- Nov 11, 2019
Sadly, I agree, but if the conditions were made clear beforehand (e.g., masks would be worn by staff but not the campers) I don't think that lawsuit should have merit.Well.... wasn't that just a coviasco. I smell lawyers already lining up.
It seems COVID has evolved to be more contagious to a younger demographic, but also to be milder in general. The younger and healthy demographic always had a practically non existent risk and being healthier in general, they're more likely to develop mild symptoms - the same as influenza. COVID was never a grave threat to society - that much was evident from the beginning with the ages and pre-existing health conditions of the ones who did die with the virus and it kept continuous throughout. At best, it's got nothing to do with evolution of the virus and everything to do with us knowing who the most at risk groups are and getting them to take the necessary precautions the same as they would against any pathogen while the rest of us get on with our lives - or at least try to without the interference from the doomsday parade.I am personally more interested in eventual outcomes. It seems COVID has evolved to be more contagious to a younger demographic, but also to be milder in general. If all or most of the infected campers (and potential family/friends they infected) only suffer mild symptoms, then it's possible that COVID has devolved into a flu-like virus and is no longer the grave threat that it was originally.
if they had all worn masks would the results have been diffeernt?Measures taken by the camp were not enough to prevent an outbreak.
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If you look at the US Navy study in my earlier reply about mask wearers on the aircraft carrier USS Roosevelt - 50% of sailors who wore masks did not get covid-19 while 80% of those who did not ware masks caught covid-19.if they had all worn masks would the results have been diffeernt?