Old Sep 5, 20, 7:43 am
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quantumofforce
 
Join Date: May 2016
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We know ways it spreads more (singing and yelling being one of them - hence the karaoke bar situation). So perhaps we can open up in smart ways and help the economy recover while minimizing the damage virus does. Have I flown since the pandemic started? Yes. Did I take precautions? Yes. Mask on, sanitize like crazy, and avoid using the bathroom. I did my quarantine time when I returned to Canada. Let's look at a reasonable middle ground, as opposed to the two extremes. I would like to see Canada require a false COVID test before you are allowed to board (usually 5 days or 48 hours before departure). There are also 15 minute saliva tests now. If Canada required them before check-in from high risk passengers that would make sense as well.

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