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  1. #121
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    Quote Originally Posted by david p View Post
    Karen, being a resident in a nursing home, they take all of the precautions to keep us safe, but it's BORING! There are no visitors and our temps are taken often. But then it's great considering the alternative!! Everyone at pettalk and the u s a PLEASE be safe!
    Great to hear from you, David! At least you have th computer and can communicate/visit with us!
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    Great to hear from you, David, and I'm glad you're keeping safe!

    Doing our best here..

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    Cheers!
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  3. #123
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    just got tested fur corona virus

    This morning they gave us the virus test. The test was easy, but I have to wait one or two for the results. I hope it"s n

  4. #124
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    We hope so, keep us posted, David!
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    Best wishes, David!

    I meant," said Ipslore bitterly, "what is there in this world that truly makes living worthwhile?"
    Death thought about it.
    CATS, he said eventually. CATS ARE NICE.

    -- Terry Pratchett (19482015), Sourcery

  6. #126
    We hope so, prayers for you

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    We took a step backward in some of the collar counties of Chicago the past couple of weeks. The case numbers are definitely going up, so restaurants are not allowed to offer indoor dining and bars are closing earlier. November in Chicago is definitely NOT the time to eat outdoors. Like everyone, I'm weary of masks, distancing and washing my hands a bazillion times a day - but it's necessary. I hope this trend reverses itself soon!
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    We're all hanging in!

    Karen, me and everyone here at Concordia and at my building, Oertel, are doing still doing well during this pandemic. However I get worried when I the see the death numbers go up every day.

  9. #129
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    Quote Originally Posted by Felicia's Mom View Post
    I live in a care center and all food and supplies are provided.

    Residents can't leave and visitors can't come in.
    That is my situation also. Everything is supplied to us and if if one of us have a doctor's appointment, that person is put in quarantine for two days. ( and wear a mask)

  10. #130
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    All the residents where I am living had a Covid-19 shot today.
    Nancy



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  11. #131
    Quote Originally Posted by Felicia's Mom View Post
    All the residents where I am living had a Covid-19 shot today.
    This is great news! Still, little by little, step by step, we are approaching victory over the virus. Of course, he will not completely disappear, but he will be under control and we can return to normal life. Until the next infection, of course.

  12. #132
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    I got my first shot on Jan. 18th . Feb. 8 for my second shot.

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    second shot

    Freckles, that's the same day I had my second shot. My left shoulder was sore and I was up all night shivering(I don't usually do that.) However, despite of that, I'm doing okay!

  14. #134
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    second shot

    Freckles, that's the same day I had my second shot. My left shoulder was sore and I was up all night shivering (I don't usually do that.) However, despite of that, I'm doing okay!

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    Store shelves here are looking much like they did in the very beginning with lots of empty fruits an veggie bins
    no toilet paper
    no rubbing alcohol or germ killing hand wipes etc
    tylenol an the likes are hard to find again
    dog food an treats are even more sparsely stocked then before. had to go to a different store to get my dogs kibble an even they had only 2bags of it so i bought both. they were both 14pound bags so theyll last quite a while an hopefully through this

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