM
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Bill:

This side of the river has the same situation with the vaccine (vax) for the last few days, no deliveries. FEDEX and UPS have issues with the recent weather situation delaying or canceling flights.

A few of the State sponsored 'MEGA sites' have been closed due to no vax, and scramble to re-schedule the people.

Personally, we (wife and I) registered at the State site, and are awaiting the email to schedule, but we are both having second thoughts, and are back on the fence.

My two PT inspectors got the shots. One had aches in the arm for a few days, but no other issues.

I'm not 100% opposed, but like I said, I'm on the fence again for a few reasons.

There is a MEGA Vax site here in town, I have not been there since I did the CO inspection before they opened. It's run by a major hospital, and was set up by the National Guard.

Stay safe.


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Re: Lock-down Thread [Re: Trumpy] #221192 02/22/21 02:27 PM
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As we are approaching the 1 year mark from the start of the shutdowns, I for one hope there is an end in site to return to some type of normal.

I feel for the food services, all types, with the restrictions, and the loss of the outdoor use due to the weather. Hopefully they survive. The PT Boro I work in has a typical "Main Street, USA" and it appears that ALL the stores
(Retail and Food) are sucking wind.

Yes, the governor increased indoor dining to 35% capacity recently, but that's still tough for most, and we still cannot 'sit' at a bar for drink or food.

Off the soap box....


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Re: Lock-down Thread [Re: Trumpy] #221194 02/22/21 05:51 PM
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Florida has been pretty much open since the summer and our numbers don't seem worse than the places locked down tight. They are still pushing masks, hand washing and distancing bit you can sit at the bar. They try to say you only sit with the party you came with but I am not sure how well that is working. I am not doing any of that stuff. I am taking care of 2 people who would die if they got it so I need to be careful. I am still a hermit.


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Re: Lock-down Thread [Re: Trumpy] #221195 02/24/21 04:25 PM
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I went thru the MEGA center today, and the parking lot was PACKED. A lot of traffic in and out and the lots were full.

This is an Expo Center, with huge lots, I would guess +/- 1000 spaces.

I did not venture to go inside, mainly because I was real tight for time.


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Re: Lock-down Thread [Re: Trumpy] #221196 02/24/21 05:40 PM
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Vaccine came in earlier this week and I had my rescheduled appointment today. I was in and out in 20 min.

Most of the time was spent filling out redundant forms on a Computer for the State even though I had also filled out Paper copies with the same info.


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Re: Lock-down Thread [Re: Trumpy] #221202 02/26/21 08:28 AM
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I received my 2nd dose of vaccine against Chairman's Xi Jingpeng's virus, 1st dose a slight bit of soreness that hardly noticed, 2nd dose the soreness was a little longer lasting but still not bad, but hear that the Moderna vaccine is worse then the Pfizer vaccine that I received, everybody is going to react differently, I took the opportunity because of a auto immune issue that has affected my lungs, hemmed & hawed for a while before going through with it.

Re: Lock-down Thread [Re: Trumpy] #221203 02/26/21 09:40 PM
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I had the Moderna 2 days ago now, some soreness in arm, but nothing extreme, and today some stomach pains when I stand up, but don't know if that's related.


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Re: Lock-down Thread [Re: Trumpy] #221204 02/27/21 02:16 PM
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Day 3 soreness gone & I think stomach issue is unrelated.

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